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    Michael B Jordan Says Drake is the G.O.A.T. Over 2pac and Jay-Z

    When Michael B Jordan was promoting his last two films, Creed III and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantuamia, he had a funny reaction when Jonathan Majors suggested that Jay-Z should be the G.O.A.T.

    It’s a debate that has been going on for years. It’s all about the general feeling among fans.


    Jordan recently weighed in on Billboard’s list of the 50 greatest rappers of all time. He said he thinks Drake is the G.O.A.T. over 2pac and Jay-Z, and that Drake is “the LeBron of rap.”

    The rapper’s popularity with Jordan has been steadily growing. Having graced the screen in numerous films like “Hardball” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” he has now delighted fans with the release of his long-awaited debut album, titled “A Written Testimony.”

    In addition to his acting career, Jordan also runs a production company called Outlier Society. He partnered with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation to create an upcoming television series about Muhammad Ali.

    The ’90s were a rebirth for hip-hop, and 1996 was one of the most important years in its history. This was a time when the genre was in flux and was experiencing its first wave of revolutions. It was a time when rappers were not only writing raps but also rewriting the rules of the game.


    While 2pac and Jay-Z are always considered the greatest rappers of all time, Jordan says that he would pick Drake if he was a rapper. He made the bold statement during a conversation with his Creed III co-star Jonathan Majors, according to All Hip Hop.

    Jordan and Majors were in the studio for a segment called “GOAT Talk,” where they were asked to pick the best rapper of all time. They were tossing around who they thought was the best, and Jordan said that he would choose Drake.

    He’s no Tupac, but it’s hard to say that Drake isn’t a great rapper. In fact, he’s been getting some pretty high praise lately.

    In 1996, Tupac released his album All Eyez on Me, which was one of the most successful rap albums of all time. It was certified 5x platinum in less than two months, and spawned the number one singles, “How Do U Want It?” and “California Love.” Tupac’s influence continues to impact the industry today.


    When Jordan was posed the question about who he would name as his all-time GOAT in an episode of Complex’s “GOAT Talk,” he named 2Pac and Jay-Z. But if Jordan was asked to pick one rapper out of the two, he would choose Drake.

    It’s no secret that Drake’s a superstar. So far, his albums have topped the charts, and he’s won several major awards.

    But in 2012, he took his game to a new level. His OVO blog became a major hub for music, and he released songs like “Dreams Money Can Buy,” “Club Paradise,” and “Marvin’s Room” that instantly went viral.

    He’s rapped with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, and he landed guest verses on Billboard hits that introduced buzzing artists to a wider audience. That kind of impact is a definite indicator that you’re a contender for Best Rapper Alive.


    While Jay-Z was always a favorite rapper with Michael B Jordan, Drake also had a special place in his heart. He was a devoted fan of his music from when he was a child and listened to his older brother’s mixtapes religiously.

    As for his own rap career, it all started with his 2009 mixtape, So Far Gone. Unlike other rappers who only had a few hits in their early career, Drake quickly rose to superstardom with his spiky bars and sugary crooning.

    He then went on to act in the superhero film Chronicle, where he played three high school students who gain superpowers after encountering a mysterious object near their home in Seattle. Furthermore, he portrayed a significant character in the film “Fruitvale Station,” which compellingly narrates the tragic event involving Oscar Grant—an unarmed 22-year-old Black man fatally shot by a BART police officer.

    Jordan’s acting career was further boosted by his work with director Ryan Coogler in both Friday Night Lights and Creed. His most recent role was a villain, Eric Killmonger, in Black Panther, which opened to critical acclaim and made him a box office sensation.

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