Stevie B has had enough.

Known as the "King Of Freestyle" Stevie B (real name Steven Bernard Hill) hails from the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area where he exploded onto the scene in the 80s and continued to top charts into the 90s. His catalog is full of classics like "Party Your Body" and "Spring Love" but his biggest hit is "Because I Love You (The Postman Song)" that hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart in December of 1990.

Basically, if anyone has the right to speak on the current state of Freestyle music, it would be Stevie B, and he definitely had a mouthful to say about the records he has been hearing from some of the "newbies" on the genre as of late.

Stevie B wants to make it clear that this rant isn't coming from a place of jealousy, but more disgust with the product he's been seeing in a genre that he holds near and dear as one of its pioneers.

Even though Stevie hasn't enjoyed the same chart success from the 90s, his international fanbase is still massive. He still regularly sells out venues worldwide, performing for crowds in the thousands and touring frequently—both solo and with other major freestyle artists.

A lot of big Freestyle fans agreed with Stevie B while others thought that he could have gone about getting his message across in a less explicit manner. Stevie did post a second video addressing this but also doubled down on his original rant in another hour-long Facebook clip.

If you're a Freestyle fan, do you agree with Stevie? Sound off in the comments and let us know.