DJ Akademiks On “Dusty” Rappers, Reginae Carter, Meek Mill, 6ix9ine, Contributions To Culture + More

DJ Akademiks On “Dusty” Rappers, Reginae Carter, Meek Mill, 6ix9ine, Contributions To Culture + More

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33 Responses

  1. Bruce Guillory says:

    Glad to see the grasshopper sit down with the grandmaster to get and give understanding. Everybody shouldn’t aim to be a rapper that man retired his mom with being a public speaker in his own lane. What we need more of is the elders schooling the youth on how to carry the torch. Building our culture by us for us should be the main narrative we can make money and a career off each other in a respectful manner.

  2. Trey Turner says:

    A lot of the pioneers and legends didn’t make much money off of the culture because there wasn’t a market for it yet, the embroytic stages of hiphop had to be tough for many artists trying to get their music played at the same time not get jerked around by these record label exectives . Not to mention people find it hard to believe, but 30 years ago many executives in those label offices and radio stations thought that hiphop would be a fad just like disco and eventually fade away.

    • RascoeX says:

      @Chris facts thinking IG is giving a reaaal bag is just delusional. You might make a couple 100k but really that ain’t shit, especially when you factor in the state of the economy and where it’s headed.

      That’s why I fw Ak. He talks about the shit that really matters, not just simply gossip

    • RascoeX says:

      @Juan Goodone record labels aren’t broke but when you understand capitalism, everyone works for someone. They got shareholders to make good on. It’s a business. You can’t speak on something if you don’t understand the intricacies of it. Not saying labels are right or wrong, just saying facts

    • MrColdwilliam says:

      I’ll never forget sitting with a friend who said “hip hop is a fad, it won’t be here in 20 years. Grunge is forever”.

      And now Nirvana’s (the biggest name in grunge) biggest hit is a snippet intro to hip hop’s biggest radio show…a radio show that’s had a longer run than Nirvana did.

      I’ll never forget that as long as I live.

    • Chris says:

      @Queen Lady Which social media platform you think Artist/rappers make money from? Don’t talk about Instagram because that’s peanuts.

      Which platform, please elaborate.

    • Queen Lady says:

      @Chris they still make loads of money 💰 from social media platforms that aren’t connected to thier contracts. Slowness

  3. ThyHermes97 says:

    This is why I love dj🤷🏽‍♂️ he’s always wanting to talk about the situation even if he’s in the right or wrong, ppl that don’t wanna talk or it least come to an understanding or even a agree to disagree are ppl that are miserable & just get but hurt over anything

  4. Baka'z Mann says:

    I’m Glad I watched this interview! after hearing about the Negative being said by AK, not really knowing him, seeing this interview, dude cool as hell and seem easy to talk to. Crazy how the internet takes a piece of what you said and straight demonize you. Much respect to AK💯👌🏾

    • Mike Vee says:

      It’s a reason rappers like Kodak, Youngboy and many others keep in contact with Ak. The hate mob paints a picture that’s not real

  5. TEAMLILKING says:

    This interview is a good example of why it’s important to listen to both sides of every story instead of just taking one side and running with it.

  6. Shogun edpada says:

    Salute to AK he explained himself very well and shows the importance of long form conversation. Too many people clipping conversations for clicks and views its nasty.

  7. Zay says:

    Best Interview in a long time! Keep bringing people like this on the platform.

  8. Bjdakid96 says:

    One thing I learned from this is that ctg and envy is definitely needed in hip hop still to this day

  9. OnMyGrind215 says:

    First Breakfast Club Interview that I’ve watched all the way thru in a LONG time without falling asleep or accidentally playing beginning to end cuz I had my YouTube running while I’m cleaning or cooking. 💯

  10. Erika says:

    DJ Envy did really well in this interview. Usually he annoys me, but he was coming up with some good questions.

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