Metta World Peace shares his thoughts on the current state of hip-hop.
Not known strictly for balling, Metta is one of the best rappers in the NBA, and during the exclusive interview he talked about hip-hop and what it means to him.
Metta explains how he thinks that the genre of hip-hop has changed so much that he doesn't even consider it true hip-hop anymore, saying "hip-hop is educational." As he goes on, explains how hip hop used to tell listeners about who the rapper is-- but now it's more about who the rapper wants to be. He says, "I don't know who anybody is anymore." He adds, "I'm weird, so I'm not hip-hop. I'm very weird. But I love hip-hop." World Peace closes out the interview with a quick freestyle of his own.
Watch the full interview clip below. What do you guys think about current hip hop? [via BOA]