R.A the Rugged Man discusses Joe Budden vs Lil Yachty (Old vs Young debate) Спампаваць

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  • 9 июн. 2017 г.

  • Watch full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHr0i... R.A. The Rugged Man joined by Ruste Juxx, Stro, Mad Squablz, Mr. Green and Jarv discuss Joe Budden vs. Lil Yachty and friction between hip-hop generations. Listen on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i... Listen on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ratheruggedman... Listen on Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen#... Listen on Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1216444328/ https://ratheruggedman.net/


  • Benjamin Naderi
    Benjamin Naderi 2 года назад

    R.A. you once said, "If you put Eminem on a track with me, I slaugher him to pieces, is that disrespectfull? No because I'm sure Em thinks the same about me" correct?

  • MrTantamount
    MrTantamount 3 года назад

    Those million people listening to Lil' Yachty are pop music fans . Not hip hop fans .

  • Realnigga Turner
    Realnigga Turner 3 года назад

    King Los >>>> radio rap

  • Daniel Brennan
    Daniel Brennan 3 года назад

    dude in white soundin like Charlie Murphy 😂

  • Underground Chamber Muzik
    Underground Chamber Muzik 3 года назад

    if lil yachty had love for hip hop and respects the craft he wouldnt be making garbage music

  • AxeMan808
    AxeMan808 1 месяц назад

    "What? You gonna fight with the people now?"

  • Dr. Zu Zularious
    Dr. Zu Zularious 1 месяц назад

    Epic coming together. Meeting of the minds!

  • Holy Smokes
    Holy Smokes 3 года назад

    that kid had a point the first time I heard of yachty was when Vlad interviewed RA. Outside of that I seen him on a Sprite commercial once

  • TheHipHopRealm
    TheHipHopRealm 3 года назад

    I like what that guy said, we got to keep promoting and respecting the good joints

  • william mcarty
    william mcarty 2 года назад

    no joe challenged method man after that interview in true hiphop fashion...he got punched in the face for it too! way different than yachty

  • Alan Tomkowicz
    Alan Tomkowicz 3 года назад

    Salute brothers

  • Lorenzo Billy Begay
    Lorenzo Billy Begay 3 года назад


  • comedian freak
    comedian freak 1 месяц назад

    Those are some wise young gentlemen.

    CALMBEATS 3 года назад

    millions of people listen to him because they have a great marketing team pushing their music. . many people make better and equally as good music that are unknown to the commercial world. UGLifers

  • sadegh sadeghi
    sadegh sadeghi 2 года назад

    Joe did say on the show that he did disrespect the legends and he acknowledged that it was stupid what he did, he knows

  • davor obradovic
    davor obradovic 2 года назад

    Chill with it . There is meny layers to this and chambers upon chambers to explore yet . Having said that , it strikes me that media is controlling the narative on some 'old vs young' bullshit . And thats a distraction from fact that most of them are not very poetic and they spit mostly empty shallow shit . But there is place for shallow fun party tunes too , it would be nice to hear some poetry from new kisd to tho

  • Saucetacular
    Saucetacular 3 года назад

    Man only weird young bulls hate mumble rap

  • theduckduncan
    theduckduncan 2 года назад


  • Beowulf Il
    Beowulf Il 3 года назад

    people with riches have no reason to rap sometimes and that's what I don't understand...I think rap should stay in the ghetto

  • Klaya Sslaya
    Klaya Sslaya 3 года назад

    I find this really interesting because this debate is alive 24/7 in the hip hop scene all around the world. Its hard sometimes finding a balance between honouring and respecting the history of culture, those who brought it to the forefront and grounded it with hard work and dedication to bring it into eternity and then simply with love and gratitude and flow embracing the honour it is to have hip hop beats and culture in your life today. I am limited with my historical retention of hip hop culture, i comprehend the journey the struggles and the artistry and innovation that invigorated our world with raw truth, mostly from WOM pop culture and docos. But hip hop saved my life when recovering from trauma recently which i'm sure is commonly relatable to those who resonate with hip hop and its power. I was lost in a beautifully insane entanglement of thought and process as i rebuilt my self and my views on reality and my every being, when my brother started playing hip hop beats those entangled thoughts became poetry. I knew nothing in this moment of the history the scene or the culture of hip hop but i also profoundly connected with it, Im not sure if we can truly own anything other than our actions, it could be so that ideas feelings and thoughts could merely be channeled through us rather than created by us or maybe its a flow like the vibes you put out gives you access to the vibes you receive. Whatever is going on I have a deep and loving gratitude for hip hop and anyone who puts ideas thought and flow into action to spread its power and vibration through the world. Yet if you interrogated me about the history id be a fool though noone will stop me from embarking on my journey to express myself through poetry to a mean ass beat even if its just for me...