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EPISODE29: Indoctrination and Myth

In this episode our guest, TheVillain, quotes Spinoza’s “Treatise on the Emendation of the Intellect” and applies them to the idea that modern society has become indoctrinated into false beliefs.

 

Special Guests: TheVillain, Fu

Closing Track by: 6ixlayne, Collins ft. Reem Skully

EPISODE 28: Should We Care About How White People View Us?

Fu returns for a discussion that comes fresh off of a passionate conversation that took place right before we started recording. Sheens provides some background on how the subject came up and proceeds to challenge Gee’s perspective on the question, should we care about what white people think of us? The topic begins after our Real or Fake surrounding Fabolous and Emily B.

Special Guest: The Villain

Closing Track by: Boogie Da God,Venom Pt. 2 (Prod. By Skratch Zilla)

EPISODE 27: Sexual Intimidators

The Research Team from Episode 2 is back with us to help breakdown the term Sexual Intimidation. We start it off with a Real Or Fake surrounding the relationship of Blac Chyna & YBN Almighty Jay.

Closing Track by: Ashante’ Nicole, Want You prod. by Flexxington Don & Kae Tea

Cover Art by Kala Johnson

EPISODE 26: Prison Culture

Today we speak with an inmate of a Georgia state prison. We phoned him in and had a great conversation about what the culture in prison truly is.

Closing Track by: P Goods, What If

 

EPISODE 25: Discrimination in Hip-hop Nightlife

We kick it off with a Real or Fake saying “rap music brings out violent crowds” to break the ice with our guests, Sir Locksley and DJ Nexus. With both their perspectives we then begin to dissect the politics behind rap music’s treatment in the nightlife scene.

Oh yeah, and look out for Gee’s apology to Sheens for his Mo’Nique comments in the beginning of the episode..

Closing Track by: Vintage Lee, Bless You (prod. Jew Paidro)

EPISODE 24: The Battle Rap Scene

One of the artists we often use at the end of our episodes, Sir Locksley, has sat down with us to discuss the Battle Rap scene. We start off with a quick tangent on the recent Deontay Wilder vs Luis “King Kong” Ortiz boxing match up, and close out speaking on the show Everyday Struggle beginning to fall short. Between it all we discuss the scope of present day Battle Rap.

Exclusive Closing Track by: Sir Locksley, Space Base (Click Here for More Music from Sir Locksley)

EPISODE 23: Black Panther Analysis Part 2, Wakanda and the African Diaspora

We continue our discussion on Black Panther and dive a little deeper into the under lying narratives that surround Wakanda and the African Diaspora.

Closing Track by: Swift, Black America

EPISODE 22: Black Panther Analysis

Marvel’s Black Panther has made a huge impact on Black culture since hitting theaters, so it’s only right we break down the nuances and critiques of Marvel’s most successful film of it’s franchise. We kick the episode off with a Real or Fake stating “Black people who are concerned about the ‘hidden messages’ in Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther Movie are Overreacting”.

Closing Track by: Jerome Clayton, “Juice” Produced by “MacBassick”

EPISODE 21: Political Correctness (Part 2)

Here we go further into discussing Political Correctness by moving away from the comedians, and more into the role it plays in our society. We start off with a few definitions (including the definition of a social justice warrior), dissect some issues, and end with an explosive back and fourth on “Safe Spaces” in colleges and universities.

Closing Track by: Boogie Da God, I’m Hungry

EPISODE 20: Political Correctness (Part 1)

In his latest 2018 Netflix Special Titled “Equanimity” Dave Chappelle says he stopped doing comedy once he realized Americas ears were “too brittle”. On Episode 20, we dive into Political Correctness with our guest Dre, from Episodes 2 & 11, and discuss if Dave has a point with his statement. Has Political Correctness  gone too far?

 

Closing Track by: Locksley, INCREDIBLE (Prod by. Flexxington Don)

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