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E-40 Tells Rare Biggie & Rasheed Wallace Stories + Declares Bay Area Invented The Most Slang

E-40 Tells Rare Biggie & Rasheed Wallace Stories + Declares Bay Area Invented The Most Slang
c-bro in the morning you got the beautiful large staff microphone check for fo-fo fo-fo-focus on three go got me on the wrong mic main test and foley excuse me classic legend in the game is touched down in the room it's ebro's lord Stiles Rosenberg's on assignment I want y'all to give it up for my good friend Eve 41 hey what's up sir the ambassador of the Bay forty Fonzarelli top of the top man top of the morning um so we've prepared some things to run through with you to just recalibrate um for the world if they maybe aren't paying attention you know people are discovering new things all the time yeah so they may have heard of e-40 they may like some records but they may not have known which you have contributed to the game right and just even all the

stories

and things that you've been a part of so Lord did you were you able to look up well because

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that you already started all of that he's the originator so I was like let's go through some words right so you can clarify the word broccoli mmm the

slang

broccoli came from you 1993 1993 I was a studio tall studio and I was just looking at different words to call it you know Sammy in Studio toe broccoli was referring to marijuana marijuana yeah grinya green yeah green so you know someone my song practice looking hard yeah yeah I got a mirror my pocket I practice looking hard which was a boost Riley you know boots votes from the cool that's right and he uh that was his phrase I...
e 40 tells rare biggie rasheed wallace stories declares bay area invented the most slang
used that and I had him in the video along with parking everybody but anybody make a long story short I see it uh got me a baggie full of broccoli in the cricket I was 22 and I show it a 22nd of broccoli you know I'm saying to let it be known that that's what I'm saying so that's one of my words yep all right so where did the phrase captain save-a-ho come from kam saber ho is a word that's a Street word at our first coin for the first rapper ever screaming in you know and now rescue Ronnie I think a lot of people also need to understand where we're from Northern California pimping and hoenn was war the Mac the fake movie the movie the Mafia was shot in Oakland Oakland Oakland that culture of pimping hoe in and all of that so a lot of people the captain save-a-ho right you know records right so so it's a different tween like hat like I'm married right but see when you got a female that's been there for you and that's really your woman you know I'm saying she ain't going around holing around you're not saving the whole you've given her the best you can give her and like you like a real man supposed to do but when it's a broad they gotta held a miles on it like mo right miles to Delta Airlines you don't have said and you try to rest Haven her and make her become your house your your wife you know I mean all your partisan bid through now you a captain save-a-ho all right what about for sheezie for sheezie thought...
e 40 tells rare biggie rasheed wallace stories declares bay area invented the most slang
youth easy for sheezy fools maybe that's a town word the first when I say the town talk about Oakland so a lot of words that I get is just from its regular Street talk you know I'm saying it's like people be thinking I make up a whole bunch of words but really it's just the way we talk natural like afro in the base a whole bunch of people that pop take on like our puppets you know saying that's bit a games like a lot you know West Coast overall really but but the bay is the mecca of it the the the nucleus you know what I'm saying well it's a part of the classic talking right so um you know basically uh for sheezy so my boy twice very first time I heard it wasn't a boy twice Berg and twice Berg was like yeah she's him cuz I produced - my nickname for producing this club Benjamin black person that's my nickname and so uh I produce a record for him and he was with I think Tommy Boy or one of them labels and so anyway we in the studio and we chopped a game he was like yeah he we drank it a she died here for sheezy right so it is dating in my hair so I start popping it he wanted me to you know this so we start talking about it with knives within the next like two or three days I'm in the studio but uh when uh with three times crazy and so one of the three times crazy that's where um you would know I don't know if you feel smart keep the sneaks they come from more yep newsman and so I was in studio rocking with them and and um...
e 40 tells rare biggie rasheed wallace stories declares bay area invented the most slang
next thing you know the boy uh I was I was saying if or shizzi I sent four shizzi like I said it when I said it wrong so Bart just yeah but it's for sheezy okay that's what twice was saying last night the other night ago that's what Weisberg will see it I knew what's up know you notice that like this I'm just being honest this is real talk I'll be lying and then it at you know what I mean so and so that's when I started that's when I say my my n-word partners three times crazy lace me taught me how to say for sheezy but it really was Bart that taught me how to say it right you know understand but but twice it was it was heard from him but no one ever in the life of rap ever said for sheezy on wax until me and too short say on rappers ball when we said he say he fees he and i say - she z then he said we off the heezy for sheezy I say off the heezy for sheezy you know sanneh did I say - thought you thisi for sheezy fools member or a Brandon held him boys from Vallejo if now saying now place 1996 first time ever on wax anybody ever said for cheesy then it became several names after that rap names you signed for cheesy you know the sad breezy that's a beautiful thing it's nothing wrong with it you know to me now player hater player hater started from what I recall in the Bay

