Cassidy Criticizes Hip Hop's New Generation and His Growth as a Rapper No ratings yet.

Written by on June 30, 2020

During his latest sit down with DJ Vlad, Cassidy gave his opinion on the new school of rappers in hip hop claiming that ‘Mumble Rap’ should be a category by itself. The Philly rapper presents the OG idea where bars were the forefront of the genre more so than the image of the person on the mic. He also asserts that this current breed of rap stars are too friendly, and discusses the effect of his legendary battle with Freeway, what has changed in his relationship with Swizz Beats and his trajectory as an artist, before diving into a punchline heavy freestyle.

Listen to the full interview above.

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  1. W Judon   On   June 30, 2020 at 12:54 pm

    I like Cassidy’s confidence but he need to stop with the “you can’t put nobody else in the same category as me” stuff. He nice but not THAT nice. His style isn’t complicated at all.

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