Underrated: "I Was One Of The First Guys To Really Incorporate The Sports & The Music Worlds"
Tuesday, Apr 23, 2013 12:30AM
[Each week, SOHH asks two entertainment personalities to name who they feel is the most underrated emcee in hip-hop. After Tone Trump gave Freeway/Beanie Sigel the title, New York rapper Nature crowns himself SOHH Underrated.]
The most underrated is me. I'm SOHH Underrated because I feel like I was trendsetting and I was one of the first guys to really incorporate the sports world and the music world.
Everybody is so caught up in the lights, glamour and the glitter and sometimes that's not what it is. You know what I mean? For me, you know, I was fortunate enough to come into the game and make a little name for myself in the streets.
At the end of the day, people were still not paying attention. Maybe it wasn't dressed up right, maybe it was something else. I don't really know. It's not really until these days that I'm able to communicate with the fans through Twitter and see how much of an impact I've made.
I still see myself as somebody in the game that's trying to get better. Everything isn't defined by record sales. If you want to look at record sales, that's one thing but I feel like I've always been the underdog.
No matter who you are, I've got something for you.
Queensbridge rapper Nature is back with his new single Rock Like This produced by Skammadix. Rock Like This is a solid hip-hop record that reminds you of the true nature of hip-hop and what it really means to be an emcee. Nature brings straight-forward lyrical word play to the forefront and leaves the gimmicks behind on this record. This is NY hip hop at its finest. Rock Like This is the first single off of Nature's upcoming project Seasons Change: Spring due out at the end of April.
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