Boosie Badazz says a Drake verse is more important than a JAY-Z verse

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There will always be a gap between old and new in Hip Hop. Generations have their opinions on certain things, and most of the time the two sides can’t agree on anything Hip Hop related.

Boosie Badazz recently stirred the pot with the generations in a recent chat with Vlad TV. The show’s infamous host has gone on the tangent to show his love to the platforms that have followed him, leading Boosie to say he loves seeing the new generation prosper in his own way, despite the fact that some older people disagree with their methods.

“I don’t see how people can’t be happy for themselves unless you’re happy in life,” Boosie said.

Vlad went on to explain that the older generation must hate the amount of money the youngsters get, and Boosie wasted no time in agreeing with that sentiment.

“Niggas just gotta stop hating, everybody got their time to shine,” Boosie said. “Just like they screwed up, most of them will screw up the same way. When people do that, I think they should just stand up and say, ‘I screwed up. I think that’s rather the older guy who doesn’t have to shit on the young artist.

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The conversation then shifted to a JAY-Z feature that holds weight these days because of how it embraces the next generation. Vlad claimed Hov’s verses still ring true, but Boosie had someone else in mind who might be more valuable with the current generation.

“A Jay-Z feature is always considered one of the most important features you can get,” Vlad said, prompting Boosie to respond, “Drake.” It’s no secret what a 6 God feature can do for an artist as fans have seen with the likes of Jack Harlow, Yung Bleu, Blocboy JB and more.

When he’s not releasing head-turning lyrics, Hov shares stories about some of his old friends that fans want to hear, like the late Notorious BIG giving him the idea to move to Atlanta, Georgia.

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“You know, Big in 96, I mean, 96, 95, Big was talking about ‘Yo, let’s go to Atlanta, get two big houses next to each other,’ and I look like Atlanta,” said JAY-Z during a Twitter Spaces conversation. “I’m like, ‘We’re the hottest guys in New York, like in the world, in Mecca. Why are we going to Atlanta? »

He added, “If you think about Atlanta and what it is today and how influential Atlanta is, you see what a visionary this guy was, and he was doing the Brooklyn Mint clothing line at the era, so everything he was talking about was way ahead of its time.

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Boosie Badazz says a Drake verse is more important than a JAY-Z verse


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