Artists Arguing is a candid conversation between two creatives stripped of any traditional media filter. When you listen to superstar host Eden xo interview her guests, it’s a true “fly on the wall” experience. The industry insiders get into heated discussions about everything from pop culture to politics along with a bunch of weird stuff in between.
#209: Caught in a Bad Beau-mance
Beau Bokan (Bless The Fall) and street artist ThankYouX (Ryan Wilson) reminisce on the early days.
#208: “The American Dream” with Walid Azami
Walid Azami has quite the tale to tell on this week’s Artists Arguing.
#206: Growing Up In The Fast Lane ft.…
Vicky T grew up with a famous producer for a father, headlining actors for dinner guests, and grew up to be in Cobra Starship and work in the film industry.
#206: Cumplex News and Other Silly Tangs ft…
The creatives get silly and dive deeper into Cam Tang’s off beat ideas and how they’ve paid off for him.
#205: It’s All Love with Tony Rodini
Eden and Tony analyze what actually goes into being successful in Hollywood and how people afford their Instagram lives.
#204: In A World Star World With Nick…
Nick Nuken and Eden xo discuss G.O.A.T rappers and the effects of the internet on youth culture.
#203: Pizza Club Kid ft. Caroline D’Amore
Eden and Caroline D’Amore take a trip around the globe recalling some very surreal memories.
#202: And the Fake Grammy Goes to… ft.…
Eden catches up with prestigious author Sam Lansky about love, life, and music.
#201: A Sea Change ft Molly Mcaleer
Molly Mcaleer is a writer, podcaster, actress, and comedian, and she’s kicking off the new season of Artists Arguing with Eden XO.
#010: He’s An Eggo Waffle featuring Madmaven
The girls talk style, give critique on The Met Gala, and recap a little bit on their Coachella experiences.
#009: Platinum Baby featuring Bonnie McKee
Bonnie McKee is a hit songwriter who has co-written #1 records for artists like Katy Perry and Britney Spears, but before her star took off life wasn’t so glamorous.
#008: Snatched featuring Lola Blanc
Eden and Lola Blanc have a therapeutic conversation about what it feels like to be a woman in the music industry and why they both gravitated towards tinsel town as teenagers.