LL Cool J took to his Instagram on Thursday to teach a lesson on respecting hip hop history makers. The rapper was responding to comments made by media personality DJ Akademiks, who referred to some of the pioneers of hip hop as “dusty” and asked if any of the older rappers were “really living good” while streaming live on Twitch.
Although he never referred to the DJ by name, LL — a hip hop pioneer himself — responded to the stream during an Instagram Live, calling the belief that someone not having money means they don’t have any value is “a bad idea” and “misinformed.” READ MORE: 2022 MTV Video Music Awards: LL Cool J Recalls His First VMAs Performance in Opening Monologue “No one discusses Miles Davis’ bank account,” the 54-year-old said. “We don’t talk about John Coltrane’s bank account.
We don’t talk about a lot of even rock musicians … a lot of great country artists, we don’t talk about their bank accounts. This idea that you have to have money or else you don’t have any value is a bad idea and it’s a misinformed way of looking at the world and the culture.” The 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee pointed out that the business of hip hop in the ’70s and ’80s was very different compared to what it is today. “When hip hop first started there were no managers, there were no accountants that believed in it.Read more on etcanada.com
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