Gucci Mane & Benny the Butcher LPs, Big Features a Curse for New Artists? | Everyday Struggle

Gucci Mane & Benny the Butcher LPs, Big Features a Curse for New Artists? | Everyday Struggle



what's going on guys welcome back to everyday show going to ask academics and we know here good great you just told me that we're off next week somebody should I got plans right hey viewers we are off next week late next week is like fourth of July we're off the whole week I hope you guys are off the whole week if you're not you know try to take it easy anyway amazing job in albums anyway in nobody's driving someone might drop a surprise fourth of July album right where danger comes ooh I don't know do you have a date hmm jacket like you excited me too but in the meantime who is he he didn't give a date but I think roses come around but here's give it likes very soon I mean no rose it would be then right you'll write a big holiday or something like that yeah hmm well in the meantime we have some other elements to talk about you ready so last weekend Gucci dropped his fourteenth studio album delusions of grandeur I don't know how to not say it like that so what do we say yesterday he has at least a hundred projects out one of his fans tweeted that's the most of any rapper can't fact-check that but I'm just gonna believe it for the sake of this conversation but anyway album number 14 18 tracks features from Meek Mill gun a little baby Justin Bieber and more production by Zaytoven turbo murder beats take Keith and more so this is the follow-up to his 2018 album evil genius this wasn't like a surprise surprise release but he did announce it kind of last minute I think the the song with me great was the first single would you guys think you driving like eight albums a year you can't have much lead time now sit now so I think people know when it's time for a new Gucci project nothing which means this is usually two months out of the last Gucci project and I'm the way I listen to Gucci's music at this point keep in mind Gucci's someone who's thrown out everything and the kitchen sink in terms of everything he's recorded put it on the tape or an album I usually honestly fuck with the singles mostly like I ain't gonna lie I'm not I'm not going to Gucci for no album cuz I got man this is a nah but I'm I like to join with him and meek honestly I like most of the features on here just be one I took him for a surprise but I thought it was okay over anyway mmm surprising won't worry I just again I know this is a new rebranded Gucci but I would have never thought that Gucci and I mean he worked at Bruno Mars understand they're on the same label so that's fine but after that why is Bieber such a stretch I don't know I just didn't see Gucci and Bieber be no no Jack period doesn't support again now they both wounds let's be rebellious yeah but honestly other than that I do think it's a solid project do I think it's remember we're nothing like that it's Gucci album okay so Gucci album you take your one or two tracks you like you keep it moving and you take your one or two from the next album and W the last Gucci album I really really loved I can say our love was like the State vs Roger Davis that was 10 years ago I think um like Ike's I mean at this point like Gucci features more than actually his albums like his his songs I'm more of a singles guy when it come to Gucci but like um it overall is cool I mean it's like I don't got no crazy idea why Gucci just dropped out the blue the deep dive when his lyrics and then his cool it's like Gucci is like a bunch of singles okay but what about the album cover have you guys seen it yeah of course I look for you the rebranded Gucci no this is Chris Buescher nervous is anyway a jeweler if you look like that would you wear shirt no I wouldn't wear no fucking shit I wit love you wait like we'll get my body does not I seen a report of a dude that died last week trying to get liposuction what the are they done everybody no man but he tried to get lipo lipo yeah I'm gonna sing dr. Drake stop it what cool booyah you know it's cool good job I'm enjoying his features on other people shit more than his joint with him and and me I don't know how they're gonna like treat that but I do think that's a bang of course audiences and plays off the Gucci gang like chorus that pump used when he made the song but of course it's more natural when Gucci Mane is kind of using and playing off like like the Gucci thing so I hope that song goes is gangster active oh is that like a one-off thing but they have all type of weird that there was the that the glacier boys Gucci isn't everything okay there were supposed to be a group with him yadi and like Twitter he goes I think it's like a good idea on a Friday night but then they come to terms on Monday like now this mean don't know shit like this but you have though like I will say like I I think it's more than that I think Gucci records at such a pace that he probably makes music with certain people and his brands that as that what we get it is up to like you know labels and all that type of shit shit we forget that Gucci dropped like and this is during the time when people were very important time for Ozzy right after I believe love is rage not a little boozy word versus the world get me so uh when he says