Rhymefest Blasts Chief Keef, Interscope Over Promoting Violent Music

Rhymefest takes on Chief Keef and his label Interscope over the Chicago upstart's violent lyrics.

Earlier this month, Chief Keef shocked fans with the news that he had signed to Interscope with a publishing deal under Dr. Dre. But not everyone's celebrating the 17 year old rapper's success; now, in a recent guest post with Analog Girls In a Digital World, fellow Chi-Town emcee Rhymefest speaks on why Chief Keef's music is a detriment to society.

In the post, Rhymefest described Keef as an intellectual bomb that misrepresents African-Americans. He also blasted Keef's new-found home Interscope and the major radio stations that continue to endorse and make a profit off of his music. 'Fest continued on, lashing out at Waka Flocka Flame and Rick Ross, whom he said share equal blame in poisoning the minds of the youth.

"Chief Keef is a 'bomb,' he represents the senseless savagery that white people see when the news speaks of Chicago violence," he said. "A bomb has no responsibility or blame, it does what it was created to do: DESTROY! Notice, no one is talking about the real culprits, the bomb maker or the pilot who is deploying this deadly force (labels, radio stations). It's easier to blame the bomb...who is bank rolling this operation and why? This could only be described as an opportunity for this young man if he was receiving artist development, responsible mentorship and counseling for his obvious trauma...major record labels always put million dollar life insurance policies on artist of this nature so that they get paid one way or the other."

He continued, "[Chief Keef] is a spokesman for the Prison Industrial Complex. Every corporation is expected to grow at least 4% each quarter, many prisons are privately owned with stock being traded on the open market. If these corporations were to do commercials, jingles and promotions who would they hire? You got it, most of the main stream rappers we salivate over like Rick Ross the former correctional officer turned Drug Lord Boss rapper. Waka Flocka Flame gang bang “GO HARD IN THE PAINT” and Chief Keef the newest lottery pick in the 'Get paid to destroy young minds, like we destroyed yours' sweepstakes."

Check out the full blog over at Analog Girls In a Digital World.

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179 Comments

  • Chief keef

    This is ridiculous what do you expect from a 18 year old from chicago slums? Blame the music industry not the kids trying to support there team and family.Someone has to put food on the table.

  • Pleuto

    Rhymefest is an idiot for this. A kid comes out spitting true stories about his own life... and some monkey tries to take his success away from him saying that because he lived through those situations, he shouldn't be allowed to rap? Maybe he should have done what you did Fest, so he could be scraping the pot in 10 years finding other successful kids to fuck with too. SMH.

  • BeautifullyGifted

    Before we condemn we must first begin to understand. In so many ways we don't even realize that we all play a role. Many of us are quick to write youth off as "bad" or "too far gone" and abandon or isolate them, but how many will fight past their pain enough to save them. I truly believe that love is powerful enough to overcome the ugliest circumstances, and every human life is deserving of it. Don't give up on Chief Keef and thousands of other youth like him just because you can't relate to them. I don't condone violence and destruction in any shape, form, or fashion but I can see the method behind the madness. As ugly, harsh, and violent as it is, it's still their reality. That is something no one has the right to discredit because they live it everyday. It's no excuse, but it has to be taken into consideration. The harder we all fight against them and point the finger, the harder they will fight back to prove we don't know their struggle. There has to be a better approach than judgmental bias opinion from the outside looking in. If you can't relate to them or at least meet them where they're at, why would they listen to you? You have to get into the trenches with them. If we plan on doing anything about this dangerous growing trend, the approach has to change.

  • Smoke

    dumb ass fuck ass nigga

  • Donnie

    Dont be jelous cuz all you do is blast mfers

  • hiphopsinceFOREVER

    Young black men really live that life on a daily basis. Who the fuck are they supposed to look up to? Most of their elders are not even in a position to raise them right. The hood is a breeding nest for such niggadom. Dont hate the player hate the mothafuckin game pimpin

  • hiphopsinceFOREVER

    Rhymefest is just an Uncle Tom

  • hiphopsince93

    WTF is this? Niggas is writing books and shit on a fuckin hip hop website. I cant even read that yo. Basically, Fest is right to a degree but you cant blame rappers. They're promoted by companies which are run by rich white men who go home to a well secured, multimillion dollar mansion in the burbs.

  • Com

    I agree. I'm tired of labels exploiting these stereotypical black images for profits. Yes, we have no right to say what an artist should or should not make, but they themselves should be responsible and aware of the messages they're sending out. I really don't think that's too much to ask, either.

  • BLACK

    HEY YO NIGGAZ WRITIN BOOKS TO THIS SHIT SON...SHIT IS REAL OUT IN THESE INTRAWEBS!

  • Swag

    Man ya'll niggaz is sum real hatin' ass bitches bruh. Chief Keef eats ya'llz favorite rapper up on sum real shit bruh.

  • Anonymous

    "You mean to say Drake?" On Drake's next album he's going to rap about his addiction to gummi bears.

  • Anonymous

    fuck chief keef nd dick doss

  • pienman

    indeed, i respect & second whole heartly everything that fest spoke which is the TRUTH! no hate thrown to the lil man keef, but "come on, Son"... really, really! did u see his interview with the breakfast club... some of his stage performances... what happened to artist development! the dude became a overnite sensation from Kanye remix to his banger "i don't like'... the lil homie said he aint even meet Kanye! which is fuckin' sad!

  • Mike

    Like crabs in a bucket. Pulling each other down. Let the man shine and get paid. I'm a college grad that's been listening to rap music all my life. I've never killed anyone or sold drugs. You know why? Because I had a mom who taught me right from wrong. I hate how we blame music and video games for violence in this country. How about us as parents we step up, raise are kids right, put are kids through school, and have them learn something. and about the argument about our images makes us look negative to white people, those type of white people (not all), who hate black people for the rap gangsta image will ALWAYS hate us. 60 years ago when there were segregation and they were burning done black churches there was no Waka Flaka or Rick Ross promoting negative images of blacks. 200 years ago when there were jim crow laws and the KKK was formed there was no chief keef talking about killing. Those type of white people will ALWAYS HATE/FEAR BLACKS NO MATTER WHAT WE DO. This happens all over the world too not just here. What we need to do is to go to school and make some money start building and buying shit and not worry about what they think of us so much.

