I make music for a generation of people who are tired of THIS generations standards. They tell us that everyone can be a rapper, everyone can produce music, everybody can be an entertainer, when in retrospect that isn’t even in the slightest sense true. When you hear every “new” song on the radio, are you confused as of why it sounds exactly the same as the song that came on before, and the one after it? It’s the illusion, that music is meant to have the same sound, the same build, without an actual challenge. This is why there are now thousands of kids wanting to grow up in hopes of becoming the next J.Cole, the next Tyler, The Creator, the next A$AP Rocky, yet follow there mediums and styles and expect to be successful. They didn’t make it by sounding like everyone else. This is why southern music, dosent leave the south like it did I’n the past. The world had a vogue taste of it, enjoyed it for a minute, but I’n true decision didn’t understand it for what it was, and abandoned it. There were to many artists trying to clone the south from every part of the U.S at the time, right? Now explain to me the last time you heard a Slim Thugg, Mike Jones, or Lil John (Not The Irrelevant LMFAO version) record that was played on the radio during the 18 Jams in a row countdown. Thats a metaphor for how this generation thinks, if we copy then we receive the same respect of the copy(ED). This is why I make the music I make, so that there are no comparisons, and even if they are, you compare me to MCs from the Golden Jazz influenced, Native Tounge age of hip-hop. I do this because my generation needs to know that creativity isn’t dead, and instead is essential to creating music.