Dak's Time Off, Ari Lennox's age/sex/location Review and Above the Rim

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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 are joined by special guest Kevin Garcia, a good friend of the show, to discuss Dak Prescott’s recent injury and him being out for multiple weeks because of it. They also discuss early concerns for the Cardinals and Packers plus if the Chargers could be a legitimate dark horse in the AFC. Next, they review Ari Lennox’s new album age/sex/location and discuss the high-level production and also did this measure up to her last album. They also review Domo Genesis’ latest album Genesis’ Intros, Outros and Interludes plus close out with a review of KAYTRANADA and Anderson Paak’s new song “Twin Flame” and analyze how the artists collaborated along with the sly vocals from Anderson Paak.

In the second half, they review Above the Rim, the 1994 sports drama film co-written and directed by Jeff Pollack in his directorial debut. Starring Tupac Shakur, Duane Martin, Marlon Wayans and Leon Robinson, they dive into how this film contained a memorable Tupac performance and also was not a typical sports movie but highlighted talent being corrupted by the street game. Finally, they discuss the quality level of basketball that was played, Birdie’s menacing character and how the realism of this film; is what made it ahead of it’s time and a more relatable 90’s film.

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