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In this clip, Godfrey gets fired up when discussing hip-hop. He first goes in on the nature of battle rap today pointing to one of the most popular battles in recent memory between Drake and Meek Mill. According to Godfrey, the diss tracks that came out of that battle were “the worst sh** I’ve ever heard.” He then outlines how battles of past were more technically sound and hard-hitting, specifically some famous battles involving LL Cool J. Godfrey goes on to give his take on Lonzo Ball’s controversial dig at Nas. He tells the NBA rookie to “play ball and get dope” before he offers his opinions on any of the hip-hop greats. Godfrey wraps up by proposing a battle of the generations that would pit artists from the 90s “golden era” with the rappers of today.


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