Nicki vs Cardi B, White Terrorism, Kanye, Black Excellence & More | State of The Culture (Episode 9)

On this week’s episode of #StateOfTheCulture, hosts Joe Budden, Remy Ma, Scottie Beam, and Jinx discuss Nicki Minaj continuing to come for Cardi B (4:58), White Terrorism in Trump’s Administration (9:01), Be Woke, VOTE (21:34), Kanye distancing himself from politics (22:48), Black Excellence (31:30), SoundCloud changing the music business (40:40). #SOTC

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Hailing out of Jamaica, four young natives formed what we know as Royal KhaoZ is certainly letting their voices be heard in the Reggae, but specifically Roots and Fusion community. We caught up with the collective at their recording studio in Bronx to see them perform live at their weekly Voice Out jam session, and we were blown away by their energy on stage, and how much of a crowd they drew. Our very own, DJ Namn sat with the guys to discuss new music, their roots, their fellow Jamaican artist and Queen of Dancehall, Spice for her recent skin bleaching campaign and black hypocrisy. | Follow @MusicXclusives on all social media platforms.
Royal KhaoZ Talks Colorism In Music, Voice Out Jam Session, New Music + More