- Who y’all think @JerryWess should battle next? @prezmafiabx @MackMel_GRECM @YoungKannon131 @x_factor01
- RT @urltv: If #GunTitles were to jump in the ring again, which of these tandems would u like to see @TheRealTayRoc & @Tsu_Surf face? @CHARL…
- RT @belikeike_: Going off @urltv’s question for #GunTitles match ups. Who wanna see Marv & Quest back?
- RT @Battle_Rap_News: Watch @BRIZZRAWSTEEN and Esco's Collaboration On “Cream 2017” : https://t.co/6RLJ9LeNz5 https://t.co/JarDdgyUvE
- Who would y’all like to see @BRIZZRAWSTEEN battle next? @RumNitty @isthismike_p @onlymrwavy @_kay_shine
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- If #GunTitles were to jump in the ring again, which of these tandems would u like to see @TheRealTayRoc & @Tsu_Surf… https://t.co/3AEXomy8AV
- Who y’all wanna see @Cortez battle next? @BRIZZRAWSTEEN @TheReal_Calicoe @ryda @Sharkcity_Ave or someone else?
VLAD TV | Lord Jamar Blasts Idea That ’90s Hip Hop Lacked a Kanye
With a debut album on Def Jam and while making headlines for his outlandish commentary, Lord Jamar seemed to miss out on the buzz surrounding freshman rapper Vince Staples. The Brand Nubian rapper tells DJ Vlad that he isn’t aware of the budding Long Beach native or his statement that the 90s are overrated because they didn’t have a Kanye. After getting a good laugh, Lord Jamar blamed people for making sales more important than quality or impact of culture within the genre. “Trying to put a critique and a standard on Hip-Hop that is more Euro-based than it is Afro-based.” He explained, “All these idiots are the first ones to always talk about how much they sold, and all of this dumb s***, as if all of that matters when it comes to the quality of Hip-Hop.”
Watch above as Lord Jamar and DJ Vlad go through the “Kanyes” of the Golden Era above.