    • mike

      ACCOUNTABILITY starts at HOME. I understand good parents can have troubled kids that's why it takes a village to raise a child. We're all in this together. There's violence in movies, tv, books, in the world shit look at the wars that's going on. Should Al pacino & Robert De Niro be accountable for the gangsta movies they starred in? Say sorry for portraying gangstas and thugs? "these kids are in their head phones, tv, internet 85% of the day" THATS THE PROBLEM RIGHT THERE. Take away the phone, tv, radio, internet, and put a book in your kids hands. Now I'm not hating on Rhymefest and I feel where he coming from. As a black man you don't want to be cooning and adding to the negative stereotypes of our people but don't act like chief and rick ross are the devil. We still need to think for ourselves no matter what music is being made. Most rap is ENTERTAINMENT not real. There's nothing wrong with starting trends, starting dances, and catchphrases because that's one of our greatest assets....are coolness. Read the book The Tanning of America: How Hip-Hop Created a Culture That Rewrote the Rules of the New Economy by Steve Stoute and you'll see what I'm talking about. It's all about how we as black people can sell are coolness. Make these shoes, glasses, or car look good. Look at commercials nowadays. Everyone has some type of hiphop beat in the background. You got jay-z's aint no love as the theme for 2012 Chrysler 300 commercials.

    • Anonymous

      this is the problem man you niggas have NO ACCOUNTABILITY!!! Cause a mother fucker make money it's cool, no man, fuck that, Rhymefest hit it right on the head, niggas need to be held accountable for shit, we always wanna run and shy away when our nose is held to shit, nah man, we need to grow the fuck up and be accountable, niggas always wanna take credit for starting trends, starting dances, catchphrases, etc, but polluting the mind of our youth, hell no one wants no part of that blame, these kids are in their head phones, tv, internet 85% of the day, and are enamored by this false lifestyle that's presented to them, and they think it's okay to fight over colors, okay to desire to be a flip, stripper, vanity driven, etc, none of this shit has helped our community at all, not one fuckin bit, and everytime a BLACK MAN, or BLACK WOMAN, speaks out about it, niggas always wanna cast them off as "hating" or some bullshit, nah man, they actually give a fuck about the well being and the lively hood of our community, but their casted to the side cause niggas live up to that feeble minded titled that was bestowed upon us, lack of self esteem, and self confidence got us thinking we can't do better, and we sit here chasing our tail doing the same shit, man I applaud this brother for saying something, cause you got these coon ass niggas singing this boys praises, "he's the voice of our youth" GTFOH, the voice of our youth is "Bang bang," if so, we're fucked, WAKE THE FUCK UP NIGGAS, we're our own fuckin worst enemy!

    • Anonymous

      AS A PARENT U AIN'T ALWAYS GONNA B THERE IF U PROVIDIN REMEMBER WHEN JACK SPADE ASKED WHAT HAPPENED TO THE REVOLUTION? HIS ANSWER WAS N!GGAS GOT JOBS WHILE U CHASED THE PAPER THEY WERE TEACHIN THE KIDS THRU CURRICULUM & MEDIA U ACTIN LIKE U DON'T KNO KIDS WITH GOOD PARENTS & A GOOD CHANCE WHO FCUK UP YOUNG BOY IS A PAWN 4 THE CHI CLEANUP REAL N!GGAS C IT FCUKBOIS C THA MONEY & OPPORTUNITY AS "INSPIRATION" CO_SIGN N!GGAS NEED 2 UPGRADE LOOK AT THE BLACK INVENTIONS AND C HOW N!GGAS HAVE NO INTEREST, BUSINESSES, OR UPGRADES FOR THEM BUT THEY SEEK "INSPIRATION" FROM SOME RAPPER #MENTALITYFAIL

  • Swag

    Dis nigga just hatin cuz Chief Keef da best rapper alive.

  • SQUAD!!!

    man rhymefest sit back and shut up.... ur tryna act like ur some great lyrical artist you aint shit u make rap music look gay to be honest.

  • Anonymous

    "whom he said share equal blame in poisoning the minds of the youth" Ah, gotta love finger pointing. People gravitate on their own to certain rap artists who in turn don't have a responsibility to parent anyone. They create a persona, and that's their job. Would Ross sell more if he was rapping about being a CO? If Keef was rapping about baking cookies would that be more acceptable?

  • Anonymous

    people need to understand the influence music has on humans. its mood altering, programming, hypnotizing, and can actually make you do things you normally wouldn't. music is one of the biggest forms of control next to television, the media, and our government. So the gov't controls those things while the banksters and secular secret societies control them. when do you ever hear any music these days in the mainstream thats actually telling the truth? not much at all maybe lupe fiasco and thats it. these corporations that own the industry want dumbed down simple music on the air waves because it keeps us wanting cash hoes and club life. when a high percentage of us hip hop fans are middle lower class and thats how the system was made to keep us wanting more. alot of people will disagree with me but music has a heavy influence on all of us and the more simple and watered down the music is the intellectual inferiority will remain. stupid by design

  • gavin

    Take it is easy Rhymefest

  • Anonymous

    what is this ol house nigga talking about ? ever heard of world wars ? hitler ? charles manson ? the police ? there violent music is music meaning expression . freedom of speech . hip hop been violent for a longtime now . theres all different kinds of hip hop

  • Anonymous

    The real problem is we put too much weight & responsibility on rappers, if we just looked at them as entertainers which is what they are, there wouldn't be a problem, also violent crime in general has actually gone down since 1990, which is when gangsta rap became popular, the fact is Chief keef wouldn't be rapping like that if he was from the burbs, he raps like that because that's what he sees i mean the guy was on house arrest until recently, Gangsta rap didn't create the violence in our communities, the violence created gangsta rap but i'll let this smart dumb nigga tell it

    • LeDeal

      sorry...posted this after the wrong comment

    • LeDeal

      Tupac had educated parents and went to the same performing arts high school that Lauryn Hill and Jada Pinkett went to in Baltimore. In many ways he had a fortunate upbringing and throughout his life he continually tried to garner street cred by doing dumb shit. Don't martyr him as someone who didn't have a choice but to be a gangster...that's just not true.

  • Anonymous

    pac himself said he tried to sell drugs but he was so bad at it that the drug deals wouldn't let him. yea on the song made niggas he says "aint nobody tell me shit, til i got a sack of drugs, had the block sewn up, cause i learned to pack a gun". yet ross is the fake drug dealer? pac also said he wasnt into gangbanging and picking sides yet on the song NY87 he said "its west coast nigga fuck new york". but wayne is a fake blood?

    • ledeal

      Tupac had educated parents and went to the same performing arts high school that Lauryn Hill and Jada Pinkett went to in Baltimore. In many ways he had a fortunate upbringing and throughout his life he continually tried to garner street cred by doing dumb shit. Don't martyr him as someone who didn't have a choice but to be a gangster...that's just not true...

