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Crooked I Disses DMX After He Makes Negative Comments Toward West Coast

Posted By on April 12, 2007

DMX had this to say about the West Coast:

    Q: What’s the difference, if any, between East Coast hip-hop and West Coast hip-hop?

    A: Talent.

    A: You know, there’s talented rappers everywhere, and one West Coast rapper who I like and respect is Game, because to me, he has a New York style.

    But I don’t like a lot of West Coast rappers. West Coast rap is too laid back, too focused on marijuana with all the blunts and lowriders. There’s nothing honest. There’s no trouble in it, you know? There’s no hardship in it. Everyone in L.A. that raps has a lowrider and a fat blunt. Back here in New York, we’re still walkin’ and still smokin’ dirt, you know? There’s no hardship in their rap, there’s nothin’ to make you say, “I can relate to that.”

Crooked I responds with I’m Throwed