Snoop Dogg On Owning Death Row, Working At Def Jam, East vs. West Coast Beef & More | Drink ChampsApr 26, 2022
snoopdizzle compounds there you go there you go cheers stop the 60s what's up dj efn listen entertainment mad world great and all that makes some noise and let's be clear we no we ain't rich now no I don't ride for nobody that's true but when it's not often, when we get a nice call from Snoop Dogg Delia and then Snoop Dogg Adelia calls us with the president. Can we call him president because she gives us a lot of money? so everyone laughed but we didn't and the president said we had to talk about this
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deathrow and i said wait a minute holy moly guacamole you have to calm down sir sean cones he said i'm not here i'll call him on phone and then snoop got on the phone and this is crazy so in case y'all don't know who we're talking about let's make some noise for the only alumnus of dog champions the complex here's what it's crazy about it like in the inglewood neighborhood blood like a how could we double check on t well the simple fact is i've gotten over the aggressive element i'm
moreof a businessman and when you learn to be a businessman you learn to incorporate everyone so I have a lot of blood my blood cousins who supported the operation like Well so we don't keep it, you know, completely business crippling, we keep it completely commercial in the business io so anybody who's eligible I mean you know you can get a position no matter what neighborhood you come from or what group you represent we represent money businessmen and we try to make money to make a difference that's fire now excuse me c'mon straight to that's not a game he was on our show and the game said jay-z didn't want him in the super bowl um where do you stay with that i don't know that's information i don't have i remember i was a guest of dr dre , so i wasn't aware of the information about who was who, not all i know is that i got trouble with me acting oh so i guess you know there's some truth to it but i don't know i'm not but you saw what the game said.
I sent you the work in full and that is your opinion. He got his opinion. That's my little friend. That is my nephew. under the dry tree so whenever there is a mess under the drake tree no doubt no doubt so sometimes we fight we have misunderstanding and it's up to us as a family to understand each other so many times when we vent It's probably because we haven't been able to get in touch with our family so we let them know we want to get in touch with you and that's the way we vent because there were two things I didn't see. scott storch in the nc game and those are the two things it would be like if you know what this is this would be great lemme tell you what you didn't see you don't say anything about what you didn't hear g thing you didn't hear from
deathrow what what about that error that meant nothing that meant something ok ow so what about that?
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So you have to look at dr dre's state of mind whatever was on him that was his show they asked him to perform so whoever he wanted to bring to the party he was entitled to and when he said. i don't want to do this song this song with this song we couldn't deny that because they didn't ask us to come i would have loved to do g thing gin and juice what's my name drop it like it's hot anything from my catalog i couldn't do a snoop
doggsong i did my best to support the doctors make some noise for that nwa stuff lemme be clear lemme be clear so i came home the big homie jay-z alright and i said he came to stop me and he stopped me and this is exactly i swear to god my nephew we wonder if you ask him here on the left i told my nephew i said listen i have to ask someone directly so i said why who are the people that are in um in the nfl and he said to me and i'm sorry for anyone who doesn't understand and he said the white guy asked for it for 50 cents so i said who is who is the white guy.
I'm liking this jimmy iveen he said no and they called straight for 50 and he said it's just god he said i can't do it if i can i won't break 50 but that's his god not in the story of the story i'm sorry to disagree no who would you say is the most famous thing on your mind mickey mouse rapper no no no you're not the most favorite but by the way let just be clear thank you let me be clear snoop a million percent we were hoping you'd be there we weren't expecting mary we weren't expecting kendrick we were expecting dre and snoop so what happens in this rehearsal? before rehearsal it's really a conversation before we get to the person you know the game plan what it should look like how it sounds what we should do you know what the songs look like etc everything comes out because dr dre is a perfectionist So first of all he had to fall in love with the project first and once he falls in love with it then he has to figure out how he can creatively get everyone up like never before, you know, because black has wanted to fight him in the verses and do all these kinds of things, but he came back.
