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Joe Budden Says Drill Music Will Be Over In 5 Years



Joe Budden Says Drill Music Will Be Over In 5 Years

Joe Budden Says Drill Rap Will Be Over In The Next 5 Years

Joe Budden says that the hype around Drill music will be over in 5 years.

“You drill n-ggas got the shortest of windows. That sh-t bout over. Y’all can go keep dancing with Eric Adams if you want. It’s over, buddy, in the next five, six years,” he said.

He continued, “The writing is on the wall, and that’s government-issued writing. That’s not Joe. That’s government-issued writing. Don’t start hitting me, mad at me. I’m just telling you what I’m looking at.”


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New York Mayor Eric Adams has waged war against the genre. Adams denied reports that he wanted to ban Drill music but said he was concerned about “violent people who are using drill rapping to post who they killed, and then antagonize the people who they are going to kill.”

Drill is a style of trap music that originated in Chicago streets in the late 2000s. It progressed into the American mainstream circa 2012 following the success of rappers and producers like Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Lil Reese, Fredo Santana, Young Chop, G Herbo, Lil Bibby, King Louie, and King Von who had many local fans and a significant internet presence.

Media attention and the signing of drill musicians to major labels followed. Artists within the genre have been noted for their style of lyricism and association with crime in Chicago.

A regional subgenre UK drill emerged in London, particularly in the district of Brixton, beginning in 2012. UK drill rose to prominence by mid-2012 and has influenced other regional scenes, such as Australian, Spanish, Irish, Dutch, and Brooklyn drill (re-introduced to Brooklyn in the late 2010s).

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