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DMC: "We need to Over Flood Hip-Hop with Kendrick Lamar & opportunity The Rappers"

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every now and then, artists use their systems to bemoan the state of hip-hop. Few present options, but many have complaints. In a new state-of-the-union-like handle to UK outlet Double Down news, Run-DMC's DMC himself sits down to explain precisely how he believes hip-hop can path relevant.
"hearken to hip-hop radio," DMC suggested. "all the fucking information is about codeine and Xanax. There's no longer one rapper there rapping: 'I never acquired high a day in my lifestyles!' We want dudes in hip-hop that don't get high. We need dudes in hip-hop that ain't in the street game, we should over flood hip-hop with Kendrick Lamar and possibility The Rappers."
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certain, just one problem: both Kendrick Lamar and probability The Rapper have made songs that aspect gang life and substance use and abuse. chance published he very nearly lost himself to a Xanax addiction on 2016's "finish Line." He has a tra ck with Future entitled "Smoke ruin," the contents of which are exactly as the title suggests. Kendrick Lamar's song touches on alcoholism, violence, and the probability that he might also have even killed a person. 
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it is in this moment, DMC lets his ardour for hip-hop eclipse his enhanced judgment as this place is nothing if not misinformed.
Yet, it's no longer complicated to see how he arrived at this position. both Kendrick Lamar and opportunity The Rapper are brazenly spiritual rappers, notwithstanding they speak to God in alternative ways through their track. each artists existing as more polished and obtainable than any upcoming rapper with a face tattoo. whereas it may be effortless to bear in mind how DMC has come to this conclusion, we additionally have to admit that his take—notably given how unaligned it's with the artists' content—reeks of r espectability politics.
yes, DMC did present us a solution to repair hip-hop's "stagnant" state, however it is one steeped in bad ideology that keeps track from being organic and limits expression. A shame, as a result of across his 10-minute handle, DMC makes myriad legitimate features concerning the failure of hip-hop radio, the magnitude of rap groups, and the essence of the style. 
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