Jermaine Dupri Discusses The Documentary, “Power, Influence and Hip-Hop” And More
by Denver Lark
The documentary special, “Power, Influence
The one-hour documentary set to premiere July 18 on WE tv will follow the history of So So Def, and one of the very few black-owned labels from its humble beginnings to its success.
Recently in an interview with People Now, Dupri credited Da Brat for “breaking the mold” for women in rap after becoming the first solo female Platinum-selling rap artist. When he was asked whether or not he had a favorite current female rapper, Dupri found himself unable to name anyone.
“I feel like they’re all rapping about the same thing,” Dupri explains. “I don’t think they’re showing us who’s the best rapper. For me, it’s, like, strippers rapping.” One can assume that he’s referencing artists like Cardi B., who is not only
Soon enough rapper Cardi B responded with this on Instagram:
Check out the trailer for the documentary here.