On this episode, we are back with our much needed ill-advised commentary on several topics that we feel people should be discussing within the Hip-Hop culture:
Episode Topics Include:
- Jack Harlow drops his debut album called ‘Thats What They All Say’ so naturally we discuss his artistry and how far his career can go (3:21).
- The importance of identity in music and the dilemma that most music listeners are faced with that seem to prevent them from accepting music from someone who doesn’t look like them (24:30).
- Kid Cudi releases his threequel installment of the Man On The Moon series called ‘Man On The Moon 3’ and we get into a conversation about his legacy and the influence that he’s had in Hip-Hop over the last decade (40:52).
- 2020 has been filled with unfortunate situations for notable rappers, but should we feel sorry for them? (64:12).
- An honest assessment of the platforms that VladTV and Akademis have created and the residual impact that they have caused to the Hip-Hop community (69:20).
- Playboi Carti has teased the release of his ‘Whole Lotta Red’ album for over a year now, but is the delay just another tactic that he and other artists are using these days to build anticipation for new music? (78:58).
- Despite the success of some LBGTQ artists, why is the public so reluctant to embrace communities of artists where the only thing that separates us all is who we choose our partner to be? (98:29).
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