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Juvenile recently sat down for two interviews to discuss more or less the exact same subjects; one conversation was with Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club and the other one was with HotNewHipHop.
The former Hot Boys member spoke on why he decided to sign back to Cash Money Records after leaving the record label years ago, Ronald “Slim” Williams, and his thoughts on the current situation between Lil Wayne and Birdman.
You can check out both interviews in the clips below!
We saw Big Sean chat to The Breakfast Club about Lil Wayne‘s verse on his “Deep” song yesterday, and now here is another interview of Sean talking about the verse; this time with MTV. If you haven’t yet heard “Deep“, Weezy gives Sean Don a nice co-sign in his lyrics:
“I feel like Sean don’t get enough shine; Is it because he ain’t got the tattoos? He ain’t throwing up signs? Well let me throw up mine and also let me share this vision of mine; Fuck the finish line, just finish in lines; And if getting your point across crosses the line; Some of the time, then cross it with pride; That’s real my nigga, remember that; And it ain’t about if they remember you, they remember rap; So just spit it back and hope somebody diggin’ that; Cause this shit is deep”
In the interview that you can watch below, Big Sean spoke on being humbled by the co-sign, Tunechi calling him one of his favorites when they were in the studio together, working with Drake and Kanye West on “Blessings“, and more!
Check out two recent interviews that Power 105.1′s “The Breakfast Club” radio show did with Big Sean and G-Unit’s 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks after the jump below.
In the G-Unit interview from the 7:00 mark, 50 speaks to DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God about why he doesn’t want to comment on the Lil Wayne vs. Birdman situation and why there is a big problem at Cash Money.
Fiddy also explained that Tunechi and Baby‘s relationship is different, because it was Tune‘s sixth album that was a hit and so any other label would of had him out the game already.
At the beginning of the Sean conversation with Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne, he chatted a little bit about Weezy‘s verse on “Deep” and how Weezy called him up after he recorded it to say that he meant every word of what he said in the verse!
YoYo has put together a short film called “Bish” that was filmed on an iPhone and includes new footage of him and Lil Wayne skateboarding together.
The mini movie was made to show how two guys from different crowds can become best of friends. Theotis Beasley also makes an appearance in the video, which you can watch below!
Kidd Kidd recently sat down with Civil TV to discuss working with Lil Wayne back in the Sqad Up days, being a part of the original Young Money crew, and if he was ever officially signed to the record label.
“I was never really signed to Young Money or anything. It was more like: ‘Oh you got skills? Cool, roll with us.’ I’ve been around Wayne since like 2002 when we were doing hella mixtapes and shit. The Sqad mixtapes. That was the original Young Money. It was me, him, Gudda Gudda, T-Streets… so yeah, that was big in the South. So when people come up to me like: ‘Yo Kidd, I’ve been fucking with you since the Sqad days’ – that’s when I know you’re a real fan.”
The G-Unit rapper also still has an unreleased collaboration with Weezy called “Ejected” from 2013, so hopefully we will hear that soon!