Gobe, Gi (Raval Lavar) and Brytnie Devon open the episode by discussing Da Baby’s latest incident in the news. They share their thoughts about what happened and Da Baby’s reaction. Was it extreme? They transition into reviewing “Suga” x Megan Thee Stallion, “Eternal Atake” x Lil Uzi Vert, and “Chilombo” x Jhene Aiko. Which album did you like best? They share the results of last week’s poll and have an intense conversation about the impact of the 2013 song “Control” x Big Sean. Since Kendrick’s infamous verse, did the artist he called out accept the challenge and release their best projects? 

Lobs:

“Naked Silhouettes” x Ohana Bam 

Lyric of the Week: 

“Tell me whatcha say now?/Tell me whatcha say/Come again? 

If you cannot stay down/Then you do not have to pretend/ 

Like there is no way out/ I shoulda never let you in/ 

‘Cause you got me face down” 

-“The Worst” x Jhene Aiko 

Gobe, Gi (Raval Lavar) and Brytnie Devon return with a loaded episode. To begin, they discuss their introductions to Drake, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole’s musical catalog. They share some of their favorite songs by each artist. Who is the best out of the three  rappers? Is “DAMN” deeper than “To Pimp A Butterfly”? They also share thoughts on the single “SPLITDECISION” x PND. They transition into reviewing “My Turn” x Lil Baby and singles “Chicago Freestyle” & “When to Say When” x Drake. As a conversation topic, we share our thoughts about mental health in the music industry, as well as Meg the Stallion’s contract troubles. As always give us your three cents. 

Lobs:

Synthetic Soul x Chiiild, Sinthesize x Terrace Martin 

Lyric of the Week: 

“Now, in a perfect world, I probably won’t be insensitive/Cold as December, but never remember what winter did/I wouldn’t blame you for mistakes I made or the bed I laid/Seems like I point the finger just to make a point, nowadays.” - Pride x Kendrick Lamar 

 

This week, 3 for a Dolla podcast is joined by special guest @itsDJGB. We recap Pardi Gras 4’s (@weliketopardi) week of events and Lari Pati (@laripatidotcom) where DJ GB was a featured DJ in the lineup. We discuss “Trap Soul” x Bryson Tiller and briefly touch on “Got it Made” x Kamaiyah. Did Bryson pave the way for the “Trap Soul” sound? Is Bryson’s sophomore album a disappointment? DJ GB shares his upcoming projects and shows and drops gems on the differences between the world wide reception of Hiphop versus R&B. As always, give us your three cents!  

February 19, 2020

Dont Box Me In - Episode 214

Gobe, Raval Lavar , and Brytnie Devon are back to review "Hopeless Romantic' by Tink and "The Slow Rush" by Tame Impala. The Reviews are followed by a fruitful discussion about the career of Lil wayne and if Birdman was really looking out for him by not letting him drop the "Carter 5". Finally we close with Quentin Miller's IG rant about "If your reading this its too late" and if we think it was warranted or not. As always give your 3 cents and enjoy!

February 12, 2020

No Rap Cap - Episode 213

Gobe, Gi (Raval Lavar), and Brytnie Devon return and recap this week’s news including  Ari Lennox’s apology to Gayle King and Oprah and Jussie Smollet’s indictment. We also build our personal Olympic choir team with artists such as: Kelly Price, Beyoncé, and Ariana Grande. Who would you add or take away? We transition into reviewing the following albums: “Fuck the World” x Brent Faiyaz, “Black Habits” x D Smoke, and “The Price of Tea in China” x Boldy James. Lastly, we discuss Billie Eilish’s comments regarding storytelling and cap in today’s music and we share a heated response from an artist! Did Billie have a point? As always, give us your 3 cents! 

Part 2 of the 3foradolla Top albums of 2019 recap is here! Gobe, Raval Lavar, and Brytnie Devon attempt to set aside their difference and create a combined 3foradolla Top Ten albums of 2019 list. This is easier said than done as everyone has vastly different individual lists. Tune in to hear the process and the bicker and of course as always give us your 3 cents. 

This week, Gobe, Gi (Raval Lavar), Brytnie Devon discuss Ebro’s from Hot97 latest comment on Eminem’s work ethic. Did he have a point? Is Eminem still one of the greatest of all time? They also recap 2019’s albums and reveal their individual Top 20 Albums of 2019 lists. As they discuss, they share their process of creating the lists and narrowing down albums. Common albums between the three include: “Wow...That’s Crazy” x Wale, “Chasing Summer” x SiR, and “Revenge of the Dreamers III” x Dreamville. We also express a sincere R.I.P to Kobe Bryant and GiGi Bryant. We send love and light to his family and fans. As always, give us your three cents. 

3 for a Dolla podcast is joined this week by Murdock (IG & Twitter: @amurdock_ii) and Bintou (IG: @binnyyy_). We discuss the newly released music video, “Life is Good” x Future and Drake. We also give an in-depth review of J.Cole’s sophomore album released in 2013, “Born Sinner”. Is “Born Sinner” J.Cole’s best album? Is it a classic? Lastly, we dive into Murdock’s mixtape “Process towards Progress” and discuss making the mixtape, his gift of motivational speaking, and his career path of being a lawyer. As always, give us your three cents.

This week’s episode, Gi (Raval Lavar) and Brytnie Devon are joined by Diop (IG & Twitter: Dioooop) and Double A (IG: @doubleamuzic & Twitter: @doubleamuzic_). We discuss the 2020 Coachella lineup and review albums “The Jungle is the Only Way Out” x Mereba and “Wow...That’s Crazy” x Wale. Lastly, we discuss Diop & Double A’s collab project “It Takes A Little More”, released Dec. 2019 and available on all streaming platforms. As we interview the two artists, they provide candid insights into their journey in making this project, as well as, their development as artists.

In the last episode of the year, Gobe, Gi (Raval Lavar), and Brytnie Devon recap Moments with Murdock. Following the recap, the trio review “JACKBOYS” x JACKBOYS, “Back at Burnie’s” x Curren$y, and “My present” x DaniLeigh. To wrap up the episode, they discuss Drake’s interview with Rap Radar. As always, give us your three cents. See you next episode in 2020.

 

Lyric of the week:

“I'm just as famous as my mentor
But that's still the boss, don't get sent for

Get hype on tracks and jump in front of a bullet you wasn't meant for

Cause you don't really wanna hear me vent more

Hot temper, scary outcome

Here's a reason for niggas that's hatin' without one

That always let they mouth run

Bench players talkin' like starters, I hate it

Started from the bottom, now we here, nigga, we made it

Yeah, Tom Ford Tuscan Leather smellin' like a brick

Degenerates, but even Ellen love our shit

Rich enough that I don't have to tell 'em that I'm rich

Self explanatory, you just here to spread the story, wassup”


“Tuscan Leather” - Drake

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