all these groups I do think they'll eventually have some type of project when I don't know but I actually like the few singles of it and to be honest the one we meet real is my favorite single right now that's mainstream surprisingly hmm all right so we got a couple of fan questions about Gucci and then we want to get to like a Gucci and mokona and collaboration that's apparently somebody feels away about so the first question is do you think an artist like Gucci Mane cares at this point in his career about album sales and charting on Billboard what absolutely man like at this point he really is a hundred projects I'm not saying you're doing it because of income and revenue what are you doing because of income and revenue like again you wanna it's a steady stream of what's coming in and as long as that number stays like at a very even pace for Gucci where he's not like yo he sells 5,000 this time and well maybe another time he sells like 45,000 he always says that pretty much 30 to 50,000 range I think there he doesn't care about numbers right like as long as it's within the range that we were used to from him now of course if he like so 5,000 I'm pretty sure you want off his forget label okay I'm really sure I mean I don't see Gucci Mane ever selling only 5,000 I don't really think he cares I think that he just I mean he's still son and all that but I think he just does it because he likes to do it like he likes putting on music but I don't really think he cares about numbers at this point like doesn't matter for him him doing 40 it was a point time when he was doing honey something does numbers really matter for him well we're never gonna see him suing anyone over bundles probably right oh we could say that at the very least I guess hmm all right second fan question hey everyday struggle I heard academics talking about all the projects Gucci Mane has released wanted to know what's your favorite project from his catalogue or one that you would recommend to a person trying to get into Gucci's music so we know sort of just made us pick before it oh well shit I got a few of them I like like the movie series you did with DJ Drama bird print bird print was like my favorite Gucci tape it's it's so many good saves this shit that I used to have on myspace that was crazy I remember is like Gucci had like four or five songs and Yung Joc I thought it was a tape but I don't think it was I never could find like a whole project for him but they had like a lot of songs ago but Gucci Mane iakh made a lot of a lot of dope music but three bricks is number one I mean free bricks with future that free bricks with future not the one with him in was his name what's my man he's nice cooler right it was never free bricks me we're young school – yeah so I say our free bricks but in Wright State versus Roger Davis yeah I would probably it the state for us we live is the one that waste was on there which one was on yeah and the remix – yeah that I think in terms of mainstream appeal because you know some of his projects I think that's how you can distinguish between a Gucci album at least you me and like one of the many Gucci tapes is that like the Gucci tapes see himself assisted while the Gucci albums you'll see the bigger features and shit like that State vs Roger Davis I think that time we were hearing Gucci on a more national level and some of the some of my favorite song to him came out that time but you're right I'm with you on most of the list of my favorite Gucci projects the bird print right perfectly 3d I think he was named after a popular movie at a time I forgot what that show was called I'm blooper his blueprint 3 came around around that's how true and mr. zone 6 and also trap god I think those those are the memorable ones there's a lot of forgettable ones but those are the memorable ones so I was just working on those no had a lot of good songs because you to Rocco and Morocco made a lot of fire together a lot of fun a lot of people alia his music goes forgotten it does but barranco got a lot like his features Rocko features be Hard Rock kind of fella but as soon as Rocco got in his executive bag he just kind of fell back and I know he came back trying to put out music but I think once you hit that executive life it's usually just a nice recline from there can't blame them that's what we was talking about baby nobody want to listen that show yeah all right so last Thursday in an interview on beats one's rate beats 1 radio sprout podcast excuse me I love mokona and said that gucci didn't help him push their collab spending which dropped back in january so he said quote no disrespect to gucci but he didn't support the record that we just put out together and I never got to meet him in person it was just a business dealing it's the music industry and people deal how they deal in their business this is a two part quote but first I don't know there's an artist like Gucci have an obligation to help push a record if they're on the future that's due to the terms that they agree to who knows I've no idea so when you usually do a feature like are their terms discussed I mean speaking every time I've ever dealt with artists doing a feature like one of ours that's released on a mainstream it's like it's an agreement to like maybe do a video like it certain things