“From what I was hearing, I wasn’t crystal clear on what he was saying,” Big Daddy Kane says during an interview with The Source. “To me, it sounded like if he was condemning the White privilege, the privileges White people have in Hip Hop. It kind of sounded like that, but then again, because he’s a clever thinker, it could be the type of thing where he’s spoofing what Black America thinks of White artists. It could have been that. I’m not really sure what he meant by it.”
In August, Big Daddy Kane defended Macklemore, who was being attacked for his “Downtown” single with Ryan Lewis, whose video features Rap pioneers Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee and Grandmaster Caz.
Listen to White Privilege 2 right here. What are your thoughts?