Ms. Puerto Rico joins the show and discuss if love an imaginary emotion.
She also tells Droematic how she start listening to reggaeton in mid 90s, from artists such as Daddy Yankee, and how she use to chill with the Terror Squad in the early days.
Droematic also asks her what does Jennifer Lopez mean to the Puerto Rican and Hispanic communities
Droematic travels down to Atlanta for another episode with Team ATL member, K-Squared to talk about the Dave Chappelle incident, and if he will ever be forgiven by the LGBTQ community. K-Squared also gives the ladies advice on which dildos work the best.
Truce and Droematic debate on who is at fault with the Kanye West and Pete Davidson situation, plus Truce calls out Mike Tyson to have a boxing match. Truce wants to prove to the world his boxing skills are up there with some of the best.
Droematic and Truce travel down to Raleigh NC, for the Kickback Sneaker Expo, which is one of the largest sneaker conventions in the area. Kala Nwachukwu, who was a huge sneaker head and former basketball player, tells her story of how she founded and grew the event to its current status.
Truce and Droe also discuss what sneakers and fashion meant to hip hop, and Truce also tells Droematic a little about crypto currency.
Team ATL talks with Droematic about Mike Tyson finally losing his sh*t after a fans goes to far on a plane ride. They also discuss Georgia signing a new gun law for everyone being able to carry.
Team 757 joins Droematic to debate who actually started Hip Hop. Was it DJ Kool Herc or Africa Bambaataa? This argument has been going on for years amongst most Hip Hop heads. The crew finally tries to shed some light on which individual is responsible for the start of Hip Hop.
Team ATL and Tai join Droematic to talk about the Will Smith antics as of late. The group also discuss if there are underlying issues with Will and Jada Smith's relationship that could have caused the fallout. What's next for Chris Rock? Find out in this episode.
Truce and Droematic discuss the purchase of Death Row Records by Snoop Dogg. They also debate about who's debut album is better, Jay-Z or 50 Cent, and if Lebron James surpassed Michael Jordan as the best basketball player ever.