Zion's Uncertainty in New Orleans, Curren$y, The Alchemist's Continuance Review and Friday Night Lights Review


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By Graftedvine Media, Wellington Burns, and Savon Morris. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

In this episode, Wellington and Savon discuss Steph Curry’s record-setting performance in the All-Star Game, thoughts on a potential return from Lebron to Cleveland down the road with the potential of playing with his son and also the reports of Zion being an absent teammate and his uncertain future in New Orleans. They also review Curren$y, The Alchemist’s Continuance album, Big K.R.I.T.’s Digital Roses Don’t Die and the disappointments of this album not matching up to his previous work. Finally, they review Vince Staples and Mustard’ new single “Magic”, Denzel Curry’s “Walkin” single and review the highly impressive Intimidated EP from KAYTRANADA.

In the second half, they review Friday Night Lights, the 2004 sports drama film co-written and directed by Peter Berg. Starring Billy Bob Thornton, Derek Luke, Lucas Black and Connie Britton; they dive into how this a very realistic sports film based on the daily pressures these players faced on the field; when it comes to expectations in Texas. They also discuss Derek Luke’s phenomenal performance as Boobie Miles, why this film is a Top-5 sports film ever and why every character felt as though they were perfectly placed in the right spot; as it had to happen; with Peter Berg having the right vision for this movie.

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