When he wasn't complaining throughout the entire show about Coachella, music festivals and the phony, attitudinal people who attend them, Howard took a call from a (black?) listener who asked him to name his "favorite rapper, like, right now." Without missing a beat, Howard listed four -- and they're not Flavor Flav, Flo Rida, Eminem and recent guest Ice Cube, as you'd expect. Howard: "Well, I'm not gonna say I have a favorite, but some of the great guys out there are Bankroll Fresh. You know him? He's from Atlanta." Caller Chris: "Yeah, that's my shit." (Note: Bankroll Fresh was shot to death last month. Neither Howard nor the caller mentioned this.) Howard: "Yeah. He's a trap rapper. ... Trap rapper means he raps about selling drugs. So he's pretty good. Then you got the Migos, which is three guys. It's a trio." Howard: "You got um ... Who fuck hell else am I up on? ... Bankroll Fresh. He's pretty gritty, he's got a good sound." Caller Chris: "Word." Howard: "Right? Am I right? Kodak Black, you know him?' (Note: Kodak Black is 18, and has only released mix tapes at this point.) Caller Chris: "Kodak Black, that's my shit, man." Robin becomes suspicious about this call. "This is on your iTunes?" Howard: "Kodak Black? I got on- -- no, Kodak Black isn't in my iTunes. But Joey Purp from Chicago I listen to." "He's got like a raspy -- I'm not gonna say like a DMX kinda voice, but it's raspy. It's hard core. You know, he raps about a lot of shit. Like, Kodak Black's hard core, too, because he raps about like gangs shit, like uh, if, he says -- you would probably know this, Chris, 'I ain't in no gang, but if you run up I'm gonna bang.' Which means, you know, the shit's gonna go down. ... All right, Chris, that's it on hip hop." Caller Chris: "Word, thank you, my man." --- When Howard first discovered iTunes in September 2013, the only rap song he purchased during his first buying sprees was "Insane in the Membrane" by Cypress Hill. At the time, he didn't even know how to make the music pause on his iPhone. It's shocking how far he's come.