The gang returns to cover everything that happened in HipHop this past week.
Of course you know Wade had to address lil xan and his recent comments about Tupac and his music. The trio then talks about Juelz Santana and his recent situation at the airport. They also debate who had the better freestyle between Royce Da 5’9 or Black Thought. They speculate on Drake’s new album, Carter 5, did Rick Ross almost die from a threesome and much much more.
Wade Bloggs, Ari, and G Li return to discuss Rick Ross being admitted to the hospital, and social media’s (50 cent) reaction. Then the trio talks about Jay z finally surpassing Diddy on the Forbes “Cash King” list. They also discuss DJ Khaled’s new track featuring Hov, Future and Beyonce, and some things they noticed. They also discuss Birdman’s recent claim that Nicki Minaj is the greatest female rapper ever, and if not her, who? And finally they Chris Bown and Joyner Lucas’s joint project, Big Sean’s canceled tour, “Genetic Memories”, Captain Marvel, new instagram features and much, much more.
Wade, Ari and G Li return to talk about what happened in the culture that is hiphop.
If your along time fan of this show you know how Wade feels about Blac Chyna. Well, this week he had to address her sextape leak and what that means for “them”. The trio also ask “what celeb has had the best sextape?” The gang then reviews Mo’Nique’s Breakfast Club interview and after hearing her side of the story does it change anything for them. They finally talk about Drake’s “God’s Plan” video, Birdman and Toni Braxton, more Black Panther reaction, and much much more.
Its finally here, after months of speculation and anticipation Marvel’s “Black Panther” is finally in theaters. Join Wade Bloggs, Ari, and G Li attempt to give a spoiler free review.
The gang also talks about Bet’s Social Media Awards, Lebron James remaking the movie “House Party”, Ne-yo’s new album, the latest developments in the Meek Mill case, an app where you can get married on and much, much more.
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.
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.
Wade, Ari, and G Li return to discuss this week in the culture.
They start off with the announcement that radio veteran Star will be taking Joe Budden’s place on Everyday Struggle, and how that can impact that show. The trio then goes into Monique’s recent issue with Netflix, Drake’s new EP “Scary Hours”, TDE’s “The Championship Tour”, Amara La Negra’s Breakfast Club interview and much much more.
With G Li in “the upsidedown” Wade and Ari are joined by Ju from PRDX Photography to talk about everything that went on this week in HipHop. They start off discussing jermaine Dupri’s claim that he has done more for Atlanta hiphop than Outkast. The trio then talk about Gucci Mane’s upcoming autobiography, Future remaking Superfly, Nas performing at Illmatic at the Kennedy Center, and much much more.