JokezOnMedia presents "POUR IT UP" featuring "GANJA" cka "Hookmasterflexx" --- shot & edited by Joycelynn Okezie
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Aesthetically, it’s totally different from any video I’ve ever shot, which is why I wanted to release it first. It’s just one of the many visuals that I’m going to release from , but I’m so proud that it’s the first,” Trevor said.
"Rakim admitted he feels like the dopest music right now is coming out of the A, but didn’t hesitate to share his opinion most of the rappers there sound the same, unlike the variety of artists and styles from NYC. If we’re gonna be honest, some of the dopest music is coming out of Atlanta right now, but all them n****s sound the same,” he said. “Here [New York City] there’s not as much dope s*** – well it is, but a lot of people don’t see it the way I see it. [New York rappers] don’t sound alike. Everybody got their own different thing going on… Them Atlanta dudes – it’s a few dudes that’s doing their own thing that’s killing it. I’m not saying all Atlanta rappers sound the same, but for the most part, majority. They all kind of have similar cadences, flows and delivery. They even recycle the same lyrics from each other.” Rocky then claimed he is not trying to diss the scene, but doesn’t understand why some Atlanta artists are interested in copying others. The At.Long.Last.A$AP rapper then compared Future’s “S***” to Que’s “OG Bobby Johnson.” I gotta just say it. This ain’t dissing nobody, but I don’t understand how Future can make a song like “S***.” Then this n****, I forget his name… You make “OG Bobby Johnson” and it’s like, “head shot, head shot, hit them with the…” It’s the same thing Future’s saying. And we allowed that… Not taking nothing away from Que – I know his name – I just feel like, come on. I like the song. If you ask me if I like the song – yes, it’s a dope song… and this sounds like I’m downplaying this guy. I don’t even know him, so I don’t got nothing against him. I’m just telling the situation. I feel like it’s okay to be inspired, but you can’t bite off contemporary artists that’s in your same league.”