Ashley aka "Monamink" and her homegirl, "Turquoise"....real name no gimmick, joins Droematic to talk about what hair means to the culture and women in general. Turquoise and Ashley drop a bunch of tips for the ladies, to improve the quality and maintain the health of their hair. Droematic continues to plot throughout the show to recruit Ashley as a co-host.
The season 4 premiere episode starts off with the Kanye West and Drake beef. Battle rapper Truce joins the show to give his opinion on the subject. The trio also discuss the rise and fall of Sha'Carri Richardson, and what it means to be independent in life.
Former NBA dance choreographer, Ana Ohboyzee & owner/chief operating officer, Kellye Hall from the NC Dance District, co-hosts with Droematic to talk about how important dance is, and will always be to Hip Hop.
The topic also comes up about the lack of funding for HBCU's, and how important it is for women to become entrepreneurs.
Listen and find out why their dance studio is one of the hottest studios in the country.
Charlotte NC Council Woman Renee Perkins Johnson joins Droematic to talk about the current issues facing Charlotte NC and the country as a whole, such as human trafficking, brain damage advocacy, and homelessness.
The two also talk about the discrepancy of minorities joining the city's police force, in order to help bridge the relationship with police department and the communities of Charlotte.
Droematic finds out he had caught Covid a 2nd time in 11 months. He makes a phone call to "Danielle The Engineer", a super-hot Philadelphia recording and audio engineer, who talks about her recent struggles in 2020 with Covid, and how she was still able to press on to make great music with some of Philadelphia's top up and coming independent music artists.
"Danielle The Engineer" also gives advice to any recording/audio engineer students and non-students out there that are currently taking classes and may be having difficulties first starting out.
The We're All Adults Here Podcast invaded the show to talk about the Verzuz battle between Jeezy & Gucci Mane.
Lee and Ebby don't hold back when discussing their personal lives, and their taste in music.