It is inevitable that the beloved art form of hip-hop goes through many changes and evolves daily. Often times, artists that started out in the '90s find that they no longer have the same love for the genre as they once did.
Namely, Phife from A Tribe Called Quest mentioned during the 'Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest' documentary that the way hip-hop is going, he can do with or without. On the other hand, Wyclef Jean feels very differently. He tells TheDrop.fm that his love for hip-hop will never die. In fact, the culture even lives on in his 7-year-old daughter, who takes hip-hop dance classes in school.