2 March 2010

Meth apologies to Waka Flocka over wackness accusation

Check this article, an interesting observance of true hip hop veterans seeing problems with the new breed of rappers (who tend not to put lyrical content as priority) ...



"Wu-Tang veteran Method Man has issued an apology to Waka Flocka regarding their differing opinions on the value of lyrics in today’s Hip-Hop.

In an previous appearance on Shade 45’s All Out Show with Raekwon and Ghostace Killah, Method Man spoke on his disdain for subpar lyrics in Hip-Hop music, specifically pointing out Waka Flocka after the hosts made him aware that the Atlanta rapper stated intricate lyricism is not needed in today’s climate.

“He has the right to his opinion. But the people that are in the know and know what time it is, know that if you ain’t saying s**tout your mouth, your time is very slim in this motherfucking game, b.”

Waka Flocka responded in an exclusive AllHipHop.com interview that he wouldn’t disrespect Method Man, and expressed disappointment an artist he looked up to would attack him.
Read the rest of the article here...

Method Man is making promotional rounds in preparation for a March 30 collaboration LP with Raekwon, RZA and Ghostface entitled Wu-Massacre.

Waka Flocka Flame’s debut project Murda Man Flocka is expected to drop this year. The 1st single, “O Let’s Do It,” was released in December."


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