An episode of a call to arms and a wake-up to the magic of music you don't want to miss.
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Welcome to another episode of Loose Talk Podcast. This time around, you might want to reevaluate the depth of your listenership of Hip-hop through the amount of content you consume – elitism might not avail you.
Shout-out to the Nigerians in Canada
Incredibly, ‘Canada’ stands for the entire diaspora demographic and the mad beauty of never having to experience ASUU or ASUU strike like the rest of Nigeria. The Loose Talk Podcast family appreciates you, but also hope all the Loose Talk Giants currently experiencing ASUU strike to stay strong.
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Simi and Wande Coal crossing London Bridge
While reading fan mail, the gang reads the mail from a giant who felt Simi and Wande Coal deserve more shouts for both shutting down London town despite the clash in dates. While the gang further break this down, the conversation leads to the importance or otherwise of music videos in the current context. It’s Steve vs. Osagz and AOT.
Trusted kid, no funds
In this Nigeria, striving to join the ‘SDC’ movement, you’re probably a “random statistic” in the country of vastly underpaying labor face, where our cost of living always rises. You’re probably not a trust fund kid, you’re probably a ‘trusted kid with no funds’. Shout-out to the Loose Talk Giants for the mad fan mails.
In the end, the gang examines the difference between the corruption of need and the corruption of greed as a direct offspring being a “random statistic.”
As part of the next round of discussions, the gang discuss Steve’s stolen phone, new music, a brutally honest email from a Loose Talk Giant and