As a native Clevelander, B.J. “Doc Zeus” Steiner believes in nothing beyond the icy embrace of Kierkegaardian nihilism. His formative childhood influences include Wu-Tang Clan, Sarah Michelle Gellar, nWo-era Hulk Hogan and game seven of the 1997 World Series. As a fully grown adult, he has learned to embrace the hate and become a semi-professional rap music critic specializing on calling you on your shit. He still watches professional wrestling and is definitely not married. Swipe right, ladies!

Currently Listening:

KR - I$0lyf3 3

Guardians Of The Galaxy: OST

Naughty By Nature - Naughty By Nature

RiFF RaFF - Neon Icon


Currently Watching:

WCW Monday Nitro Reruns On The WWE Network

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Guardians Of The Galaxy

Last Night With John Oliver


Currently Reading:

David Shoemaker - The Squared Circle: Life, Death & Professional Wrestling

Evan Wright - Generation Kill

Doc Zeus dives into Nas' first album in six years.
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Doc Zeus looks at extreme Capitalism in the age of Trump and Jay-Z's new record, '4:44.'
Doc Zeus sifts through the post-election haze, finding great power in El-P and Killer Mike's latest, Run the Jewels 3.
Doc Zeus attempts to give J. Cole's latest album a fair shake.
Doc Zeus examines Vince Staples' excellent new EP, Prima Donna.
YG delivered another blassic.
Doc Zeus tells you why we need more angry, funny rappers. Welcome back, J-Zone.
Doc Zeus explains his one-issue candidacy.
Doc Zeus explains how Kevin Gates' found mainstream success without pandering to mainstream crowds.
Mac Miller drops his first major label album, aided by Tyler the Creator, Thundercat, Lil B and Chief Keef,
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