    • kj

      STFU..ur dishonouring Pacs name by putiing these clowns in the same sentence as him

    • ^^^^

      Another Ross stan.

    • Anonymous

      ^ what a lame response. he wasnt comparing their music only their criticism. and he's right. there's a disgusting double standard in the hip hop community.

    • ^^^^

      Typical idiotic Ross stan. Always trying to compare legends to their favorite rapper. Everything you said was a bunch of bullshit.

    • Anonymous

      pac sold drugs at some point? lol when? he said he tried once and failed. yet in alot of his songs he talks about being a drug lord... which is a complete falsehood. the same way he raps about body bags of adversaries that he had to bury and murdering the district attorney. how are pac's fairytales any different to ross'? I love pac's music but it is no different to rick ross' no matter how many excuses you try to make. there is no difference except your personal dislike for one rapper over the other. if rick ross "lies' about his past then so did pac. the song ny87 contradicted what pac said about there being no east west beef and blaming mtv for the east coast west coast beef. he himself insinuated that shit in his interviews and his music. "all the weak east coast rappers like nas...."

    • Anonymous

      Ross is fake because he lies about his past. Dude was a CO. Pac sold drugs. He sucked at it, but he did do it at some point regardless. Plus, he grew up in that lifestyle, not much difference. And the NY87 line aint about crip or blood. Pac had feelings against rappers from NY, not a gang. Eventually he gave that thought up and went after BIG and Puff as individuals, but that line still doesn't help ur argument. And Wayne is a fake blood because he repped them. Pac didn't.

  • Anonymous

    the rappers today are no different to the 90's rappers you dickride. - a former ballerina turned musical blood rapper turned scarface-esque mama's boy don that stole the name of an italian philosopher and became a musical war strategist. caught a body on every record unless he was singing to his mother. wasnt afraid to cry as told by his mother and guardians in interview. also wrote poetry before tranforming to super thug. perpetuated a tough guy image with a beef on wax against new york rival but was said to have folded when being confronted by said rival in person by claiming he was "just trying to get money" -a quiet sucker-for-love book worm mob movie fanatic that got a record deal and became a studio gangster and stole his name from a columbian drug lord and became a king ping drug peddler after his first rap album. got called out by the ex- ballerina on being fake. became proverbial captain save a hoe. falling in love with and impregnating loose women and become a simp for any half attractive women that gave him attention. despite being ladies man playboy on his record. also grossly exaggerated his drug money and rap money fortune despite having documented finacial struggle with paying his taxes and child support. - An overweight cock eyed potentially homosesexual catholic choir boy fascinated by the dark side of the street life. got a record deal with a rumored homosexual and took the name of a fictional mob ring leader and adopted the italian mafioso persona despite lack of a street credibility, criminal record or applicable knowledge about that lifestyle. made multiple homosexual references in his music such as fucking men in the ass and sucking the penis of a girl's father. - a former small-time crook that grew up on the streets. stole his rap name from a bronx new york stick up kid. good shot 9 times, got a record deal. earned his spot in hip hop by calling out his rival for perpetrating a fake image and singing too much, only to start doing the same thing throughout his carrer. also rapped about exaggerated criminal escapades which never took place. later the public would catch on and call him out for his hypocrisy. lost his musical appeal. been in limbo every since. you want to diss rick ross and lil wayne yet these are your heroes. either judge every rapper with the same petty ass exaggerated logic you only like to apply to the rappers you dislike, or be called what you are. emotional hypocrites.