Area

that term and I remember when the puff put out the Benjamins and he said and we started using play hate from the sideline and um you got a player-hater degree...
witness just player verse it would say way way way that's what I went way before and that's what I wanted to point out because I remember when the Benjamins came out and I was living in Northern California yeah we felt some type of way that they was taking

slang

with him wasn't getting any credit um when did you first hear play 1988 1988-89 a duel named filthy rich filthy rich from richmond california you can google it look it up he had a song called player haters man the word come from richmond california you know so that's 1988-89 bro knows way be out was the first time i ever heard and I'm in I'm gonna think of the bay but you know Richmond they laced up they gamed up they ahead of a time to you feel me now I'm speaking up ahead of the time um too short was for the Northern California independent music and making your own music selling it out the trunk yeah um how much um when you got started sick with it did you model after what two short had done with independent music where were you guys modeling your business cuz ownership and being independent is a Bay

Area

thing yeah for sure I like that question so what's up enough and left the Pharoah understand that's the Pharaoh substantive let never have a seat up in this thing I've seen some Nephi Nephi you got it you show ownership and independence so basically when two short was first doing it my big bro yeah I look up to he was making red he was making tapes for neighborhood dboys mhm...
you know factors in the soil you know what I'm saying and he would be able to talk you know hearsay will tell me a little bit about yourself well you know I got a burgundy cougar I got this and he write it all down and make a real song for him it'll be a personalized song of their pain from Gouda same thing as cavinti and Magic Mike they did the same thing and they from Richmond California he's good she's by the way from Jesus money yeah yeah yeah so you know same thing with Magic Mike and Calvin T that out of Richmond California they was doing the same thing they was both making some for the neighborhood deep and you know fixtures and even people that played sports and whatnot right so anyway Dan 19 so two short tapes started circulating all throughout the soils of the whole Bay

Area

and on to LA and everywhere else everybody was dubbing them and next thing you know he had a record with a record deal with um 75 girls I think his name was harsh you know saying that was the devil to CEO and so his tape was circulating in 85 I'm like dad then he he'd got it I guess they've he got out of that deal and we were terrible here at TV and that was then TB started dangerous music so so the difference between and they when at that time they want to sell a house trunk of the car they was pretty much it was underground stuff DNA got signed with music got signed with Jive Records were very wise so they so our pattern myself after you know just two independent it...
was in the because he was independent first you know I'm saying taking over the hood selling in the hood taking over the neighborhood yeah yeah so we didn't handle D listen 88 I come in the game you know we really sell the tapes out the trunk like like he was doing but in a different way we selling our album we had a a peak our

