THE MUSIC SNOBS is the podcast where Scoop Jackson, Isaac Perry, Jehan, and Arthur Turnbull discuss, debate, and deconstruct the music and musicians who both fascinate and frustrate them.
SCOOP JACKSON Award-winning journalist; music columnist; Former Editor-In-Chief of XXL Magazine, his writing has appeared in everything from WAXPOETICS Magazine to ESPN.COM. Scoop is also the host of the ESPN video podcast, “The Next Round.”
ISAAC PERRY Writer and Lead Creative at Paradox Media; Author of the novel ALL FALLS DOWN. Isaac has profiled music artists for magazines such as XXL, VIBE, DIME, AND THE MUSIC EXPERIENCE MAGAZINE.
JEHAN B London-based attorney and musician. Jehan also engineers TMS with Arthur.
ARTHUR TURNBULL The moderator and lead voice of THE MUSIC SNOBS; web worker and music critic. Arthur also engineers TMS with Jehan.
This is episode 32 where The Music Snobs get to the bottom of what may be America’s greatest loss: the possibility that black American music is no longer a black American art form and is loved (and supported) more passionately by our UK cousins than ourselves. Also, the crew keeps hope alive by asking each other to name the one artist they believe will one day achieve greatness, despite the odds—and the Snobs—stacked against them.