EP 073: New Eminem, Blue Ivy the Rap God + Album Reviews from Z-Ro, Vince Staples & 21 Savage (Podcast)

EP 073: New Eminem, Blue Ivy the Rap God + Album Reviews from Z-Ro, Vince Staples & 21 Savage (Podcast)

What it dew Trillions! Back again with episode 73 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 invited friend of the show Eric to talk about some of the topics and kick the episode off speaking on marijuana. We talk about the elephant in the room nobody in the marijuana community wants to talk about.

Eminem is releasing a new album soon and is working with Dr. Dre. We talked about what it means for Eminem in today’s rap game, Dr. Dre’s legacy and where the hell are all these songs. Rumor has it J. Cole is also working with Dr. Dre in the studio. We talk about this and the upcoming Kendrick Lamar/J. Cole collab album.

Recently, Prodigy of Mobb Deep had a mural put up in Queensbridge and it was defaced. It was fixed and then a day later, his mural was defaced again. Now, it’s being taken down permanently. Maybe someone can shine some light on this.

Blue Ivy Carter is the new messiah of Hip Hop after releasing a freestyle on JAY-Z’s 4:44 album, which is featuring 2 other bonus tracks on the physical release of the album. We talked about Blue stepping into the shadows of Hov and Beyonce, Jaden Smith and Rev Run’s kids when it comes to following their parent’s footsteps.

Z-Ro aka the Mo City Don has dropped what has been considered his last album, No Love Boulevard. We talked about Z-Ro of the past, depression in Hip Hop, and what we liked and wanted to hear more of from the album.

Vince Staples aka Hoes Need Abortions, the Long Beach California rapper released the album Big Fish recently. We talked about the sound of album, Vince pushing his own boundaries, having no genre and the reaction he’s been getting. What are your thoughts?

21 Savage is out with the new project Issa Album and Issa is coincidentally Riffa’s last name. Riffa has been known to be a hater of the new school, so his review and rating of the album might shock you. We talked the rawness, the production, the vibe and gangsta rap in 2017.

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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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