Derek is finally given an opportunity to shine in the studio but his light is quickly dimmed by Smokes’ egotistical ways. Cory confronts Smokes about Shameka. Derek is forced to make a critical decision after finally realizing Smokes is spiraling down a destructive path. Cory is pressured into being someone he is not.
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Cory vents to Smokes about his father not supporting his college ambitions and Smokes gives his opinion on the situation. Derek establishes himself as a dope rapper while in prison. After a night out of trying to make some money, the tables are ironically turned in Smokes favor. He also comes to terms with the fact that working for Tykim is no longer a good look.
Cory and Shameka become an item as they romantically get closer. Derek puts two & two together about Smokes' method of getting money for the completion of his demo. Derek reluctantly continues with their plan and Smokes becomes an instant success using Derek's words.