NORE is urging rappers not to interview hip-hop media

NORE is urging rappers not to interview hip-hop media

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It has been killed with NORE Get champs REVOLT’s podcast is becoming one of the premiere hip-hop podcasts. Recently, guests like Kanye West, Pusha T, A7 AP Rocky and Snoop Dogg have come to him. The format of the show is an intimate conversation with a colleague about drinking which is always sure to provide iconic hip-hop stories.

Don’t forget about your people and where you come from.

Last night, Norega took to Twitter to expose the artists to the big media platforms and to avoid hip-hop altogether. David Letterman was one of the outlets he mentioned and people were quick to bring Cardi B into the mix as soon as he appeared on the latest episode of his Netflix show. However, hip-hop outlets or even black outlets are not a new source of frustration for journalists.

Entertainment journalists have been talking about this for years. For example, there’s a long pattern of advertisers on the movie’s red carpet that takes their clients past black outlets for more mainstream outlets.

The problem may be in the people managing the talent schedule or the talent feeling is very good but something has to be given. In our culture, we have a lot of podcasts that dominate the podcast charts to avoid them and by ignoring the viewers they have created an impact that has been created by their craft. Norega made it clear in the air this morning that he was not isolating Cardi BK to provoke a potential beef.

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