Famed television host Arsenio Hall opens up about the white rappers of today compared to earlier years, and says that today it's about good music, not the race of the person. He backs up his statement by revealing that he listened to MGK just days prior not knowing he was white, and says it doesn't matter one bit.

Arsenio explains that color isn't important to being a poet, and hopes that Eminem has put a stop to all the negative talk about race in hip hop. He ends the conversation by adding that "where we are now is good," because he thinks it's more about the music and talent.