Photograph: BANG Showbiz. All rights reserved.
Saweetie thinks there’s an excessive amount of “violence and disrespect” in male music.
The 29-year-old star believes that ladies are presently “working” rap and hip-hop music.
Discussing current incidents of violence, Saweetie mentioned: “I imply, LA and different cities, it simply goes to point out that that is the rationale why girls is working rap and hip-hop, as a result of there’s simply a lot violence and disrespect within the male music.”
Saweetie really thinks the music scene has modified dramatically during the last 5 years.
The ‘Finest Buddy’ hitmaker informed the ‘Bootleg Kev Podcast’: “You gotta suppose, like, bear in mind, what was it, like 2016, 2017 … bear in mind when like YG, Tyga, Chris [Brown], Massive Sean, TeeFlii was out? It was enjoyable, celebration music.
“It wasn’t like, ‘I’ma do that to you, and this, and this,’ you realize? I really feel like we gotta elevate the vibration with the music and get again to having an excellent time. [I feel like there’s definitely a lack of] empathy and love, for actual.”
Earlier this month, Saweetie claimed that rapping is a harmful career, following the current deaths of PnB Rock and Drakeo the Ruler.
She mentioned: “I feel lots of people aren’t delicate to rappers, male or girls.
“Not solely are we being susceptible with our tales, it does get harmful due to a few of the environments we’re in. I simply hope the vibration within the hip-hop group raises, as a result of it’s unhappy seeing younger males cross away at such an early age. They didn’t deserve that.”
The rap star additionally claimed that she barely has time to “eat, relaxation or see relations” due to her intense schedule.
She defined: “Not all artists present behind the scenes, we actually put in a lot time. Our schedules get so loopy as a result of we’re working all evening, working all morning. Barely have time to eat, relaxation or see relations.
“Shoutout to the entire artists that acquired nominated as a result of getting recognition for onerous work is truthfully a priceless fee.”