Why Post Malone Has No Business Making Declarative Statements About Hip-Hop [EXCLUSIVE]


Rapper Post Malone has one of the hottest songs out on the charts right now. He caught some shade from the interwebs when he said that, when he wants to cry or reflect, he doesn’t go to hip-hop, because no one in hip-hop is really saying anything deep. But with songs all about getting high and turning up, he’s only a part of the problem, so how can he speak on an entire genre of music?

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And in addition to all of that, as Headkrack explains, Post Malone is a guest in hip-hop culture. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from the Hip-Hop Spot on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”

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