Super Duty Tough Work Podcast

Created by underground hip-hop artist Blueprint, Super Duty Tough Work is the most infamous podcast on planet earth, focusing on hip-hop culture, personal-development, and humor. The results are comical, educational, and inspiring. No shuckin', no jivin', and no bulls#@t. For advertising opportunities please email

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 57m. Bisher sind 234 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 9 days 14 hours 18 minutes


episode 225: 225: Album Reviews Three

It's been a while since we've done album reviews, so we figured it was time to bring them back. In this episode we get back to it and talk about the new albums from Oddissee, Elzhi, Buckwild, and Conway the Machine. Let's go!!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


 2020-10-05  45m

episode 224: 224: How Much Does it Cost To Release An Album?

As two independent hip-hop artists, the topic of investing in yourself frequently comes up on this podcast. And while we have spoken about how important it is, we have never gotten into the specific numbers. In this week's episode, we dive deep into the actual costs associated with producing and releasing an album independently, using Illogic's upcoming album Auto-Pilot as a case-study. If you've ever wondered what was behind the curtain, then this episode's for you...


 2020-09-28  45m

episode 223: 223: Fame Versus Ownership and Kanye Versus Nipsey

Because we do speak about ownership quite often on this podcast, it is always refreshing to see the conversation happen on bigger platforms. This week that happened courtesy of some viral tweets by Kanye West, who took to twitter to voice his dissatisfaction with his recording contract. He posted his contract for all to see, pointing out that even though he is now a billionaire, there is no way for him to ever get ownership of his music due to the nature of his contract...


 2020-09-21  57m

episode 222: 222: Did Nas Finally Get It Right?

While we've done our fair share of criticizing Nas for his hit-or-miss albums, it always comes from a place of love because we know what he's capable of making some great music. With the release of his latest album King's Disease, Nas has once again got our attention, but this time for the right reasons. In one album, it appears that Nas has addressed all of our past criticisms and finally gotten it right. In this episode, we talk about the album and whether Nas finally got it right...


 2020-09-14  43m

episode 221: 221: Pharoahe Monch Versus O.C. Catalog Battle

While it's very common for hip-hop fans to debate about who the best rapper or producer are, it's very rare for them to restrict those debates to only the artists catalogs. In this episode, we decided to debate which artist has the better catalog--Pharaohe Monch or O.C.? But instead of making it a barbershop debate where there is no score and no winner, we break down the competition into four categories, assign points to each, and determine a winner at the end...


 2020-09-07  37m

episode 220: 200: The Book Announcement Episode

If you've been listening to this podcast for the past year or so, then you know Blueprint has been finishing up his next book. Well, the new book is finally done and preordering on In this episode, Illogic interviews Blueprint about the book and gives our listeners a sneak peak into what to expect from Blueprint's latest offering.


 2020-08-31  53m

219: The Traps of Young Adulthood

Although we are both grown men who seem to have our stuff together, it wasn't always that way. We had a lot of rough patches along the way, most of which occurred during young adulthood, due to some unsound decisions we made. Looking back now, we have realized that there are tons of traps for young adults that are disguised as rewards. In this episode, we break down seven traps that young adults face that have the power of setting their lives and art back if they aren't navigated properly...


 2020-08-17  48m

episode 218: 218: How To Make Friends

While last week's episode about friendship killers got a great response from our listeners, it also made us realize that we may have overlooked a very important topic, which is how to make friends. It may seem simple to those who have always had plenty of friends, but one of the consequences of living in this new social media age is that it has made making friends difficult for many...


 2020-08-10  48m

episode 217: Friendship Killers

In this episode, we break down the biggest things that kill friendships so you can know where you're going wrong and protect yourself from so-called friends who don't have your best interest in mind.


 2020-08-03  56m

216: How to Fix Artistic Anxiety

Whether it's starting a new project or releasing …


 2020-07-27  37m