On this episode of the Review, the Savage Duo are joined by friend of the show Chad Carr (Recording Artist & Co-Founder of TrendsCollab) to discuss the legacy left behind by Nipsey Hussle after his untimely death, including building his brand in a unique way, ownership and empowerment, changing the narrative around gang culture, and being a great father and husband. Then, JB and Benny recap the Final Four games and make their uninformed, informed predictions for the NCAA Championship game. Finally, they wrap things up with JB’s patented “You Wit or Not” segment, discussing Paul Pierce’s bold statement, Larry Fitzgerald helping out the Phoenix Suns front office, and more!
Our deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of Nipsey Hussle.
While this is a Hip Hop show, Nipsey’s influence goes well beyond music. Yes, music was the foundation but his community minded, independent approach is what his legacy will be remembered for.
Starr Saxxxon and I hope that we were able to highlight some of that as we remember that impacted countless individuals.
Big June stops by to talk about his music and navigating the game hailing from San Diego, CA. Check his history and you will find that he is no stranger to the game. J asks him about challenges that he has faced and overcome and the love that he gets from his community. Big June gets his grind on and you will enjoy.
People on the outside looking in don’t focus on the business component of music. If an artist fails to devote enough time reading the fineprint it can set them back. Enter East Coast spitter Truth (@truthemcee ). As he prepares to release his new album, The Fight for Survival, he links up with J-Luv to talk about the importance of handling your business, following your gut and knowing when to accept help as you travel the music business highway. Truth is a fan of the Sweet Science and has co-signs from PF Cuttin, Large Professor and more. He is well versed in the boom bap sound has the heart of a champion.
Songs from Nipsey Hussle, Truth, Defari, Big June, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Mazhe and more.