I need to show you that. everyone can't beat me yeah and there's only one way to show you the super bowl the biggest stage in the world give me a moment i mean but what people don't understand is that he didn't do anything from the merciless catalogue, death . row catalog nothing from snoop dogg catalog he only had 12 minutes yeah that's for sure look what people are doing all this look what you could do in 12 minutes are you going to satisfy everyone? it's gonna satisfy the whole world in 12 minutes when your catalog is three years old that's true you're going to lose a beat you're going to where the ice died do what we want to do after putting in the work that dre did to live up to it to get that position, so we can't, you know, take it, we have to say, you know what we applaud because maybe that opens the door for me or someone else to continue the journey. that dre put in hip-hop for 30 years three decades of hits i'll be honest i mean i mean i mean everything we can't be in we want to stay there for a minute stay there for a minute three decades eighty ninety two thousand two thousand and ten and just dropped in the game gta talk to me i'll answer you i'll be honest oh that's five decades yeah okay that's what's great because of the break puppy collar puppy collar you know i I'm gonna be honest so I hit the big homie and I say, I say, come and see me and then Jay-z come see me, he's actually coming, yeah thanks, it's the cold ones, okay, he's actually coming. look at me snoop and i ask him i said i just had the game on homie and i need need need know me for you the game was locked right?
Was it the black ball because that's all we want to know because the vegas black ball didn't? can keep our brotherhood do you know what the big army told me what he said i can't say anything to dre you just say what i say it's a dre thing like he had a lot of friends and a lot of people he put yes and i don't think it was for nothing but whatever space he was in mentally remember he just went through a divorce and then the aneurysm was in his head so no one is paying attention other than the man is going through like we all go through individually. but when we're in a high-profile moment to show off our success stories, we have to seize that moment, but we might still be going through some and as a family, it's our job, you know? do what we do to support each other, so my job is to be the mediator, you know? i take no sides i just love everyone equally and sympathize and sympathize with both of them because i understand how they both feel i understand how the game feels yeah i understand how dre feels what about scott storch?
I should have been the guy in the I'm going to I'm not asking you if you're serious I should have been doing that probably the one percent of America is alright alright and scott is mean that's me with him but in certain times it is not. made for you yeah and that's no no disrespect that's all proper respect if dre felt i wanted to show scott at the piano i'll do it but i don't think it was disrespectful to him let's say that i don't love scott and i think there was so much going on that he didn't pay attention to the details as to what should have the pianist should have the horn player should have one that was pop Block on video should i ask you know the things that remind you of what it is about?
I should do something different so they know what it is now because it's still my sound, regardless of who plays it and who did what it is. This is my album that we made together, as an achievement of what we have done together. celebrate the fact that that's your keys played in the super bowl it doesn't have to be your fingers everyone knows that came from you so that's your celebration right there snoop im gonna be honest with you when i post the picture . with you and puffy and i said bad boy thaw so many people hit me and said thats not right people died people you know like that and i said shut up yeah but people died but we had nothing to do with it we were always the peaceful ones thats the epicenter of everything they tried not to like me bloated and big while i was in the middle of the death row bad boy fight and i made a decision i had no problem with them that i was the angie martinez interview in the days they created ha voc between me and death row because I said there were two for use exactly because when you said I don't have a problem I said I'd do a song I want to do a song with them that's how I ended up I said no I don't have a problem with puffy and big i want to do a song with them in the middle of the war in new york new york on high 97. why would you say because that's how i felt? our ass well let's keep a thousand yeah some don't like the competition i take it home i love it when it's better than me cause you're gonna make me better do you think me and jay-z and nas and all this was based on us we don't have creative competition, that's what it's always about, but it's not about hate, it's about oh that just dropped a bombshell, who did hold, let me load who, what producers used to really call that call that just calls calling them and the same thing when i shit snoop i drop a hot rod jay-z calling my producers this competition is fun it's love this is what we do we don't kill behind it and i didn't understand i had enough sense to know i just won a murder case so now you want me to get into another one while i'm in new york with no guns he's louise i'm from the hood i come back in a gang so i understand the problems on the street i know there are gang members everywhere yes one of the toughest in the world or it's tough on every block so when you try to be too tough that's when you got my ass checked so i knew my position