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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Morning, everybody at cej NV, Jess Hilarius, Charlamagne, thea God.
We are to Breakfast Club now if you're just joining us,
we're talking about Kendrick Lamar's performance last night.

Speaker 2 (00:11):
Of course, he performed on.

Speaker 1 (00:12):
June teenth out in LA He brought out so many
different people like Doctor Dre, he brought out across his crew,
Jay Rock, Absol and so many more. So we're asking
what were your thoughts on that concert last night? Now, Jess,
you didn't see it, you've seen the clips. What did
you think about the clips? Jess Man, I thought it
was It makes me want to go watch the full concert.

Speaker 3 (00:32):
Like what y'all talking about, Matt John's talking about more
stuff than I saw.

Speaker 1 (00:35):
They You know, these blogs can't cover every single thing,
and they haven't because things that y'all talking about I
didn't even see.

Speaker 3 (00:43):
But from what I did see, I want to watch more.

Speaker 4 (00:45):
So you didn't see when Kendrick bought Drake's daughter up.

Speaker 3 (00:48):
No, you keep staying that, and I think you lying.
You always line he's lying.

Speaker 2 (00:51):
That's that's not true.

Speaker 1 (00:53):
That's not true, And that's what I'm saying.

Speaker 3 (00:56):
That's what I'm saying. If people stop buying the little.

Speaker 4 (00:58):
Books, get on it.

Speaker 3 (01:00):
That line, I thought the show was you are gonna
die line.

Speaker 1 (01:07):
Now the show last night, I thought, I thought it
was dope. I seen it on Amazon on an Instagram page.
You can go to Instagram page at a link to twitch,
and I just thought it was dope. I just thought
it was so LA, And I loved the fact that
they kept it so LA, like every LA artist that
was out there that just starting off with with DJ
Head who brought him out, to Muscle who brought out
TI dollarsan Yg and Roddy Ridge to to Kendrick who

just bodied it, and it just felt like a big
LA family reunion. It just felt like the city needed
that and I love to see it.

Speaker 5 (01:37):
Well, you can't even call it a reunion because it's
something that's never happened, Like when you bring all those
LA rappers from different hoods together on stage to show
unity and it's no issues, you know, and like Kendrick said,
one West, that's unprecedented. Man Like, Like I was sitting
back watching it, like yo, Nipsey is loving this because
that's something that he always, you know, talked about bringing
all of the different sets and all of the different

hoods together.

Speaker 4 (01:59):
But yeah, it was fantastic. I thought it was.

Speaker 5 (02:02):
I thought it was spiritual, like it was the epitome
of culture. Too black, too strong, you know. And there's
this quote that I love, and the quote is, where
there is unity, there is always victory. And Kendrick Lamar
took one hell of a victory lap last night.

Speaker 1 (02:16):
Yeah, And people always talk about competition and the competitiveness
of hip hop, which it is, but last night it
showed a different side, just unity. Just to see all
of them different, like you said, so many different people
from so many different hoods on that stage and throwing
up whatever said they was repping and that picture to
show that they could be unified. So I hope it
goes beyond that concert, and I hope it stays like that.

But I just thought it was an amazing concert last night.

Speaker 4 (02:39):
Me too. And you said something else just now you said.

Speaker 5 (02:42):
I forgot what you said, but whatever you said, it
made me think that, Yeah, Kendrick Lamar has no competition, right,
there is no peer to Kendrick Lamar, Like you know,
he really does stand alone when he said on like that,
there's no big three, it's just big me that is
an absolute fact, and it's not even close.

Speaker 2 (03:01):
Hello, who's this?

Speaker 6 (03:03):

Speaker 2 (03:06):
Hey, I teach you?

Speaker 3 (03:07):
Good morning, good morning, good morning.

Speaker 6 (03:09):
That's hilarious. DJ and Salomon the Vibe.

Speaker 3 (03:12):
Good morning girl.

Speaker 2 (03:13):
What do you think about the show?

