Young E Class Thinks Wale is Successful But Wants Street Recognition (Part 4)



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In this VladTV exclusive, Young E Class talks about the D.C. music scene. He describes it as a city with talented people yet janky promoters. He also explains that the city is a mix of mumble rap, underground hip-hop, and other sub-genres.

“I’m like a breath of fresh air for a lot of people because I’m bringing hope for n*ggas that’s trapping or n*ggas that’s in jail,” said Young E Class. The rapper talks about the importance of being savvy as an artist –since the game is already saturated. He also points out how other DC-born rappers like Wale, Shy Glizzy, and Fat Trel made it big.

The interview concludes with E Class reminiscing on opening up for Boosie. Ultimately, Young E Class believes networking and hustling are essential.

Watch the full clip above.

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