Philadelphia got Roc’d over the weekend. Jay-Z performed “99 Problems” and “Bonnie & Clyde”. Hov still has the game in his pocket at his age. Memphis Bleek and Freeway after the jump.
This is sort of comical that I came across this article because I had discussed this topic last week with Rukas, the founder and president of StreetHop.com. Game did an interview for DJ Vlad and discussed his opinion on rapper Lil B. With little to no surprise, when Game is handed a specific topic, he can’t hold his tongue.
He went on to spit about the Based God [Lil B] and how he has a top tier pick for him on his Wackest Rapper list and went on to explain why and also to disuss Rass Kass as the second choice after all of their beef and scuffles over the years. Mr. Chuck Taylor also named Lil Zane, Vanilla Ice and Memphis Bleek to that list.The R.E.D. Album in stores August 23rd.
Here’s what Game said about Lil B:
“This is crazy man, the wackest rapper [is] Lil B. He’s got to get it, ” he said. “I heard him on [Lil] Wayne’s [mixtape] Sorry 4 the Wait [on 'Grove St. Party (Freestyle)'], and that was it. That was it. I couldn’t [listen to him again], that was it…I never heard really anything else [he's recorded] that I could even [compare it to] to call it wack, but I remember I heard [his verse] and that’s what it was it.”
“Ras Kass – not lyrically, but rappers as a whole. We’ve got to incorporate that,” he explained. “When you’re judging, you’ve got to remember to think about every entity [of his character]. So at first, we were talking about wack at rapping, but now we’re talking about wack rappers. The reason why he’s wack is because he does wack rapper shit. He gets the number two spot, and my fist may just be biased to that, but he slides in at number two.”
Ah, feels good to be back. Long work weekends make for slow posts by me. Anyways, Memphis Bleek drops a track that everyone and their grandmother is calling their ‘theme song’. It’s a dope track but not my ‘theme song’. The Process coming November 24th.
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