Eminem Album, Playboi Carti Not Paying for Beats? Blac Chyna the Next Cardi B? | Everyday Struggle



EVERYDAY STRUGGLE | Episode 167

On today’s #EverydayStruggle, Joe Budden, DJ Akademiks, and Nadeska Alexis ran through the day of news that included Jay Z’s crazy new “Moonlight” video, Beyoncé’s rollerblading skills, Eminem’s next album, and much more. Additionally, the crew broke down Chris Brown’s new song and if he was crying out for help through the lyrics. To wrap up, the gang broke down topics on Playboi Carti not paying his producers and whether or not Blac Chyna can make it in the rap game.

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  1. As good as it was to see Joe be serious about drugs n that shit, I can't support him throwing producers out to the wind. Just cause you're getting fucked it gives you the right to fuck over the producers? What a dumbass.

  2. Nadeska gets mad when Joe is serious nadeska gets mad when Joe isn't serious. Yet he the moody one? He just trying to keep up with her mad passive aggressive attitudes tf

  3. Funniest part about that "stolen beats" segment? "Everyday Struggle" STOLE its theme from a producer named Blake Smith. He was never paid or consented for their use of his beat at the beginning of each episode.

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