Rapper Danny Brown has decided to come forward to address his comments towards French Montana‘s radio interview where he claimed all of the lyrical rappers in the game are broke.
Although it might of looked like a feud brewing between him and French, Brown says his problem with hip-hop is a lot bigger than just blasting the Bad Boy Records’ rapper.
“Nah, the point of it is, I guess, the whole thing [in relation] to the French Montana thing, my whole point of it is, is that I wouldn’t want to promote that to the kids. Because what does that leave for the future of rap music as a genre if you tell them that you don’t have to be good, you don’t have to be a great rapper to make money out of this. I think that’s just the total wrong way to look at it. It’s just my opinion on it. I could be wrong. But for the most part – I would want to promote at best you have to be really good, you have to be really talented and step your foot into this ring of rap music. It should be that competitive. We have Kendrick Lamar. We have Danny Brown. No. You know what I’m saying? Nah, you gotta know how to rap.” (Complex)
Brown recently took to his Twitter account to address French Montana‘s remarks during the interview.
i wanna play where the broke lyrical niggas is at .. the music is better there
— Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) July 26, 2014
Check out the interview below: