Kodak Black joined the crop of younger artists and fans trolling ’90s Hip Hop heads on Tuesday (December 12). In an Instagram post, the polarizing artist mocked the memes comparing the content of different generations of rappers by posting some shallow JAY-Z lyrics from the 1998 single “Money, Cash, Hoes.” Kodak juxtaposed it with bars from his emotional “Can I” track.
“Real Shit B Goin On,” he wrote in the caption. “None Of Dat Hopscotch Shit.”
The lyrics from Hov’s hook on “Money, Cash, Hoes” are simplistic and all about the most stereotypical subject matters that get criticized in rap. Meanwhile, Kodak’s track is one of his most nuanced and heartfelt records.
“Can I” appeared on Kodak’s Lil B.I.G. Pac mixtape, which already featured a title trolling ’90s rap fans. So, it’s no shock to see him playing with the emotions of Hip Hop heads once again and lighting another fire in the generational divide.
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