Ebro Says Report Labels Are Prioritizing Afrobeats & Latin Music Over Rap

Radio persona and DJ Ebro Darden thinks hip-hop has fallen off regardless of the tradition reaching its fiftieth anniversary. Giving his scorching tackle Twitter, the Ebro Within the Morning co-host stated that he acquired a name relating to rap’s alleged troubled future, and that report labels are inserting significance on Afrobeats and Latin music.

Though hip-hop has made strides within the underground and mainstream, there has not been a No. 1 hip-hop tune on the Billboard charts, except for Latto’s look on “Seven” with BTS member Jungkook. Lil Uzi Vert’s The Pink Tape was the primary rap album of 2023 to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, adopted by Travis Scott’s Utopia.

Previous to his tweet made on Thursday (August 17), Darden had extra critiques for rap artists, calling out some for not ‘thanking’ the tradition regardless of their successes. One month prior, Darden went after Drake, the second highest-selling rapper of all-time (behind Eminem) for allegedly staying silent on social points relating to African-People.

“Y’all know I’m the most important Drake fan on this present,” Darden stated on Apple’s Rap Life Overview present. “Drake has by no means proven as much as have something to say about something happening in society with Black of us or something aside from himself.”

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Regardless, Drake remains to be shifting forth together with his It’s All A Blur Tour with opening acts 21 Savage and Sexyy Pink, whereas different rappers have just lately canceled their deliberate excursions