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valuable players media shot sugar tea and be legit and that's before we became to click in 88 so we had we create a system with my uncle st. Charles st. Charles he is responsible for people like you know masterpiece success and I mean you know of course you got to get Master P here's to but he helps it launch that with all of us like I was that select records it was it was um it was a solar music solar yeah yeah yeah so you know so basically st. Charles learnt we love together me and st. Charles and II shot and bila we would really learned together cuz he did 45s in like in the 70s he had a couple of 45 you know 45 years into a reggae party not any you know coaching your blood you don't see no uncle or somebody got 45 and it's basically was the first ingles that's how our saying goes yeah on each side right yeah man we all message them to my old school record players and whatnot and so you know so basically he had a little note know how and to do the independent thing did a little bit just a little bit so as we went you know it was successful from the beginning like MVP you know we we could have spent more game but we...
was trying to do like if you go back to that record and this is no disrespect to LL Cool J I tried I had a record trying to sound like him I had a song called thought I could trust a girl and I was trying to get that commercial like getting you know me you know who shot I need love there was my I need love and that's the way I wanted to do it but even though I knew the streets and all that you know I want to go that way but it didn't work that way for me next year I wanted I wanted to quit I was like this ain't working right so I got to go in here really go in and spit some real game what I really know so we changed our name to the clique right because we weren't big family it was just all family you know what I mean and so that's when I just that's when I came with the Shi T that a mess with your brain and left side and mr. flamboyant and face the facts and all the soil stuff then we came with the down-and-dirty album and just start whooping a but right now these was going through City Hall records and music people with music people is a small one stop records to record just distributor and the Bay

Area

at the time quick review for the people listening yeah back in the day before you could just upload to a streaming service which would be the equivalent of a one-stop today back then you would have to go get your music may take the boxes to the one-stop distributor drop it to them and then they would get it to the record stores for you this is true...
like I'm Chris Rock just like just like just like just like Russell Simmons numb did it right and in J press them and all them before me you know but so we did it with the way we did we did it like a we used City Hall Records and music people is our hub so what we did say Charles came with a system where we all have white sheets you know once she's is a sheet that shows you know kind of like your background who you performed with in the past what things for Wikipedia before Wikipedia give you the whole woo up you feel me and so and how your barcode of the other other cassette at the time or the CD did you know understand so you said we send that out to all the stores that dealt with hip hop across the nation so that was the phone we're getting in the phone book making phone calls a Charles mastered a book he made a big book bro this is before you can put all information in the computer and when he made a big ass book that big everybody that dealt with hip hop in the nation hmm so he what year like 1990 like 1990 1990 89 no 89 89 by 89 yeah because that's one less sigh yep 89 you don't have seen it so what he did was also we what do you do as I put five cassettes inside a package do Pitney balls you ever heard of pity balls that's the that's uh that's you you Stampede that's when we use ups so they come so you stat you you manually we were packaged up our CD our cassettes and the once in one sheet and put it in a package stamp it with the...
pretty boss down ups have come pick it up at the office we'll be in Fairfield what we had right hella packages like haul up a whole bunch level so anyway we're sending them out to like Nebraska or Kansas City and places like one stop one stop who was a seven heaven in Kansas City and little record Martin C Otto you know I'm plays orgeous music in Chicago man all these cast so they what they're do they're playing and then you know all the players all the deep boys and all the fixtures FC are you know the album covers cuz the album cuz was ganged up it's like it looked like their life you know I mean we had zenus involves you know on cars on it you know like man let me come get it so they play it they be like man they they sent some stuff on there so people start buying our music so we create we we I help I help I delivered with that too because me and BD shot we had our own little resources to we shot wouldn't found Mary Ann Collins which is a a video promoter that helped get our videos on places like video video soul mmm video so we got dis montage Jamie Foxx went on video so that's my pilot to this date I'll get it to us there right he didn't know me at that time he didn't know he went on there dolly central down there they played our song tired of being stepped on which is a video that we did and it was paid $6,000 for the video that's when we shot South phileo right so did he know this was Eminem liquors this is the video we...
had with helping people at Eminem's liquor yeah so let's call Kissel I diss it and he dissed the record on on TV on video so this video so you're not gonna do we talk about video so yeah later on we it woulda did it crushed us but it made me stronger made me just off in a gas everything I just bought just gas and everything up I just became a beast I just thought spending anything in my life anything oh wait I see anything that was around me and I just took it to a whole nother page but anyway that's the

