Los-P and Droematic kick off another Hype Series Friday episode with special guest co-host and up and coming independent artist, Droop Smith.
Droop discusses his struggles and frustrations with the current industry.
The first Hype Series Friday show of Season 3 starts with Los-P, Cortez, and Droematic talk about the current state of police brutality in America. They then jump into the discussion of Snoop versus Tekashi, and if Mike Tyson vs anyone is a fair fight?
The crew debate if St. Louis Rapper "Huey" could have prevented his own murder. J-Dubb interviews a Boogaloo member, and attempts to find out if Civil War is their ultimate goal.
Reyah also describes her Covid-19 test experience.
After 2 years, the original trio of Droematic, J-Dub, and Reyah start season 3 with the debate of which late great comedian had the biggest impact on the Hip Hop Culture, John Witherspoon or Bernie Mac?
It then shifts to Reyah stating that she disagrees with Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union supporting their Daughter Zaya for coming out.
J-Dub and Reyah also discuss tips on how to get away with intercourse in a movie theater without getting caught.
On the final episode of season 2, the host discuss the new deal Tekashi 69 received while in jail, and how snitching does not affect record sales with "White America". Los-P and "Tipsy" Charlie debate whether its appropriate or not to have sex while playing R. Kelly songs in the background.
"A Woman's Perspective" aka Steph challenges the guys to admitting to liking when girls put things in or near their buttocks during intimacy......and so much more in the final episode of season 2.
Puerto Rocky and Los-P team with Droematic for this episode. Question is asked, is
Kanye West a potential mega church pastor after starting a Sunday church gathering? A debate breaks out that you can only be a legend in hip hop after you die. Puerto Rocky also talks about the Latin Hip hop scene, what could have been if Slaughter House had the right push.
Los-P says that Trap music killed Lyrical Rap, and who he think is currently the king of the South.
The trio also discuss if its fair that a North Carolina transgender individual that was moved from a male prison to all women's prison was the right thing to do by law, and why Los-P don't plan to get married anytime soon.
Droematic brings on Scott Boddie to talk about a mogul mentality mindset, and how to turn it into a consulting business. Scott talks about how he was never "all in" while he was a member of Droematic's former rap group, "Category 4", and how he was introduced to rap in grade school after listening to Snoop Dogg's Doggy style. They then talked about how the mogul mentality mindset came into play while in 2nd grade, selling pieces of chewing gum to his classmates for 25 cents each, and then getting shut down by the teacher, like a police officer stops a drug deal.
Another "Hype Friday Series" episode jumps off with co-host, Los-P coming through, discussing the beginnings of the "Hot Girl Summer" phrase. Los-P decides to be brave and tell the listeners his true "body count", a.k.a sexual partners he's slept with.
Droematic and Los-P ponder the details of the Jay-Z/NFL partnership, and what it means for Colin Kaepernick. The two then debate who is the best lyricist among all of the Wu-Tang roster.
Los-P and Droematic then agree about the North Carolina Hip Hop scene needing a heavy improvement if they want to leave a larger foot print on the current industry. And finally, Los-P claims that the hit TV show "Power" is just mediocre, and The Queen of the South is way better.
Internet radio host Billie Joe Flythe joins the show to co-host with Droematic. The duo talks about how and why current teens seems to have a more privileged mindset then previous generations. They also talk about the southern popularity of Blue Grass, and Garth Brooks failed attempt at creating an alter ego.