Ten Years Ago Saigon Predicted Hip-Hop Would Be in a Sad State. Was He Right? (Audio)

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“In 2004 Saigon released his first project titled Warning Shots. There was a freestyle on Warning Shots where Saigon would prophesize everything that would come to take place in Hip Hop culture. From Rappers copying the sound of other regions, to rappers becoming overtly emotional, singing on every song, and making weak attempts to merge Hip Hop with R&B. He called it 10 years ago…” Ten years later, check out the video for “The Warning Shot.”

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