Too $hort just recently provided props to the more youthful generation of rap artists, stating that older rap artists require to obtain with the moments.
Too $hort, regardless of being a professional rap artist in his very own right, called out the older generation in hip jump for hating on younger artists throughout a meeting on the Big Facts podcast with DJ Scream, Big Bank as well as Baby Jade.
“If you a OG and you lookin’ at these youngsters slide in the game, they got hit records … you see it and you goin’, ‘That shit is trash.’ How is it trash if this n***a makin’ all this money, and all these people like what he’s doin’? How is that trash?” Short asked. “Cause when I was a young n***a, they said it was trash and I knew what the value of it was and I knew people loved it.”
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He included, “You just hatin’ on em cause it’s different than what you did. You hatin’ cause you saying he ain’t spitting bars. I talk to the young homies and they say he spittin’ bars!”
He took place to mention Young Thug as an instance of a young musician whose songs has actually triggered a generational divide in hip jump. $hort confessed that he really did not always comprehend Thug’s songs in the beginning, yet might inform today that it had worth to a brand-new generation of followers as well as was as a result vital.
Appreciating more youthful musicians might be a lesson $hort found out by hand, having actually confessed in April that he refused to listen to a beat from Kanye West back in the very early 2000s.
Check out $hort’s remarks on the Big Facts podcast listed below.