Part 1: The 2010's are almost over so today we take a look back at the decade that completely shifted the landscape of the entertainment industry with the rise of social media and tech companies changing the way that we consume everything. We will discuss the greatest moments, albums, rap beefs, memes and more from these past years as well as make some predictions for the future in this 2 part end of the decade wrap-up episode. Timestamps: Not a lot of new music this week (01:48) RIP Juice WRLD (03:19) 50 Cent says Oprah is targeting Black Men accused of sexual misconduct and overlooking the White Men (04:04) Billy Ray Cyrus & Young Buck try to catch one with “Blue Christmas” (06:43) Nick Cannon & Friends vs Eminem (08:37) Madd Skillz Vs Uncle Murda for best end of the year wrap up 2019 (20:30) Who Had The Most Epic Rap Beef Of The Decade (21:25) Remy Vs Nicki + Nicki Vs, Cardi = Who Impacted this decade more? (26:56) Jay The Great on FaceTime to discuss Ravens, Meme of the Decade and 61 Trash Cans (44:01)
Part 2: The 2010's are almost over so today we take a look back at the decade that completely shifted the landscape of the entertainment industry with the rise of social media and tech companies changing the way that we consume everything. We will discuss the greatest moments, albums, rap beefs, memes and more from these past years as well as make some predictions for the future in this 2 part end of the decade wrap-up episode. Timestamps: Jay The Great on the call-in (00:24) 2020 Coachella headliner predictions (10:26) Spotify releases 2019 wrapped & The Decade wrapped (14:41) What Hip Hop Biopic’s should be made in the next decade? (18:38) Tech companies changed the way we listen to music and a live venue conglomerate forms (23:15) The Rap Beef We Wanted But Never Got (24:37) Summer Walker does not sing on couches (30:00) Meme of the Decade (38:05) Creators need to beware of YouTube and the new COPPA rules (38:49) Where were you when Beyonce dropped the surprise digital album “Beyonce”? (48:16) 2020 way too early album of the year candidates (63:27)
Rhythm & Flow, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Americas First Cannabis Restaurant Lowell Farms Cafe, Dispensary Franchises, Dopest Rebrand, Sports and more with Trey "Chill Moe" & Jay The Great.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Feb 17th, 1991
Location
Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Episode Count
3
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
4 hours, 45 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 754571