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DJ Paul Of Three Six Mafia/Da Mafia 6ix Speaks On Migos Adopting Lord Infamous’ Flow

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DJ Paul shared his thoughts on Lord Infamous’ flow being adopted and popularized by Migos today, and points out that Infamous was the first to develop the flow back in the late 1980s.

The Memphis emcee also addressed other young rappers adopting the style, and joked that they probably don’t even know about Lord Infamous. DJ Paul adds that a lot of up and comers using the style are just looking for a hit and just “want something that works.”

He closes the topic out by explaining why he doesn’t listen to a lot of rap today in order to keep his music as authentic to his own style. DJ Paul furthers his point by revealing that early in his career he listened to a lot of Juvenile’s “400 Degreez,” and as a result he started inadvertently adopting the sound.

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