that you got a lock there from the rip but they don't have to like that that's why when you a young artist and you coming up in the game you shouldn't just like alright let me spend this bread to get whoever I can on my song because if they don't know you and they don't really fuck with you like that then they're not gonna push it but I mean like if he if he just paid him for the featured and I don't see him like really supporting it or if he didn't really care for what he might have just did it for the check right I mean I'm sure it also matters if you're collaborating with one of your peers versus legend like Gucci pack what do you think Bangu she's giving over to anybody who got to check I mean like Gucci has a song with a youtuber that a lot of people feel this tournament music and literally Gucci did a video with him because of the track like Gucci like he's not he's gonna do exactly what you pay me to do so again like I'm with way no again with this if I know you home I show some love mmm but if I don't know you maybe you got exactly what you wanted you know hateful verse I gave you the verse what you want to do like promote oh shit – no you pay for a verse so I think Makoni has a lot of other things going on his career why he might look at that and possibly like feelin some type of way about it but even then you know like I've heard other instances where a rapper has given a collab or given a feature to someone and to keep it real like there's even terms that came down to hey he does not have to tweet it out unless he approves these things and and it was a very popular song or supposed to be a popular song it's a really big artist the artist ended up not tweeting the shit out you don't why because this they disagreed with the cover art and again maybe maybe that's more an elaborate process Gucci's it seems like he's doing some layer but how much y'all just pay me Mon whatever for the feature I send it to you on email nothing you say you never met a nigga you never met him so you're pretty is this like a bank email transaction I'm a wire you the money and you're gonna email the song so he's me mad over that mm-hmm all right so he also put out a new EP called m3 and he just basically went on to say that he feels like the hip-hop community does not support him in general he says I haven't had any vocal support from any of them to say that it's cool it's okay or whatever not okay I can't read this quote but I think he's saying because he came out he feels like because of that people aren't supporting him and his music I mean the thing about that is just like it's a decision he made right and he has to understand that like it might be people that don't want to support you like you know I mean like he I'm happy that he was able to live his truth whatever the case may be but you got to also understand that like there's not this is also gonna be people that don't agree with you and it may not be cool but this is something that you have to face if you if you want to be a hip-hop artists you got to just battle them hurdles you know I mean that's that's all it is on top of that but Conan ain't that dope to me I'm just keeping it all the way on it he's not that dope I feel like if he was really really dope er then people would support it when it came when it came on where everybody was saying that Tyler might have been gay as some cuz he says something in an interview yeah nobody said nobody saying about his music oh not one thing or Frank Ocean yeah the shoes hard to judge so he had that big record of course he said he got hacked a few years back like and then he was like a little bit quiet I guess he's released music but yeah I mean it's hard to say if it's like because of that or just because of the output like we know saying yeah yeah understand I'm feeling like he has been getting the short end of the stick pause did you have to get his Trump and ego said something about it and then I think they apologized so that was 2017 right just to be fair to him it was a little bit of backlash well I mean from from the Drake situation mm-hmm right you know he felt by the way he has a real like bad history of being in business with motherfuckers and not even meet him he said he never met Drake saying he's a sort of nigga one Tom Drake flew mouth to his crib and left him there like a thought like again there are things that would make you feel a certain way about how just the industry works and of course he didn't come out on top of that so you know I understand that with him is just that I just I don't feel a music like that and also if your point doesn't work when there's other people in the space who are homosexual to be bisexual or we'll just say other that is they're having success and to be honest even if that's part of the conversation around their music it still doesn't take away eyes from the music right was it when there was Frank Ocean shit they say little nas Isis you know what the homosexual people so fuck music again you had you had your moment with that one song unfortunately you weren't either dope enough to replicate it and I have heard songs that I felt had potential but whether it was the situation's you were in or I think one thing in every knowledge is some of it is him you know the like that the point finger chip is mad cools and