2 Live Crew upset over VH1’s Hip-Hop Honors

    Fresh Kid Ice and Brother Marquis of 2 Live Crew think there’s too much unnecessary division in hip-hop.



     

     

     

     

     

     

    Fresh Kid Ice and Brother Marquis of 2 Live Crew think there’s too much unnecessary division in hip-hop.


     
    When Fresh Kid Ice and Brother Marquis performed at this year’s Hip Hop Honors Dirty South edition rap fans everywhere danced to their signature racy lyrics. The public was pleased with their appearance, but the crew had other sentiments.
     
    “I think that it was cool, but it was overdue that the south was honored, they shouldn’t [have] called it the Dirty South Edition. They shouldn’t distinguish, it’s all hip hop,” said Fresh Kid Ice. “All the groups from the North are coming down to vibe with the South, so it shouldn’t make a difference.”
     
    “I had a nice time, got to take a time to take pictures of beautiful ladies,” Brother Marquis added. “But how come they didn’t do hip-hop as whole?”
     
    Don’t be mistaken, the Crew was definitely excited about finally being noticed for starting a “no censorship” movement in rap. After all, there wouldn’t be any video vixens or freedom of speech in rap music today if not for them.
     
    “I think it’s good because if it wasn’t for groups like 2 Live Crew and NWA, everything that you’d be hearing on your stereo would be clean. It changed the whole music industry,” Fresh Kid Ice said about songs like “Me So Horny” and “As Nasty As They Wanna Be.”

     

     

    – Christina Coleman



     

     

     

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