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that was very key probably you're also the type of lyrics and the type of rapping the way you spoke on the music was worked in specific places very well right was nice but it was also we was preaching for other people too we weren't we was we was narrating lives we were spitting was going on so you know all the real cast it's been several real ones that come to me man y'all saved my life man y'all saved my life Thank You Man you know us and we grew up on y'all music we were spitting the realest game everything it's a recycled game right now cuz I didn't cover it pretty much every part of the game it is to cover it if anybody sit back and really go do their due diligence everything all and then first one I'm talking about triple beam scales and chiapas and you understand me drought seasons and I can go on and on forever bro but even converting the mic yard there was that Hall of game era Turner Street money into...
legitimate money vending machines and laundromats and carbonara shop yeah and like actually that was a part of the music come on man what's the one that was the one line I poke out like nipples don't buy $85,000 car before you buy a house I said that in 1996 and I meant it though like I really meant it don't spend that much money on a car before you buy you get you some proper to get a piece of the earth you know what I'm saying that's a lot of money to be spending on the car you know said you talk like 40s here new album too by the way while we do all this classic talk and we appreciate the candor today practice makes paper which is out right now quavo met yo you got a song with Method Man and Redman which I know is a dream come true for your horse a special song to me because super of course yes Super Dave wins produced a shout out to Walt liquor for putting it together shout to walk what up wait what liquor man you know Stan shout to red Method Man the wool you know we always knew each other for many moons we came in a game around kind of like to say times little earlier but we all we always bump heads and it's always been solid nice salad it's always been genuine love you know what I mean last lyrics solid not solid my salad salad not potato salad got it you know I mean I don't understand the reference it's just solace potato salads mushy salad is soft you know I mean when you salad and you read you you know so got it now you're...
thorough individual you ain't doing this like of stuff just don't make you to be what delicious beverage you're sipping on would you like to know this is Nick this is this is this is this is delicious - this is well-rounded this is uh this is Earl Stephens function

rare

blend so it's a blend so blends are in really really strong right now blends Prosecco stuff like that you feel me I gotta make it yeah yeah I make wine I'm I still adult beverages I started off selling wine online you know and you know instead of coming with a wine because wine is kind of you know kind of upscale kind of you know player you know since I don't want to call it if not the wine I don't want to call it forties wine I don't want to have like a musical note on the on the ground so I say you know what let me cut let me call it if they got a Kendall Jackson the right be strong you know it just in our you know whatever all these other kind of brands why I can't be your Earl Stevens so I so I want Howard the professional people that do professional packaging cuz he's live in a new door to the great Napa Valley for many movement cuz he's been making money that long many moons so you frequented Napa Valley and I'm sure got some deep relationships definitely definitely you know I had an opportunity to find out she wants you in it you in it so I'm not gonna lie I was the brand ambassador of a Laconia at one time it was called Landy cognac and it was out of...
France does well in France but they wanted to come into the United States so they wanted me to hire somebody else he goes by the name of party I'll probably noticed do name yeah if I never heard him his name is Snoop Dogg right so holidays Lou I say snoop we gotta have a meeting with them man you know said they wanna they need some brand ambassadors so me and Snoop they gave Luke some guru gave me some good and we just and so we did it but they didn't they they didn't utilize what they had they didn't know what they had so they was kind of green to it at the time in the United States the people doing the marketing okay so there was 86 right so but I stayed in contact with the distributors I say man I'm gonna be back with my own stuff one day Matt trust death I didn't know who's gonna be walking out you should drink a lot of color I see you know that's the Gallo of shout the Gallo just for you know just being the influence of me wanting to sell wine maybe 40 records reference the the jug of wine you've seen it yeah I had I had all the soils drinking the collar hacia across the globe like everywhere like air you feel me but at the same time I was like I had an opportunity to sell wine online so I wanted to do who work for Coney Atlantic oniac he had a he hooked up with a bottling company in in in Napa which is seven or seven

area

closed 7 or 7 is the same

area

code from 707 Napa you know the yeah always never stay out yeah that's right...
that's you know that right and then the Emerald triangle which is humble county and all that Eureka and all that good stuff yeah we've been making trips out there for many more many moons many moons so that's the 707

