This week on The Breaks:
- Hosts Confucius and Fresh discuss whether DaBaby was right to have his crew jump a concert promoter who shorted him.
- Both hosts explain why they feel documentaries like “Surviving R. Kelly – Part II: The Reckoning” are necessary to amplify the voices of people of color who have been victims of sexual assault.
- Fresh tells us why he’s not ashamed to be labeled “Industry” in his Unpopular Opinion.
- Both hosts discuss their feelings about the recent crop of podcasts hosted by hip-hop artists like Joe Budden and T. I.
- Confucius encourages Austin hip-hop artists to bring their most professional, high energy selves to their live shows in his Confucius Says segment.