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Your Playlist Sucks

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Your Playlist Sucks

A music podcast from Natalie Lum-Tai and Thomas Francis

Everything you didn’t know you wanted to know, about music. Mark Horosko and Enbani Moore are two guys with different backgrounds but a shared love of music. Each week, our expert music listener hosts duel it out, putting each other’s Spotify playlists on blast while sharing stories of music history, race and obscure nonsense. You’ll learn music culture facts like which Supremes chart topper was beamed into space, how copyright law forever changed 90s Hip Hop, what Jean Claude Van Damme film inspired the dance from “Danza Kuduro,” and all that we ask is that you help us solve life’s greatest mysteries like “What ever happened to Nelly?” and “Was Rasputin by Boney M. playing when the Berlin Wall fell?” in return.

Hear the full playlists at and connect with us @playlistsucks on Instagram and Twitter. Email us your ideas for playlist themes, questions, comments and music musings at

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