Part 1: https://goo.gl/kRGrqT Part 2: https://goo.gl/xXgwS3 Part 4: https://goo.gl/pKuqte __________________________ In this clip, Chicago legend Twista goes in depth on a number of topics. He talks about the history of violence in Chicago going back to his generation and how that compares to today and "Chiraq." Twista believes that violence hasn't spiked so much as our exposure to it based on social media. He was candid about his personal exposure to Chicago's violent side and spoke about bodyguards in particular that have lost their lives while working security for the Chi-town MC. Later on Twista and DJ Vlad chop it up on the current state of hip-hop and how Chief Keef was the paradigm shift for this generation of rappers and the overall evolution of the genre. DJ Vlad posed a question to Twista about what he would do to fix Chicago if he had a billion dollars to which Twista answered "I would definitely try to create jobs."
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