On this episode: Wade Bloggs, Scan, and G Li give an in depth review of the DMX/Snoop verzuz match. They also discuss what’s next for the verzuz brand.
The gang then discusses Kanye’s recent “twitter rant” along with his “campaign rally” and who he wants as his running mate.
The conversation then turns to the latest developments in the shooting of Meg thee Stallion. The gang has a lot of unanswered questions like: Why has tory not been arrested? Who else was in the car? Was alcohol involved? Where are the witnesses? and much much more.
DaBaby drops off the visual to his track called “No Dribble”.
“No Dribble” features DaBaby’s artist Stunna 4 Vegas and may appear on the follow up to Dababy’s latest release “Blame It on Baby”.
The Weeknd releases the animated video for his track called “Snowchild”.
“Snowchild” is taken from Abel’s latest project called “After Hours” which is available now.
On this episode Wade Bloggs, Scan and G Li discuss the latest with the August Alsina vs The Smiths situation, and is Will gonna have to choke a bitch?
Then the gang reviews the upcoming versus battle between Snoop Dogg and DMX and they give their predictions on who they think the winner will be.
They then tackle Nick Cannon’s “controversial” comments and what attempts to offer some answers on how this can never happen again.
And finally the gang recaps the shooting of Meg thee Stallion, and everything we know. From the alleged shooter, what led up to the shooting, and more.
UK artist Headie One links up with Drake to drop the visuals to a new track called “Only You Freestyle”.
“Only You Freestyle” is produced by M1onthebeat, watch the full visual here
Future drops off the visuals to his single “Posted With Demons”.
“Posted With Demons” is taken from Future’s latest album High Off Life which is available now
Today we get the visuals to Pop Smoke’s single “The Woo”.
“The Woo” is taken from The deluxe edition of Pop Smoke’s posthumous album “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon” which is available today (July 20th) on would have been Pop’s 21st birthday.
By now youve heard the album from Freddie Gibbs and Alchemist called “Alfredo“. Well today Gibbs links up with Rick Ross and drops the visuals to one of the standout tracks on the album, “Scottie Beam”. No, Scottie doesnt appear in the visual herself but its still a good watch.