Nov 27, 2019
Topics this week: Thanksgiving Hot Takes, Kaepernick vs NFL, Ari Lennox vs Lizzo, Hip Hop Grammy Noms, Kanye West's Jesus is King 2 with Dr. Dre, DaBaby's new video & more!
What it dew Trillions! Back again with episode 190 of the Truth Be Told Podcast from Trillmatic.com hosted by Riffa, Black Todd & Bigg UU from Killeen. Thanks for supporting your favorite Hip Hop podcast! Be sure to leave a 5 star review!
We kick this episode off with some talk of Black Todd's Vegas Vacation and some Thanksgiving Hot Takes. (18:37) Tesla's Cybertruck is out but not without some controversy. (22:10) Kaepernick, Hov & NFL are back at it again, but now it includes Stephen A. Smith. (33:10) Lizzo won a Soul Train award but should the award have been won by Ari Lennox? And is Lizzo Soul or Pop?
(39:00) American Music Awards happened but we know they don't know a damn thing Hip Hop and the culture. (44:10) We broke down some of the Hip Hop Grammy nominations including best new artist, best song and best Hip Hop album.
(58:00) We speak about Kanye West, Joel Osteen and Mega Churches in general. (1:04:40) The Rock is finally coming out as Black Adam. (1:11:15) The director of Joker is possibly wanting to direct more DC films. (1:19:00) Jordan Peele has a new show hunting Nazis.
(1:28:00) Madlib has confirmed a Bandana sequel featuring Freddie Gibbs. (1:29:45) Kanye West and Dr. Dre seem to be working on Jesus is King 2. Not much else is known at the moment.
(1:34:20) Artistic Ignorance: DaBaby's new video gets the title this week with his innovative choreography, dance, continuous shot and the Jabbawockeez.
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