On this weeks’ episode of State of the Culture, the group talks about Netflix’s new hip-hop competition series ‘Rhythm and Flow,’ Waka Flocka retiring from hip-hop, how controversial 6ix9ine is, and more.
Joe Budden, Scottie Beam, Remy Ma, and Jinx discusses all the controversy pertaining to Tekashi 69. This year the rapper has been robbed multiple times, allegedly kidnapped, jumped and recently has his video shoot shot up. Scottie Beam explains that she is not fearful for the rapper’s life, but that 6ix9ine has been starting problems and upsetting people over the internet. She also explains how he goes to different cities and states asking to fight other rappers whom he doesn’t like or has problems with.
The group also speaks on how Waka Flocka is retiring and is deciding to grow and be with his family. They also discuss their segment of Black Excellence and gave props to Michelle Obama for releasing her new book ‘Becoming’ and Serena Williams for her Woman of The Year Cover with GQ, and more.
You can watch new episodes every Monday on Revolt.tv and Revolt’s YouTube page at 5 pm ET and every Tuesday on Revolt’s television station at 10 pm ET.
You can watch the full episode down below:
- The Fashion Statement of 2020: Protective Face Masks
- Amazon Music’s Alex Luke wants Alexa in cars
- ASCAP Launches HBCU Paid Internship Program
- Who Raps Better? Benny or Conway? | The Joe Budden Podcast
- Vince Staple’s Announces New Project
- "Club Quarantine" Legend D-Nice Teaching Master Class
- Dr. DeForest Soaries Talks Financial Freedom And The DFree Global Foundation
- Netflix Original “Rapture” Launches March 30
- RF Focus 2018 Top Urban Radio Station List
- Shows Shonda Rhimes is Bringing to Netflix