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Boosie Badazz says the trenches don’t listen to Eminem




Baton Rouge, Louisiana-born rapper Boosie Badazz has recently sat down with Cam Capone where he was asked about his opinion on Dr. Umar Johnson saying Eminem can’t be one of the greatest rappers of all time because he’s white.

“Where I’m from we don’t listen to Eminem. I’m from the trenches. I never heard nobody come in my project, playing Eminem. I’mma keep it real. When I hear him, I say he can rap. I always say that. Every time I hear Slim Shady, I used to like that song Slim Shady but where I’m from, I’ve never heard one song in my project, I never heard Eminem one time in the speakers in my project. I gotta be honest. None of my friends never said put Eminem on. Play the new Eminem. I only saw it only on MTV and you know, TV.” said Boosie Badazz.

Then he continued: “Everybody have their greats. If you put ten people lined up on this coach, everybody going to tell you five different greats. Some people say Eminem is top five, some people say he’s not cause music touch you in different ways. Eminem music did touch a lot of people. DMX music did touch a lot of people. DMX is in my top five because I always felt listening to his music that he really lived. Even though, I was not from New York, my street n-ggas still saluted him and played his music. I heard him in the hood.”

“I can’t put people in my top if I never knew their music. If I only listened to couple songs and saw couple videos…You have to really touch me to feel your greatness. I head Eminem, I’ll be like ‘okay! I like that song’ but never went and bought the CD. Stood out of the store to buy Eminem’s CD. Tupac’s I did. Scarface I did that. Pimp C/Bun B I did that.” Boosie Badazz added.

You can watch the interview below: