#ReallyOutHereBoyz Radio airs every Tuesday night on Dash Radio's "The Cut" at 10 PM EST / 7PM PST. This week's episode features a mix from Hot 97's Michael Medium, a discussion on where Cam'Ron has been, and the following songs:
Jim Jones -- Capo Status
Jeezy -- Translator
G Herbo and Lil Bibby -- Gang
Chief Keef feat. Sean Kingston -- Murda Mook
21 Savage -- Red Opps
Man-Z And Charlie Rock -- Understand
Migos feat. Skippa Da Flippa -- Dab
Rick Ross -- Buried In The Streets
Cousin Stizz -- Wave
Curren$y feat. Raekwon -- Michael Knight (Remix)
Bryson Tiller -- Rambo
Playboi Carti -- Beef
G Herbo -- 100 Days, 100 Nights
Scarface -- In Cold Blood
Your Old Droog -- Before I Go
Drake & Future -- Jumpman
T.I. Feat. Cam'Ron and Juelz Santana -- Crown Me
Postaboy -- Jurassic Harlem
The new album by 6lack, East Atlanta Love Letter, enters the Sum'n to Say discussion colosseum. We dig into the heart of his sophomore offering, praise the inventive drive-in movie listening party, and consider what the East Atlanta Love Letter can possibly do next.
Production by Michael Saba: www.youtube.com/user/akhorahilis
Intro music by Slimm Leary
Watch how we did it here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Abgk3VjBmc
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