This week on A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal, the guys travel to Los Angeles and sat down with Common for a deep, hilarious and very meaningful conversation. They talk the Obamas, Jay-Z, Beyonce, his daughter, Stacey Abrams, Be, American Gangster, the Wu-Tang documentary, Dilla, Questlove, going bald, visiting prisons, who he’s confused for, what puts the A&M in FAMU, and much more!
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N.O.R.E & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. On this episode the Champs talk game with the legendary Freeway Rick Ross about his personal history and his new ventures. Also on this episode we speak with Michael Corleone Blanco the Son of Griselda Blanco.
Atlanta, Georgia, the Capital of the South: home to Martin Luther King Jr., Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, and way too many strip clubs to mention. Over the course of the past half century this city has managed to manifest itself as an outlier in a region still wrangling with the legacy of Jim Crow and race relations.
Brooklyn-bred hip-hop duo Smif N Wessun– consisting of partners in rhyme, Steele and Tek, are OG and staple members of the Duck Down Records and Boot Camp Clik family released their latest project, The All, in February and it spent months on the Apple Music chart and quickly became an AOTY contender.
Def Squad has opened the vaults and found this lost gem produced by The Green Eyed Bandit. “Loosin’ It Up” by Jamal & Kurupt, produced by Erick Sermon.
“This Griselda, DJ Preemo Shit”! Some things just sound so good on paper, that an eventual pairing seems inevitable.
Chris Rivers has rap royalty coursing thru his veins. Being the son of the legendary Big Pun may help you get your foot in the door, but it doesn’t promise longevity. Even though Chris started rapping at a very young age, being the son of one of Hip-Hop’s most beloved artists has undeniably been a gift and a curse.
The Drink Champs Family honors and respects our veterans who have bravely served and continue to serve our country, especially those we have lost. We want to take the time on this day of memorial to remember our fallen hip-hop soldiers with stories told by their peers who were closest to them. On this episode of Drink Champs you’ll hear stories about 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Prodigy, Prince, Big Pun, etc. Theses stories were told to us by past guests like Snoop Dogg, Uncle Luke, DMX, E-40 and more!