Hip-hop leaves Keith Richards cold
The rocker, in an interview to the magazine Rolling Stone, said he cannot understand the craze for hip-hop.art and culture Updated: May 18, 2007 19:10 IST
If there is one type of musicians that Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards just cannot stand, it would be hip-hop stars.
The rocker insists to Rolling Stone magazine that music of this genre leaves him stone cold.
"Hip-hop leaves me cold," Contactmusic quoted him, as telling the mag.
And, Richards also can’t understand people who enjoy hip-hop.
"But there are some people out there who think it's the meaning of life," he said.
"I don't wanna be yelled at; I wanna be sung to. I never really understood why someone would want to have some gangster from LA poking his fingers in your face. "As I say, it don't grab me. I mean the rhythms are boring; they're all done on computers," he added.
Fans of the rocker will get to see him starring alongside Johnny Depp in the final instalment of the Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End – when it hits theatres on May 23.
Richards, on whom Depp has revealed that he based his character Captain Jack Sparrow, will be playing the actor’s father in the flick.
First Published: May 18, 2007 19:00 IST