In support of his newly released sophomore album, The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread And Circuses, Saigon has been making his NYC press run. Most recently, he stopped by Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club, where he said he's past punching his rap peers. However, there's one reason he still might, and he has a couple in mind.
While Sai has changed his ways, he says he can't stand the message rappers send to the youth these days, specifically artists like Rick Ross and 2 Chainz. "If they don't change the message, though, for real, I'mma whole new beef. I would wanna punch Rick Ross, 2 Chainz... everybody who's putting out detrimental music for children man. These companies market the music to children, and ya'll know that."
As far as music he does like, that he could play for his children, he says its few and far between. "For me to find progressive rap, I got to go search high and low... and its hidden, like something I would play for my kids, because I love hip-hop. I grew up on hip-hop. "
The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2 is out now. Order now on iTunes.