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.
In this episode, Reyah (Ty-Ty) finally returns to the show to chop it up with Droematic about the R. Kelly rumors. Reyah admits to still listening to his songs and why she is still a loyal fan of R. Kelly. Droematic and Reyah debate why she should no longer listen to R. Kelly's music. They also discuss the Gayle King interview, along with the new sex tape of R. Kelly and a under aged girl.
The convo then shifts to Jussie Smollett and his motives for faking a hate crime attack. The crew debates if he is deserving of being indicted on 16 felony charges by a grand jury.
And Finally...J-Dub's personal tattoo artist stops in for some tattoo talk. She also provides advice to people considering getting their first tattoo.
One of the top 20 Science-Fiction Website bloggers in the world, Daryle, Margo, & DJ Lockhart join the show to discuss embracing the science fiction culture growing up as a black kid in the infamous Marcy Projects of New York...the same housing complex that molded Jay-Z, and how it shaped his life.
The couple also tell their story of how they started the Sci-Fi Generation brand, and how it has grown to become one of the top 20 science fiction websites in the world. J-Dub also goes in on the flat-earth believers, and why New York offers more than pizza and Biggie Smalls, and a debate if there will ever be another Stan Lee.
We welcome independent, award-winning journalist Rhiannon Fionn, founder of Charlotte CBD, Mike Sims, co-founders of Carolina CBD, Tyler Mohl and Jackson Davis join the show to discuss the legalization of Marijuana in North Carolina and abroad.
In this episode we talk about why marijuana is still considered a Schedule 1 drug by the FDA, even with its medical benefits, and why the government has been lying to the United States citizens about it.
The discussion also goes into why Republicans in North Carolina will do all they can not allow voting of the legalization of marijuana on the voting ballot.
Think you have what it takes to be a comedian? Droematic returns to the show, to welcome special guests: the president of "The People's Comedy Club", Jake Weddle, musical theatre performer Gabrielle Goodman, and comedian Dustin Harris to discuss how hard it is to progress through the underground comedy scene. The topics in this episode range from Kevin Hart not hosting The Oscars, RoboCop penises, greatest comedians of all-time debate, pressures of being a female comedian, and condoms that provide STD results.
Season 2 starts out with a bang! J-Dub Takes over the hosting duties in the absence of Droematic and welcomes the founder and coordinators of The North Carolina Sexual Health Conference to the studio. We go in on women and orgasms, as well as making sex more pleasurable for both partners. This episode also welcomes our new co-host Artsy Musa to the podcast. Artsy Musa pulls no punches off the bat. If you don't be better at sex after listening to this episode, you might need to practice abstinence.
In our season 1 finale episode, the discussion leads to "The National Church Of Bey", a religion formed around Beyoncé. We debate the difference between that and the Beyoncé Mass that was held earlier in the year. The question is asked if African American women are being put in a box, if the usage of Beyonce is the only means to bring black women together. Reyah explains why she doesn't check African American on job application to land more interviews.
Finally, we talk about why the black community puts Barack and Michelle Obama's relationship on a pedestal, and why the feminist movement is an overall bad idea for women.
In this episode, Droematic and J-Dub daughters join the show to talk about teen bullying at school and on social media. We dig deep into how to parents can have more open communications with their kids in today's society. The hosts discuss whether its a good idea for teachers to be allowed to carry guns in school to protect them against students who seek revenge after being bullied. Also, Keonya Waters joins the show to talk about her new non profit organization to benefit cancer patients, as we debate whether chemo-therapy is still a popular option to treat cancer.
The crew discuss the new Kamikaze album by Eminem, and does he prove to still be one of the best lyricists in the game. We also talk about the diss records with him going at Machine Gun Kelly, Joe Budden, mumble rappers, and Tyler the Creator. J-Dub also tells the story of when he was attacked by a deer for getting to close to its baby. Reyah gives an update on her employment status, and how close she is becoming close to starting a career in exotic dancing. And finally, the hosts decides to share secrets of some of their sexcapades, including toe sucking.
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.