Old rap fans seem to have quite an issue getting used to modern rappers’ music. Some people don't think the lyrics are real enough, they don't like the new beats, and some people just don't like the positive messages. Joe Budden is one of those people. He can't stand that there are rappers rapping about positive things in life. Earlier this year, Budden opposed Lil Yachty for his positive music. Now he's doing the same thing to chance the rapper.

Chance the Rapper

Chance the Rapper released 3 mix-tapes, each with a different theme. The latest mix-tape he released was "Coloring Book," released last year. It spreads a message of positivity and hope while focusing on the hardships of getting where you want to be in life.

Chance the Rapper recently performed a new song on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert." The song is called "First World Problems," and was performed very mildly and softly with positive lyrics. Apparently, Joe Budden didn't like the style at all. After showing the performance on Complex's new show, "Everyday Struggle," he laughed at the performance and couldn't understand what Chance was trying to do. Budden claims the song is too positive and that Chance should try to be more aggressive like other rappers from Chicago.

However, Chance took the comments in stride. In an interview with Robyn Neal, Chance said that that's Budden's role as a Talk Show Host. He said that all of the commentary is just part of Budden's job and that he harbors no hard feelings toward the talk show host. Regardless of what Joe Budden thinks, it's not stopping Chance any time soon.

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The rapper recently earned a spot on Forbes' list of the highest-earning rappers.

Lil Yachty

Chance isn't the first new rapper to feel the sting of Joe Budden, and he won't be the last. Earlier this year, Budden made similar comments toward the rapper Lil Yachty. In an interview on "Everyday Struggle," Lil Yachty talked about wanting to make positive music. He said that he wants people to feel good about themselves and be themselves, and that he wants everyone to be happy all the time. Lil Yachty wants people to love themselves.

Budden stated his piece, claiming that it's impossible to be happy all the time, no matter what, but Lil Yachty stood his ground, saying that when you come from nothing and have nothing, and suddenly go to having everything, it definitely changes the way you look at life. The young rapper is still spreading his positive vibes, regardless of what Joe Budden has to say. Lil Yachty loves pointing out that at 20 years old, he's sold more albums than Joe Budden.