artists yellow is my label yo they won't do this some of it was you you get me like you haven't been the type of artist to really just personality wise to even succeed beyond your sexuality so we could blame it on sexuality yeah but I don't think that's exactly me but I do I do I will also say that it does definitely play a part you know I mean like you know how hip opposite probably is a lot of homophobic people hip-hop it I think and even with that being said it real quick like hip hop has come a long way to accept this but they are still there's gonna be a lot of people that don't support him the thing is is like they're also gonna be a lot of people who would support it I would support them but I just think like you know either way brother life is full of hurdles like you know I mean like you you got it you got it that's what makes you a great artist or not if you can get past it you know and if he made better music that we'd be having a different conversation it wouldn't even be this type of said hey I just I really just don't believe like in 2019 about it be going into 2020 in about like six months that that rapper his career just gets completely halted because you come out I just don't believe that like if you're saying that's the only reason why if you saying that's the only reason why not definitely plays a part again I feel like there's so many again maybe you're not mainstream and if if he was to say yo because I came out I I don't get that mainstream look anymore but I think there's so many different like to use the word we used off-camera which which I forgot to pronounce this will be niche like sections in hip-hop you could definitely find a fanbase to support your music I remember seen a rapper and her name is cupcake mm-hmm she's from Chicago very lewd in terms of her content very out there like very overly sexualizing to some people would say very embarrassing but she was herself on apology I remember seeing that on Twitter about like four five years ago i retweeted as a joke because like some people repulsed by it this and third lo and behold three or four years after she's been sticking to it of course she's not mainstream mainstream but she has a don't like cult following she goes on tour all over the place and I looked I looked at that back then to say this shit will never be marketable she this is the epitome of and of course Navy doesn't and yes there is some like I don't know her sexuality completely but like it kind of metals those lines but back then I said this would never go anywhere and to see what that's turned into I look at you mokona said nigga you can't really get if you have big don't music you can't get a dope fanbase even if it's not mainstream yeah I mean he had to eat you know he had a hit record yeah it's like you said you went through some weird business things but the fact that whatever our headline for him today is him complaining about Gucci not pushing the record doesn't help your marketing plan can be Gucci Mane sweet the record that we got mean I can't be there okay and also you know I do feel by the way it was rumored before recipes LP that he was date little Pete before little Pete passed away and I think they had some music together as well you know some people like you know as much like a little pee fish they like they like those joints and you know I think for him he probably realized he didn't get as much recognition for those joints as he probably thought he would but that happens a lot of cases where a lot of rappers don't feel like they get exactly the praise or accolades or or whatever comes with making music that they think people like so you got to live with it someone round toughen up they get well McComas project is out right now if you do want to go check that out support the music I'm gonna talk about one more album so thank you the butcher job plug I met seven tracks future and Black Thought Jadakiss pushed show some really good features on this production by The Alchemist DJ Shea and more we know milette you start I know you're definitely a big fan um yeah I mean like Benny's been like teasing at this for a bit now he's been teasing that this EP is it album like you remember last week he's calling seven tracks long I mean tract projects album hey mine Navs metrics right I'm afraid we go bye-bye navs metrics then I give seven out of seven for this because it was it's really dope I mean it's he there's not a lot of room for error you know um my favorite journey off it is five to fifty I mean featuring Indy I think that's his girlfriend or whatever because it's basically her telling the story of how when she started messing with him and she told her dad no but she's not rapping she's just talking and her dad was like you'll be careful but he's talking about his life I think like this this whole shit puts him in a different space as far as as far as rappers when it comes to respect because ya look at the feature it's like you got blackbelt on there you got to push a T feature in there of course like Jadakiss you got 38 special RJ pain like this that's another dude that gave a dope a dope versal in it I mean like out of seven songs I was really happy with this I was really happy with this and like when I look at New York hip hop I mean they're from Buffalo him you know 38 special