Offset Says Hip-Hop is Black Culture, Game LP Review, Are Rap Legends Respected? | Everyday Struggle

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On Tuesday’s (Dec. 3) episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska, Wayno and DJ Akademiks kick off the show discussing Offset’s recent tweets where he shared his thoughts on black culture in hip-hop. Next, the EDS trio weighs in on Russ’ latest interview with the Rap Radar podcast, where he explains why Nicki Minaj, T-Pain, Lil Wayne and DMX don’t get the respect that they deserve. Soon after, the crew shares their thoughts on Lil Baby’s comments, where he says that Atlanta is the hottest spot right now in music. Later in the show, the team shares their review for Game’s new LP ‘Born 2 Rap,’ Trippie Redd’s ‘A Love Letter To You 4’ and YNW Melly’s debut album ‘Melly vs. Melvin.’ To close out the show, the EDS crew share their thoughts on Yung Ro taking jabs at Blueface by uploading a video to Instagram, showing a newly purchased home for his mother, and sending Blueface’s sister a DM with heart emojis.

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