area

code could you say 707 backwards 707 hello and it's important I'm glad Laura brought that up because from the beginnings of just pressing up CDs and tapes and taking dropping into a one shot yeah you have 52 years old right now 51 but I'll be 52 in November pardon pardon me but you guys will round it off to the nearest once you become 52 want to become 52 I'm already used to it I'm already saying I'm 52 so this is a new but now here distributing and producing wine yeah yeah yeah so basically I started off selling wine online the demand got real big they're like man can we get these in stores and so I saw my first pallet a pallet is 56 cases of 12 packs of 750 bottles right I saw my first pallet toufu for less than 2 v right yes sir yes sir yes sir they're so dim from there so my guy that works that works for southern glazed wine of spirits he's my he's my poor foot he's in charge of my portfolio right so he was like man watch one day we're gonna pick up one day it's gonna be you know 10 pallets and then one day it's gonna be a truckload I say what's a truckload he's just 21 palace with 56 cases on each pallet he say that's when you bringing it in and I thought selling hella...
truckloads depends on cuz I started it depends on what category cuz we go from wine to slur akane hurricane prema still yes wasn't a slur Akane you you don't know it's a slur Akane as a hurricane it's a business it's a known drink that I'm more than you come from New Orleans was that pat o'brien's how penile Brides probably

most

ly north where they got him read and they got him i think green but right so look this when i first started drinking uh slurry came a hurricane right so it was nineteen eighty six hours at grommet 8687 fall of 86 87 i was at grandma state university me and be legit would always go to the village it was called the village so that's what the liquor store was that in that liquor store they had a daiquiri machine in it and the daiquiri machines was liquor in it so they had hurricane they had like different different type of premix cocktail i remember i told you our new orleans you could drive up and get a daiquiri at the accurate shot yeah they got drive-through liquor and stuff like this so basically at that time i was only 18 years old so that was the legal age you know if you gotta be 21 out here yeah in louisiana you had to be 18 and I just put my part on get that and I take it they had it in a Styrofoam cup with the top so I be in class sipping hurricane with no problem I was I can eat I can drink 18 years old man you feel me it's Elijah he was that Grambling supposed to be playing football but I supposed to be...
uh I went to Grambling just to be going to gremlin not trying to be you not trying to act hard and then I really went I took up commercial art cuz I can draw alright I can draw pretty good so but be legit went first cuz be legit he ganged up he from the soil and all that but he very smart so he went for electronics right and so I didn't even know he was guy when I found out he was gone I said man you can't leave me out here on Magazine Street man is in the thick of it yes dear me to Yola gaming it's stick out here right now burst like a drive-through service just hella people out do all that magazine and Porter grass through all that all the way up to Fulton come on man sick these are streets of Vallejo killed come on the South is you know saying and so am I going too far I talk your ear off I like to hear myself talk no we we and I'm just trying to narrate so people stay close to it okay well you let me get backward okay well sorry okay so so um I went to college could be when I was like man you ain't leave me out I'm going to so me me being uh and my boy Deon Davis went up there and we it was the best thing I could ever do in my life man I mean it taught me to be a man you know you know wash my own clothes I was doing before wash my own clothes going shopping going to the the county market taking $30 you know working with a shoestring budget you know what I mean because you know we didn't have no income at that time College I took my low yes...
Timmy soil money yes damn me I didn't you know I got a little student loans about 5,000 so we were surviving man you feel me we were survivor so you know we go get our you know eggs butter you know bread and some hot dogs and some noodles and you know mayonnaise mustard and all that you know some chicken some chicken legs or from the county market and rusted man it's a bus that we make as many days and mustard is different than mustard mayonnaise by the way definitely yes definitely as

