Kanye West’s closest collaborators and pals have opened up about their concern for the Chicago native following his controversial TMZ interview and his current assembly with Donald Trump on the Oval Office. Some them have slammed ‘Ye on social media, whereas others have voiced their help for him. Jermaine Dupri falls within the latter class and he not too long ago defined that he’ll proceed to help Kanye West, regardless his political stance.
In a current interview with CNN, Jermaine Dupri spoke on So So Def, Aretha Franklin and voiced his opinion on Kanye West. Although he acknowledged the truth that he might need an unpopular opinion in relation to the G.O.O.D Music founder, he does imagine that Kanye has the suitable to say what he desires.
“I am positive folks will hate me for saying this, however I assumed this was a free nation and you’ll say and assume nevertheless you need,” he mentioned on Kanye West’s controversial opinions. “Last time I checked, anyway.”
Jermaine Dupri and Kanye West have a reasonably prolonged historical past collectively. In reality, one Kanye’s earliest beat placements was on Jermaine Dupri’s 1998 album, Life In 1478.
This 12 months marks the 25th anniversary Dupri’s So So Def music label. To rejoice, he launched an exhibit on the Grammy Museum which incorporates memorabilia from Kris Kross, Xscape and extra. The exhibit runs till March 2019.