Lamont is relatively new to the mainstream, but is backed by none other than Dr. Dre. While still prepping his next album, he has recorded tracks for a new mixtape and much like Dr. Dre's other proteges, he is dropping it with a slew of controversy.
"[Dre] was like, 'The only other cat that made me uncomfortable was Em,' " Lamont told MTV recently. "I got this other [song] called 'Street Theology,' and it's just looking at religion. [Dre] was like, 'I don't know, you talking about spitting from the Good Book and [sex acts]. I don't know.' ... My auntie is a minister. I got a lot of family in the Mosque. It's the same thing as it is in the streets, but the kids gotta relate to it. ... [Dre] said, 'I'm uncomfortable, but it's good.'"
The mixtape is full of controversy, as it shows Lamont wearing KKK gear on the front cover.
"F--- the Klan,"�he said.�"I'mma rock your sh-- and make fun of you. I'm clowning them like 'F--- these n---as. You gonna have to find something else to rock, 'cause we gonna make people laugh at you.' ... That's how people should look at the Klan and racism - as a joke - because they're f---in' lost."
Expect to hear more from Bishop, as he is slated to appear in Detox and Eminem's next LP.
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