Historically, people have placed Eminem high on their lists of the best rappers ever.
Snoop Dogg would beg to differ, explaining why he personally doesn’t place him so high up on The Breakfast Club.
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Posted @withregram • @thephoenixmag #SnoopDogg was in the first graduating class of #DrDre proteges. Since then, Dre has gone on to take talented artists from across the spectrum and mold them into legendary acts. During a conversation with the #BreakfastClub, Snoop explains that the Dr. Dre stamp of approval has helped a lot of artists’ careers including making fans believe that #Eminem is a top 10 rapper of all-time When asked why he doesn’t consider Eminem in his top 10, Snoop goes on to explain that there are a lot of rappers from the 1980s that Eminem couldn’t size up against. “There’s some n*ggas in the 80s that he couldn’t fuck with,” Snoop continued. “Like #Rakim, like #BigDaddyKane, like #KRSOne, like #LLCoolJ … Like #IceCube …” what y’all thoughts? #hiphop #boutdatonline #charlamagne #djenvy #fortheculture
“Eminem, the great white hope. White rappers had zero respect in rap,” said Snoop Dogg over a video call with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee. He goes on to say that Eminem has been put in a position where he can be considered one of the Top 10 rappers ever, arguing that he personally doesn’t believe he’s worthy of the spot.