SOHH March Madness: “Nas Is The Youngest Veteran In The Whole Hip-Hop Game”

SOHH March Madness: “Nas Is The Youngest Veteran In The Whole Hip-Hop Game”

[Starting 5: With the annual NCAA March Madness tournament in full swing, SOHH asks your favorite hip-hop artists to name their rap-based starting five team line-ups. Today, Wu-Tang Clan’s Cappadonna brings out his God Squad.]

Point Guard: Jay-Z

I’m going to say Jay-Z is the leader of the team. He’s gonna be the foundation of the sh*t. He’s already showed and proved he can exceed the expectations of hip-hop. He even rapped with Big L. They were freestyling going back to back. He’s been down with the younger boys since back then.

Shooting Guard: Nas

New York is the foundation of hip-hop, regardless. When it comes down to features these days, I have to go with Nas. He’s the feature creature. That’s a tough one. Nas is the youngest veteran in the whole hip-hop game. He’s a priest, a revolutionary emcee. He’s well-rounded.

Small Forward: Jadakiss

I’ve got Jada at the small forward. Kiss ain’t even gonna miss that three-pointer. He’s not going to miss it. He knows he’s the top five. That’s a whole ‘nother story. It’s ill when you know you’re the top five.

Power Forward: 50 Cent

I have to put 50 Cent in there. 50 used to play football in real life. He definitely has that power forward energy. That’s where all that muscular sh*t comes from, all that football sh*t from when he was younger.

Center: KRS-One

If you put f*cking KRS-One right there, nobody’s going through him. He’s my center. It’s like everybody is going to respect him.

Coach’s Notes: You can expect to see me at the front seat of all the games. I’ve got the GM status. We right there just overlooking.

Did you miss DJ Whoo’s Starting 5? Make sure to check out his New York Moisture by clicking here.

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