This week on The Breaks, Confucius and Fresh:
- Discuss the uptick in COVID-19 cases in Texas, Texas’ second wave of shutdowns and the impact on the service industry in Austin.
- Talk about how Tekashi 6ix9ine finally scored a No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with his collaboration with Nicki Minaj, “TROLLZ”and debate how important reaching No. 1 really is.
- In his Unpopular Opinion, Fresh calls on more R&B artists to put out music that reflects the current moment.
- In his Confucius Says, Confucius looks at how people have treated Noname after she released “Song 33” in response to J. Cole’s “Snow on tha Bluff” and encourages people to stop trying to silence Black women.
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This week on The Breaks, Confucius and Fresh
- Touch what it’s been life to sheltering in place due to COVID-19.
- Discuss how these new circumstances are pushing artist to find creative ways to connect with fans.
- Talk about the new Jay Electronica release “A Written Testimony.”
- Chat about Slim Thug potentially brokering a truce between Trae tha Truth and Z-Ro.
- In his Unpopular Opinion, Fresh reminds people to say inside because COVID-19 does not discriminate.
- Confucius voices his frustration about non-billionaires defending billionaires for their small donations for COVID-19 relief.
- This week’s local song of the week is “It’s All Good” by Paris Aryanna.
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