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Lord Jamar On Drake: “He Wouldn’t Have Popped Off In The 80’s Or 90’s. Dudes Would Have Looked At Him As Too Soft”

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Famed radio host Star and Brand Nubian rapper Lord Jamar sat down with VladTV to discuss Jamar’s recent statements about gay having no place in hip-hop, and Star reveals where he stands in the situation. The conversation then moves into the Black Holocaust, which Star says shouldn’t be overshadowed by rappers pushing the gay agenda.

While speaking about street cred in current hip-hop, Drake’s name gets brought up, and both Star and Lord Jamar agree that groups like De La Soul paved the way for Drake. They then explain how groups like A Tribe Called Quest set a new tone in hip-hop, as well as a new precedent for signing rap groups at the time.

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