The perfect way to wrap up the entire DB franchise: Raditz and Nappa get wished back and are able to go SS and fuse together. They fuck shit up so bad that the only way Goku and co. can beat them is to blow themselves up too. Vegeta finally comes to terms with the fact that his race was all but gone and Goku realizes that as long as there are Saiyans, there will be war because that's their nature. They all kill themselves, take Nappa, Raditz, Gohan, and Trunks with them. End of Dragon Ball.I would've much rather preferred a Radiz and Nappa vs Goku and Vegeta movie, Frieza is alright but he had his time..
We don't really have a back story with Raditz and Nappa and to see them go SS and beyond and how they would've interacted with Vegeta and Goku again, that alone would've made for a more interesting story..
Rosenberg was born and raised in Chevy Chase, Maryland, to a Capitol Hill staffer father and public school teacher mother. He was introduced to hip hop by his older brother, and has also cited popular songs such as "Parents Just Don't Understand" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince as early influences. Visiting his grandparents in Rockaway Beach in Queens, New York, US, he was influenced by radio shows hosted by DJ Red Alert and Marley Marl. He obtained his first set of turntables at the age of 14 years.
In the summer before his freshman year at the University of Maryland, Rosenberg started hosting a late-night underground hip hop show, From Dusk 'Til Dawn, on campus radio station WMUC-FM. His initial DJ name was "PMD," an acronym for "Peter From Maryland" (a name given to him by Marley Marl while winning a contest on Marl's radio show). After graduating from college, Rosenberg performed as a DJ at a variety of radio stations in the DC area, including WPGC, WHFS and on talk radio at WJFK-FM. He began making online parody videos, which were seen by the soon-to-be program manager of New York's Hot 97 Ebro Darden, and these led to his 2007 hiring at the radio station.
Rosenberg hosts the weekday morning show, The Hot 97 Morning Show, on Hot 97 from 6 to 10 a.m., with Cipha Sounds, Ebro and Laura Stylez. They play contemporary hip hop and R&B tracks, interview musicians, and discuss music, relationships, sex and race in a straightforward style. He also hosts Real Late With Rosenberg on Sunday nights on Hot 97, and he and Cipha Sounds co-host the podcast Juan Epstein, which has featured guests such as Jay-Z, Eminem, Rick Ross and Pusha T. Hot 97 is the most listened-to hip hop station in New York City and Rosenberg has said that he dreamed of being on the station as a child.
Rosenberg is the host of Noisemakers, a hip hop interview series that began in 2008. Past guests include Nas, DJ Premier and Diddy. Interviews take place primarily at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. The series has been described as a hip hop version of Inside the Actor's Studio.
In June 2013, he began hosting a new original video series on Complex TV. On The Process, he interviews new and established hip hop artists about their songwriting approach. The first episode's guest was Raekwon. Other subjects include Prodigy, Schoolboy Q, Azealia Banks, Future and Goodie Mob.
Rosenberg has released two official mixtapes. The first was What's Poppin' Vol. 1 in 2011, with more than half of the rappers from New York. Artists include Action Bronson, The Kid Daytona, Skyzoo, Raekwon, Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, J. Cole, Odd Future and Sugar Tongue Slim. In April 2013, he released his second official mixtape, The New York Renaissance, with new music from A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, Flatbush Zombies, Troy Ave, Smoke DZA and others. He voiced the intro for Rick Ross's 2012 mixtape The Black Bar Mitzvah. He also made an appearance on the track "Sincerely Yours" from Little Brother's sophomore album The Minstrel Show.