west side gun Conway all of them but they really holding it down in terms of New York period but they're coming from a whole different place so I think people should definitely check this out okay definitely check this out I take this project I actually liked it I won't even like look like though you know you got a black coat and they either act as a black hood and by the way that's my first song on their crowns for Kings not gonna lie Benny went in like like his book listen to this whole project you kind of get the feeling that you know how rappers rap from the point of like being famous and being popular being rich these things rap like there's some regular niggas like there are construction workers that not now some distance shit like I'm like like yeah that's a line on a drill where he says his his girl keep telling him he's famous what are they hitting him yet yeah it was kind of like him like like he's not getting it but he's operating he's talking about where he's been been at he's been locked up he's dealt drugs doing all these things so like when she's relating his life now to like yo you're like famous he's like I know some Hollywood yeah and I think and the only reason I brought that up is that that's like the mirror of how I kind of look at his music because it's kind of like it's like music for like blue-collar workers you feel me but it's going to people don't feel like you don't feel like I make it a flex no well don't feel like any guys flex no you it feelings it feels like someone who's relatable and someone either down a block or someone you know you know what I really like about this it's like art I'm never like the only time I've ever been in Buffalo was going I'd say oh that's thirty when I got stuck in fucking Toronto and I had to stay there overnight right but like if you've never been to Buffalo and you listen to this like you could kind of get our idea of what it's like even like when you when I think of like jay-z like he had a song called 97 hole I mean um well you when I think our only reference that because when I think about jay-z if you had never been to Brooklyn all that his music made you feel like you was in Brooklyn yeah sorry his music kind of makes you feel like you know Buffalo Widow you know I mean but but but for the pitches that he paints but I fuck with this yeah it's nice because all the New York rappers usually concentrated in the boroughs or Long Island or something nice to have some upstate represented all right so check out the project from but sure all right so last week I was telling you guys about this artist Marlon Kraft who just dropped a project called funhouse mirror and he released a video earlier this month called gang shit so immediately academics was confused why would like a song with this title but he was right so the video the video and the song is basically about obviously young men of color obviously get prosecuted for being in street gangs but when we think about gangs we forget that some of the most powerful gangs in the country are gangs like the police so let's take a look my family raised me not to trust me fuck baby bro these are the cops of my brothers and they be wishing us they told me that it's our culture to make sure that they suffer and I can't break the bone that's all I got our faithful dog shit I bleed blue like I'm a Giants fan to question my ways to stop throwing my veins so I ain't slow in the day I'm gonna keep everyone safe from these black bastards and that's word to my gang gang gang I'm just riding for my gang so this video is directed by Nathan R Smith shout out to him my two friends here are worried about legal troubles don't worry guys it took me like two weeks to clear this video with our legal team and Sony Jesus yes took a minute that's like a journalist video alright I mean I see the perspective and like the role he's taken from like basically spit lyrics that he's he's pretty much like representing someone else's point of view so it seems cool yeah I see I see no so I see no social media and then like even when I seen him like when I seen his page I said as I seen his page and I seen him rapping I thought it was still like he still is it was somebody else doing it like um his merely kind of reminds me a rumba yo drew mm-hmm and kind of reminds me of your old room not that not comparing them but like just just how did the type of beats you using etc but um this is dope I gotta check out his album there yeah dude he's interesting cuz a lot of you know rappers just make music for fun and especially you white rappers and then sometimes they face criticism he feels like as a white rapper he sort of has a responsibility yeah he has a responsibility to sort of like address issues like this you know for the community that he's definitely a motherfucker in New York or oh yeah he's a super New Yorker but I'm definitely the kind of look more incidents just do alright goes what you saw black that's what I'm saying when you see him gonna be thrown off I'll pull up a picture for you cuz I still I'm staring Gucci's right now thirty years I saw a video of him rapping I was like oh he's still doing like I think it look like he's a ICAC commercial no way you never see the ICDC commercials I see these little commas along my colleges oh I know I wanna say something