The gang returns to talk about everything that happened in the culture of hiphop this week.
First they discuss #MarchForOurLives marches and the murder of #StephonClark . They also talk about the governor of Pennsylvania tweeting support for Meek Mill and that can mean for Meek’s case.
Then Wade, Ari and G Li talk about Amber Rose sticking up for her bestie, Jeezy announcing his last album, A Kendrick Lamar biopic, Black Panther being the top grossing superhero movie of all time and more.
They also discuss the lost version of Tory Lanez “Shooters” featuring Nicki Minaj, Remy Ma’s new freestyles, Young M.A. new track, the Roxanne Roxanne Netflix movie and much much more.
Fresh of her single “Melanin Magic” with Chris Brown, Remy Ma returns with two new freestyles.
First we have “Rem Trippin” over Casanova’s
“Set Trippin”. Then Rem takes over Kodak Black’s “Roll In Peace”. Take a listen to both.
During his appearance on The Breakfast Club, Tory Lanez reviled that his track “Shooters” that appeared on his sophomore release “Memories Dont Die” originally had a verse from Nicki Minaj, but due to a “misunderstanding” between the two she requested her verse to be removed.
Well due to the magic of the internet (hacker group Music Mafia) the original version has leaked.
Take a listen below.
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Jhené Aiko drops two visuals to her track called “Never Call Me”.
“Never Call Me” the Slauson Hills Edition features west coast OG Kurupt and a slew of other west coast all stars ranging from Nipsy Hustle to Dom Kennedy and more.
While the second video, the Asian Edition, give you a story drenched in Japanese culture.