"One of the problems is the youth of hip-hop," Healy said in the interview. "At the moment, with SoundCloud rap, it’s become a bit of a drug-taking competition, and that happened in rock and roll. Those things get weeded out the longer those things exist. The reason misogyny doesn’t happen in rock and roll anymore is because it’s a vocabulary that existed for so long that it got weeded out. It still exists in hip-hop because [the genre] is so young, but it’ll stop."
He continued, "That’s why you have this moment with young black men -- Kanye-aged men, as well -- talking about their relationship with themselves, which is a big step forward for hip-hop. Drake, for example. But then they’ll be like, 'But I still got bitches.' The scene’s relationship with women hasn’t caught up to its relationship with itself, but that’s something that will happen."