    • truthurts

      Someone please drop kick these anonymous idiots posting on here. On what song is pac talkin about being a DRUG LORD????? Selling millions off drugsanyone???? quick, has pac ever really glorified drug selling or did he merely state he needed to do something to put food down his stomach? "even though i sell rocks, it feels good puttin money in your mail box", the main part of that line......"EVEN THOUGH" (he's basically admitting its a bad thing, but he needed to do it), u wankjobs need to pay attention to lyrics, i think the intelligence of the music these days reflects society itself. yall becomin some stupid mafckaz. "pac sold drugs? lol when?" when in every single documentary, it has been confirmed by people who were around him!!! what more do you need wanker? cctv footage??? idiot. But can't nobody verify rick ross pushin the amount he talks....... There's always exaggeration in music. Every single rapper exaggerates to make it interesting and keep us entertained. Entertainers!!! No, pac didn't body nobody, but he said it in songs. That's the image he created, one part of him that portrayed that gangster lifestyle. But if you actually thought, when a rapper says hes gon kill/already killed someone, that he will really do it, then god save you, cuz u a dumb mafcka. a former ballerina turned musical blood rapper turned scarface-esque mama's boy don that stole the name of an italian philosopher and became a musical war strategist. caught a body on every record unless he was singing to his mother. wasnt afraid to cry as told by his mother and guardians in interview. also wrote poetry before tranforming to super thug. perpetuated a tough guy image with a beef on wax against new york rival but was said to have folded when being confronted by said rival in person by claiming he was "just trying to get money" ^^^^^ To the statement above. Heres a few questions. Ballerina turned musical blood rapper 1) Name a person who was born the hardest, gun shooting child u know of. Go ahead. Other than the unfortunate youth in certain countries who were manipulated and forced to fight for a reason that is unknown to them . Do you know any??? Thought so..IDIOT.U do realise every child is innocent, a mentally normal persons behavior is altered by the experiences gained through this journey called life. Pac has said it himself, that he wouldve been a completely different person, if it wasnt for his surroundings. For all we know, he wouldve been a I.T geek working on computers if given the opportunity. Scarface-sque mamas boy 2) IDIOTYou do realise even scarface had mad respect for his mother. Do you not respect your mother Anonymous?? Every person unless they had beef with their moms, respects that woman to the upmost, if not..you a douche stole the name of an italian philosopher 3) Really??? U actually want to state and compare this to ross??? Really??? Pac has said yehhe felt like machiavelli, he said he read the book and took somethin from it. Ross says he has never heard of this Freeway Rick Ross person, who coincidentally lived the lifestyle the rapper ross portraysIDIOT musical war strategist 4) IDIOTtheres strategies in the record business since it started. The ultimate goal sell more records than the next man. Albums being released at certain times = strategy u wank job! Mostly everyone has war strategies when it comes to beating their competition in the music business. wasnt afraid to cry as told by his mother and guardians in interview 5) Look out.a person who isnt afraid to cry. A man who isnt afraid to cry.. Like, men have never cried when their parents died, or their child was born, or really went through an emotional/rough time. IDIOT.what a dumb statement. Going by this, drakes whole career is offed by this one pointcuz all he do is cry. also wrote poetry before tranforming to super thug 6) IDIOT..i guess u know he was writing poetry in school. Incase you didnt know.he was writing it in jail, writing it in his spare time while on death row records. Its a hobby, it s something he was passionate about, so I guess I should dismiss every rapper if they play video games..cuz that aint gangster neither, cuz they should be out shooting real gunz instead of playing GTA??? IDIOT, Poetry is a heavy influence on rap. Guess you just like throwing ignorant $hit out here on hhdx perpetuated a tough guy image with a beef on wax against new york rival but was said to have folded when being confronted by said rival in person by claiming he was "just trying to get money" 7) hes always held that statement/belief to the fullest. Its a business. Since you watched so much pac footage, you should remember the mtv interview where snoop was by his side??? Do you recollect him saying somethin like..were not savages, were not animalspeople think me and big have a problem, where Ima see him and we all gon jump him, mob him, its a business, we here to get money, but they wanna get on some gangster ish, cant nobody do that better than death row u remember seein that?? IDIOT At the end of the day. You can say anything about pac (thats your opinion), but u cant deny how real he was. In acceptance of everything he did in his past. The poetry, the crying, the unconditional love for his mother.was he ashamed of itenough to deny it, enough to blank it out so no one would think less of him??? NO. Calling him a hypocrite, cuz one moment hes talking about b$tches, the next about keep ya head upWhat.none of you have more than one side to you??? Yall just straight out hard to the core, dont smile, dont do nothin other than be gangster??? Or.never get mad if you get beat up, or get picked on??? Cuz youre supposed to be in mood the entire time youre alive??? Really??? This is a valid point in your views??? Rick Ross cant look in the mirror (for one, a wide enough mirror hasnt been created) because hes ashamed of himself. You wankers saying he initially denied being a CO and later admitted it.its called damage control by the record labels. And fortunately, the listeners are more forgiving than they were in the past (vanilla ice). But how u gon be a man.and be ashamed of yourself. Ross makes good music (if you like that kind of music). However, William Leonard Roberts II is a phony ass frontin rapper that cant be honest with himself, how u gon respect a n$gga who sold his soul and fakes it through everything he does, when half of yall cant stomach yo friends for buying fake shoes. Name me a song where rick ross talks about uplifting the african american community. Name me a song where he raps about the unguided black females who deserve betternot just financially but spiritually/emotionally. Name me a song where rick ross raps about politics. No onez saying HE HAS TO rap about all these topics. But how you gon compare him to pac? Its blasphemy. In regards to this actual article: At the end of the day, the fans have the power, they just not using it. Labels wouldnt push such wack artists if WE werent buying the product, or paying any attention to em. Support your favorite artist, regardless if they get radio/tv time. WE have the POWER to CHANGE the GAME.

    • randy

      ^ no offense but i think you're intellectually outmatched. "It isn't very different other than the fact that he calls Biggie gay cause of something he said in a song, not for clothing." isnt it more reasonable to judge people off what they say? instead of making assumptions about people based on what they dress? if a nigga says he wanna suck a man's dick, that's doesnt leave much room for speculation does it? but if i guy is rock star and wear tight pants calling him gay is not a very reasonable judgment. "But nowhere in my reply did I call Ye or Wayne gay, so that argument doesn't really hold water considering it has nothing to do with the subject." none of what he said was about you. but that didnt stop you from commenting. "Plus, Wayne has a pic of him kissing a dude, which is where the gay accusations stem from, not clothes." the picture is of wayne kissing a guy he considers his father. biggie talked about have sex with other men and sucking their dicks. how is that any less gay? lol im just being objective? "It's totally different. Ross goes on records talking about "fuck police" and pretty much denies his CO past to give this fake image of a thug. " ross admitted to being a co after initially denying it. but again he was what? a teenager? he is now 35. you are filling in 17 years of blanks as to what went on in his life which you do not have the grounds to do. and who says that him being a co 17 years ago means he must love the police? whose to say his life didnt change dramatically after that the same way pac became a thug after being a ballerina and a drama student? They are NO different! "Pac never denied being in drama school. Ross lied about his past to look cool," so the fuck what. pac lied and contradicted himself on so many occasions. one second pac was uplifting women the next he was calling them bitches. one minute he was developing his people the next he was shooting them in his music. one minute he wasnt beefing with biggie the next he was making albums dissing. you missed ALOT

    • Am Alive

      See, now the anon quoting me is making assumptions about my statements rather than disproving it. " its funny how you just put all the energy in defending pac for his contrasting past as it pertains to his music. if you were real you would do the same for every rappers, not just the ones that your personally like" The reason I out the most into Pac's side rather than 50 and BIG's is because I already told hiim he was right about 50, and because I have nothing more to say if the only reason against him is some gay accusations. And why are you assuming I bash other rappers sans Pac? I didn't mention them because that part of his discussion pertained to Pac, not other rappers. "how is what he said about biggie any different to people calling wayne and kanye gay for wearing certain things?" It isn't very different other than the fact that he calls Biggie gay cause of something he said in a song, not for clothing. And yeah, I do think it's immature to call those two gay for their clothes. But nowhere in my reply did I call Ye or Wayne gay, so that argument doesn't really hold water considering it has nothing to do with the subject. Plus, Wayne has a pic of him kissing a dude, which is where the gay accusations stem from, not clothes. "^"your whole argument against big is a bunch of different ways of calling him gay" that was his exact point if you read his last sentence." That doesn't make it a GOOD point, though. "and the shit about pac is no different to what people say about ross. ross was a co when he was 19. when pac was a teen he was in drama school." It's totally different. Ross goes on records talking about "fuck police" and pretty much denies his CO past to give this fake image of a thug. Pac never denied being in drama school. Ross lied about his past to look cool, Pac didn't because he didn't care who said shit, hence Only God Can Judge Me. Drama classes > fake past. Anything else I missed?

    • Anonymous

      ^"your whole argument against big is a bunch of different ways of calling him gay" that was his exact point if you read his last sentence. how is what he said about biggie any different to people calling wayne and kanye gay for wearing certain things? and the shit about pac is no different to what people say about ross. ross was a co when he was 19. when pac was a teen he was in drama school. you totally missed the point of what he was saying. its funny how you just put all the energy in defending pac for his contrasting past as it pertains to his music. if you were real you would do the same for every rappers, not just the ones that your personally like. you just proved his entire point. he was 3 steps ahead of you.

