I'm the last of a dyin' breed, Hip-Hop lacks a variety
That's the reason I thrash on society
Same Old Stuff
Hopsin prides himself on being real, not conforming to the stereotypical mould for a successful rapper (drugs, cars, money, etc. for subject matter). Him being who he is, he constantly rips mainstream culture, both for the actions of those it influences and the actions it promotes themselves. By candidly ‘thrashing on society’, the counterculture Hopsin represents, and therefore Hopsin himself, gets more attention.
Hop finds that real rap is dying, replaced by more music about the same, stereotypical topics. Due to this, rappers like Hopsin are few and far between nowadays.
This is also one of numerous references to Scarface’s 6th album The Last of a Dying Breed
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