most

of the mayonnaise is vogue tires hello you know so basically I was first rapper ever screaming at to saying that I'm someone to let everybody know that too but anyway getting back to the further irrelevant terms I was actually at UM at a me D shot and sugar and B Lynn the whole sick with the records we was on like a little mini tour and we was in Little Rock Arkansas no Pine Bluff I think it's Pine Bluff Arkansas Arkansas and we was at we was at a club called PJs and so when whizzing at PJ's we have been drinking gin every day for like two and a half three weeks and you know you keep drinking the same thing you you're high just don't get right like it used to be you feel because you're constantly doing it you gotta mix it every once in a while so he's like you got you know we've been drinking gin every day we talked to the bartender ladies we like can we you got anything that'll get us will we need to be right away and she was I had the perfect...
drink for you and it was hurricane and I didn't know it was hurricane because when we drunk it we probably drunk it uphill a quick went and perform and did a great performance like one of the best performance we ever did at that time so therefore we um we came back and we was like what was dead what was that drink she was autos hurricane I say that was hurricane I always I had this in college I used to drink this but it was in a daiquiri form it wasn't in a frozen beer just a mixture I didn't know I said you got the recipe for that and she told me Bacardi dark Bacardi like grenadine triple sec what else was in the pineapple juice you feel me and that's all you need to make the slur real man and not you could call me sir okay yeah we was like man it's got a slur so I'm like we will call this slur okay you feel me call the slur Akane you feel so anyway I made years later I made a drink cause hurricane Sozzi 40 slurry cane and I got Blue Lagoon premix cocktail drink in the sand up under the same category category 5 Blue Lagoon I got a yellow bird and I have slurry cane Blue Lagoon yellow bird other one oh it's sweet tea and the sweet tea is pretty much on a Palmer but it has back in it yeah 20 percent alcohol 40 proof and so that's um that's probably your primary making music is your love yeah your primary business is creating these beverages and distributing yeah side hustles you know different revenue streams and whatnot you know the...
beverage so you're living kind of comfortable large meal or smell at all and the jealous would love to see a father I'd me an F yeah oh it's very interesting so I see just dude a home on WorldStarHipHop right that easy he had a song called I'm from Vallejo and he was screaming it and he was in South Vallejo right and he had the magazine do you know why the boy was born in night well 1985 1995 on me 1995 right that's one in a major way came out I was already named in ten albums into some like that you feel me and but my family know his mom advanced course they do uncle Robert Craig is from my neighborhood dr. Robert he keep touch down he just touched down around he just touched down like a couple of weeks ago every now welcome welcome home family and so he might hear Oh G from the hillside right so I said don't know in Vallejo this hillside yeah you got hillside got a different story Westside you got suicide suicide bridge side got the veal central and that's where if y'all don't know that's where CC Sabathia is also he's an ambassador layoffs CC we love CC man we were super proud of him um so now um talking sports and we got a rap quick I want y'all to go get this practice makes paper I could talk to eat for tea all day I've known in my entire radio life I think I was playing mister flamboyan in 1999 one very true and it was only me in Sacramento swaying Tech in the bay Julio G in LA the Baker boys out with a line boys on at...
that time and this was before radio play rap music all day definitely so we was playing a lot of so I've known for T a long time so we could talk all day but it's important y'all go get this project because um we brought it up briefly but there was a time where different regions especially like New York or people on the East Coast wasn't really understanding eat forty the clique and the whole sound of the Bay

Area

um

Rasheed

Wallace

who's from Philly I remember wasn't your rap city was that what it was on oh yeah when he said I'll really mess with the e 40's and uh yes check gang so I'm watching I'm watching you know rappers watch Rap City at you know back then we watched it because we were on it and you know seven we part out of it so we watch the rap city you see all the latest couldn't get on the net and look at no videos you know I'm about so um joke Liese which got Joe Claire what I think is out to Jill Klees he made Joe clear man he was like man yeah man you know I'm hip-hop is you know it's doing this dank you know in this different regions and whatnot and different places and he was like um you know you got 8ball & MJG out there doing a thing out there in Houston and you know you got on the goody mob doing anything out there in Atlanta and you know you got a 40 out there and in the Bay

