Brockton's own SAINT LYOR touched down to chop it up with the gang on this week's special episode of Bad For The Community! Things kicked off with LYOR reflecting back on his Brockton High days (3:30), with LYOR later explaining how he adjusted to the culture shock of attending a PWI (9:30). LYOR also spoke on the generational divides between our generation and our parents, leading us to question whether our generation is narcissistic and desensitized (22:00). With the recent Sesame Place controversy, we also debated on if the incident was racially motivated and whether our society is getting too sensitive nowadays (36:20).
Later on in the episode, we reacted to Kid Cudi making an early exit at Rolling Loud (1:07:55), LYOR spoke on the success of his collective, Van Buren Records (1:19:50), and he also let us know what we can expect musically from him on his next album (1:27:30). It's a jam-packed episode that you definitely don't want to miss out on! Enjoy!
Watch on YouTube for the Full Experience: https://youtu.be/dl1gN0J29Cs
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