Jay-Z dropped one of the craziest tracks on which he airs out the family laundry on. You know. "Family Feud". And ever since then rappers have been following J's lead by spittin their own rendition of the track (Checkout the article "Family Feud: The Instrumental Rappers Are Using for Therapy"). Not to be left out M.C. has a few words for the state of rap in Oklahoma of which it would only be right that he use "Family Feud" for his track "Part Two".
I'm known more for the clothes than all my raps,
Anyone who has been to both Tulsa and Oklahoma City knows that even though they are separated by less than a 2 hour drive that these two places feel like there thousands of miles apart. The same goes for the people that live there. There has always been a state feud between these two cities who both have seen there share of national attention both good and bad.
This feud is so deeply rooted that it that it has spilled over into both hip-hop scenes, Which has also lead to a number of beefs and subliminal shots toward rappers from both cities. There has always been a constant competition between Tulsa and Oklahoma City and this is just dividing the state even more as both cities are wanting to claim the crown as the Oklahoma hip-hop capital. Something M.C. speaks on:
We sharin' the same state
So how big can hip-hop in Oklahoma be? The possibilities are truely endless. But one things for sure is that hip-hop in Oklahoma will never reach it's full potential if we don't come together as a state and support each other. Because as M.C. explains it. "Nobody wins when the family feuds. That's nothing new!".
Checkout M.C's remix to Family Feud called "Part Two" below: