Rob $tone Decries Lower Standards In Hip Hop On "Soulful Sundays"

Los Angeles, CA – Rob $tone linked up with TR1LL Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark at Comfort LA in downtown Los Angeles for the most recent episode of DX’s Soulful Sundays. While having fun with a scrumptious meal, the 1207 member mentioned every little thing from the success of his hit single “Chill Bill” to working with Zaytoven.

At one level within the dialog, Clark requested $tone about how he views his friends in Hip Hop. The platinum-selling rapper revealed he’s unimpressed with their decrease requirements and expressed disappointment with the shortage of effort proven by many artists.

“I take music serious,” he famous. “I feel like a lot of niggas just going up in there, just sipping their drank, popping their pills, just going in the booth. I mean I’m watching niggas do it firsthand and straight up fits on weak-ass shit. And nobody around them is wanting to tell them it’s weak or they’re just cheating themselves, like shorting themselves, because the clout is cool. It’s a gang of bullshit, so I just try to steer away from artists like that now. [I] work with the real deal.”

Clark adopted up by asking $tone if he thought there could be a shift again to greater high quality work within the age of Instagram.

“Nah, ’cause all the OGs is co-signing it,” he mentioned with a smirk. “So nah, I don’t see it changing.”

Watch the most recent episode of DX’s Soulful Sundays that includes $tone above.

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