Everyday Struggle

Season 6

December 08, 2020

Chance Sued by Manager, Lil Baby 'Errbody,' Saweetie & Teyana Label Issues | Everyday Struggle

On Monday’s (Dec. 7) episode of #EverydayStruggle, Nadeska Wayno and DJ Akademiks kick off the show reacting to Floyd Mayweather coming out of retirement to fight Logan Paul in an exhibition match this upcoming February. Next, the crew dissects the recent drama between Chance The Rapper and his former manager, Pat Corcoran, where Chance is being sued over the breach of contract, and blamed for the lack of success of his album  ‘The Big Day.’ Soon after, Ak and Wayno review Lil Baby’s latest singles ‘On Me’ and ‘Errbody’ in their ‘Hit, Brick or Wait On It’ segment. Later, the crew weighs in on Saweetie calling out her label on Twitter for releasing her single ‘Best Friend’ featuring Doja Cat,  too early. Next, the EDS trio then speaks on Teyana Taylor expressing her frustrations with Def Jam on Instagram, stating that she feels “under-appreciated.” Lastly, Akademiks goes through some recent stats in his ‘Ak By The Numbers’ segment. He highlights Bad Bunny’s new album ‘El Ultimo Tour’ debuting at No. 1 and becoming the first Spanish album to reach No. 1 in the history of Billboard 200. Ak also gives chart updates for projects from Pop Smoke, Megan Thee Stallion and Juice WRLD.  


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Everyday Struggle
Everyday Struggle is a daily hip-hop debate show where internet sensation DJ Akademiks and hip-hop veteran Wayno square off on the biggest topics in music and pop culture, moderated by journalist Nadeska Alexis. The hosts bring their fans an in-depth look into the biggest stories in the hip-hop community with commentary, exclusive content, and a behind-the-scenes look at one of the biggest shows in rap. Popular segments throughout the show include The Review, AK by the Numbers, Heat Check, Struggle Mail and more. Conversations and opinions are of the hosts and are not representative of Complex or their guests. Notable celebrities on the show have included 21 Savage, Vince Staples, 2 Chainz, Jeezy, SZA, Erykah Badu, Tory Lanez, and spawned viral moments with rappers like Lil Yachty, Soulja Boy and the Migos. The show launched in April 2017 and airs Monday through Thursday on Complex.