    • am alive

      Wow, did you really expect to make a point with that half-assed philosophy? I get the point you're trying to make, but your reasoning sucks. Pac's always been Pac. He said it himself: there's many different layers to one man. You sound mad at the fact that he at least tried to get past the criminal mentality and engaged in other arts.Did that ballet crap AS A KID/TEEN? Sure, he did it. does that mean he automatically loses all credibility to you? He wrote poetry too, which, by the way, is where rap practically derivated from, so I don't know what you're mad about. Him getting 'bodied' on all his records is only what you say to justify your bias. You're whole argument against BIG is a bunch of different ways of calling him gay. Grow up. You right with the 50 thing though. I can't defend that. Don't fight ignorance by justifying your own. Peace.

    • Anonymous

      The difference is that those dudes (except 50) are capable of making interesting music (although definitely have plenty of shitty output to their names as well)

  • t

    biggest conspiracy in rap music

    • Anonymous

      there is no exploitation. chief keef was making the same type of music before he got signed. that's not exploitation and all cd's come with a parental advisory sticker. parents do you job.

    • Realness 101

      Not a conspiracy. You are witnessing the the exploitation of the African American culture. Leading the blind off the cliff for a profit. Only the Masterminds can survive. Exploitation: Utilization of another person or group for selfish purposes

  • Real Talk 2012

    Co Sign this 100% And all the people on the listed below have lame ass styles and they supa weak because they don't know who they truly want 2 be. Y'ALL NIGGAS STUPID: Y'all niggas that don't like YMCMB/MMG need to stop commenting on their posts. All you're doing is make them more popular. Thanks to you niggas, the most popular artists in rap right now is: *A former C.O. turned mafioso gangsta rapper *A white-washed black pop singer who swagger-jacks Lil Kim and Katy Perry, has 4 different personalities, fake titties and ass, and several hair colors *A Canadian Jewish R&B singer/pop rapper/former kid actor who is a certified pussy that runs away from a fight *A 5'4, dreadlock-having, skateboarding gremlin whose music sucked ass since his sixth album, kisses men on the lips, and wears women's jeans Posted2012-06-27T12:14:16-05:00 | Reply * Y'ALL NIGGAS STUPID: Oh. I forgot to mention, *A 40+ year old bald-headed child molester who thinks he's 20 years old, kisses men on the lips, and talks about nothing but money. *A mentally-disabled dreadlock-having nigga who has no rapping skills, yells on every track, and named after a Muppet *A fat Arab who doesn't write or produce his own songs and yells his name and "WE DA BEST!!" on every track Posted2012-06-27T12:25:20-05:00 * Anonymous: TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF MY MOUTH. PROGRAMMED RADIO PROGRAMS IDIOTS. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^this

  • Anonymous

    the same argument could be made about 2pac nas or any other gangster in the 90's.

    • ^^^^

      Stupid ass nigga.

    • Anonymous

      but that was the image they constantly perpetuating. just look at the magazine covers. the mob like outfits and environment, the lyrics. all im saying is if either be all the way righteous or not all at all. aint no such thing as half way truth same way their aint no such thing as half way crooks. dont be selective with who you call out. i seen the same thing with niggas calling ross fake for stealing his name and rapping about gangster shit when the niggas they praise did the exact same shit. i hate bias niggas.

    • Anonymous

      Naughty By Nature-"Ghetto Bastard" Group Home-"Inner City Life" Pete Rock & CL Smooth-"Straighten It Out"

    • ^^^^

      Yet those rappers weren't just talking ignorant. They were spreading a message about the inner city life.

  • Anonymous

    Y'ALL NIGGAS STUPID: Y'all niggas that don't like YMCMB/MMG need to stop commenting on their posts. All you're doing is make them more popular. Thanks to you niggas, the most popular artists in rap right now is: *A former C.O. turned mafioso gangsta rapper *A white-washed black pop singer who swagger-jacks Lil Kim and Katy Perry, has 4 different personalities, fake titties and ass, and several hair colors *A Canadian Jewish R&B singer/pop rapper/former kid actor who is a certified pussy that runs away from a fight *A 5'4, dreadlock-having, skateboarding gremlin whose music sucked ass since his sixth album, kisses men on the lips, and wears women's jeans Posted2012-06-27T12:14:16-05:00 | Reply * Y'ALL NIGGAS STUPID: Oh. I forgot to mention, *A 40+ year old bald-headed child molester who thinks he's 20 years old, kisses men on the lips, and talks about nothing but money. *A mentally-disabled dreadlock-having nigga who has no rapping skills, yells on every track, and named after a Muppet *A fat Arab who doesn't write or produce his own songs and yells his name and "WE DA BEST!!" on every track Posted2012-06-27T12:25:20-05:00 * Anonymous: TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF MY MOUTH. PROGRAMMED RADIO PROGRAMS IDIOTS. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^this

  • Mr. Wow

    There are some stupid selfish folks out here that think music is just music. They don't think communities, people, and generations are influenced by the things the hear and watch everyday. Population control is a must, if you down for ross, kief, and waka you deserve to be eliminated.

  • Anonymous

    sound like a bitter old ass nigga if you ask me, just let the kid make the music he wanna make, y do you give a fuck what he does? focus on your shit, quit makin a fuss over what anotha nigga doin

  • j

    Don't worry Rhymefest, Interscope will shelve him and drop him and we wont have to listen to his terrible ass vocals

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    Rhymefest must have been reading that Keef article from last week because a couple of people in here were saying the same thing.

  • swampelli

    Chief Keef=Souljah Boy........They both suck end of discussion

  • Anonymous

    PREACH...Chief Keef is ignorance @ its finest...and the crackers luv every bit of it...

  • Yeaahhh

    I agree with Rhymefest about labels supporting and promoting wack rappers, but I also think rappers or artists in general shouldn't be role models. They're expressing themselves through their music and they aren't supposed to set an example for the next man. The problem isn't lack of talent---it's just that real talent doesn't get promoted. If we, the fans, request better music then we'll get it. In order for hip-hop to get back to where it was, the underground is going to have to takeover.

  • Anonymous

    While I agree w/ rhymefest, he should do this on wax and just body him lyrically.

  • BLACK

    YO I AINT EVEN KNOW WHAT U SAID NIGGA BUT U GETTIN FAT AS FUCK!! AND FAT FUCKS HAVE NO VOICE IN AMERICA...MCDONALDS IS POLLUTIN YA BODY WHILE CHEEF KEEF POLLUTIN OUR MINDS...ILLUMINATI ALL THRU YA BODY NIGGA!

