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LL Cool J Voices Displeasure Over Andre 3000’s Flute Pursuit: “C’mon, Bro”

by Madonna

LL Cool J, an enduring figure in hip-hop, recently shared his candid views during an appearance on The Shop with Lena Waithe. While discussing inspiration, LL expressed bewilderment at fellow legend Andre 3000’s shift away from rap towards a flute-centric album. He emphasized his desire for Andre to return to his roots and deliver the bars he’s known for, rather than exploring new musical avenues.

During the conversation, LL Cool J acknowledged Andre’s artistic freedom but stressed his preference for rap over flute instrumentals. Despite Waithe’s defense of Andre’s album, LL Cool J remained steadfast in his stance, likening the idea to himself releasing a violin album.

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In addition to critiquing other artists, LL Cool J also reflected on his own career, admitting to releasing albums that didn’t resonate with audiences. He highlighted the dichotomy of creating music for personal fulfillment versus crafting albums for broader cultural impact, suggesting that perhaps one day he might even venture into violin territory himself.

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LL’s comments underscore the ongoing dialogue within the hip-hop community about artistic evolution and staying true to one’s roots.

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