Guest episode: CenTuryP on Kendrick Lamar, the impact of WW2 and Ecsternal Complex

Sep 12, 2018, 05:00 AM

In episode 17, we talk to Teddy Parkin, also known as CenTuryP, about hip-hop, family history and creativity as well as his journey in creating his group Ecsternal Complex.

Teddy is a 19-year-old rapper and producer from London. We are incredibly grateful to him for all his help setting up the podcast, teaching us to edit and creating the theme tune. We loved having him on this side of the microphone.

Our three figures are Kendrick Lamar, that the USSR suffered 25 million casualties during World War II and the Ecsternal Complex logo.

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The Children Act (2017)

Figure 1: Kendrick Lamar

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To Pimp a Butterfly, Kendrick Lamar, 2015

good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar, 2013

Mac Miller: The 2016 Rolling Stone Interview, Brian Hiatt

Figure 2: The USSR suffered 25 million casualties during World War II

The Astounding Devastation of World War II, Jeremy Bender

Ross: The Story of a Shared Life, Norris McWhirter (1977)

The McWhirter Foundation

Figure 3: The Ecsternal Complex logo

Ecsternal Complex

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