Rob Stone Condemns A Lower Standard In The Hip-Hop In "Soul Sundays"

HipHop News Posted on December 16, 2018 at 3:26am

Rob Stone Condemns A Lower Standard In The Hip-Hop In "Soul Sundays"

#DXCLUSIVE: The creator of "Chill Bill" also talks about his upcoming album and working with Zaytoven.

Los Angeles, CA – Rob $tone linked with HipHopDX Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark in Comfort in THE heart of downtown Los Angeles for the last episode of DX Sentimental Sundays. While enjoying a delicious meal, the 1207 member discussed everything from the success of his hit single "Chill Bill" to work with Zaytoven.

In a moment of the conversation, Clark asked $tone about how he views his peers in Hip Hop. The platinum-selling rapper revealed that he is impressed with the bottom of its standards and expressed their displeasure with the lack of effort shown by many artists..focused on the ad {

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"I take the music serious," he said. "I feel like a lot of niggas is just going up there, just drinking his drink, popping their pills, only going in the cabin. I mean I'm seeing niggas do it first-hand and directly above fits in weak-ass shit. And no one around her is telling is weak or they are just fooling themselves, as the short-circuit themselves


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