DJ Premier of Gang Starr insisted to Now Toronto that there’s a place for the music he makes, giving the nod to fellow record diggers like JayDee and Madlib as people with a respect for classic hiphop. “There’s a place for adult hiphop,” he claimed. “We’ve just got to prove that to people. I mean, those of us who have been in this game for years aren’t kids any more. Jay-Z’s in his 30s, De La Soul are in their 30s, and even 50 Cent is older, although he looks like a teenager.”
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