In episode 21 of the Way, Jazz and Tae get serious about relationships and get a male perspective from their guests and local rap group, New Track City. Everyone agrees that communication is key in any relationship, but why does it seem like everyone’s version of communication differs in certain situations.
Jazz and Tae get to know a little bit more about Dru and Bem, with an icebreaker you can NOT miss. 😉
Don’t miss New Track City discussing their music history, while also touching on their major hip-hop influences and teasing a big new project coming out next year.
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Important links for more information below:
New Track City
Search “New Track City” on any streaming service to listen to their music now.
Here’s a link to their newest single, Keep it Trill (music.apple.com/us/album/keep-it-…1394?i=1452991395)
The Way Jazz and Tae
YouTube: The Way with Jazz and Tae
Instagram and Twitter: @sry_boutit
Shantaé Song of the Week
Doin’ Too Much by Kash Doll –
Rules by Doja Cat –
Jasmine Song of the Week
Ready Set by Kash Doll –
Bem’s Album of the Week
Jesus is King by Kanye –
Dru’s Album of the Week
Port of Miami 2 by Rick Ross – k