In an interview with Noisey, The Clipse’s “bad seed” speaks candidly about where he sees himself going from here, stating “I want to see hip-hop be around forever and to match the rock ‘n’ roll counterparts, you know, the touring of Eagles and Foreigner. I want to see hip-hop do that.” He also mentions that Yeezy’s whole intent on Yeezus was “To not be classified in any rapper category.” When asked if it is weird being famous, this is what Pusha had to say:
Not to me. I’m not super famous. I’m regular famous. I’m like low-budget famous. Poverty famous. This is poverty fame. [Laughs.] Poverty fame is where I can get into the club—the hip-hop club—with my friends and they’ll give me a table and a bottle. One bottle. One poverty bottle. Not two. Not five. We’re drinking one poverty bottle. But there’s not paparazzi. I’m not paparazzi famous, so it’s not that weird.
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