Lil Baby and Drake Release "Yes Indeed"

15/05/2018 byKHAL

Each week on Open Late With Peter Rosenberg, the illustrious late night host is joined by a panel of guests to hash out some of the biggest topics of the week, giving some deeper insight into the news that's dominated our timelines.

On the latest episode, it was no different, with Detroit's own Tee Grizzley, actress Karrueche Tran, and Racks—who's been doing his thing with his new series Get in Line—diving into the biggest headlines.

For this week's edition of Majour, Maj, or Repug, Rosenberg began with word of Nicki Minaj announcing her album Queen will be released on the same day that her ex Nas is (according to Kanye West) releasing his album. Racks, who really turned up this week, thought it was repug, primarily because he feels that Nicki is becoming the "Vivica Fox" of the rap game, and claimed she's gaining more notoriety for her relationships than her music.

 

 

🤔 @ITSRACKS says Nicki Minaj has become more known for her love life than her music.

Catch the full panel discussion w/ @Tee_Grizzley, @karrueche, & @Rosenbergradio on @ComplexOpenLate @ 10PM.

Next up was Post Malone having the record for most songs concurrently in the top 20, which Tee called "maj," because while he wasn't rocking with Post in the beginning, he feels he's now "snuck his way to the top," although the number talk brought up how you shouldn't compare what people are doing today to what acts like the Beatles did.

Finally, there was a conversation regarding Bhad Bhabie's comments on preferring Trippie Redd to Drake or Kanye. Truth be told, the panel felt that this made sense, primarily because she is 15 and wouldn't relate to the stuff that Drake or 'Ye rap about.

Keep it locked for what our guests will say this week on Open Late With Peter Rosenberg, which airs Thursday nights at 10 p.m. ET on Youtube.com/Complex.

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