Aug 16, 2017
SoundCloud stays alive, Charlottesville, Talib Kweli defends Drake's ghostwriting + album reviews from Stalley and Vic Mensa.
What it dew Trillions! Back again with episode 78 of the Truth Be Told Podcast from Trillmatic.com hosted by Riffa & Bigg UU. Thanks for supporting your favorite Hip Hop podcast! Be sure to leave a 5 star review!
We kick this episode off with Riffa speaking about his first time in Las Vegas and Bigg UU speaks about why he didn't have a great experience. We also talk about why all the normal people are on Fremont.
We also talk about what happened in Charlottesville and the death of Heather Heyer at the hands of White Nationalism and Neo-Nazis. We talk about free speech and what that means to us. We also spoke about why Donald Trump has a hand in all of this.
SoundCloud was given new life after getting another investment of $170 million. Alex Ljung, the CEO and Co-Founder, has stepped down and moved to Chairman of the board. But will all these changes help the software make it to the top and become a juggernaut.
Bun B recently came out and said at one point, U.G.K. and Three 6 Mafia were going to make a supergroup called The Underground Mafia. We also talk about who was the better rapper between Bun B and Pimp C.
Talib Kweli defended Drake's use of ghostwriters. Is it time to let Hip Hop have it's ghostwriters? While we're on the topic of writers, Kendrick Lamar came out and gave his definition of a wack artist. We also offer our definition too!
Finally we review albums from Stalley and Vic Mensa.
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