Irv Gotti likes to stir things up in his old age. His latest hot take involves Drake and Travis Scott.
During his stop on The Breakfast Club, he described why it's LaFlame over Drizzy. [Jump to 51 minutes.]
"You don't see or hear from the young generation albums...impactful albums," Irv said. "You feel impactful singles. Listen, I'm going to even say Drake, who I love. Drizzy, I love ya, you know I love you, you know what I am saying? You know, 'Murder Inc. like my n*gga Irv' that's me. Aye, I love ya, I love your music, but would you say Drizzy has delivered an album to that stature? Which I know he can, but I don't know if he collectively put that energy and said, 'I'm gonna deliver a masterpiece.'"
"The only artist that I'd give it to, really is Travis Scott," he continued. "That last album, that Brian McKnight or whatever. When I put that album in, I was like, 'Yo, who is this guy?'"
Gotti is talking about Scott's second album, 2016 Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight .
Do you think it's weird Gotti didn't remember the name of the greatest album of a generation?