Layla and Thrilla explores briefly the obsession of having relations with others baby’s mother. There is a passionate plea from Layla to end this rhetoric. Meanwhile Thrilla sees this as an attempt to assert dominance over any foes and suggests that it is here to stay.
The albums being discussed this week are Future’s highly anticipated follow up to Dirty Sprite mixtape series DS2 and Slim Thug’s Hogg Life Vol. 2: Still Surviving part of the Hogg Life series.
3:12 Hogg Life Vol. 2 exposes some biases of our host and a disagreement erupts with Layla E threating to give Thrilla the soft side of her pimp hand.
12:45 DS2 Proved that Thrilla claims to be a member of the acclaimed Future Hive and Layla gives him a hard time for this admission. Layla proclaims the regular CD dead and the deluxe is the only way to go. Thrilla holds up Future as being more inspirational than Joel Osteen.
22:37 Albums Worth Jamming (Except for Pap according to Thrilla)
Your Old Droog - The Nicest
Papoose - You Can't Stop Destiny
Joell Ortiz & Illmind – Human
Ghostface Killah - Twelve Reasons to Die II
Global Matic News:
27:50 Tyga doing a movie with Layla’s Old Man Crush Bruce Willis…Bird Man and Young Thug tried to kill Weezy?... The Church vs. Slim Thug … and more
32:56 North London Grime MC - Meridian Dan – In The Streets
34:27 Wizkid ft. Drake and Skepta – Ojuelegba
39:17 Special Guest - D.Steed is in studio to speak with us about H-Town and his EP Chips and Salsa
'89, '96, 2002 I was selling dope before they thought that shit was cool I was the brokest damn n**** in the school Remember they was laughing at me pointing at my shoes Back in '92 I was a social recluse '96 I bought me a Caprice coupe Shot it to the first n**** sold me a deuce Yeah the first n**** sold me a deuce