"The Q" is back and heading to the lone star state as we have special guest R&B artist Yung Skool from TX on our show. This is courtesy of Texas2Philly Radio and Velvet Jackson! We also have new music with not only Yung Skool, but returning artists Counkie and Bamboozled 313 on the line-up with 8 Bar Challenge winners B.Dubs and Gemini! Plus our FCOTW involves China's recent tech upgrade to a public restroom that goes beyond ridiculous! Check us out right now!
Special Guest: Yung Skool
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