On the third episode of Season 2, Joe Budden and co-hosts Remy Ma & Jinx sound off on the following topics: Joe Budden & Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky Verdict, Black Excellence, Young Jeezy Retiring, Drake & The Beatles, New Artists Going Viral, JAY-Z & The NFL. Read more
On the second episode of Season 2, Joe Budden and co-hosts Remy Ma & Jinx sound off on the following topics: Top 50 best rapper list, Mass Shooting in Texas & Ohio, Cyntoia Brown released from prison, Illinois prison population down by 20%, Black Excellence, The female impact on Hip Hop, Spinderella sues Salt N Pepa for unpaid royalties, Reginae Carter caught spying on boyfriend at party. Read more
On the first episode of Season 2, Joe Budden and co-hosts Remy Ma & Jinx sound off on the following topics: N.O.R.E’s Drink Champs Deal, Drake & LeBron James new business venture, Kanye West building affordable homes, Gucci hires black executive as diversity chief, Reforestation in Ethiopia, Black Excellence, A$AP Rocky finally leaving Sweden, Mario Lopez’s transgender comments, Lil Nas X’s Old Town Road and prison reform. #SOTC Read more
For the last episode of season 1, Joe Budden, Remy Ma, & Jinx discuss the untimely death of Nipsey Hussle, continuing Nipsey’s legacy, NAACP Image Award’s, Lupita Nyong’o becomes an author, Big Sean, REVOLT Hip Hop Summit, August Alsina & The Smith’s, Black Cinema rewriting the horror genre, Name That Lil. Read more
This week, Joe Budden, Remy Ma & Jinx sounds off on the following topics: Jordan Peele’s Us, Wendy Williams, Cardi B & cancel culture, Will Packer, Trump’s wall, Jussie Smollett, XXL Freshman List, Emancipation & Reparations 2020, New Spaces Brings New Beginnings for Lil Uzi Vert & Big Sean, & the cast play a game of Raptionary. Read more
On the latest episode of #SOTC, Joe Budden and co-hosts Scottie Beam, Remy Ma, and Jinx discuss the following topics: Prayers to families of New Zealand shooting, Jess not so Hilarious, GQ requested J. Cole’s presence and story: Buck The System, Universal Hip Hop Museum set to open in the Bronx 2023, Black Excellence, Wellness for Wendy Williams, Kodak Black’s inappropriate rants & lyrics to Young M.A., Mayhem in Miami and Guess that Lyric .
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On this week’s episode of State of the Culture, Joe Budden and co-hosts Scottie Beam, Remy Ma and Jinx discuss the following topics: YesJulz’s steps out of line, Did you see SNL?, Jussie Smollett update, Russell Westbrook give fan some thunder, Ghosts from hip hop’s past, YBN Almighty Jay jumped, wounded and robbed but comes back strong, Aunt Beckys and their privilege, Their New Game: Who Said That?
Joe Budden sits down with Teyana Taylor to get the unfiltered conversation fans have waited for. They talk about family life, her feelings toward her label, New music and what’s next for Teyana!
Joe Budden and co-hosts Remy Ma, Scottie Beam, and Jinx aren’t sugar coating shit. On the latest episode of State of the Culture, they talk about Rich the Kid and Usher reportedly getting robbed, T.I. vs Floyd Mayweather, Jussie Smollett’s case developments, 21 Savage’s Good Morning America interview, What’s happening inside Greene Correctional Facility, The Grammy’s were blacker than ever, but are we buying it? BET vs. Nicki Minaj, Competition with Women in hip hop, Mo’Nique and Steve Harvey’s conversation on Money & Integrity/blackballing in Entertainment, Dame Dash apologizes to JAY-Z, Lyor Cohen & more, Hip Hop embracing Female Artists, and last but not least, Nipsey Hussle’s documentary on Dr. Sebi. #SOTC Read more
State of the Culture is back! On the mid-season premiere, Joe Budden, Scottie Beam, Remy Ma, and Jinx go in on Jussie Smollett’s brutal attack in Chicago, Pop Culture’s influence on Politics, Cancel Culture and it’s effectiveness, Chris Brown’s ‘This B*tch Lying’ t-shirts, The State of our Music Industry, and Yes Julz’s offensive freestyle. #SOTC Read more
It’s finally here, the year-end special of State of the Culture. Hosts Joe Budden, Remy Ma, Scottie Beam, and Jinx recap all of the best of 2018. Kicking off the conversation is the Biggest L of the year. Next is Power Moves, Most Controversial Beef, Best Albums, Best Visuals, Black Culture in Cinema, and Those We Will Remember. #SOTC
On the latest episode of #StateOfTheCulture, hosts Joe Budden, Remy Ma, Jinx, and Scottie Beam dive in to Netflix’s new hip-hop competition show Rhythm and Flow, the effects of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s trolling, Waka Flocka retiring from hip-hop, Black Excellence highlighting Serena Williams, Lil Jon, Michelle Obama & more, Hip-Hop and Reality TV, and United Masters’ deal with the NBA.
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