The release of Kendrick Lamar's new album "Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers," is one of the biggest musical moments of the year. On today's episode, Kaz, Lowkey and Rosy break down the brand new album, the world's reaction to the album's subject matter, and if cancel culture did kill creativity in Hip-Hop. We also discuss the RICO case against Young Thug, Gunna and YSL Records and if it is fair to use song lyrics in legal cases. The week after Jack Harlow drops 'Come Home The Kids Miss You,' the squad discussed the sudden backlash on the rapper and the viral video discussing if he makes "music that makes black women feel safe." Ever heard of Industry Plants? We discuss what the meaning of those are, and if it's a fair label to put on an artist, and so much more.
00:07:00 - How To Be a Medium Stepper
00:20:00 - The Rules to Big Steppin;
00:35:00 - YSL's RICO case. Is It fair to use lyrics?
00:56:00 - Kendrick Lamar and the Big Steppers drops.
1:17:40 - Bruno Mars is Multiverse The Weeknd?
1:22:40 - The difference between singers and SANGers
1:23:00 - The Jack Harlow Backlash
1:42:00 - What is an Industry Plant?
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