As much as "No Guns Allowed" will be considered soft rapper behavior, in a world of music that almost immediately gives credibility to acts that deify the chopper, this is pretty brave if you think about it. Drake and Snoop Lion (but mostly Drake) are willing to make themselves easy targets for soft-rapper aggressors with this one, and for what many would call a worthy cause.
Even if the song becomes (is) more of a joke than a wake-up call, at least it's a step that's not in the direction of more guns.
"My take on gun control is that the appropriate people should have them." —Snoop Lion
Times have certainly changed for the man who once said: "I got the gauge, a uzi, and my motherf***ing 22."