Joe Budden weighed in on Rod Wave’s recent comments about retiring and selling his soul.
“At 22, his interpretation of the music industry is probably different from what he’s going through right now and he’s the main act. That means he gets quite the exposure. many and [the label is] rely on him quite a bit,” he said.
“The weight can get heavy. We just saw Yung Bleu got through it. He was down, didn’t have a bad performance, then said ‘I’m depressed’ and worked on a project. said, “I’m depressed.” We recently saw another person come out publicly and say he’s not okay. Mental health has been important to artists over the past few years. Big Sean We could go on, but with a newer act… Rod Wave hasn’t been around for too long… for a newer act to collect all this and feel like so early, I wonder if he meant it when he said that he was only here for a small minute as Rod Wave that he was trying to figure out how to get from below that. “