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DJ Akademiks On "Dusty" Rappers, Reginae Carter, Meek Mill, 6ix9ine, Contributions To Culture + More

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  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 25 Sep 2022
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  • TEAMLILKING

    This interview is a good example of why it’s important to listen to both sides of every story instead of just taking one side and running with it.

  • Andre Mayweather

    I loved this interview they got straight to the point. Great interview!!

  • Ali Aubrey Swink

    This was a great convo between the three of them and so happy to see Akademiks on the breakfast club especially knowing his origins and being a fan of his since late 2015-early 2016, congrats.

  • Shelly Ann Gordon

    On these You tube streets, I'm just a nobody but I was totally impressed with the brothers' coherent and impressive conversation/dialogue. Please, do more of this, and less shooting when there is a misunderstanding. Uplifting representation here of our culture. Peace and blessings be unto you and your families.

  • William Jnr Akpabio

    Man, Charlamagne's growth is inspiring. He's all peace and positivity now...

  • JWILLIAMSDRUMS

    AK has given a lot to the culture. A good amount of bloggers model his entire setup and the way they present video in information when reporting a story. He was the first one to do it. Also to his point AK gives so much game to how the industry works, labels work, deals work. He could be a college professor. There’s so many layers to AK which is why he’s so successful. He definitely brought light to the drill culture. If it wasn’t for DJ AK I wouldn’t know who young pappy was, lil jojo, lil reece, la Capone, Rondo, cdai, edai, FBG, kuttroat, lil Jay, lil Shawn, FBG, KI.. not saying he started the wave but his platform shined the light on those areas and the bs that was going on that only people that was from that area would know about. People don’t give him credit for that and although a lot of the guys I mentioned died horribly w/o war in chiraq people all over the world wouldn’t be blogging or talking about them. Their legacy was created from their demise and it was beneficial to both sides.

  • Pirate Diaries

    If you been following AK Since 2012 it’s flabbergasting how far he came! He use to run 7 channels doing 5 vids a day on each and stream on Twitch 5 hours a day. Hard work Over Luck! Hate or not his work ethic is unbeatable.

  • Intellect
    Intellect  +52

    I love AK, he's needed and necessary. He's not perfect none of us are, I don't agree with everything he does but he is transparent he is funny as hell and he represents the other side of "culture" / "hiphop" that feels disregarded based on things we shouldn't even praise as "culture".

  • loiny zen
    loiny zen  +34

    Best Interview in a long time! Keep bringing people like this on the platform.

  • Jacqua Cooper
    Jacqua Cooper 4 jam yang lalu

    The point Al made about…drill rappers getting screened for rolling loud even though they were the highest attracted pieces in rap-hiphop now…talk about how violence is still the biggest sensation in black pop music or nah?

  • BadAss 🦅

    They need to have a hip-Hop hall of fame. A true hall of fame based on sales, culture influence, etc. if inducted into hall of fame, those members should receive a stipend every month for life. Music brings in trillions so it’s possible. Plus that will force artist to step up their lyrics

  • byouzs lamar
    byouzs lamar 17 jam yang lalu

    Wow I just witnessed a whole new side of AK. These 3ree men should do a show together and I bet it would do very well. They would have Oprah trying to get them locked in some type of deal...

  • Jazuri Pinto

    What I enjoy about listening to Ak is that he is a logical and critical thinker. The reason why things can never be addressed correctly is people are too literal and once they take something out of context they have short attention spans and move on to the next sensational news. I’ve been listening to rap since the 90’s and I never thought anything I heard in the lyrics was something I should do irl.

  • sigerG82 nwtbs
    sigerG82 nwtbs 4 jam yang lalu

    Great interview

  • megajon collins

    I’ve got to say this was a great interview, I had a my own view on AK before this but just goes to show unless your listening in full it’s not worth listening at all he made a a lot of valid points and came across well. The definition of what you see isn’t always what you get comes to mind. He’s a stand up guy

  • thee tee.
    thee tee.  +978

    “You talking about my mama’s child” still has me cracking up 😂

  • KEVIN GARRIS

    He's a young man who understands that if you're not oppositional you're uninteresting. And in this social media age, that's the death knell for success. He believes what he says, but he amplifies his opinions to garner attention. Every successful person on social media does!

  • 84Victorious

    I am actually really impressed by Ak and how he explained himself. Brilliant interview

  • Marc
    Marc  +13

    He accomplished what he wanted. Get enough reactions in order to interview bigger artists in the industry.

  • MAS MAN
    MAS MAN  +185

    AK is a natural and I like the fact that he shared his inspirations. It's obvious he does his homework and works extremely hard to succeed. You may not like what he says 100 percent of the time, but you have to give him credit for articulating his perspective. He's made for the media lane and handling these entertainment industries.