300 Entertainment boss and former Def Jam head Lyor Cohen is already one of the most prominent rap music execs.
That profile got a little bigger last night when he starred on the CNBC show Follow The Leader. In the episode, Cohen gives 300 artist Young Thug advice on his career.
Waka Flocka wasn't feeling the dialogue.
300 Entertainment is an independent label which is distributed by Atlantic. In addition to Young Thug, Cohen and 300 have deals with Migos, Fetty Wap and Rich The Kid.
Do you agree with Waka that Cohen is a soul-sucking non-legend? Or is he selling the 56-year old and his accomplishments short?