WHO RUINED HIPHOP!?!? PUFF DADDY:
Who's to blame? It's hard to say. Certainly, Puff Daddy's work with the Notorious B.I.G. in the early '90s did plenty to cement the idea of hip-hop as a genre of conspicuous consumption.
I kid, I kid, (mostly), but this is part 2 in his series on American hip-hop, focusing why in less than 30 years, we went from small time, underground, revolution, truth to power music to Me and My Bugatti stuff.