Area

you know and he was like well Joe you know I don't know nothing about the you know the fees ease and the goodie...
mob's but you know a strictly wu-tang all my like right yes I said I'll rap city Brides is like time to like knock me they're like I don't know he said he don't know nothing but he said I don't know I don't know what I don't know about the effets season you feel me just like that so I just okay so I'll talk so me and Lady a rage is trying to do a song together we never did it but we will do it that's our four that's my first I got a number lover she called me we have we got touched she said yeah I seen it too I say man I say man dude out of pocket for that so you know I'm young you know when you young you a young I Hina you know a young Perona myself and have Eddie right I just I just started I've made a song called record haters record hate not yes you know I say uh I told the boy to stick to basketball and I said damn right she was gonna have to learn to respect you I sound tuam paid ain't no need for you to record hate my you know your mind gonna remind you to click right I said some slick stuff on that song it was gamed up so you know you gotta y'all can google it was caught record eight is when you can you know I mean but anyway to make it out he wouldn't play for the Portland Trail Blazers and she got she got Rashi he got tortured everywhere he went dead dead the forest rappers that love me for hours rappers like now not just rappers but people that love me and that tortured like oh it's not gonna get...
on his head I knock him out I shoot him I anything like that it's just like well like first is he had a game at in LA and he finished you know a free throw they had just

Rasheed

Wallace

right right student right hey so you know there was torturing him like that you know then also he played with like my boy Joe junior Rider you know he played with him he's like man you know you shouldn't news anyway this is Megan long story short a short story long depth blow it over right we was at in Portland yeah now your bo1 about a 1000 oh one yeah five years later like five years later and so he get up there and he was hosting a radio show Russia shout to Rashid hip-hop show in Portland Oregon that was when I went works for Paul Allen in Portland for a couple of years but see you know it only take 12 months for you to mature you know some people get on some dumbass right you know and then twelve months later day two changed a life like they've started to be dimming you know they start maturing so it was five years later and I sent him ature damn but he they say he would have been trying to holla at me and Dad so he when he seen me backstage he liked me I been trying to holler man I just want to tell you bro on you know I was I was immature he told me he was immature at the time he shouldn't you know he said he was on some East Coast thing and he shouldn't a dear daddy I've been you know he respect my my hustle and everything I've done and you know we shook...
hands and and and and hugged and all that then he brought us on stage and say let's do it in front of 10,000 people and we did it yeah I took him out on stage so they could true sit up here show love and unity have to go for his legs when I have I think understanding one thing I learned about moving around the country and I still make this mistake where I hear music from places that I don't quite understand the lifestyle yeah so you hear music through a lens of your own you don't understand that it doesn't appeal to you and then when you go to visit that place or you see how people party with that music it begins to make sense this is true and a lot a lot of us have had to mature in that way man I got fans right now that are my biggest fans hated me the

most

not hate but just didn't understand me like he's wack until they start listening to all of game not all spitting and whatnot in the life chanting all the lifestyles and everything I was talking different subject matters and all this good it wasn't just less way more than just

slang

about me man I you know I got positive uplifting songs that touch the soul and whatnot you know no man if you ever do your due diligence you know this is real talk happy to be here and all that stuff you know what I'm saying like so many Psalter to make a gangster cry you feel me so this is my career being in this game for 31 years it's not luck it's too much game involved bro I'm season the best that...
ever did it and got away with it practice makes paper out Friday on the project Method Man Redman Chris Brown schoolboy q Ferg fabulous Scarface Bootsy quavo Rick Ross Wiz Khalifa I'm told that this album is an hour and a half long is that true yeah yeah so on iTunes you're gonna get all that young at twenty so it comes out this front this Friday on the 26 and it's 26 laps on there that's another word have you anybody heard anybody ever say slap that slap right here hey y'all ever heard it gentlemen Drake said it Drake said he's slapping Drake just said on this releasing song when was the one when he say what do you say what do you say on the

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recent why did go to got so many slaps oh no just a slap do it go it's coming down to Ross joint the

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recent one did one huh he won't with Meek Mill bro yeah going back yeah going back he said it right there on there cuz you know you rock what does he listen to our music you know I'm saying he's had a courtesy to base out a few everybody a culture though you know it's addicting you know what I mean it's addicting you know it's not just him it's anybody I'm just saying I mentioned Drake because he sold or to hit on everybody's use different

