Pleasantries/Feel Good session (:58 – 3:12) What Happened to Your Career? (3:13 – 6:00) NBA Talk [Andre Iguodala, NBA Player First World Problems, Softness]( 6:01 – 20:06)Lavar Ball & Living Vicariously through your kids (20:07 – 24:35)Nerd Opinions, and New Generation NBA (24:36 – 35:14) End
On his fourth studio album, Big Sean has put together what he feels is his best, and his most personal album to date. With his last album going platinum, and his Sean going on a full court press of promotion, I decided was a must listen for me.
The intro was inspirational. It lined up with the entrepreneurial message I often speech. It’s a man, seeming to be talking to God, or thinking out loud about his life. Screaming this is not life!
Light (Feat. Jeremiah) Sampling Eddie Kendricks “Intimate Friends” song, (Alicia Keys also used the same sample), Big Sean starts this album off with some inspiration — Hip Hop style. This may be my favorite song on the album. Even with the slow melody, Sean is able to deliver a message such as the closing to each verse: “So when they take our fame, take our cribs, take…
Music Artist Want to be Tough & the Fight for Relevancy (:55 – 7:20) Faux Messengers & Real Solutions (7:21- 22:25) Hard Work & Attention Spans (22:30 – 35:42) The Fellas Talk Housing (35:44 – 42:38) New Age Laziness (42:39 – 47:16) Double Standards (47:20 – 50:35) The End
Culture appropriation (:55 – 5:40) The trials & (Trifling) Tribulations of dating (5:43 – 17:10) The Class War & Colorism (17:13 – 29:15) The Fellas talk Los Angeles Lakers & NBA [Warriors, Cavs, Kevin Durant, and Soap Opera Style reporting](29:20 – End)
Pleasantries (:55 – 2:10) Eddie reviews the new movie ‘Get Out’ & the fellas discuss (2:12 -13:25), Gentrification of the mind — Acceptance vs Solutions (13:28 – 37:12) The Black Family (37:13 – 46:28) Imagery of the Black Man [Sidebar W/Becky Barron @49:45] (46:30 – 53:28) Why Black People Can’t Find Mates ( 53:30 – End)Tune in Tomorrow for Part II of this 3 Part series with Brotha Eddie Star!