One of the amusement’s most regarded lyricists takes a seat for a protracted visit.
Dark Thought needs no presentation. With Streams Of Thought Vol 1 holding over fans looking for tenacious lyricism, the productive Roots frontman has taken to the press visit. He as of late hit up the Hot 97 studio to drop some learning on any semblance of Ebro, Rosenberg, and Laura Stylez, with themes extending from his new music, his likeness to Rozay, and obviously, the continuous Drake versus Pusha T hamburger. “I’m certainly focusing,” he concedes, when squeezed about hip-bounce’s greatest quarrel. “I’m ready to welcome a rap hamburger as much as the following man.”
In spite of the fact that Thought presently can’t seem to take in Daytona, he admitted to hearing both “Duppy” and “The Story Of Adidon.” He did, be that as it may, appear to be careful about giving out W’s helter skelter, selecting to cling to a criteria-based arrangement of legitimacy. Tragically, the elaboration is inadequate with regards to the points of interest of his verses; rather, he just says “he loves the two melodies for various reasons.” When gotten some information about the scandalous blackface pictures, Black Thought isn’t prepared to swing the hammer. “There’s dependably a clarification that bodes well,” he says, continuing to refer to Spike Lee’s Bamboozled. “I’ve been in blackface previously, there was a clarification for it.”
He additionally communicates his own particular conclusions about the more individual way to deal with diss tracks, expressing “I’m not the greatest aficionado of the getting so individual, including kids and mates.” Although to be reasonable, few would be sufficiently silly to challenge Black Thought in open war.
For additional from Black Thought, look at the meeting beneath. Hamburger talk commences around 22:00.