Paul opens the conversation with a very transparent story about his first marriage. He introduces us to a new term we never heard before! “Trap Baby”. (2:50) That leads us into a culturally introspective look at the double standard that exists when it comes to domestic violence and sexual assault. #MENTOO (14:50) The conversation shifts when Calvin makes a powerful statement that “there is safety in marriage.” (29:00) Then, of course, the topic of the day…SEX ROBOTS in 2018? (33:00)This brings us to a very enlightening revelation; it is possible that there is NOT someone for everybody. (39:40) From there Calvin shares the reason why he was crying on his wife’s shoulder. (50:30) And much more.
S.A.L.T. Society welcomes its first “guest” to the show, Dray South.(1:00) He opens up the conversation with a very entertaining story involving two white guys, Frank Ocean, and a woman snorting cocaine.(4:00) After that, Dray South expresses his displeasure in J-Nice’s top 5 in Hip-Hop and gives us his own.(32:30) Dray South makes the claim that T-Pain is Top 5 most influential rappers of all-time.(40:25) We briefly discuss the topic of Net Neutrality (43:58), and the conversations turns heated when we bring up Donald Trump’s “s***hole countries” remark.(53:31) And much more…
Listen to Episode 3 | “Dirt Twerk, Top 5, and Ghetto Therapy” by The S.A.L.T. Society #np on #SoundCloud
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Q: When it comes to fashion, what is your style?
A: Let me just say that one of my biggest pet peeves is going to a function and seeing somebody else rocking what I’m rocking. I will find the most obscure item then, I will have to cut it up or rip it up or something like that. I love wearing hats, especially fedoras, I have a fedora fetish. If my fans want to send me something, please send me a really cool fedora! I love wearing really unique jewelry pieces. I love wearing African print and head wraps. My style is like “Urban-Afro-Rock.”