was i loved hip-hop i was raised on new york hip-hop that's it hip hop mecca it will always be for me as far as respecting puffy and biggie at the time thats what it was about i respected their music they sounded good felt good and they were friends of mine when we were making records at the death row i used to go to dad's house and hang out with them we have footage of me there is footage of me rapping on stage in california but why were you the only one who wasn't brainwashed? you know what you know what I'm going to be honest you weren't the only one crooked there were fathers in law they didn't have the manpower to say what I said you feel what I say so I was able to test the system because I built the system correctly you thought i was saying it and i wasn't trying to test the system i was just trying to put some peace in the air because i was like you know what maybe if i say this i really feel like maybe they'll say you know what It's not that bad and then you'll speed up the clock and find out that Biggie had nothing to do with Tupac getting shot nah, not at all, not at all, that's it, yeah that's it. it really is like that and i want to take all of that in my head from here from here saying how you gonna ride with them ass cousins and pop guys in the pop i'm like it's doing my values what's happening to you i have a problem come see me but that is that's um um let me let me hold you for a second but that's um and I know I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm fine Now I'm big I'm fat but Ann Rivera called me and she said I said I need to tell you I don't want that that big bad boy collaboration on death row happen. why would you want that and he said because they killed people and whatever so i said i said are you listening these people got stabbed too yeah yeah and did nothing so this is what i said about this now speaking the nft yeah yeah this is yesterday so he told me he told me he told me um i don't like him like me no no he didn't say okay he said this is the last time right now no I don't like the bad boy collaboration on death row because it was something new, this is new, that's what i'm trying to tell you. like let me talk to you right now if you're listening if you're seeing we're progressing we're moving forward in our minds i'm a 50 year old man now i'm not a 20 something year old and I lead by example and a lot of kids follow me so if we can show growth and progression we can move on and we can take this bad boy from thedeath row the way it used to be and make it a collab about peace and love just so you know about bloated sons and my sons have been best friends since they were six seven years old and let me tell you the true story of that brother I didn't make it happen and puffy didn't make it happen one night I was at my house and puffy son finished around nine and I'm like what time are you going home and he's like I'm going to spend the night. connected my kids were puff kids and they formed a friendship in a bond when justin went to ucla my son went to uc when christian was rapping my son was ra When he was modeling they flew the world together so they forged a friendship and a brotherhood which puff and I always had, so if only we had a chance to take these two brands and show people what can be instead of what used to. be that's what we gonna do, dammit that was hard, that was crazy is on your new album, you did that parody on death row, no, the dancing, all the dancing in your videos, that's right how did you actually record like that. what it is now because that's who i am, i'm confident again, swollen, you know what i say, i'm in every video, i rap, i dance, you know what i say, because that's what i don't have. no problem with that you know what i'm saying i love this is who i am and i get a chance to give others a chance to be because i'm so bright when i shine the light on someone else then they get a chance to show their talent and run wide i'm not going to lie to you puff daddy called me in a threesome he said h i said listen you have to go see snoop and i said of course i'm going to sleep but then the three of them jumped me with you and he said that we have a nft puff bad boy on death row and i posted i posted a picture of me you and diddy and i said bad boy uh nft death row everyone said something like that and i cant lie to you snoop a lot of people were like what about are you talking bad boy? well you know your show is controversial and i appreciate that because i get drunk the optics is they understood that it's about growth and development like i keep saying when you get to the age that we are and you get to be as successful as we are you have You start doing some things that matter for the future, right?
Because if we hold to the narrative that the East Coast and the West Coast don't get along, that's a lie. Where are you from? I'm from the
coastwhere I'm from the
coast. about you, I love about you, okay, so what is that? If we don't if we keep the cnn re member yes because we drive new york new york yes and what you guys drive la la is fine then this is why you have to allow it and these who are talking don't even know what's already happening right they're so trained to be brainwashed by the hip-hop system nigga's supposed to be against each other shut up yeah stop being brainwashed i love puff i love his kids now what's up going on nah what's going on i own death row so i do what i want let's stay there hi i'm not gonna lie i didn't have your number right now i got your number now but i know you wanted to call me when i bought it now, Let's be clear because I want to be clear to the fans, not to me, your lawyer is calling you with this opportunity, how do you say you can buy death row?
