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..
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