Tinie Tempah Wants To Represent ‘Well Brought Up’ Hip-Hop Artists
The ‘Written In The Stars’ hitmaker has made it clear that he wants to represent the more fortunate side of society as not all hip-hop stars have come from broken homes and write songs about it.
In an interview with More! magazine, the ‘Pass Out’ rapper who wants to show hip-hop in a more positive light said: “When people listen to hip-hop, they think everybody’s from a broken home, that it only appeals to people from broken homes and those on drugs.”
“I’m incredibly close to my mum and dad. Even to this day I call them mummy and daddy,” he said.
The 23-year-old star who is scheduled to release his second studio albumDemonstration later this year after the success of his debut Disc-Overy in 2010, is aiming to represent a better side to hip-hop.