Boosie Badazz Speaks on Eminem's Absence in Street Culture, Claims "The Trenches" Don't Listen to Eminem

Boosie Badazz Claims Eminem Not Popular in the Streets " Where I’m From We Don’t Listen to Eminem"

Boosie Badazz Shares His Thoughts on Eminem's Music and Its Relevance in the Streets
Boosie Badazz recently opened up about his perspective on Eminem's music, revealing that it isn't widely embraced in his hometown of Baton Rouge. Speaking in an interview with Cam Capone News, the Louisiana rap icon expressed that Eminem's music doesn't resonate with the streets where he grew up.
In the trenches where I'm from, we don't really listen to Eminem; I've never heard anybody in my projects playing Eminem. It's just not what we vibe to.

- Boosie Badazz

Despite acknowledging Eminem's lyrical prowess, Boosie emphasized that the Detroit rapper's music simply isn't part of the cultural fabric in his community. "I can recognize his talent. He can definitely rap," Boosie remarked. "But where I'm from, Eminem's music doesn't really touch people like that."

Boosie Badazz Acknowledges Eminem's Talent But Claims His Music Doesn't Resonate With Him Personally:

Boosie also emphasized the subjective nature of musical taste, noting that different people have different preferences when it comes to their favorite artists. He pointed out that while Eminem may not resonate with him personally, other artists like DMX deeply connect with listeners from all walks of life.

Everybody has their own list of greats. DMX, for example, is someone who really lived what he rapped about. His music resonated with people beyond just New York. It's about authenticity and relatability.

- Bossie Badazz

This isn't the first time Boosie has offered his candid opinions on the rap game. In a previous interview with VladTV, he also shared his thoughts on the relevance of artists like JAY-Z and Nas in today's music scene, suggesting that their music may not be as prevalent in contemporary clubs.

While Boosie's remarks may stir up debate among fans, they highlight the diverse perspectives within the hip-hop community and the importance of recognizing the impact of different artists on various audiences. Ultimately, music is a deeply personal experience, and what resonates with one person may not necessarily resonate with another.

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