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.
Cortez Jones and long-time music producer Los-P comes through to co-host. The trio talk about the best options for independent artists to get more support from their hometown before deciding whether to stay independent or go after a record deal. Cortez tells how he has went from $48,000 in debt, to being only down to $18,000 in 6 months with his Total Package Investment program. Los-P talks of artists that have gained multi-million dollar success only because they traded sexual acts. Droematic also talks about his vegan diet aspirations and how they ended quickly.
They also discuss the recent rumors of Justin Bieber fighting Tom Cruise in the UFC, and what's next for the Lakers after the Anthony Davis trade.
Droematic welcomes his child hood friends to the show to talk about their current career paths, and how they have been dealing with their financial struggles over the years. We also discuss financial literacy and how you can alter your life style to get out of financial debt quicker, and build up your credit score. Ramon (Judge) and J-Dub give advice and tips on how felons that are struggling to get employment can go into entrepreneurship to better themselves and their current situation. Finally, the crew debate heavily on the current top 5 rappers in the game today, and attempt to shut down Reyah's argument that Drake is one of the top 5 greatest rappers of all time.