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Bone Crusher Calls The Current State Of Atlanta Hip-Hop “Garbage”

Bone Crusher Calls The Current State Of Atlanta Hip-Hop “Garbage”

Atlanta native and rapper Bone Crusher recently sat down with VladTV to discuss the new sound emerging from the dirty south and let’s just say he isn’t too fond of it. Mr. “Never Scared,” who recently celebrated his 41st birthday, believes music coming from that region isn’t going in the right direction and straight up trash.

Atlanta native and rapper Bone Crusher recently sat down with VladTV to discuss the new sound emerging from the dirty south and let’s just say he isn’t too fond of it. Mr. “Never Scared,” who recently celebrated his 41st birthday, believes music coming from that region isn’t going in the right direction and straight up trash.

“I don’t think it’s going in the right direction,” said Bone Crusher. “I think it’s garbage really. What happened is that the children—It’s like right now it’s a [fine]. When we did it it was no Atlanta scene. It wasn’t none of that.”

Bone Crusher went on to recollect the nostalgic years of upcoming Atlanta hip-hop when OutKast and Organized Noize emerged on the scene.

“We had OutKast and Organized [Noize],” said Bone Crusher. “They were great, man. They did wonderful things for this city. But it wasn’t a movement until Tip and me and Jon and Ying Yang. And we came in and made it of the street. Where OutKast and Organized made you at a higher level, which is amazing. And we needed that. We brought the street, the real gritty, gritty street to it. And that made everybody go crazy.”

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