When discussing the merits between Wyclef Jean and his Fugees bandmate, Lauryn Hill, the crew got into a deep conversation about the semantics and mechanics of songwriting. They spoke about the contradictions and similarities between lyrical rappers and those who know how to write a hit song. They preached the importance of respecting those who have longevity in the rap game, using Joe’s Pump It Up as a prime example of becoming a staple and how difficult of a task that really is. Of course, such analysis would lead to a talk about Atlanta vs. New York rappers yet again. In doing so, the crew would go over the Atlanta classics and realize that Atlanta has much more depth than Joe originally thought. They would enjoy their time closing out the pod reminiscing about the great classic songs from the different regions of the closing.