okay yeah there you go thank you get off your couch yeah alright one more single this is more up your alley Ike here we go last week amigos released a new single called shrimper Bowl that's it can't play you like this yeah I couldn't get this cleared I'm not even trying game planet I don't have time to clear every song one song and Eska clear now we gonna play on the show we're definitely not gonna be strippable strippable you know they did it over the hole they spent five hundred thousand and they do five hundred thousand and clubs so they had the footage from that I mean it's it's amigos it strippable is exactly what you expect from me you see this is why I was gonna waste time clearing it just so you know is it is exactly that the thing I love about amigos is that they actually combined and clearly because they haven't they have two projects that's called that they clearly combine the culture of where they're from into the music I mean strip club culture that type of shit is just kind of like making it and yeah just making a soundtrack around it that's exactly what they do that they'll turn that shit into a song and make it cool so did you see I I like offset sweet he put up he said I'm more than a rap I'm an entertainer and it sang I like that about him I think that like can you see another day when he did the beats here was he's pop-locking and all that shit it would I think of a dancer forever yeah a polka dance stop exactly how many rappers dance anymore rappers don't dance no more well to keep it real though I think for a good while he was embarrassed by his dance and there's a lot of yeah but why yeah when people would ask you each other because you should come off as being overly tough you been to jail a lot of times and what other people would beef with him they would be like you know like I can take these rankings I play yo-yo you ain't tough your real name Clarence or something yeah don't bring up like a real gonna make mouth like Joe no you're not tough like they dance in here yeah so I think for a while you never embraced it but to see him kind of you know we're seeing a lot of full circle moments with um both said in terms of you of his last album and just him kind of realized it I think we've seen that with 21 as well mmm you realize you don't have to be that one image that you feel you like kind of you're perceived by by the fans but you could just be yourself so if you like dance and you dance your whole life not now you're seen as the tough rapper that's cool blah blah you're gonna shy away from it embrace that should do you and also I think his wife helps him with that because she whenever her things are like her flaws over with people my concern floss she brings everything with her in the equation of light giving you her personality so you know Sloot's officer for that yeah that's dope I mean like rappers rap is used to dance like fucking every everyone not every rapper but may choose to date like a lot of big rappers used to dance it was like I don't I don't see any problem with it I wanna see Luci versus officer dance Bella oh don't be pretty good actually where's that easy project by the way anyone no one alright will you blame an annoy oh the Roger said there's an update summer can you tell us spoiler please man we blaming it on Dee doesn't know when it's coming out there you go thank you alright time for our new segment big facts or EXO last time we got into boss talking about um how inhumane it was that there's basically a mute button for drivers in uber today our first topic let's take a look this is come up on the show a couple of times when you guys yeah so I was confused at first too so he's saying like it's selfish to hop on someone's song and outshine them although some people will see that as a blessing right cuz the song is big but then maybe if you outshine them too much they cannot get another feature moving forward well that did it well what I got from the first part of it will Walker was saying is like not trying to steal somebody shine as to like like come it sound like he was talking more competition side like he said like you know wait why would I rap on a young nigga from an unknown state get high get on I was the first part of it is not quoted but the first part sounded more like you know if you're lit and doing everything you're doing then like why would you it sounds like you saying try it why would you compete well with this what I'm getting from that like that kind of doesn't make sense that's why it's a little confusing but that's the thing I feel like it depends on the artists your perspective some of them would like that but Walker right Walker right but that's the game Walker is basically saying because we see all these niggas doing oh I don't steal nobody like yeah you see somebody getting hot right and you see the bigger artists they'll kind of jump on it but and us being sometimes just like enamored by that or just like novices and looking at it we're like oh shit nikki is helping you or Drake yourself you know that nigga is one a moment for themselves right like Drake jumping on Fetty WAPs my way I think it took that record Drake jumped on round of applause for Walker yeah but Drake did it he did it to a bunch of people you feel like like again in the moment it feels like a blessing in