The final episode of the yearlong run of "Complex Live" touches on everything from music to TV to cryptocurrency.
We start off by sitting down with Bow Wow, who talks about this season of "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta" and the recent headlines he's grabbing for online antics. Next, we're joined by singer Justine Skye, who talks about her debut album, Ultraviolet, and why she took a knee while singing the national anthem at a Brooklyn Nets game last year.
Then, the Black Eyed Peas break down their new project, Masters of the Sun, which is a graphic novel that can also be consumed as a virtual or augmented reality experience. We also hear from comedian Tommy Davidson, who starred in "In Living Color," and David Peisner, the author of the upcoming book "Homey Don't Play That," about the classic show. And, finally, we head to the woman behind the cryptocurrency known as Guap Coin, who explains why she's trying to bring it to her community.