While he may not personally agree with everything that Jamar says, Crooked I respects Lord Jamar’s opinion, and saluted him for speaking out and expressing his honest beliefs on such a sensitive subject. He praised him for being a part of the Hip Hop movement before him, which paved the way for artists like himself and others to have the successes they have today. Crooked proceeded to dissect the history of Hip Hop being created by DJ Kool Herc, who was a Black man from the Bronx, to now becoming an art form that is not bound by race. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sybgyd_93i4
http://www.vladtv.com – Crooked I tackled Lord Jamar’s strict views on the presence of White rappers in Hip Hop in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV.