Originally Posted by Mr Marcus
No Not at all, we're mad because this is suppose to be "Journalism" and instead it sounds like a guy who's mad Troy ave has been calling the brand of rap he likes "weirdo" music so instead of focusing on Troy ave's music he focusing on what Troy ave is trying to represent.
I'm from NYC and i only like a few Troy ave records i'm on the fence about homie, i'm not quite a fan but he's also far from trash. This guy clearly has a vendetta against The kind of music Troy ave makes and his constant criticism of other artist style. This lame called him a bozo (Lord knows this dude would NEVER say that to his face), and seems to have a problem with the idea of a new NYC street rapper striking big mainstream.
The real issue at hand is that this article has all kinds of personal bias and the irony is that this is a website that will push Chief Keef or a young thug & praise them for being "original" & that isn't the case for them either. If this was a personal blog so be it, that's how you feel but you can't write for a "respected" publication and then throw darts from a stray. Not to mention that he also is downplaying all of Troy Ave's grind and hard work to get to a spot as if NYC DJ's and radio is just begging to throw up a new superstar. As if everyone had a roundtable discussion and said we want Troy Ave to be next, when that CLEARLY isn't the case and like his music or not he has grinded for years to reach the minor pedestal he's on.
So in an article some fragile blogger called this man out of his name & demeaned the hard work of him, his management, & all involved in his movement.... so in essence when one of those goons run up and mush him he deserves every piece of it. **** rap, **** the internet, as a man you are held accountable for what comes out of your mouth and he just personally insulted someone because he could hide behind a computer screen.