the moment I think Walker who's you know we got a like contextualized Walker's career to kind of understand like some of the he gets on Instagram is Instagram story like a snapchat story and kind of gives these little gems but I think it's because he's been the industry so long and he's seen a lot of shit that he realizes it's deeper than what it might seem to be right so yeah I do always detrimental so Makonnen cuz you were talking about him earlier right so he had to drink remix that was big and then things didn't go well for him after sometimes does it work out though in an artist fever it works out sometimes but sometimes it does hurt I mean it could go both ways but I think I think you got to look at it as this right it's like um even book you remember boogie said that he was like kinda he wanted the feature from from Drake but Drake didn't give it to him but I think that it works kind of both ways because we have a black boy jb who was putting our music right he was putting on music for now he's putting on music then Drake jumps on look alive big record block boy JB hasn't made a record to the degree of a look alive but it did get him out there right whether you have a little baby with that's indeed little baby who's doing great but yes indeed kind of helped him baby kept running after yes indeed right so I think you know he was not excited about that verse he let us know afterwards nobody also you got to think about too like if again we would know but like it's a rap the casual rap fed if we said whose songs look alike the girls a drink right absolutely right I mean by the time you get the block boy JB you heard a hook a verse and another hook from drink but what is saying I expanded beyond just like a collab right I look at it shit look what Chucky stood and look what muster had to come out and say nigga my artists got a song poppin don't you jump over here trying to remix the shit like it's your moment because you're more popular you're gonna steal that moment and shit this is very important play we're cardiac issue with Tory Lanez for that nigga when Tory was trying to do a remix he hit up the cardi saying yo listen Kyle let me get the beat I'm bout to kill it no you're not about to kill this beat nigga yeah this is my song my moment I don't need no remixes right now my shit hot so I understand with that there's a very fine line as you even point out but I think people don't realize that sometimes not everything when a bigger artist comes in on a smaller artist situation means the bigger artist is helping the small art there's a lot of rappers who disguise their current status by kind of being like vultures in a way and looking for a second one sometimes sometimes not and that's specifically a drink but I'll even say one and I fuck with him you know that's my guy like French I always looked at it funny that when hot nigga came on and French did the remix New York radio a lot of stations they would always play the French version of the remix like like you're almost I know that shit is almost as good as the song I know it's hot but like you got to think about people's most of course Bobby Bobby had in front so like he had other joints but like you have to understand how it does kind of Rob Rob that original artists a bit I remember future saying a couple years ago it's some YouTube video where he was in a studio and he said yo that's when like you know Southern artists really didn't like New York I hope that's not the same thing anymore but he was talking about how like the reason why he don't really care too much with like New York artist he's like he'll I'll do my song and by the time I get to New York to hear it they'll have they'll have me only on the hook and have two other New York artists on it and for him he was like yo how the helm I suppose getting shine from that because you know like again at that time for me but is the difference between artists like taking it and putting their own spin completely like a jacquees versus someone hopping on the future or same it could be both it could be both sometimes I seen was Khalifa jumped on somebody saw it wasn't really a standout verse not like that but it felt like it was just another moment who is it's a very fine line I mean but sometimes I mean you also got to remember that artists get inspired by a shit sometimes and they want to jump on shit just because they might like it and at the same time we always hold artists like in a in a certain space when they don't fuck with the younger artists right we always say oh well he's not fucking with him or why don't they jump on other younger shit and help people out with you got Dugga Dugga how many artists has he brought us only like you know him say so it's like it goes both ways I think that but I think in what walks in and how I'm doing it is like these rappers who do collabs the cloud chase yeah sure but it's on the other artist to say you know but sometimes you want the look but then you said yeah but follow-up record that's as good but you know young artists and a bigger artist comes to you like that first of all your label wants you to kind of do it you can try it and also it is a good look for you but again that is your moment I mean I look at Kodak Kodak came out he had a no flocking joint Drake started showing a lot of love