The gang returns to talk about any and everything that happen in the culture of hiphop.
They start of with an in depth review of the Quincy Jones interview from Vulture magazine, was it the truth or just the ramblings of a “senile old man”. Then Wade, Ari and G Li discuss Jermaine Dupri being inducted to the songwriters hall of fame, Migos and their billboard records, Tidal becoming the leader in streaming, and much much more.
Fab and ‘Kiss link up with Swizz Beatz to drop the visuals to arguably the strongest track off their joint project called “Theme Music”.
“Theme Music” is produced of course by Swizz Beatz and taken from Loso’s and Jada’s joint release called “Friday on Elm Street” which is available now.
Kendrick Lamar links up with SZA to drop off the visuals to his track “All The Stars”.
“All The Stars” is set to appear on the soundtrack to the next Marvel Blockbuster film “Black Panther” which will be in theaters February 16th.
The Gang returns to talk about the Grammys, Drake breaking Jay z’s billboard record, Rae Sremmurd’s upcoming triple album, the latest developments in Meek Mill’s court case and much much more.
Wade then takes time to delve into Ayanna Jackson’s recent Vlad TV interview and the internet reaction to it.
Eric Bellinger links up with Wale for the visuals to his track called “G.O.A.T. 2.0”.
“G.O.A.T. 2.0 ” is set to appear on Bellinger’s upcoming release called “Easy Call” which will be available later this year.
Rick Ross returns with a new track featuring T-Pain & Kodak Black called “Florida Boy”.
“Florida Boy” is set to appear on Rozay’s recently announced sequel to his debut album “Port of Miami 2” which is set to be available later this year.