Skulls N Bones: Jamey Jasta Launches New Podcast

Jamey Jasta promised a big announcement today, and he has delivered! The Hatebreed front man has revealed that he’s teamed up with “Paragon Collective” for “The Jasta Show” podcast! This unique podcast will feature the living legend discussing everything in metal, as well as having guests from the metal world every week! From his days hosting Headbangers Ball, we all know he is a damn good interviewer, and from his years on the stage, we know he has the passion of our music running through his veins, so this is a win win! Plus, he’s uploaded the first three episodes for our listening pleasure! Check out his chats with Eddie Hermida (Suicide Silence), Scott Ian(Anthrax) and Tino Arteaga (Of Mice & Men) now, and subscribe on iTunes for future podcasts!

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Huffington Post: Kingsley and The New Trend of YouTube Stars Launching Podcasts

Kingsley Exposes His Podcast and Future on YouTube | What's Trending Live

Kingsley stopped by our studio at YouTube Space LA to give his opinion on the trends and talk about his podcast, his YouTube channel, and more.

He also hinted at a retirement from vlogging in December and what the future holds for his empire, including his podcast and his writing.

Kingsley has jumped into the podcast space alongside a few other YouTube stars (Shane Dawson, Rhett and Link, Toby Turner) who are finding success in bringing their fans off the platform to find new forms of monetization. In terms of his podcast vs. vlogging he says, "There's only so much you can say when it's just you," and his show 'Overexposed' allows him to connect in a longer form arena and even become a host/interviewer himself bringing his own friends and stars- including Tyler Oakley- on the show.

He's also obsessed with ratchet stories. "People are so stupid and they deserve to be discussed," he laughs.

While fans continue to love his vlogging format that made him popular, he says he will be done making videos eventually, which was never his goal. He went to school for journalism but now feels he'd want to write comedy. He doesn't want to "vlog" in the traditional sense anymore.

"At the end of December, I will no longer be sitting there talking," he says. He does, however, want to use his platform for more comedy writing and to possibly launch a scripted series on his channel.

Under The Gun: Body Count Releases Updated Version of Ice-T's 99 Problems


Many people seem to forget (or simply never knew) the chorus of Jay-Z’s massive 2003 hit “99 Problems” was actually lifted from an Ice-T song of the same name that originally appeared on his 1993 solo record Home Invasion.

Now, with Ice-T’s metal band Body Countpreparing to release their new albumManslaughter through Sumerian Records on June 10, the band has leaked an updated version of the track. Dubbed “99 Problems BC,” Ice-T begins the song with an a cappella first verse before the band bursts into their take on the heavy rock riff from Jay-Z’s song.

Body Count also unveiled Manslaughter‘s track listing, which reveals an additional “rock mix” of “99 Problems,” as well as an appearance from Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta on a track called “Pop Bubble.” The album also features a cover of the Suicidal Tendencies classic “Institutionalized,” which Body Count has been performing live in recent years. Click through for the stream (skip ahead to the 30 minute mark for the song) and full Manslaughter track listing.

01 – “Talk Shit, Get Shot“
02 – “Pray For Death“
03 – “99 Problems BC“
04 – “Back To Rehab“
05 – “Manslaughter“
06 – “Get A Job“
07 – “Institutionalized 2014“
08 – “Pop Bubble” (feat. Jamey Jasta)
09 – “Enter The Dark Side“
10 – “Bitch In The Pit“
11 – “Black Voodoo Sex“
12 – “Wanna Be A Gangsta“
13 – “I Will Always Love You“
14 – “99 Problems BC” (Rock Mix)

Spin: Hear Body Count's Bombastic Comeback 'Talk Shit, Get Shot'


Colin Joyce

May 13 2014, 1:31 PM ET

Ice-T has taken a lengthy hiatus from any intensive music projects in the name of his acting career, but he's been hinting since last year's Fun Fun Fun Fest that Body Count would return in 2014. Now, with the notorious thrash-metal band returns with "Talk Shit, Get Shot," the first taste from a brand new album, which will, of course, be called Manslaughter

It's another one in Body Count's long tradition of provocative and vaguely threatening singles, and the first since the band was commissioned to write an exclusive song forGears of War 3, which they decided to call "Gears of War." The equally unsubtly titled "Talk Shit, Get Shot" premiered last night on Ice-T's podcast Final Level. ComedianJim Norton also guests on the episode and talks about his sexual proclivities, so if you're looking strictly for more Count and less body, you'll want to skip to the 34-minute mark of podcast below. 

Ice T said in a recent interview that Manslaughter will be out June 10, but we have to assume that's provided he isn't too busy busting baddies, snapping shots of Questlove's corpse, or mean-mugging Lieutenant Declan Murphy on Law and Order: SVU. Body Count on Facebook recently shared the pleasantly menacing cover art for their fifth album (below), and first since 2006's Murder 4 Hire. The current lineup includes original members Ice T and Ernie C (guitar), bassist Vincent Price, drummer Ill Will, and rhythm guitarist Juan of the Dead.