Erykah Badu and The Music Snobs discuss Nas, Tevin Campbell and others in this discussion of artists and their fatal flaws. In the second installment of their chat Erykah Badu dives in with a sincere complaint against Nas’ beat selection; the issue of less than stellar production is a component of his catalog that she – and many of his fans – feel has limited his success post-Illmatic. Her statements make a good argument for the return or at least the mention of MC Serch, who was instrumental in overseeing the production on Nas’ classic golden-era debut. The crew continues the discussion, breaking down the most glaring faux pas and bothersome aspects of the music coming from some of their favorite artists; Talib Kweli and Eric Benet make a pretty big splash before the discussion ends with a dedication to George Duke. Check the track below to listen to the roundtable discussion from The Music Snobs and Erykah Badu. Check out more from The Music Snobs at themusicsnobs.com.