Speaker 7 (03:15):

Speaker 6 (03:16):
I think the show was mad litt First of all,
I was watching it on Amazon Prime and I was
watching on my phone with to see DJ Academics because
I had to see his face, you know, be disappointed. Okay,
you know how all are. So I was excited about that.
I was like, let me towards it to see what
he has to say. I love the fact that DJA

had brought out people that I'm not familiar with. You know,
I'm I'm really from New York, so I'm not familiar
with the West Coast Vibe yep and those artists. I
love the fact that we got to see Tommy the Clown.
I didn't know who was still alive. So I'm glad
to get to see the company that I enjoyed. I
grew up with watching with the Rise video. DJ Muslin
was lit. It took me back to college. I went

to sim In College or shout out to or AHBCU.
So I love like the music. I like how he
blew yz and then of course he come with a
man tendri. He was a small dude. I didn't know
he was that short. Were he was a small dude
with a powerful voice. First of all, he didn't Drake
nor water on stage. He had a great breath control,
very great lung control. Okay, so let's shout out to him.

The fact that he start up with a fourier. I
loved grit, the fact that the crowd knew it word
by word by bar by bar. That was chef kiss Okay.
I felt like I was in the audience, ordo, I
was at home comfortable. I love the fact that he
changed the lyrics in your Fouria. There were two lyrics
he changed. One way he told Drake, yo, you gotta

give me that talk ring before I respect you. And
then also and before he mentioned in three hours, but
in the performance he mentioned two hours because Drake is
now in Texas. So I love that. Then I love
the fact that he stopped at a minor. I think
that was a great powerful impact. And they find the
fact it's time. Okay, So I feel like Drake not Drake.

I felt like, well, you know, Drake did what Drake
always do, which is like post something after the whole
the bacles. But I feel like Kendis Lamar really did
it for the culture, and he really put everyone together
and I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I feel like everything
he did was the remnants of like bringing the West
Coast together and bringing hip hop back, which was actually

missed it from what we have now with Michael Wave rappers.

Speaker 4 (05:29):
He definitely made that. He definitely, absolutely positively did that.

Speaker 3 (05:34):
Yo, she the only call that we need right again.

Speaker 5 (05:38):
That was fantastic and to her point, to her point,
Euphoria is not an easy song to perform, so if
you start off with that, I would need a simple
water right after that record.

Speaker 4 (05:49):
Right right?

Speaker 2 (05:51):

Speaker 3 (05:51):
Who's this?

Speaker 4 (05:54):

Speaker 5 (05:56):

Speaker 2 (05:56):
Hey? What's your name? Mamma?

Speaker 6 (05:59):
I'm Erica.

Speaker 2 (06:00):
Hey, good morning. What did you think about the performance
last night? The show?

Speaker 6 (06:04):

Speaker 3 (06:04):
So why I'm from the city Kansas.

Speaker 4 (06:08):
By the way, Okay, Kansas.

Speaker 7 (06:13):
But nah, I call.

Speaker 6 (06:15):
My first contract world concert I went through was great.

Speaker 7 (06:20):
And oh you must have went to the club Paradise though,
yeah what that means now though it was like.

Speaker 8 (06:31):
A full circle, like I don't understand, like you opened
it for the Manning.

Speaker 4 (06:36):
And what that means, Like, what right while y'all, I
mean I used to open, now I close. What's the problem.

Speaker 2 (06:46):
I mean.

Speaker 1 (06:48):
A competitive I mean it's it's like anything else I've
I've opened up for DJ's before when I was getting started.

Speaker 2 (06:53):
Is it is what it is, and DJs I compete with.

Speaker 4 (06:57):
That's that's how the world goes.

Speaker 5 (06:58):
Some days you would days you were bottom, you just
just you just never know what's gonna happen in life.

Speaker 2 (07:05):
Where the beauty of life and where you're at right now,
you bottom man?

Speaker 4 (07:09):
Shut up.

Speaker 1 (07:10):
We're talking about Kendrick Lamar. Last night he performed Juneteenth
out in l a.

Speaker 6 (07:15):

Speaker 2 (07:15):
It was a great time too because it started at
four pm. End of that was seven pm.

Speaker 8 (07:20):
That was.

Speaker 5 (07:22):
That's why I got to respect the young boy, Kendrick Man.
Kendrick be looking out for the old man, like you
know what I'm saying. Like I was in the I
was in bed at a reasonable time last night. That
was fantastic.

Speaker 2 (07:33):
So we're asking what did you think about the show
last night?

Speaker 3 (07:36):

Speaker 6 (07:36):
Who's this yo?

Speaker 2 (07:38):
This is from.

Speaker 3 (07:43):
Five four year year man?

Speaker 2 (07:46):
All right, d what you think last night?

Speaker 6 (07:48):

Speaker 9 (07:48):
Look, I know you still call the show I did not,
But I'm just listening to y'all for this morning and
my old thing. See, I don't feel like he should
have did not like us sixth times.

