On this week's episode of Open Late, Peter Rosenberg sat down with Terry Crews for a conversation that covered the actor's life and career, including a special moment he remembers from before Kendrick Lamar became one of the most notable rappers in the game.
"Years ago, like 2004 BET Awards... probably a little later than that. I’m walking with my wife and see this little kid in a hat, the whole deal. I’m like, 'OMG!' I hit my wife, 'Becky! Becky! That’s Kendrick Lamar.' Now he had a mixtape out, Section.80, and I said this dude is the future of hip-hop. [Kendrick] was like, 'Me? You know me?' I said, 'Bro, I work out to you. You are the future!'"
Crews also opened up about coming forward with sexual assault allegations against WME partner Adam Venit.
Smoke DZA, Bodega Bamz, and LevyGrey also came through for a turnt up performance of "The Hustle." The record is off DZA's new album, Not for Sale, which is available to purchase April 20 on iTunes and other retailers.
For the roundtable discussion, Rosenberg linked up with Complex Editor-in-Chief and VP of Content & Development Damien Scott, Miss Info, and Mouse Jones for a debate about whether we're living through hip-hop's Golden Age.