Kevin Hart has quietly collected some of the biggest interviews in hip-hop over the past year or two through his Peacock talk show Hart to Hart.
The actor has already sat down with Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, and now he’s speaking with J. Cole, who, like the other two, rarely does interviews, and spoke about the current state of hip-hop. According to the North Carolina rapper, women have been pushing the culture forward.
"I think it's fire," he said when asked about it. "It's a whole different ballgame, you know what I mean? A whole different crop of young superstars and styles... I've been feeling like this for maybe a year or two [and] I hate to say it almost because it sounds almost like pandering, but I really do think, like, man, it's a lot of fire female rappers."
Cole went on to say that women rappers are creating some of “the most exciting” music “commercially” and “giving us a lot of fire moments.”
"It was never like that, you always had one... a Lil Kim, a Foxy," he continued. "There could never be more than one, it almost felt like, now it's like, bro, we getting moments and moments and moments. I think that's hard."
The sentiments were part of a trailer for the latest episode of Hart to Hart, which you can view below.