Too $hort Reflects On Why He Wasn't A Victim Of Government Censorship On "Soulful Sundays"

Los Angeles, CA – Too $hort linked up with TR1LL Editor-In-Chief Trent Clark at Comfort LA in downtown Los Angeles for a brand new episode of Soulful Sundays. While having fun with a scrumptious meal, Clark requested the Hip Hop legend about why his music by no means confronted the federal government scrutiny that the likes of N.W.A and a pair of Live Crew did.

“I wonder if it can have anything to do with the fact that I wasn’t really utilizing a publicist to get me on front covers of magazines and stuff,” Too $hort responded. “I got some covers here and there over the years, but it was only because of achievements. It wasn’t because someone was calling saying, “I need a cover for Too $hort.’”

He continued, “And I think they were more or less targeting artists who they felt were impacting suburb kids, really impacting them and changing their whole mind frame. Versus Too $hort just saying, ‘Go getchu some head and some money.’ A little difference than ‘F the police.’ But at the same time, it was explicit. It was edgy. I don’t think it was deemed dangerous.”

In addition to the censorship dialogue, Too $hort detailed his love of funk music. He additionally touched on his OG standing, the evolution of Hip Hop and far more in the course of the enlightening dialog.

Check out your entire episode of Soulful Sundays above.

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