#BUFFACOLD: 3 REASONS TO WATCH THE R&P PODCAST

It was in the midst of quarantine and experiencing the pandemic that artist Plax and commentator Rick joined forces to create the R&P Podcast. Sharing their views on pop culture, video games, music, and everything in between, the interesting duo is creating a space for people to enjoy light-hearted conversations filled with strong perspectives and humor. As black digital creators, they’re providing enjoyable commentary on everything you could think of. Here are 3 reasons to watch the R&P Podcast right now.

  1. The Hilarity

Whether it’s TikToks, sketches or short clips on their Youtube, Rick and Plax always find a way to bring humor to situations. Some funny clips to watch are their most recent StockX sketch, the Jay Aquarious interview, and almost all of their reaction videos – they’re sure to make jokes ensue.

2. Creating moments with their guests

From talking about politics with local activists to digging into life’s philosophies with musical artists, both Rick and Plax create conversations that are entertaining and informative. Some of their featured guests have included Outwest Records, Busy B Love, Flxgdd among many others.

3. All of their reactions are genuine and thorough

The coolest thing about Rick and Plax is that they are consistently thorough when it comes to their reactions on new video games, movies, or any other thing they review. You don’t feel lost when it comes to characters or happenings. They share interesting info that is both exciting and interesting. Their knowledge is shared effortlessly and their chemistry is on point!

FOLLOW R&P PODCAST on their Socials!

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0bcFMJgE7zSLQx2OX2MQUA

Instagram: https://instagram.com/rnp_podcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

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