Drake Deserve More Credit For Breaking Artists? XXXTentacion ‘SAD!’ Video | Everyday Struggle



On today’s #EverydayStruggle, DJ Akademiks, Wayno and Nadeska discuss whether or not we give Drake enough props for introducing new artists, Cardi B becoming the 1st Female Hip-Hop artist with 2 songs at #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 , and XXXTentacion’s “SAD!” video reaction. Wayno goes off on how the youth shouldn’t want to die.

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38 thoughts on “Drake Deserve More Credit For Breaking Artists? XXXTentacion ‘SAD!’ Video | Everyday Struggle

  1. Yall be killing me with the good music kicking.. None of these good music produced albums will be the artist best album wayno because They're already established vets! Tianna shot herself in the foot. I listened to every good music produced album from this past rollout but hes because she bashed it. She made it sound like it wasn't good.

  2. Akademiks lame af. Complex y’all have to get y’all shit together man. You got a nigga with no credibility talking on subjects he has no business commenting on being his a lame. And y’all know what I’m talking about

  3. Wayno is right when he says that they need to stop talking about death and depression like it’s nothing. Although I believe xxx really was depressed I don’t think he did that because it was trending + he even tried to turn his life around. But the main problem is the moment where rappers are talking about death and shit it’s accessible for everyone with no age restriction. This generation especially is highly sensitive when it comes to music and social media because where are constantly consuming it. The moment we listen o that kind of music we get influenced, for example if me and my girl would break up and I would listen to depressed music, I would think that a break up is the end of the world and would take drugs prolly kill myself. So today’s music is fucking dangerous an we don’t even notice. Music is powerful, look how it changed this generation to superficial humans

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