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B- Easy does not appear on this episode so it’s not official WMAS. I’m DJ Paul and this is Da Mafia Six, when Juicy J comes back we will give you the Three 6 Mafia version of the podcast.
On the Good Kid, Ratchet City version of WMAS, actor and playwright, Brian Egland details the long road to his first IMDB credit, reviews Empire, The Haves and Haves Nots, and Scream Queens, recommends Tina Mabry‘s Mississippi Damned on Netflix, gives backhanded compliments to Beyonce and Tyler Perry, highlights the Black wins and snubs of the Emmy’s, remembers what it’s like having Short-T as a director, and discusses Michael B Jordan’s decision to only go after roles written for White characters.
Short-T recommends Fresh Dressed, the Sacha Jenkins directed documentary of the rise and fall of Black owned clothing lines such as FUBU, Cross Colours, Karl Kani, Coogi, etc. and the influence of Hip-Hop culture in high end fashion. It is available on VIMEO and iTunes.