To be fair, Trent Reznor isn't someone you might automatically assume is a fan of the likes of Drake - but you would think that the Nine Inch Nails frontman can at least appreciate his popularity.
Not so - in fact, Reznor straight up doesn't 'get' the Canadian rapper's appeal, as he said in a new interview with Vulture.
Speaking about modern pop culture and his relationship with it these days, he said: "I see what Drake’s been able to pull off in terms of being omnipresent and constantly engaging an audience that seems to enjoy the way he’s engaging them. I’m just not part of that audience. I’m not as well-rounded as I used to be about pop culture."
He added: "I’m not saying pop music isn’t well-crafted or the people who make it aren’t wonderful, but it’s not for me. I’ve asked people, “What is it that’s good about Drake?” I’ve said to my friends at Apple: “Explain to me why.” As the old guy, I don’t see it."
Oh, and add EDM to the List of Things That Trent Reznor is Not Impressed By: "I’ve had many agent types over the years say, 'EDM is the future.' No, it’s not. It’s fucking not," he said. "I understand why people like it, and if I were 18, I’d love to be listening to it in the Sahara Tent at Coachella, high out of my fucking mind. But it’s not speaking to me at a level that I think has staying power."