Soulja Boy on Old Rappers Dissing New: That’s Why They’re Broke (Flashback)

In this flashback, Soulja Boy spoke about established and pioneering hip-hop artists dissing the new generation and feeling like they’re messing things up. He explained that it’s all about getting money, and he doesn’t care about how people rap. Soulja Boy went on to react to Complex calling him the father of modern rap music, and Vlad agreed and pointed out that new rappers are following his blueprint. To hear more, including Soulja Boy speaking about why he got his Gucci tattoo on his forehead, hit the above clip.

Fredo Bang on Why Rappers Date the Same Girls (Part 12)

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Part 11: https://youtu.be/UgY8ICgz3sc
Part 1: https://youtu.be/DoR78naj1Ts
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In this clip, Fredo Bang discussed why he believes rappers date the same girls and expressed how he finds it weird when a man or woman can have multiple public relationships in a short period of time. He also agreed with Vlad’s take on men being groupies for certain women and how he’s been one before.

JJ Fad Came Out Dissing Salt-N-Pepa, Roxanne Shanté & Other Female Rappers on “Anotha Ho” (Part 2)

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Part 1: https://youtu.be/vSfVrikQ-QQ
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Sassy C, MC J.B., and Baby D of J.J. Fad opened up about their first track, "Anotha Ho," which was a diss track aimed at Salt-N-Pepa, Roxanne Shante, and other female rappers. Baby D explained that a lot of rappers were putting out diss tracks at the time and they thought it would help get them noticed. They then addressed several lines in the song, including one about Roxanne Shante being bald and Sparky D’s weight. To hear more, hit the above clip.

Drag-On: DMX Didn’t Care About Bars, He’d Kill Lyrical Rappers with His Energy (Part 17)

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Part 16: https://youtu.be/RcAIza3I84s
Part 1: https://youtu.be/9dnQWEdPDws
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In this clip, Drag-On broke down why he thinks "energy" and "passion" are the two words that best describe DMX. Drag-On said that X had bars but would make tracks his own through is energy and delivery. He said this was the case even when X was featured on songs with some of the most skilled lyricists.

Luh Kel on Rappers Dying in Their Hometowns: You Can Die Anywhere (Part 3)

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Part 2: https://youtu.be/ZdNpMmnJAWE
Part 1: https://youtu.be/17vX52KvJAo
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In this clip, Luh Kel talked about the differences between St. Louis and his new home of Atlanta, GA. He spoke about why he doesn’t think Boosie’s now-famous assertion that rappers die in their hometowns more than anywhere else is entirely true. Luh Kel said he thinks it’s more about what type of things you’re doing and the people and places you’re around. Elsewhere in the clip, Luh Kel detailed putting his money to work through diverse investments but admitted that his vice is jewelry which he spends a significant amount of money on.

Melle Mel: Every Rapper Thought “Rapper’s Delight” was The Worst Song They Ever Heard (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from earlier this year, Melle Mel detailed why Sugar Hill Gang’s "Rapper’s Delight" was considered the worst hip-hop song among rappers at the time but was surprisingly a smash hit with the public. He talked about how his group began recording in the studio after "Rapper’s Delight" to get in on the new lane that record carved out for hip-hop artists.