To kick off the show, the hosts N.O.S and DisputeOne talks about the great hip hop release date which was 20 years ago, September 29, 1998. The milestone is the last great day where the most groundbreaking albums were released and impacted the hip hop culture in its entirety. The main five albums that were released on that date were: Outkast- "Aquemini," Black Star- "Mos Def & Talib Kweli are Black Star," Brand Nubian- "Foundation," A tribe Called Quest- "The Love Movement," and Jay-Z- "Hard Knock Life Vol.2". DisputeOne reminisces on the day and comes up with some honorable mentions which includes: Big Pun's "Capital Punishment," Lauryn Hill's "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill," and Gang Starr's "Moment of Truth." Moving on to the news, the hosts discuss Lupe Fiasco's new music and his consistency with content and style. Congrats to Cardi B's successful streak, earning her three #1s. And back to the Kanye shenanigans. Hear more about Ye's controversial rants and what he has to sell to his "consumers." Also there are some updates about Sunday Edition.
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