Nowadays, everyone wants to live the life of a rap star. However, not everyone can become a rap star. Recently, The Breakfast Club’s Charlamagne Tha God argued that becoming a rap icon isn’t meant for everyone. Leave it to the host to tell people the hard truth and ask the even harder questions. Additionally, the radio host encouraged those who drop out of school to explore other talents that they may possess.
The Rappers Of Today
Most recently, Charlamagne Tha God brought up an interesting question that the rap community has debated over timelessly. Furthermore, there are several rappers that have revolutionized the rap game while others fall short. Fans and artists alike have commented on the new era of rappers, with many noting that they lack authenticity and originality. Charlamagne Tha God even went as far as making a joke out of the years’ long debate.
Charlamagne Tha God Doesn’t Think Rap is for Everyone
Recently, The Breakfast Club host shared a post that notes that people who quit school shouldn’t pursue a rap career. In short, the post originated from the idea of rap stars who left high school or college to become a rap star. It’s led many aspiring talents to assume the same will happen for them. Yet, the radio host argued that not everyone will become a rap success. Not one to beat around the bush, Charlamagne Tha God further argued that these types of “touchy” conversations should be had in the black community.
What do you think? Should everyone pursue their dreams of being a rap star? Or should they seek out other talents?