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Listen Your Heart Out: Tiny Meat Gang

by Sadie Presto

Cody Ko and Noel Miller, short kings in both height and length, make up the Tiny Meat Gang. The former software engineers left their safe six-figure careers to follow their real passion and became, in their words, “pretty decent comedians with no health insurance.”

They’re most recognized for their presence on Vine and YouTube with their video series “That’s Cringe,” “Steamy Tweets,” and “Let’s Play Love Island.”

They formed the Tiny Meat Gang podcast in Oct. 2017, dropped their first comedy rap album, “Bangers and Ass,” in Dec. 2017, and started touring in March 2018.

Today, they have over 100 podcasts episodes, two comedy rap albums, a record deal with Arista Records, and have been on four tours all over the U.S. and Canada.

Last month, I got to see Cody and Noel perform in Morgantown, West Virginia for their last show on the “Going East, West, and East Again Tour” and got to meet them before the show.

Aside from being absolutely hilarious, Cody and Noel were both so down to earth, kind, and sincere, aside from lightly roasting me during the “That’s Cringe” segment of their show.

I’ve been following Cody and Noel since the days of Vine and have been listening to the podcast since its premier.

The best way to describe the podcast is that it’s like sitting down with your two best friends and laughing your ass off.

Some of my personal favorite moments of the podcast have been them describing rager DJ’s as flight attendants, roasting “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” to a crisp, and getting blown to Evanescence.

Cody and Noel are undoubtedly two of the funniest comedians right now and deserve more recognition for their original content and constant fight to empower short kings with tiny meat.

If you want to laugh until you cry, check out their YouTubes at Cody Ko, Noel Miller, or Noel Miller Live and songs and podcast at Tiny Meat Gang on Spotify, Apple Music, or Patreon.

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