workingfor dev jam, president, creative executive consultant, so I took jay-z's job, he just makes noise because of it, so I'm doing my little job. there and um i really wanted death row first but they know once in me they tried to treat me as a whole they wanted me to go work for them at my e1 we are talking about e1 the record label what's his name alan grumbling yeah that actually had the labels I'm going to do with that yes you do it's your show so you know for about a year and a half, two years I was just trying to get my master's degree all I wanted was doggy style um , so snooper, let me be clear, I'll give you the full rundown if you watch. to me yeah ok you're asking about his own teachers that's what he originally thought to do he was originally trying to say he won how can we make a deal to work because he's
workingwith the big block without ball e1 what did you buy? they bought everything the toy company did right so now i'm dealing with hasbro and e1 hasbro is supposed to be clean they don't do anything negative but i like what's going on so i'm talking to e1 they give me i run so i'm like look check it out why don't they let me go to work for everyone so i can get m? and masteries, I can blow them all up, do this, give me the death row catalog and let me get my masteries, okay?
Come back and be the best fucking you've ever been snoopy You were too fast No I'm telling you that You slipped the whole shoes I had an argument with Lucy and Grange Mr. Granger I can come to work for you Make your label better You're rich You're a ballin You don't need this, snoop dogg, I can help you. I have people here who need help and I love Dev Jam. I wanted to be in Dev Jam when I was a kid. Give me a job. Give me the job. Few things make it happen and jump out and then I hear oh they sold e1 and then to some trillionaires oh they did so I have a few people who know trillionaires. death row we don't know what to do with it i do how much it cost how much my teacher s cost damn wait give me a minute we got
morecalls this is crazy give me a minute so let me go to death row I don't want the masters right now because everything is a scheme, it's chess, it's not checkers. your death row there now snoop dogg received death but this this what you say always has something negative he says he doesn't have the teachers he doesn't need it cool he won't let me I'll leave them all how much because I love them all, not just me mine, but you, I want them all, oh, one more piece to go, what about the editor? snatch everything so from the traditional itunes, apple, spotify, get outta here freeze another death sound bro freeze so bring the death row catalog to gala games the company with the that I'm in the metaverse, that's where he lives in the metaverse, then he creates the death row app. so we can be like netflix amazon and we have an app where all of our content c creates all of our music and now instead of apple and spotify and all this pimping it's a new pimp on the block which was actually in my first question: You went and took all this back, but did you?
I have everything because I want to. the first thing i want to do is get paid by all the people who didn't get paid so many family games rage you know what i'm saying so i want to make sure the founder harry oh yeah he can get paid that's crazy ya know come on a position in the company to be an executive because he has a brilliant mind and is the boss. He just got home. then I'll deal with people like Warren G I'll go find my I'll go find the only
westcoast left to the right I'll go find Def Jam's warranty registration Take it to the metaverse Make Def Jam some money and make my friend have some million and make sure he's straight for the rest of his life then i'll take care of snoop dogg once i take care of everyone else snoop i'll be honest with you i probably did the best thing oh what's it called uh investment no no um when you say something um statement in my life i'm sitting there watching you in the hollywood hall of fame and then i said i have myself to thank i said holy moly i also have to thank me so much what made you think you're my that's i didn't have nothing written um you got dr dre there my dre was there my mom was there my best friend warren g was there kareem abdul jabbar's dad do you all understand what that means to me? shot question jones was there like that it's like i'm a little kid like i can never meet these people and now these are my friends showing up for me leaving a conversation for me so when i'm there spitting my i don't even know what i'm about talking but i look at my mom and say i need thank you mom did what she had to do even though let's be clear mom did her part but im looking at my mom like i broke her up now all the rest is up to me like when you have a child, you leave them, you cut them off. loose and it's all there is what you taught them and then it's on them from there and i feel like to get to where i got i had to put in all that hard work that dedication the fight the losses everything i went through i had to be strong enough to fight and get back up and go do it again and take the machos and don't get paid lose friends lose relationships lose money you know what I say damn they are losing my life my freedom and regroup to say I'm respected enough for everyone Respect me and love me for who I am. me for being me so the next person that comes out to do them can understand that they can do that all the time the two of them three i'm not going to lie when i saw that speech i wanted to thank me every day i was also like i was starting to wake up like you my just me I think it was iconic when I said it my until I started it got so good on my leg I called my album I want to thank me I made an album after that I called I want to thank me because I was like you know what I need and I didn't even understand that it was more about health mental and self esteem yes for other people like no it was something for me but a lot of people had the right words it was like real self esteem for people to be like you know you don't have to work for your confirmation.