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dress you know everybody's borrow culturally in hip-hop right from different elements certain worse has been coined by a secretive Records yes you know sure would you like to run to him before we get up out of here...
it's all Grindley feel me broccoli Devon like this slap what about balling it's all good it's all good come on man yeah we way before

biggie

said baby it's all good but why did y'all it's a famous story courtesy of DJ enuff um that he shares often when they were and Sacramento or was it in sorry oh that was Sacramento it was a Sacramento that was on that was when they were performing at the Cal Expo we're gonna give it to that I'll have no problem with it right but just know that I don't never I never been a rapper to try to like bring up controversy because my alpha to come out man why you bring it he BD told him say that no come on man I don't wanna I never based my life on controversy to sell records you don't know me but anyway you go well the story starts controversial but ends happy yeah because you know it was a little bit of a miscommunication between Vig and enough when they showed up in Northern California and enough

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the story all the time and I don't know what started it but I know that y'all pulled up into a hotel 40 deep to have a conversation nope what happened the story gets all twisted all right so it all started from a Canadian magazine they got

biggie

really drunk and say man just just let's do this interview so I did an interview and they say we want you to rate these rappers from a scale from one to ten okay yeah he got hella toasted I just I don't know if he got hella toasted but something...
was going on because he you know when you're a rapper game recognize game so it had to be either he was set trippin cuz you're not workin I was wearing a Kangol before he was born like I was wearing Kangas when I was like 16 17 you know what I mean I had that lip I had the glasses everything you know saying just so happen that certain things we was wearing like Coogee and Versace and all that that was with hip-hop was at the time so I don't know if he thought like oh he's a West Coast guy I wanted to be me nah man I was before you brother you feel what I'm saying so anyway to make a long story short the short story long here it came to rating me and from a scale from one to ten you know what that man gave me a zero bro a zero and I'm a platinum artist at the time a zero hmm you feel me so you so we needed to have a conversation people knew I was hot right so am i my slide young is my little young hyenas they so sneaky I didn't even know that they was I didn't even know on air that I didn't even know dude had a consonant um in a Sacramento they called me like 11:00 at night father what you want me to do what to do I say I'll say put him on the phone right he get on phone and y'all heard the story you know he was up Duke yo yo you know Sam I really never had nothing against dude I like to do do you know you know he was rocking with Park and all that back you know saying so anyway so that's the piece of the car that's the piece...
of the story where he enough

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us that he was on the phone at the hotel yeah he was on the phone that was on the farm yeah so y'all never actually really conversation face-to-face no no not that not got it not that nice so my for State escorting him back to the hotel whatever you know I say don't do that to him I'll let the do go it was cuz he told man now I mean I rock with sprinkle me Duke and you know you start talking you know I was I wasn't even really tripping it was just it kind of hurt you know you don't take nobody life because they say they don't you know they raided you a zero it was it was disappointing but you know saying it wasn't it that hurt it but you notice they're not to just you know make this man disappear you know things like that that ain't any what it's about you know to me so anyway um I seen him and puffy prior oh a few months later this was 95 so I seen him a few months later probably about a month half two months later at the MGM you know we took a flicking with night you know I'm saying and also if y'all would look inside of the last album or the last album life after death yeah yeah yeah could they want me on that album but they had to turn it in and I was I was moving around I don't know what happened so but he did shout me out you know he said you know at that at that time we would do shout outs in the inside of the albums yes he's like shout out to e-40 you know spice one you know he...
just bit that's what they do it and so uh that's how that story ends man you know I wish dude was alive was pop was alive which will be all here for it in our 50 weed everyday' near 50 the close to it right yeah yeah you know we'll be making that's why you know I wanted to bring that up under the guise of you know a lot of people have gotten to the point in their careers where they're ironing out Oh miscommunications and problems right even young cats you know you don't I mean where you saw last year Drake and meek and Drake and Chris Brown you know what I mean you get to a point oh yeah yeah say it again are they going crazy right now they'd be smarter yeah but it's because there's more money to be made that way when everybody's having fun and getting along no guidance guys you heard out here you should have seen it coming got me singing this yo pick up before T's practice makes paper Friday it's good to see you sir it's good to see you too fast sir and good to meet you too I think we've met once before but good to see you again man yeah give it up one time man get that key for the project you