After taking a slight break, Kaz, Lowkey and Rosy are all back this week with very special guest: Ibrahim Hamad of Dreamville Records. On this episode, the crew talks about J. Cole's #1 album, The Off Season, and the years it took to make the project. Ib talks about J. Cole playing pro basketball in Africa and the focus he took to maximize his potential as an artist and an athlete. We also talk about why J. Cole took so long to work with other producers and features for a solo album, internet hate, the Off Season documentary, the deep connection with Dreamville fans, Ari Lennox's rise, his incredibly talented family, and so much more.
03:00 - Ibrahim of Dreamville Joins Say Less
04:00 - Jermaine In Africa
10:00 - Hoarding Music & Last Minute Entries
17:00 - Haters On The Web
24:40 - Features On The Album
39:00 - Reading The Comments
53:00 - Catching The Vibes
1:06:00 - Deep Diving On The Doc & Lyrics
1:12:00 - Cole Being Seen In Public
1:22:30 - Lockdown To Now
1:32:00 - Rosy's Girls TRIP
1:47:40 - As An Athlete REDUX
1:59:00 - KNICKS TO THE PLAYOFFS
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Theme Song Produced by BlaaqGold
Outro Produced by Krish Records Produced and Edited by Eddin Martinez