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China Mac: Record Labels Should Be Liable for Promoting Music that Causes Violence (Part 12)

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Part 11: https://youtu.be/GT_HQDFB3eM
Part 1: https://youtu.be/KqFfgW7OucU
In this clip, DJ Vlad starts the conversation by addressing the foundation of gangsta rap and stating that emcees should not make music about anything they are criminally related to. This leads to a discussion about the feds’ usage of Young Thung’s lyrics from “Bad Boy” in their recent indictment of the YSL rapper. Then, DJ Vlad makes a bold prediction about the outcome of the case (and hip hop in general) regarding Young Thug, indicating that it could end with a major lawsuit between YNF Lucci’s mother and Young Thug’s record label. To that, China Mac appears to agree with DJ Vlad’s viewpoint about holding record labels more accountable for the violent nature of rap music, adding that money is at the root of the problem as well.

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