Twista on How Hip-Hop Was Different in the 90s, “There Was More Competition” (Part 1)

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In this VladTV exclusive, Twista talks about his new mixtape ‘Summer 96,’ which he says is titled in dedication of the golden age of hip-hop. During this time, Twista notes that he released his third album Adrenaline Rush that featured the single “Get It Wet,” while adding that the genre was different in the 90s when there wasn’t any internet and there was more competition. From there, he adds that he collaborates with Do or Die on the new mixtape, as he speaks on his ultimate goal of bridging the gap between Chicago rappers of different generations and eras. “They’re gonna get that call” Twista says of all the new rising stars from Chicago, noting that he’s fan of G Herbo, Lil Durk, Chief Keef, and all the other artists making noise in the city.

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