Drill Rappers are no longer on the roster of New Yorkers rolling loudly

Drill Rappers are no longer on the roster of New Yorkers rolling loudly ...

The New York Police Department has had an enormous impact on the city's drill scene. Rolling Loud is one of the largest music festivals where all kinds of artists get a chance to gain popularity. Sadly, some drill rappers won't be able to make a bigger impact at the event.

According to The New York Times, Ron Suno, 22Gz, and Sha Ek were among the NYPD's drill rappers who were removed from the Rolling Loud New York lineup. They demanded that these artists be removed from the festival, which they did.

The New York Police Department has taken steps to halt the progress of drill rappers like that for the first time. In 2019, they requested that the organizers remove five drill artists in an issued statement.

Casanova, Sheff G, Pop Smoke, and 22Gz, according to the department's assistant chief, would pose a "significant danger of violence" if permitted to play at the festival. Tariq Cheriff, the founder of Rolling Loud, eventually complied with the authorities, because the Big Apple was too big to miss.

The drill scene in New York City is still well-known, as many blame the rise in violence on it. Mayor Eric Adams has even asked for the genre to be banned from social media platforms. Rolling Loud still has a large cast, with Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, and Future leading the show.

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