Shyne explains why he's not a fan of "good kid, m.A.A.d. city"
Just the other night former Bad Boy recording artist Shyne launched an unprecedented twitter rant about his thoughts on the newly released, and critically acclaimed debut album by Kendrick Lamar, "good kid, m.A.A.d. city". Shyne stated that whilst Kendrick Lamar has immense talent he labeled the young artist album as "trash". During an interview with the Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg show, Shyne stated that he felt Kendrick had become a victim of the media and public hype machine, and he failed to deliver upon that hype with his debut.
I aint starting no trouble. Listen, y'all live in the United States of America. We don't live in the United States of Aftermath, Jimmy Iovine doesn't pay me, I can say whatever I want," said Shyne. "I'm not talking reckless. I said the young boy got potential and I said he was talented, but the album is trash. That's tough love".
"trash" about the album Shyne explained that the production quality was not up to par. Even stating that he would rather listen to a spoken word album if thats what Kendrick wanted to accomplish with "bad production". "Beats is trash, number one. And once your beats are trash, you're finished because you can't have a good flow. I don't really want to hear what you gotta say. I'll go buy Dr. Cornell West's album if I want to hear somebody talk about deep and profound things."
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