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The GwalaCost // Ep. 4: Happy GwalaDays!!! photo
December 25, 2015 | The GwalaCost

The GwalaCost // Ep. 4: Happy GwalaDays!!!

Jordan Castro

Jordan Castro writes about rapper Peewee Longway, memories of his dad and Run-D.M.C., his views on Christmas over the years, and some of his favorite Christmas rap lines.

The GwalaCost // Ep. 3: Sauce or No Sauce? photo
November 20, 2015 | The GwalaCost

The GwalaCost // Ep. 3: Sauce or No Sauce?

Jordan Castro

From Osama Bin Laden to the WNBA, Jordan Castro and friends explore who/what has sauce, and who/what doesn't.

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October 31, 2015 | The GwalaCost

The GwalaCost // Ep. 2

Jordan Castro

Jordan Castro reviews rapper Travis Scott's debut studio album Rodeo.

The GwalaCost // Ep. 1 photo
October 10, 2015 | The GwalaCost

The GwalaCost // Ep. 1

Jordan Castro

Jordan Castro's thoughts re: Young Thug's Slime Season and Drake/Future's What A Time To Be Alive in the first installment of his new column re: rap & rap-related things, "The GwalaCost."

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