Drake Curse, 2Pac’s ‘Hit ‘Em Up,’ Jim Jones ‘El Capo,’ Lil Bibby on the Clock? | Everyday Struggle

On Thursday’s episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska, Wayno and DJ Akademiks open up the show discussing the myth behind the ‘Drake Curse’ and whether or not it’s a real thing. Ak and Wayno then share their thoughts on Jim Jones’ latest LP ‘El Capo’ and name their favorite songs off the project. Halfway through the show, the EDS crew goes down memory lane in the TBT segment, ‘This Week in Hip-Hop.’ The trio reminisce on the impact Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Wu-Tang Forever’ album had on the culture in 1997, and also discuss the anniversary of 2Pac’s ‘Hit ‘Em Up’ diss record, which dropped in 1996. Later in the show, the squad puts Lil Bibby ‘On The Clock’ and discuss the Chicago rapper’s mogul moves since signing Juice WRLD to his label, and to conclude today’s episode the gang runs through a few news stories involving Valee, Rihanna and Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Eternal Atake.’

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  1. This Is A Much Better Episode Than The Previous One…I Cannot Believe It Has Been Almost 25 Years Since “Hit ‘Em Up”! Wu Tang Clan Is Definitely The Most Influential Rap Group Of All Time And Their Second Album Is A Masterpiece!

  2. I still feel the hatred when east coast niggas talk about Pac even in a positive light. These niggas rambled off lines from The Makaveli album as lines off "Hit Em' Up". They don't even know Pac's catalog.

  3. 2 pac past away how long ago and ppl are still talkin about him? I bet if he never past away no one would pay him any mind. Ppl love using other ppls names for money and attention

  4. Come on Wayno!! How u gonna say Wu Tang is the most influential rap group… Smh… So What is N.W.A.? do you really think WuTang has influenced more than Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Easy E…. No sir. WuTang is dope…But that's a reach.


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