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Manito & Reaux discuss their favorite collectives, the state of rap groups today, and how that facet of the culture has evolved since.
Manito & Reaux talk who joins J.Cole as middle children, how older fans take on newer acts, & accepting that the culture we know and love is growing up before our very eyes.
In the sequel to our earlier episode Basketbars, Manito & Reaux talk similarities between Hip-Hop & Basketball, match up ballers with their rap counterparts, and pay respect to those we lost in Hip-Hop (RIP Nipsey Hussle).
Manito & Reaux talk which queens are killing the game, the stigmas women in rap deal with, & more on women coming up in Hip-Hop.
Manito & Reaux delve into giving those in black entertainment & media their flowers, and the fine line between culture vulture & culture ally among various other things surrounding white folk, otherwise known as: Them Crackas.
“Actually, believe half of what you see/None of what you hear, even if it's spat by me”, see? even Jay-Z didn’t believe his own hype. Manito & Reaux talk most underrated & overrated acts, who deserves their flowers now, & the elements that create the hype that dominates the conversation.
Manito & Reaux reminisce on their first experiences in Hip-Hop, which rappers they fell in/out of love with and what connected them to the culture we all know & love.