Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Diddy blames the DJ for the "Hip Hop recession"

In a recent interview with MTV, Diddy expressed that the reason for Hip Hop's decline in today's market lies in the DJ's hands because it is their faults. He had this to say on said subject,

"People have figured out the formula when they make records for radio, and DJs ain't DJs no more. DJs don't break records no more. DJs don't play album cuts. DJs play what is going to move the crowd. DJs, they don't expose you to the newness. That was the DJs' thing. Hip Hop is in a recession also. It's not dead, it's definitely way better than where it was at, as far as with 'Ye, T.I. and with Jeezy. It's so much great stuff out there, the responsibility has to come with the DJs."

I can't lie, I gotta agree with the crook on this one. I blame the radio as a whole but yes, the DJ must also take the blame and so should you Diddy. How dare you even open up your fly trap to blame someone when your ish is in shambles! You can't even hold on to one successful artist but I'll run tell that at a later date.

The radio sucks filthy pond water these days. You can't keep your radio on for more than one song because radio personalities and DJ's play the songs they are payed to play (yes I know) and forget about calling up to request a song, ain't happenin' captain. If it's not in the line up you can forget about hearing it. Radio is the reason why garbage artists and their garbage music have been accepted because that's how they feed us their nonsense, through the radio. The entire industry needs to get their ish together, immediatetly.

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