EP 064: Wale’s struggle, Obama the Rapper & Internet Opinions (Podcast)

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What it dew Trillions! Back again with episode 64 of the Truth Be Told Podcast from Trillmatic.com hosted by Riffa & Bigg UU. Thanks for supporting the podcast! Be sure to leave a 5 star review! 

In this episode, we explain why we didn’t give you an episode last week and that we’re not “podfading.” And we’ll be sure to give you an episode every week from here on out. 

Barack Obama and Chance The Rapper are giving back to Chicago by building a recording studio for the up and coming Hip Hop artists looking for a shot. In Barry’s words, the next J.cole, Kendrick Lamar, and Chance The Rapper’s of the world. He’s also donated $2 million to the Chicago community. We talk about the future of the city of Chicago and who’s really the one working in the trenches. 

Funkmaster Flex has a lot to say about Tupac Shakur. Flex blamed the death of Biggie on Pac and things got crazy. We discuss where Biggie and Pac would be now and we trace the roots of the new rappers of today. Sharif also makes up a new word for the masses: legendry.

We also talk about Wale appearing on Everyday Struggle with DJ Akademiks and Joe Budden, after they called his new album “Shine” a flop. We also talk about Wale not being seen as top 5 as well as Big Sean and what Wale needs to do to get back to the top. Stop following the fickle mainstream fandom! While we were here, we talked about Joe Budden destroying Lil Yachty’s pursuit of happyness. 

The internets are a grand place. A place of hundreds and thousands of opinions. YouTubers, Podcasters, Radio shows, etc. It can be tough for an artist who is passionate about their art. We discuss what it means to be judged on the internet, what would happen if Facebook had a dislike button and the like button ruining the world.

Lil Uzi Vert was out the Rolling Loud Festival and took the stage dive of all stage dives from 20 feet in the air. We talk about dangerous stunts at concerts and why Lil Uzi is a rock star. We also talk about Mannie Fresh who recently stated that Cash Money played a part into the rap styles of today but we would rather see more Kendrick Lamars and J. Coles. 

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About Bigg UU

Washed rapper turned music critic who will love the Hip Hop culture forever, Podcaster, couch coach of the Dallas Cowboys and avid Twitter user.

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