J. Cole Top 3 after ‘KOD?’ Producers to Blame for Bad Music? | Everyday Struggle



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On today’s #EverydayStruggle, DJ Akademiks, Wayno, and Nadeska go over all the hip-hop news they missed while on break, including Drake’s run, Meek’s release from prison, Childish Gambino going No. 1, J. Cole’s album, and much more.

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25 thoughts on “J. Cole Top 3 after ‘KOD?’ Producers to Blame for Bad Music? | Everyday Struggle

  1. 46:36 Wayno basically said if it ain’t broke don’t fix it, and I agree, Akademiks is just a J. Cole hater, and now on ROTD3 he showed more of how good he is, there’s still more too come 😁😁 KOD still is my album of the Year for 2018 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼🔥🔥🔥

  2. Facts. Do you know how many artist I hear Lil Uzi Vert in. I know some artist try to flip and change the style but I hear a lot of his style used way to much. But as AK said a lot of people plus me love to hear the music.

  3. Yal got the wackest views towards music. This shit made my head hurt, starting off with AK saying that To pimp a butterfly wasn’t good 😂😂 at that moment right there the whole show became lame af.

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