  • G-Bee

    Yep, that's the truth!

  • COMMON SENSE

    As much as I agree with Rhymefest, he's preaching to the choir on this one. This message is only going to appeal to people who actually care about music. People who only look at music for entertainment and fun, they wont listen. They'll remain ignorant and gullible, which is exactly what Interscope wants. Something drastic needs to happen to truly get EVERYBODYS attention, and I'm not talking about musically. I'm talking about something strong enough to affect every aspect of life. Humanity in general needs a wake-up call. Til then, we're dancing to the drum of the devil.

    • Anonymous

      i knew at some point your faggot ass was going to mention the devil. more atrocities have been committed in the name of god than the devil. gtfoh here with the devil bullshit.

    • Anonymous

      I agree, but you can't hate on grimy hip hop. theres music for every mood. To me, rhymefest should just go that much harder at what he does and try to capture that crowd while stayin true to himself. He can't blame chief keef for reflectin himself, and from the warzone of Chi town shit is the reality

  • SIRjohnWINSton

    great point by Rhymefest and I think what he's saying will impact the people trying to hear this but I think it's a little idealistic to ask record labels to educate young black men in order to give them a different perspective on life...in the past labels invested in talent cultivated it and looked to give artists the tools to function in society now they just throw money at artists to spread negative msgs to society and let them fade into obscurity when their usefulness has run out sad but true it's about the MONEY that's all...@SIRjohnWINSton

  • dentaldamboy

    No one has ever been able to perpetrate violence against the YMCMB team. We are built too strong and have the industry shook.

  • NOSIR

    Peasants like ((YESIR)) WHO ONLY WRITE IN CAPITALS WITHOUT FULL STOPS... BECAUSE THEIR BROKE ASS ILLITERATE MOM OR POP'S DIDN'T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT THEM BECAUSE THEY KNEW YOU ARE WHAT IS CALLED (A BORN TO LOSE NIGGA) ...YOU ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT I ONLY HOPE YOU ARE BUSTING BLANKS SON AS WE DON'T NEED MORE ILLITERATE BACK PEOPLE LIKE YOU FUCKING UP THE GENE POOL ... Uncap full stop.

  • Anonymous

    isn't a lot of rap about violence anyway?

    • Anonymous

      he didnt say "all" he said "alot" which it is. the average mainstream rapper catches about 4 boddies per track on average.

    • COMMON SENSE

      You either a sheltered foreginer or a part-time Hip Hop listener. NO! Hip Hop isn't all about violence, B.

  • Anonymous

    People will always take the easy way and attack the messager instead of the message bceause they can't deny the truth.

  • Sco*

    Real talk...Actually, it gets no realer.....

  • Anonymous

    does no one see that rhymefest isnt actually gunning for chief keef, hes having a go at the things that made chief keef like he is, hes talking about society, the prison system and the record labels, instead of guiding a young guy and tryna better his life, they just gonna use him for money and to corrupt young minds so that the private prisons get filled. you lot missed the whole point of what hes saying

  • Anonymous

    You stupid fucking rappers helping the prison industrial complex. You dumb fucks!

  • ziploc

    He has a point...but at this point his comments are a mute point..We've already decided that "being black and young" has become a marketing phrase,blacks born in the 70's are the last genaration of black people with sense of self where the media nazi hasn't got a hold of early enough,so they remember..their elders and the struggle..I can't blame a 16 yr old for being ignorant,we raised him that way,so for Rhymefest to go off on this young boar is as meaningful as saying that keeping people in the mindstate of teenagers helps them sell stuff to us that we don't need in order to keep up..if you have half a brain you will understand that we have become cattle,pure and simple..they want to sell us stuff and keep us stupid at the same time..how?..give us sex,money,drugs and murder..and give the teenager based conumer market a culture and a voice..now you control everything..at least Keef is not out bussin at police or something..his family will be good..focus on that fest..offer him some guidance instead of going Bill Cosby on the youngin..

    • Anonymous

      Did you read the piece? Rhymefest explicitly notes that Keef is as much a symptom as anything.

    • Realtalk

      I 98% agree with you, but i think the 70's was the last of the clued up era. As people who were born in the 70's still have no sense! So, i think that decade was on point for the elders who are grandparents who lived through the 70's, but not those who were born in the 70's.

  • Tbones

    Who da fuck is Chief Keef? Never heard a track of his n am a music buff. How did he get a record deal with Interscope?

    • Anonymous

      nigga frontin just to throw shade you cant be on hhdx and not know who chief keef is we dont believe you. stop frontin

    • Anonymous

      ...The single "I Don't Like" had a hot buzz in Chicago!!!...Chicago is a big city without too may artist!!!...This nigga is 17, so, to a record company, he's the future!!!...

  • Shawn

    Rhymfest stop hating, and give chief kerf a break. Rick Ross is a entertainer .hip hop is entertainment, like horror and action movies.

    • Anonymous

      Are u serious?....Nothing is just entertainment.....We Kill Each Other because its socially accepted and in many cases expected....I know if I gun down my brother I can get off with 10-15 as opposed to me killing a Caucasian in which case I would get life or be put to death.....Everything's connected young blood....

    • Anonymous

      ...Check it out!!...Rhymefest is A FUCKING JEALOUS BITCH!!!...I trip on how these individuals always have something negative to say about other Artist!!!...If you don't like it, don't listen to it!!!.... He came up with Kanye West and Kanye promotes materialism, The Good Life, Promiscuity, and K.West connects with ALL these rappers that are suppose to be NEGATIVE (Soldier Boy, Rick Ross, Two Chains, Chief Keef, etc.) and K. West cuts him checks!!!...THESE NIGGAZ LAME....

  • Dr Gay

    Uhm, didn't Dr Dre diss Jermine Dupri for working with 10 or 11 year olds on that track with Em, and now he's lending a helping hand on a toddler???? contradictory right there

  • The Observer

    The only Chief i know is Chief Kumachi this is Queen Keef

  • The Observer

    Word Word Word Rhymefest...i Wish Such Statement Could be made by people in higher ranks like Obama if people like Nas or Jay Z could speak out against such poison injected in hip hop but nah they scared to call people out Only DMX can call out wackness as it is Chief Keef is a wack rapper no doubt, and its the young kids who's minds are poisoned and run to their nearest record stores to cop such rubbish

    • Anonymous

      they're not scared they just don't share your over sensitive views about certain subjects. not everybody has to agree with you and share your convictions. the world doesnt revolve around your personal opinions. especially when alot of it revolves around homophobia and anti-mainstream bullshit. get over yourself.