it a lot of people assume that your drugs gonna do remakes and Kodak notoriously said that time he's like yo no fuck about that shit was doing like yo they basically almost not accepting or not not really not accepted in love but not really painted like oh shit Drake do a remix to it yeah I think Drake backed off that because Rick was dancing to on a plane yeah it was really fucking with the joy drink backed off of that joy and a lot of people say you know Kodak mouths fumble in the bag in terms of not having a possible Drake remix game and I honestly I don't think he did be there because I mean he's still but he's able to make records I felt it was a filter Drake not taking that moment from him made us focus on yo let's see why this thing is wrapped like that yeah and we got a couple of the joints don't scrilla joint and then we kind of figure out what a nigger from Brower was something like that but that was we're smart like what they did with like bowed out yellow was they never put the instrumental up so nobody could get on it that's why you know you never heard about a yellow remix or like if they did somebody did the beat over they never put the beat out because it was like alright it would have kind of taken away if that beat would have been out how many people that had like pulled out yellow freestyle it had been a home remix with 15 people on it but that kind of helped the record keep it hmm so also Walker who sees himself as not only a veteran but like I like a grandfather to a lot of new artists even though he's definitely still actively making music in shit like that I think he sees how other artists kind of like maintained as I said like rap sometimes the collab game is a cloud chase right he sees how other rappers is kind of hopped from new rapper to new rapper and and it's like they're kind of almost leaching on ya to have that like importance or relevance at the moment he doesn't do it think he resents it a little bit and I think when he says this he's kind of trying to kick game to the younger artists who probably only think it's like a positive when a when a veteran or someone else bigger than you quote-unquote wants to get us all yeah all right so some good advice from from walk got something to think about I'm sure younger artists are still gonna take some of those features but just to know what you're getting into is good always good to be educated oh yeah sorry Roger so is it facts or BS oh though is it for him I guess yeah okay factual statement I don't want to call it BS I'm kind of in between in between options gonna be the one faction okay we live in the world of extremities right now that's okay right yes although it's on a case by case basis there are a lot of facts in the statement fair enough absolutely all right so just ended with one quickly because we got to go soon jussie Smollett the saga continues alright so cops have released almost 70 hours of video footage connected to his case and in one clip from police body cam footage we can actually see him speaking to the officers with the rope around his neck still and a few seconds later his manager tells the cops it turned off the body cams take a look so we thought this was dead when the charges were dropped but it's not so now a judge has ordered a special prosecutor to investigate how the state attorney handled the prosecution and basically launched a probe into why she decided to drop the charges against him after he was indicted so no one has time to check out 70 hours of video footage but I'm sure we're gonna see the highlights continue to surface I can't wait to see that academics review video for this justice really is a sick fuck like just you see the visuals of like the news being tired like that I imagine like three black men awesome serious shit really tying a noose setting up this fake plot and make it really putting around his neck and literally talking to the police playing victim this guy is a sick guy the only ones that stuck out for me was I just wanted you to see it yeah yeah Wow um I know man let's see what happens but hey JT's coming home soon according to P sorry I know that was supposed to be the last story after this we're really gonna go so he told us so this is P from QC he told Miami's 99 Jamz a JT from city girls is coming home in our next three months no additional details on the government's inmate locator it still says she's coming out in March 2020 but hopefully he's right that would be dope for her to be home soon and that's it our first Instagram post is gonna be crazy well listen since everyone is either madly in love or regular you could come home and really keep the city girls summer going because everybody else they're looking very funny in the light why can't she be madly in love pregnant and still acting kind of crazy no the desk I know you you accept all type of different type of people who act differently but nigga you better stand up against some of this bullshit you're saying you can't be madly in love baby in the belly and wiling out why not cardi did it balance there you go thank you remember we are off all of next week Thank You academics for the reminder we appreciate you guys we'll see you here tomorrow on everyday struggle see you never to see the girls on

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