YK Osiris Slams "Trash Ass Music," Believes He's The Only One Dropping Quality Content
YK Osiris has yet to share new music in 2023, but still, the young singer insists that his past releases are better than the "trash ass" songs landing on DSPs today. He ranted about this on his Instagram Story over the weekend, agreeing with Coi Leray's recent sentiment that "anything [is] a hit." To be fair, the artists aren't exactly wrong, seeing as modern technology has made being a part of the industry easier than ever before. Aside from anyone being able to release their own music, another major complaint lately has been about artificial intelligence generating fake songs or covers, many of which spark massive debates online.
In another post on his Story, Osiris continued to rant, "It's scary out here lol... And y'all allow it to happen lol . Man y'all sick lol, real music my ass lol." When directly addressing the camera, the 24-year-old added, "One thing y'all cannot say, is that Osiris music is trash." He continued, "You can say whatever you wanna say... But I guarantee you, ask your mama, ask your little sister. Osiris is not trash ass music n*gga!"
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YK Osiris is Feeling Himself
"Imma show y'all n*ggas. That trash, doo-doo ass music y'all been droppin', that shit dookie as f*ck!" Osiris yelled. "And y'all keep allowing that shit to happen, and now I'm mad." The Jacksonville native didn't explicitly state when he plans to wow us with his first drop of 2023, but he's certainly confident that it'll out-do anything we've heard from other artists in his league so far this year.
His last track, "BE MY GIRL," was the only solo offering we heard from the recording artist in 2022. The year before that was much stronger, giving us titles like "This Christmas" and "Love Pains" with Mak Sauce and Meize Bentley. What's your favourite YK Osiris song? Let us know in the comments, and check back later for more hip-hop/pop culture news updates.
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