Spotify’s RapCaviar Starts Debate About The Greatest Producers Of The 2010s

Written by on August 18, 2021

Spotify’s RapCaviar playlist is again at it once more with one other spirited GOAT debate. At the beginning of the summer time, RapCaviar bought the whole Hip-Hop neighborhood speaking when it shared a photoshopped model of Mt. Rushmore with Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole’s faces plastered atop the enduring American monument.

Tasking followers to resolve who deserves the fourth spot on the best artists of the 2010s, chaos ensued, with everybody from LeBron James and TDE’s Punch to Nicki Minaj and Migos. Finally, Nicki Minaj went on to obtain probably the most votes and earn her spot on the 2010s Mt. Rushmore.

Now, three months later, RapCaviar has one other 2010s Hip-Hop debate for followers, however this time it entails the producers behind the scenes. With a brand new graphic that reveals 4 retired jerseys hanging from the rafters of a stadium, three of them have the names on them whereas the fourth stays clean. Of Spotify’s three solidified entries into the 2010s GOAT producer debate, Mike Will Made-It, Mustard, and Metro Boomin’ are featured prominently within the graphic, leaving followers to debate on who deserves the fourth spot.

“Mike WiLL Made-It, Mustard, Metro Boomin and _________ actually ran the 2010s behind the boards,” RapCaviar tweeted. “What producer is filling that 4th spot?”

Just like the final 2010s rap debate, followers have been sounding off about whose identify needs to be laced on that final jersey, with many social media customers giving props to OVO 40, Hit-Boy, Lex Luger, Zaytoven, Southside, and Murda Beatz. Based on HipHopDX, Sonny Digital has already vouched for his personal résumé, arguing that he “opened the 2010 door for positive.” Nonetheless, with all the names arising within the debate, Spotify’s RapCaviar has screened the replies and deemed Pi’erre Bourne, Wheezy, Hit-Boy, and Boi-1da as the ultimate candidates for the fourth spot.

Which 2010s producer do you suppose deserves the ultimate spot within the rafters? And do you suppose that RapCaviar bought the opposite three producers proper? Tell us your ideas on the controversy under.

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