71 | Everything is Love

71 | Everything is Love

We’re back again this week. This episode, we discuss:

The Carters ([3:01])
Nicki Minaj ([18:46])
Sex Work ([27:45])
Rich the Kid ([47:35])
Strip Club ([53:47])

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Mastering: Brandon White
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