Curtis and Kidd Kidd sat down with Flex last night and a number of topics came up during the conversation. In the clip above he touches on Kendrick’s “Control” verse and how it reignited the competitive aspect of Rap, a recent encounter with Nas at Soho House and the status of his relationship with Banks and Yayo.
“It’s a breath of fresh air for me because it’s saying there’s no more “Kumbaya My Lord”. Everybody’s not sitting by the campfire being friends. The competitive energy, that’s necessary for hip-hop that’s what it is. Our culture is competitive.”
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