” On Thursday’s episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska,Wayno and DJ Akademiks are joined by none other than “2018’s Comeback King,” Soulja Boy. Young Drako and the trio open up the show discussing Soulja’s recent Breakfast Club interview and the reactions it sparked from other rappers online. Shortly after this, Big Soulja is asked by the EDS crew about his issues with Famous Dex. Young Soulja then breaks down on how he got put on to Famous Dex, and claims he’s the reason why Dex met Rich The Kid and eventually to the Rich Forever label. Halfway through the episode, Ak questions the Chicago-born rapper about the legitimacy of his SouljaBoy Console. Ak brings up the alleged Nintendo lawsuit, and asks Soulja to describe the console’s gaming details. Throughout the rest of the interview, Soulja brings up Tyga’s name, and discredits the West Coast artist for having the “comeback of 2018.” Soulja also name drops in the hilarious interview Future, Meek Mill, Tory Lanez and others, and goes back to taking shots at Drake and Kanye West. Towards the end of the interview, Young Drako gives the EDS crew an exclusive look at his upcoming movie and closes out the show on a FaceTime call with Bow Wow. “
Over thirty years into Ice Cube’s music career, the gangster rap pioneer is still releasing new material. In December 2018, the West Coast legend dropped his latest album, ‘Everythang’s Corrupt,’ a sociopolitical body of work which takes on President Trump, the prescription pill epidemic, and police corruption. On the latest episode of ‘For The Record,’ Ice Cube sat down with Genius’ Head of Artist Relations Rob Markman to discuss why he isn’t afraid to speak his mind, explain his rules for diss tracks, and share the real life inspiration for his 1995 classic film ‘Friday.’
On this episode of “Cannon’s Class”, Nick Cannon sits down with Dame Dash and discusses R. Kelly, his past & present relationship with Jay Z, how to be a boss, and much more!
Rapper Tray Ave has had his share of controversy in the last 2 years. With his public beef with former Tax Season Podcast host Taxstone spilling over from Twitter to the streets, Troy Ave found himself in a situation that left him with a murdered friend, gunshot wounds, and an open case in New York. After his release from jail in connection to those events, he has been relentless in releasing music and staying focused on his career. Troy has a message that he wants to bring to the forefront:
“THE STREETS IS A MYTH.”
Taking the time to sit down with DJ Envy and Angela Yee of The Breakfast Club ( Charlamange The God is notably missing from this interview. He has not taken part in any interviews the crew has had with Troy Ave following the shooting incident and the incarceration of Taxstone. Charlamange has ties to Taxstone and remains loyal to him.), Troy speaks on growth, why he says the streets are a myth, his music still doing well despite being banned from several media outlets and venues, and gives a great display of being a competent father by tending to his son during the interview. #PRESSPLAY
Top tier rapper J. Cole has hit the world with another critically acclaimed album in his latest release, “KOD”. On the release, he addresses new age rappers with his bars on the album’s closing track, “1985 (Intro To The Fall Off)“. Some notable lines from that track are:
The internet took immediate response on whom he was speaking to. The most noted response came from 17 year old “Gucci Gang” rapper, Lil Pump.
In the aftermath of the track and the nerves that it struck, J. Cole and Lil Pump were able to come to terms with meeting and discussing their point of views during a live video interview between the two.
This is big for the culture and shows an example of how we move forward and bridge the gap. It take conversation and open dialogue to build up a nation!