Popular rapper and podcast host Joe Budden spoke about the state of Hip-Hop and the future of the culture does not look too bright, according to him.
“Dark,” the Harlem rapper said on “The Gauds Show” when asked about the future of Rap. “I think we already there. Everybody can’t do a show. Everybody can’t put a song on a playlist. Everybody cannot access their fans or the information behind the units that they are moving. It’s dark out there.”
Budden continued, “N*ggas don’t know how to respond to A.I. Label people are leaving for the tech companies and they playing all kinds of stock games at the top. They selling IPOs. Their artists are not getting one red penny. It’s disgusting out there.”
The Slaughterhouse member added that it’s time for the culture to come together to take action.
“We need a meeting. We need a meeting to share our own information to come up with our own plan. We need to figure out who need to be with them over there and who wanna be over here. It’s gonna be tough to do that. People are voluntarily giving their rights away. I feel like I been a broken record for years.”