Transcript: 00:00 hey how about you just go get the 00:02 supplies freakin robots man I got one 00:07 that will ever recharge I get another 00:09 one that's a narcoleptic and she eats 00:12 all my potato chips all the time I hate 00:14 my freakin life 00:27 what is where's register it
We discuss what artists initially inspired us to question the status quo, what's good and problematic in hip-hop now, and what we want from the genre in the future.
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