Cassius is joined in studio by Jesse Yon Fong. Jesse is a photographer born & raised in California, and a videographer/collaborator with The Cassius Morris Show. Jesse shares stories about street food, culture shock, fake goods & more from his recent travels through Asia, taking him through Bangkok, Phuket, Tokyo, Bali, Siem Reap, etc. Other topics include the death of CD’s, current politics, mental slavery, violence in hip-hop & much more.
This week on The Cassius Morris Show; an in depth review of Drake’s latest album, “Scorpion”. Drizzy hits us ‘back to back’ with a double album; Hip Hop on Side-A, and R&B on Side-B. This album features guest appearances from Jay-Z and Ty Dolla Sign as well as a posthumous appearance from Michael Jackson.
Today, Cassius Morris gives an in-depth review of Ghost’s fourth studio album, “Prequelle”. “Prequelle” is an album of arena-ready anthems, progressive rock, black metal and pop-rock, featuring shimmering, polished production over 80s influenced music and vocals.
This week on The Cassius Morris Show; an in depth review of The Weeknd’s latest EP, “My Dear Melancholy,”. The Weeknd toys with experimental vocal effects and foreign producers to create a melting pot of brooding sounds, mainly focused on his recent relationship struggles with celebrity women.
Cassius gives a full recap of his first time in the USA and weekend at Rolling Loud music festival in Miami, FL. Rolling Loud is the world’s largest Hip-Hop music festival, featuring nearly 150 artists over three days. The event was held at Hard Rock Stadium, May 11-13, 2018.
This week on The Cassius Morris Show; an in depth review of Post Malone’s second studio album, ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’.
Cassius opens the show with an update on his media trip to Rolling Loud, Miami, where Post will be performing.
Cassius gives a full, in depth review of J. Cole’s new studio album, “KOD”. Next, an interview with Jennifer Michelle Garcia, discussing her work as a model, as well as her efforts with autism charities and awareness groups.
Big John Harte, protector of Rock Gods: KISS, Iron Maiden, Billy Idol, Prince and more! The now-classic images of this hulking wrestler-like mustachioed man with his giant hands shielding an unmasked Kiss member are indelibly etched into your brain. It’s symbolic of the important role Big John played throughout the years — from the heady, narcissistic 70s til’ today — creating a human barrier between the public and some of our favourite stars. It would be hard to think of the glory days of Rock and Heavy Metal without him.