The 33-year-old rapper said integrity leads to fairness, adding that people become empathetic to each other.
The 33-year-old rapper said integrity leads to fairness, adding that it allow people to become empathetic to each other.
He said:"I don’t think it’s one thing, but I think if there is one thing at this moment that we need more, its integrity and fairness.”
“The more integrity you have, it will also lead to more fairness and if we treat each other with more fairness and more value, not trying to undercut each other, there is a lot that will go better because we will be more empathetic to each other as humans."
He said he is looking forward to sharing knowledge with academia, saying the music industry has become influential.
He also said music trends has become an integral part of the global web, citing culture export and culture exchange programmes.
“I’m looking forward to actually going into the halls of academia more and being able to share what we do because you know, there is too much of a gap between popular culture, popular music, and academia.
"But what we do is very influential and I’m not even saying it has to be studied but it has to be taken into account.
"You can’t talk about globalisation without talking about music trends. We can’t talk about a lot of these bigger things… even if it’s the culture of import and export, depending on who or what we are influencing...,” he concluded.