Just because you win a Grammy doesn’t mean the message hasn’t been delivered to the masses. Lecrae’s gearing up to release his seventh studio effort with Anomaly (due in August) and his first single “Nuthin” is argumentative and takes to task rap music’s obsession with material items. It takes a bit from a Luniz record of the same name and Lecrae isn’t one to mince words about how generic rap has gotten with so many men doing the exact same things.

In other news, the rapper has filed a lawsuit in St. Louis stating that Juicy J & Katy Perry ripped him and fellow rapper Flame off. Their 2008 song “Joyful Noise” according to them was had its copyright infringed for Perry’s “Dark Horse” single with Juicy J. They also allege that “Dark Horse” damaged their own record.

The suit reads, “And by any measure, the devoutly religious message of ‘Joyful Noise’ has been irreparably tarnished by its association with the witchcraft, paganism, black magic, and Illuminati imagery evoked by the same music in ‘Dark Horse,’”