Future’s ‘DS2’ Album a Classic? Revisiting ‘Teflon Don,’ Rico Nasty Heat Check | Everyday Struggle

On Thursday’s episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska, Wayno and DJ Akademiks open up the show taking a trip down memory lane in their ‘This Week in Hip-Hop’ segment. The crew looks back at the impact of Future’s ‘DS2’ (Dirty Sprite 2) album in 2015, and whether or not it should be considered a classic album from the Atlanta rapper. The trio then discusses Rick Ross’ ‘Teflon Don’ project, which turns 9 this week, and where it ranks amongst the rest of Ross’ albums. Later in the show, the trio highlights in this week’s ‘Heat Check’ segment 24-year-old rapper Rico Nasty, who has been heating up the rap scene with her eccentric style and recently made XXL’s Freshman Class. To conclude today’s show, the crew does a ‘Big Facts or B.S.’ on a hilarious Boosie Badazz IG video that has gone viral.

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  1. Lol tbh people who grew up in the country side of jamaica really didn't have the luxury of seeing all the shit that american's see. i get where ak is coming from

  2. I Agree and Disagree to the streets DS2 is a Street Classic because he basically gave you Beast Mode, Monster, and 56 Nights all in one on the DS2 Album so i agree with DJ Ak that its a collective of songs but I Disagree calling it an album this was more like another highly anticipated mixtape that capped off his mixtape run before he officially went into album mode which i think started with Evol because Wattba was another Future mixtape with drake features then purple reign capped off his Mixtape run then he went into Album Mode

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