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In this episode, Wellington and Savon discuss thoughts on how Mac Jones can grow into the Patriots offense, his second year and how good of a chance the Rams have at possibly repeating as Super Bowl champs. Next, they review SZA’s Ctrl (Deluxe) album, analyze how the added songs on here show the transparency she always brings as the anticipation for her sophomore album continues to build. Finally, they review Shantel May’s “Here”, REASON feat. The Game’s “Impalas & Hydraulics” and J.I.D.’s “Dance Now” feat. Kenny Mason plus a throwback review of Mos Def’s Black On Both Sides album.
In the second half, they review Fences, a 2016 period drama film starring, produced and directed by Denzel Washington plus written by August Wilson. The film also stars Viola Davis, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Jovan Adepo and Russell Hornsby; they dive into how this film contained heavy symbolism, the phenomenal performances displayed by Denzel Washington and Viola Davis plus how this film showed the breakdown of family dynamics. Finally, they discuss how well this film was written and the impressive aspects of how Fences was shot plus the aesthetics building on the totality of it all.