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808s and Ankle Breaks Podcast: Episode 30

Meek Mill, Earl Sweatshirt and Markelle Fultz

Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson

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Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson discuss Meek Mill’s “Championships” (16:10), Earl Sweatshirt’s “Some Rap Songs” (24:24) and Markelle Fultz’s recent diagnosis (33:30).

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Jonathan Kermah, Entertainment Editor

"Aim high" -Childish Major

Email Jonathan at [email protected], or follow him on Twitter @JKermah98.

Trevor Wilson, Assistant Entertainment Editor

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808s and Ankle Breaks Podcast: Episode 30