    • Anonymous

      Are you serious? Just a Few Nas tracks, Black Zombies Sly Fox Untitled These Are Our Heroes etc .. etc Do your homework, before you submit a post and embarrass yourself Rude Girl!

    • Anonymous

      Nas is a fucking sellout, you'll never hear such things from him. Too scared to close some money options.

  • Bill O'Reiley

    Queef Keef sucks big ole whale dick

  • Tiiz

    Rhymefest must not know he's criticizing a feeble minded 17 year old.

    • Rouy

      that's no excuse man---that's what wrong with us black peeps...we sensitive as fu)k...if kid is a 17yr old feeble mind, then he should not be rapping what's he's rapping about there are kid geniuses who are ten years old, so 17 is way too mature age ...no FUCKEN excuse

  • Manny B.

    Rhymefest speaking the real. A lot of peeps/Artists need to take notes and stop be ignorant.

  • Anonymous

    what about those rappers promoting crips and bloods...??

  • Anonymous

    If Rhymefest isn't doing Gospel Rap, then he needs to shut up!!!

  • Anonymous

    the kid really lived the life he "raps" about in his music. He's not good at rapping because he's not a RAPPER, this a street nigga just trying to make it out of the hood. Some sell drugs, some play ball and some try to RAP.

    • Matt

      He looks and acts like a bitch, is that really meant to be hard? Hes so wack its unbelievable. Go listen to some real shit like blaq poet, that hard shit with some intelligence. Ive never seen newer/faker notes than what he has in the video, it doesnt exactly look like drug money....ANY hip hop in the charts is some bullshit. Even nas is a sell out, step your underground rap games up.

    • Anonymous

      He Must go to school and get an education

  • Subjective TRUTH

    Keef going to get jerked by the industry soon. End of story. (sorry to say)...........Next artist.

  • Yacovelli

    As part of the same complex, dissenters and people who expose the truth upon the world are blasted for it. The music encourages the proliferation of the crab-in-a-barrel mentality. Ignorant, misguided, simple-minded fans label Rhymefest as a hater for speaking against the system that has them brainwashed.

    • COMMON SENSE

      YESSIR feels offended. So he does have emotions. How cute.

    • NO SIR YOU JUST BROKE:

      Peasants like ((YESIR)) WHO ONLY WRITE IN CAPITALS WITHOUT FULL STOPS BECAUSE THEIR BROKE ASS ILLITERATE MOM OR POP'S DIDN'T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT THEM BECAUSE THEY KNEW AND WE KNOW YOU ARE WHAT IS CALLED (A BORN TO LOSE NIGGA) ...YOU ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT I ONLY HOPE YOU ARE BUSTING BLANKS SON AS WE DON'T NEED MORE ILLITERATE BACK PEOPLE LIKE YOU FUCKING UP THE GENE POOL ... Uncap!

    • YESSIR

      PLEASE GET BACK TO WORK..I WANNA BIG MAC AND A COKE THANKS

  • Swiffness

    Keef is wack, but GTFO with that violent music rah rah. If Keef is a spokesman for the Prison Industrial Complex, what does that make M.O.P? If Bill O'Reilly said that quote verbatim ya'll would be trippin'. Niggas is responsible for they own actions, just like they was back when Biggie was bragging about mugging pregnant women. Rhymefest straight sound like a bitter old broke rapper when he diss Hard in da Paint.

    • Knowledge

      high school kids are stupid and are persuaded by some of the shit celebs say. it was just a better way of him saying their music sucks whale dick, their uneducated retards, they cant rap for shit, etc. but all that would sound to much like a diss. and Biggie would be quick to tell you that shit aint right and that aint how he lives his life. but these dumb mutherfuckers today are so fake they try to make you think they live that life no matter what (ie Rick Ross). and im not defending BIG or his lines of that nature.

  • Mortis

    Queef got a rice krispie dick. no good mutherfucker

  • ayo

    I thought he was just a mad rapper hating until I read his quotes...Very valid and intriguing statements! That prison commercial statement was deep!

  • nosir

    It is clear you are an idiot, yessir, there's no denying it. Try learning how to type and spell next time you want to post something on here.

    • YESSIR

      PRETTY SURE U'LL READ THAT RIGHT : U NEED TO POST A COMMENT RELATED TO THE SUBJECT MATTER. BUT TO COMMENT ONLY ON ME IS PRETTY FLATTERING I WOULD SAY..GO FUC UR FAT ASS BITCH NOW

  • Anonymous

    i dont mind violent music like when they rap about street life but when the song is unbearable and one big chorus its not art anymore its just noise

  • YESSIR

    FUCK RHYMEFEST FOR TALKIN THAT BROKE NIGGA TALK. KEEF JUST KEEPIN IT REAL WITH WHAT REAL NIGGAS DO..WE RELATE TO THAT..NIGGA U BROKE AND THE YOUTH CANT EVEN UNDERSTAND SHIT..WE NEED RAPGENIUS AND WIKI TO FULLY UNDERSTAND UR SHIT U STUPID FUC..AND IM TALKIN ABOUT THE YOUTH GLOBALLY...U THINK THAT NIGGA IN CHINA OR IN FRANCE WILL UNDERSTAND UR STUPID BROKE CONSCIENTIOUS RAP?? HELL NO NIGGA THEY WANT TO LISTEN TO SOME ENTERTAINING AND SIMPLE SHIT THAT THEY CAN UNDERSTAND WHEN ENGLISH IS THEIR SECOND LANGUAGE...GET THE FUC OUTTA HERE RHYMEFEST STUPID BROKE ASS JEALOUS BITCH BANG BANG

    • @YESSIR

      GTFOHWTBS. YOU AIN'T GOT NO DOCTORATE. YOU WOULDN'T EVEN KNOW WHAT A DOCTORATE IS.

    • Mr. Wow

      If a artist rapped about killing old ladies like your mother would that be cool? I mean real niggas do dumb shit like that in the hood, right? Stop making excuses, dude is wack and represent some wack shit. Do you think niggas like me want to see gangs and dope dealers in the hood? They really fuck shit up for the community, and ruin families. But I bet you are young, uneducated, live in the projects, and I wouldn't be surprised if you wore skinny jeans. If music can motivate you to be in a good mood why can't it help the community as well? You a fucking dumbfuck.

