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.
Droematic gives a phone call to Cleveland Rhodes, the CEO of My Genre Radio Network to discuss how he started an internet station, grown it to currently 2 million listeners, and teaches (you) how to do the same formula. Droematic also calls Los-P to discuss the top 50 greatest rappers of all time list that has been floating around on Twitter. Los-P agrees with most twitter users that Joe Budden Shouldn't be a top 10 Rapper.
The World's Tallest Rapper standing at 7 Feet, 4 inches, comes through to talk about his latest projects, included an unexpected collaboration with T-Pain, and why he chose music over a basketball career. He also explain why it's still important to have a manager even as an independent artist, and how Soulja Boy is responsible for the "Dummy" music that is currently out today. We then get into the story of how he was approached by Jeezy, who offered him record deal that he would eventually turned down.
In this episode we talk about Asap Rocky's criminal case in Sweden, and how Donald Trump is attempting to get him a smooth release and transfer back to the states. Speaking of Trump, we also talk about the reaction Donald Trump received from our local area of where we record our podcast in Eastern North Carolina.
We then talk about the expectations of the new Coming to America 2 sequel, and if Kim Kardashian's role of helping prisoners get early parole really a big deal.
Finally we get into a debate whether or not its ok for a 13 year old to own a gun, and is it time for pagers to make a comeback since people text more than they talk on the phone these days?
Los tells the story about a girl he was dating
running out of the house after doing cocaine before showing up at his house to chill, and how she runs out of the house butt naked, with the cops showing up to arrest him.
We also discuss if pastors are buggin for buying private planes, and why there is no loyalty when it comes to flings.
Los and Cortez talk about an awkward moment, were a random guy approaches them at the bus stop asking for relationship advice and fronting after being heartbroken due to his girl cheating on him.
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.
Independent artist Laura Davis and Droematic's personal friend Reese joins the show to co-host with him. Laura provides basic guitar tutorials for younger and beginning guitarists, on how to start with basic string sets, and how you can still be a successful guitarist without having to being able to read music. The topic then shifts to a review of the Carlos Santana album, "Africa Speaks.
Laura also talks about the time she met Steven Tyler and how they rocked out with her younger sister.
After a 3 month break, Droematic is back recording as he test out the new studio audio equipment, by doing a phone call with Reyah about her substitute teaching woes. The two discuss the Crips attempt to brand Nipsey Hussle's slogan "The Marathon Continues", and the conversation rolls over to adventures of Reyah taking horseback riding lessons, and the best way to house train a horse like a pit bull.