Birdman & Young Thug, Kanye on SNL, Guests Dave East + Styles P | State of the Culture (Episode 5)

This week on #StateOfTheCulture hosts Joe Budden, Remy Ma, Jinx, and Scottie Beam sound off on Kanye’s SNL appearance and latest rants (1:50), Birdman & Young Thug under investigation for Lil Wayne shooting (10:59), Suge Knight sentenced to 28 years in prison (14:57), Platinum, Gold, & That Ain’t It- Ranking Tha Carter V (19:10), Cardi B turning herself in (25:13), YNB Nynizzle charged due to song lyrics (28:34), Fuck Shit of the Week (33:00), Special Guests Dave East & Styles P talk their new album ‘Beloved,’ some hot topics, & drop some gems. #SOTC

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Joe Budden and co-hosts Remy Ma, Scottie Beam, and Jinx cut through the noise to get straight to the core of the most controversial and challenging conversations in pop culture, politics, social justice, and more—all through the lens of hip hop. Unapologetic, unfiltered, and sometimes unconventional, Joe Budden and his squad of hip hop experts serve as our culture’s most creditable connoisseurs, leading the way under a single mantra: in order for our culture to elevate, we must begin to communicate. The movement starts now.

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