Spencer Pratt's over-the-top comments are one of the reasons he's an interesting character, but his recent interview with Complex magazine on his new rap career takes things to a new level. Among pronouncements like he is the "future of hip-hop," Spencer took on Jay-Z, Brody Jenner, and even the radio. He said:
- On taking on Jay-Z and Beyonce: "Beyoncé had to be built by a group like Destiny’s Child, but Heidi shines solo. I’ll actually give you an exclusive: I could guarantee you Speidi’s "Bonnie & Clyde" version is going to stunt on Jay and B’s version."
- On not associating with Brody: "The Bromance show definitely hurts my street cred, so I’ll definitely distance myself from Brody as a hypeman. I’ll be pretty much be the first rapper/hypeman. . . I’ll get on the mic and be like, “Who is hotter than me in the game? No one.”
- On music's future: "People are not even going to have time to listen to radio in their cars because they are going to be talking on their phones or twittering, or BBM’ing. So I feel like the only time people are going to hear music is when your phone rings, so that’s the whole market I’m going after. I don’t care about the clubs, I don’t care about the radio, all I care about is getting my digital downloads like Soulja Boy."
Spencer never ceases to surprise, so who knows if his predictions will come true. He and Heidi do seem to be oddly successful at their many endeavors, but how he'll fare in the rap game seems uncertain. So, tell us what you think — are his predictions realistic or impossible?