EXCLUSIVE: Z-Ro Talks Changes In Rap Music Since The 1990’s (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) Texas rapper Z-Ro sat down with AllHipHop.com to talk about several topics. The Drankin’ & Drivin’ album creator discussed his career, being considered “underrated,” and the changes that have taken place in rap music since the 1990’s.

“Back then, you really had to be chosen to be a favorite. You really had to be saying something that somebody wanted to hear,” Z-Ro tells AllHipHop’s Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur. “Now it’s way different, because you don’t have to say nothing no more. You can just get on there and just recite the ABC’s in a cool type of way, and you’re number one.”

The 39-year-old rhymer released his first album in 1998. His debut LP Look What You Did to Me was followed by over a dozen other projects including Z-Ro vs. the World, Let the Truth Be Told, and Crack.

Watch Z-Ro’s interview below.

Z-Ro’s latest offering Drankin’ & Drivin’ drops on July 15 and is available for pre-order now. He also released the Solid EP in January, also available on iTunes. Click here to buy.