New York resident spitter Saigon blessed the Hip Hop heads with some visuals today. Saigon’s “Plant The seed” embodies what hip hop should sound like. Maybe I’m still stuck in the 90’s but I’m pretty sure I’d rather be stuck in 1997 with NY rap dominating the game than listen to any one given song on the radio in 2012. Ill trade in my iPhone for a beeper any day if it means I don’t have to hear Nikki Minaj or 2 Chainz make a mockery of my culture ever again. Listen up kids, take notes, have something to say. Life is more than swag and poppin bottles. Enjoy Bitches!
editor’s note: Here’s some recent quotes from Saigon on radio champions Rick Ross and Big Sean:
Saigon On Rick Ross:
“Why ya’ll supportin’ a nigga that promotes the destruction of our community? Why are you doin’ that? Why would you let this nigga thrive and we don’t know where our next jobs are coming from? He’s rapping about selling kilos of cocaine and selling drugs. This is what he’s about, this whole lifestyle saying he’s so rich and he eats shrimp every night, and ya’ll support this shit?”
Saigon On Big Sean:
“Ya’ll broke and poor and your family’s about to get kicked out. That’s our hit son! That’s his hit. Nobody knows the words to this song, all they know is “a$$, a$$, a$$, a$$, a$$, a$$, a$$” [background noises]. We don’t care about “a$$, a$$, a$$, a$$,” but this is the society we livin’ in right now. So it’s like alright.”