In the penultimate episode of our first season, we have a very special interview and live performance courtesy of Ohio soul legend Norman Whiteside. While serving a highly contentious prison sentence, music from Norman's 1977 masterpiece You Can Fly On My Aeroplane (recorded under the moniker of Wee) began to be sampled by the likes of Kanye West, Frank Ocean, Jay Electronica, Madlib, and Freddie Gibbs. Now a free man, Norman tells us how hip hop sampling changed his life, helping him to fall in love with music again, while he also plays some of his best songs live on our show. We also discuss our favourite rap conspiracy theories + review Rico Nasty's Nightmare Vacation. This episode's beautiful beat is by Andemoii Sama.