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N.O.R.E. Would Like Jay-Z To Interview With ‘The People’s Party’ Instead Of Mainstream Media

Jay-Z recently sat down for a rare interview with Gayle King. But N.O.R.E. thinks the interview should’ve gone to a hip-hop platform.

Jay-Z recently sat down for a rare interview with Gayle King to promote his “Book of Hov” exhibit. But N.O.R.E. thinks the interview should’ve gone to a hip-hop platform.

N.O.R.E. recently appeared on Talib Kweli’s “People’s Party” podcast where they discussed the evolution of hip-hop media platforms run by veteran rappers. The “Drink Champs” host uses his platform to give flowers to the greats of hip-hop.

It’s something N.O.R.E. takes issue with as he feels Jay-Z should be interviewing on platforms that promote the culture he represents.

“I love JAY-Z. He sat down with Gayle King, it’s a great relationship … would I rather him sit with the People’s Party? Would I rather him sit with Joe Budden’s podcast or Drink Champs or Million Dollaz Worth of Game? Of course,” he said.

“Because we’re finally in the space of us owning our own everything, and podcasts is help for that.”

Topics range similar to those discussed on “Drink Champs” over alcoholic beverages. With Jay-Z having ownership in the popular cognac D’usse, sitting down with N.O.R.E would only be right.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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