Boosie Badazz doesn’t think that Jay-Z’s music is relevant today.
“Jay-Z’s not relevant these days for music. I don’t [think so]. If you’re gonna say Jay-Z is relevant and Nas ain’t relevant? No,” he said.
“When I go to these clubs in Atlanta—these 25-to-35 clubs—I’m not hearing Nas, I’m not hearing Jay-Z. Every club I go in, it’s not one or the other. Jay-Z is respected by these people for being that boss that he is. When Jay-Z flash across that muthaf-cka, it’s somethin’ with a billion dollars, it’s somethin’ with 500 billion, 200 billion when them young n-ggas see him. It ain’t his songs flashing across no f-ckin’ social media, it’s his hustle,” he added. “That n-gga got hustle.”
Boosie was discussing 21 Savage similar remarks about Nas. 21 and Nas also have a song out together.
“He’s definitely relevant to his fanbase,” Boosie said of Nas. “He’s still making music, he’s still doing that, then he’s still relevant. I think  was looking at it on a young n-gga’s perspective.”
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