VaporsNYC: The Problem vs. The Hustla
Man.. ya’ll make it really hard to like Meek Mill. It’s like Meek has become the loud, repetitive and predictable voice of the young people. I’ve always favored young Millie before he started returning to the same formula, and that weak debut without my favorite track “I’m Rollin” on it. Even worst now that Cassidy has picked up Mr. Williams’ case i’ve loss more love. The arguments are stupid, who got more money? How many hits Cass got? Name a Cass song? It shows how easy hype can blind and how people forget where Cassidy did stand not too long ago.
So this post isn’t even about Meek vs. Cassidy, it’s more so a reminder. The only argument is really Old Cassidy to New Cassidy. If we can forget The Hustla so easily? What makes you think we’ll remember Meek Mill after a couple of mixtapes and a lone album? Cassidy’s debut was certified gold in the first month a pace no other Philly rapper has kept up with. You forgetful bastard.
How silly of us to think Cass would have a “Problem” battle rapping? He easily made lunch out of some other high profile Philly rappers before. It wouldn’t be fair if this battle went acapella & face-to-face.
It’s kinda hard to lose with Kellz in his prime but c’mon. *Waves 6 fingers* This one can still come on in the club and have your honey singing along.
Swizzy wasn’t too annoying when he was adding his touches to Cass’ tracks. This one wasn’t even too long ago & wasn’t a stranger to the club or radio.
Aight… now don’t play dumb, you is not that stupid. Fuck all the tracks for the chicks and that sweet shit, this was Cassidy. BARS, attitude & all street. I mean the Hov sample carries it miles but still.
Before tweets would influence your opinion we actually would meet up and talk about tracks. “Everybody shut up, i got it on my phone” then the critic came shortly after. I remember being in high school arguing about who had the best verse on this one. Cassidy held his ground with some of the hardest spitters at the time and don’t you forget it.
Now run go tell your friends what you’ve seen here. Spread what you’ve learned.