Speaker 4 (08:03):
You ain't even watch it. I don't even see it.

Speaker 3 (08:06):
What are you talking about? When do you see it?

Speaker 2 (08:08):
But why you don't think he should have performed it?

Speaker 9 (08:10):
Because Junie teenth was something that was saying us, you know,
celebrate us, not to promote the beef.

Speaker 5 (08:19):
For you, young man, young man, there is nothing more
June teenth than Kendrick Lamar's last verse or not like
us when he breaks down, Uh you know, uh, how
how the white man used to colonize us, colonized Atlanta
culture like it was.

Speaker 4 (08:38):
There's nothing more June teenth than that verse. What are
you talking about versus something like he said, what batter.

Speaker 3 (08:43):
Day than on Junior teenth to pop out and show niggas?
What are you talking about?

Speaker 4 (08:47):
That's right.

Speaker 9 (08:48):
I'm I just feel me personally like as a as
a young man. You didn't see I was misunderstood. I
did not see it.

Speaker 5 (08:56):
I'm just back and talk to us and tell us
if you still feel that way after you actually see it.

Speaker 4 (09:02):
But it was beautiful.

Speaker 1 (09:03):
I will say this I did see a lot of
comments which I really didn't understand. You could tell people
didn't see the show, and it was just people that
just wanted to make negative comments. People were saying, well,
why would he do that on Junet? Why would he
tear another black man down? I see he tore down
a biracial You shut up. He wasn't talking to drake
black side. Shut up, man, you're talking to Drake's white side.
Drake is still black, but I've seen a lot of
people talking to his white side. But what people got

to understand this was bigger than than him and Drake Beef.
What he did for LA on that stage was unifying
a bunch of different hoods, was unifying a bunch of
different gangs, was unifying a lot of those people that
were on that stage before that. If they seen each
other on a different block, it probably would have went left.
So what he did on that stage was bigger than Drake,
was bigger than hip hop.

Speaker 2 (09:45):
It was for that culture.

Speaker 5 (09:47):
If Kendrick has to sacrifice Drake's white side in order
to bring all those black and brown people together in LA.

Speaker 4 (09:54):
It's a worthy sacrifice. Oh my goodness, it's a worthy sacrifice.

Speaker 2 (10:00):
Light, kiss you on the mouth one day? Hello, who's this?

Speaker 4 (10:03):
Did you've been stopping with your fas.

Speaker 2 (10:07):

Speaker 3 (10:07):
What's up?

Speaker 5 (10:07):

Speaker 2 (10:07):
What was your thoughts?

Speaker 3 (10:10):
A man?

Speaker 8 (10:11):
That show last night was incredible. I had so much
fun watching it from my phone and garage could wake
up the kids. But my thoughts on is that I
wanted to share was that I feel like every song
could be played was low key directed that Drake also
he started to win Euphoria. The second song was DNA

all right. Then the third song after.

Speaker 4 (10:35):
That was.

Speaker 7 (10:37):
Element Yeah, and uh, I don't know.

Speaker 8 (10:41):
It was just awesome. It was also awesome to see
Russell Westbrook there, Lebron James was in the crowd, Rick Ross,
James Harden was the crowd. I mean a lot of
people came together to really show support for Kendrick and
it was It was awesome.

Speaker 5 (10:57):
Don't get it twisted. Drake gonna be doing a lot
of following and blocking the day. You hear me if
Drake was in any NBA group chats he getting out
the day out of the getting out when.

Speaker 2 (11:10):
We come back, we got just with the mess jests
what we're talking about. Chests looked like she just ate
so much.

Speaker 5 (11:17):
Food, movie breakfast. I'm telling you, I wish you to
took a picture of her trade. She had a movie breakfast.
She had oatmeal, waffles, grits, eggs, sausage, orange juice, fruit.

Speaker 2 (11:30):
Yes I did.

Speaker 3 (11:32):
And y'all just making y'all over there hungry. But meanwhile,
y'all doing the breakfast club. That's crazy. We're talking about
Remy and Son.

Speaker 1 (11:41):
All right, we'll get to that next. That gotta be
a meme. It's just laid back. It looked like her
hand was in her crotch and she was just chilling.
It's the breakfast club. Going to just with the message next,
wake that ass up in the morning.

Speaker 4 (11:56):
Breakfast club

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