    • ONWARD

      'Get paid to destroy young minds, like we destroyed yours' sweepstakes.' That statement covers your ass. Your mind has obviously been fucked already (slangin' that bang bang catchphrase). if you make it out your 20's, i'll be surprised.

    • YESSIR

      NO NO NO HELL NAHHH, YA'LL BOTH OUT YA DAMN MINDS, I'M REAL..YA'LL IZZ FAAAKKKKKEEEEE

    • YESSIR

      IT HAPPENS THAT I HAVE DOCTORATE NIGGA. CHIEF KEEF AND WAKA MAKE MORE ENTERTAINING MUSIC TO ME THAN RHYMEFEST DOES. SO PLEASE HELP ME.. WHAT DUMB SHIT THAT IM DOING ARE U TALKIN ABOUT ? SO WHAT STUPID SHIT ARE U TALKIN ABOUT @HIPHOP FAN?

    • hip hop fan

      Y'all N*ggas is STUPID! This GROWN KNOWLEDGEABLE man is dropping TRUTH & YOU DUMB M*thaF*cka's call it HATE??? Next time you doing some stupid $hit, think about what music you grew up off of & I GUARANTEE the music you either listened to or are CURRENTLY listening to, promotes the dumb $hit you're doing!

    • YESSIR

      @YESSIR CMON NIGGA U KEEP TELLIN ME IM FAKE AND U AINT POSTIN NO MORE SHIT ON THIS SITE...U OUT SON I TOLD U THAT UR GLORY DAYS OF TROLLIN TO GET ATTENTION WERE OVER

    • Mortis

      fuck you and that illiterate nigga queef

    • YESSIR

      FAKEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EVERYBODY KNOW KEEF IS DEAD TO ME FOR SIGNING TO INTERSCOPE

    • @EarlBfrmDaWood

      Yeah shut your dumbass up nigga, you know aint bout that life to even co-sign smh LAMES THESE DAYS

    • huh

      yo dumb ass no reading no overstanding ass fake banger hiding behind the netyou are the dumb down result.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you! The nigga Keef is garbage... I think it's crazy how artists like him get exposure but Auggie the 9th and ShowyouSuck don't. Makes you think what if these people really are selling their souls to get where they're at...idk just a thought.

  • Anonymous

    Rhymefest acts like black folks are the only group that has negative stereotypes being exploited for profit Trust me, I'm white and I dont think there was anything beneficial to my people by promoting depressing rock bands who sing about suicide & School Shootings like Nirvana & Pearl Jam or Sexually Deviant Satanic Weirdos like Marilyn Manson or Nine Inch Nails, all the way up to the ignorant babbling of Limp Bizkit and whoever else. Ignorance sells because people are ignorant, and as long as there is a demand, somebody will provide the supply, NWA & The Geto Boys were selling Double Platinum with no help before the labels bought in to it, people seem to forget that. Labels didnt want anything to do with gangsta rap at all until they figured out they couldnt stop it and then they bought in, they didnt invent it

    • vargo05

      YOu have been watching too much news. If you think Manson or Reznor are "satanic wierdos" you clearly are missing the message of their music and are overwhelmed by the images, that makes you the ignorant one. If you believe anything on Manson's Antichrist Superstar album was about satanic beliefs, you are clearly unable to decipher lyrics and understand metaphors. Also, if you think NWA's music was just "gangter rap", you are blinded by the media and images once again. To compare Manson, Reznor, Pearl Jam or even NWA to what Rick Ross, Wayne, Waka, and the like are doing is just complete ignorance.

    • Com

      The fuck are you talking about? The whole reason Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam wrote "Jeremy" was to bring attention to it, not to glorify it. There's a difference. They're not "selling ignorance". They're selling awareness, if anything. Hell, some kids even find the shit empowering. Compare that to what hacks like Lil' Wayne and Rick Ross promote. There's barely anything positive to take away from their work. They actively glorify negativity, and hate. If you're saying its ok that they do that because everyone else does it, then I'm sorry, but you're full of shit bruh.

  • Truth

    Wow. This is PROFOUND!!

  • Anonymous

    if they played better stuff f 5 times an hour it wold sell too

  • JC

    Mad respect. Great to see artists these days still representing the real, and not afraid to speak their minds against these wack artists like rick ross. Shame on established artists like Dre and Nas who sponsor people like Ross.

    • Anonymous

      I see your point and I'm a very big Nas fan. Unfortunately, rappers are just hypocrites, 98% of them. But the main problem with these rappers like Rick Ross is not them being wack. Rather , it is the message they pass across in their songs.

  • Anonymous

    fuck Jay z, kanye, Nas for cosigning these fake rappers, thank God we got Rhymefest and 50 who clearly expose these bombs

    • Anonymous

      How can mention 50 in that list?. do you know the title of his upcoming album? Murder By the Numbers

    • DaFuq?

      Did you say 50? 50 has tracks with soulja boy and everyone in g unit. 50 doesn't expose shit, if anything he condones it

  • Anonymous

    I give it about another hour before the young money trolls find this thread and ruin it

  • Anonymous

    RESPECT to Rhymefest for this...

  • Anonymous

    Rhymefest telling it like it is again, sadly it will all on deaf ears

  • DUCK!!!!

    too much truth....

  • Anonymous

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aabtAcd50RM

  • Anonymous

    Rhymefest, go back to your church. I'm not a fan of Chief Keef myself but this is bullshit. Let the kid do whatever music he wants to do.

  • Mortis

    What the fuck is a Queef Chief?

  • Anonymous

    preach Ryhmefest

  • Reality Check

    I agree with Rhymefest 100%.But Black Self Destruction sell and realism and social consciousness does not.Its been like than since hip hop began. It will never change.Too short said that a long time ago that they made him change his rap style to what it its now to prevent black minds from further developing. Sad isn't it.

    • Mr Obvious

      Hip hop/rap never started out as violent music. It wasnt until NWA came along that the labels wanted every black man to rap about ignorant shit.

  • Anonymous

    Gotta respect a man that can tell it like it is by straight-up mentioning names, not just making random generalized comments, and make great music to back it up. Blue Collar was a great record. Ross...finally someone else brings up the whole correctional officer thing. People duck and dodge that one just so they can work with Ross and get radio spins. This big motherfucker with his questionable past is literally a 900 lb. elephant in the room. Pun intended.

  • Blak Sam

    yo this is the realest shit i've read all week..cosign everything Rhymefest said. "Rick Ross the former correctional officer turned Drug Lord Boss rapper" LMAO

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