As trap music has taken center stage in today's hip hop such as Future, TIP, and Migos ( adding a few mumble rappers) is has pushed back the agenda of keeping drugs out but what some might say promote it. These are a few takes from Jeezy's interview,
"I can get it if that's your vice and that's what you like, then we gon' respect that," he said, "But once your words get out and you telling people this is 'it' and that's how it is, I don't know if I could respect that."
He later states that regardless of whether the music sounds good or not, ultimately he wonders what these rappers stand for.
"Okay, the music is cool but like, what you stand for, though? If I had a conversation with you like, you gon' be too doped up to tell me something cool? You know what I'm sayin'?" he said, "I can't follow you to the end of the earth like for one, you don't even know what the fuck you talkin' bout. These people are leaders. I don't think they understand that."