I'm doing fine internally exactly and I'm going to be fine because a lot of people were waiting to see what he was going to think, what she wouldn't think. I don't like I don't know if man I like I like him so let me ask you um game says something on our show and the game said kanye did more for him in two of us eks than dr dre did for him and his whole career now i'm gonna before i ask you this i'm going to tell you that kanye stopped by my wife's juice bar and i showed it to kanye and kanye looked at it and said i don't think the games should have said that a million percent the game is true you know i'm listening kanye you know this ah listen a million percent i love all all all sides all parties involved all parties involved but i need to hear snoop doggs i mean no i don't know that's his personal experience so yeah it's a personal situation, you know, where he feels like that's what happened, like maybe Kanye walked him into the metaverse and showed him the billion dollar scheme of how to get to the billions a little bit. you know it could have been something along those lines that he could have shown her something you know why dre isn't very good at showing you anything he's basically good at bringing your talents to life you know how far it's about you not what he does for you but what you can do for yourself when under your guidance so for me i couldn't answer that but i know the game is my friend so i respect everything you say and do.
I don't ever want to be on his bad side and none of that in terms of negative energy we have a great understanding you know I respect his point of view his points of view he always he always communicates with me that's how what does that mean for sure artist like sure how i wanna say god bless god bless me for me saying this and um i'm gonna be honest with this you had a murder case there's no way you can be a safe artist right? saying the iconic things, yeah I have soccer leagues, I do things with special needs kids, I do things with parents, gang violence, like the things I've done to create a whole new narrative about who I am, I guess that would do it.
I feel like I was safe but I'm still a so no you're a you're not going to ever hey what about What I've known for a long time Inglewood was a super bloody neighborhood yeah definitely but no We're coming here, we're gang violence, we come here on business, I train Inglewood porters, I bring business to Inglewood. I hire people from Englewood I associate with bloods and crips I associate with human beings I am for change I have kids on my team that I coach their parents have been active gang members for over 30 years and they see me involved with their kids teaching their kids educating your children giving your children hope gang violence is not part of what we bring to the table we bring peace to gang violence so being in a neighborhood of blood that brings you business and opportunity shows that they can get over the gang mentality of being active i'm not active with gang banging i'm active in my neighborhood as far as creating so i feel like i'm part of englewood and i'm frominglewood because i do things to better the community i live here i love to help and love to be a part of this so no one has a problem with snoop dogg because he's not a gang member i've been
drinking too much this you better stay
drinking to live long cho yea not gonna lie so what got you into red red wines because you could have gotten the blue you could have?
No, I think red appealed to me because, um, it was very radical yes, it was something that nobody was attacking, everyone was going after everything that everyone else was doing and I feltthat he dedicated himself to making Snoop Dogg who he is and if I have the power to position myself to make sure everyone is compensated at that point, that's what I'm going to do, that's what I'm guessing I'm thirsty to do that's very admirable so lemme lemme show lemme ask you doggie style the chronicle we're trying to get everything i have everything i have though what are you guys talking about quit drinking man no i need to reiterate i gave you the full schematics i told you how you started with the mark wanted to get my masters first it was too high for just my one master so i ended up getting the tag the ip no masters so when i announced i the ip was talking so much it forced me to go find all good.
I went and got the teachers and the post because I thought I didn't need any discussion. I need to be able to make moves so I can keep my people. because if I leave this there when it's time to sell it I have to check with him and he may not want to make sure he gets paid but if I have it all then I'm the one who controls when he makes money. who get paid so we talk a dog dude all dpg all rbx madam of wrath yeah yo move on ing i just go go go and these are people who haven't been fully compensated you know what you warn you did to jail de dev love it saved it can't let it was never compensated for it that's great he's from the west coast if you don't get outta here come on lemme throw my w so let's be honest at the time def jam was a mid
eastcoast label right that's right artists from the west coast save them, you would think so. on save or to go back it would be like we then end up getting jay-z dmx killing blah blah blah brianna kanye patron justin bieber goes 10 for giving us nothing but ok let's regulate i'm a regular let's go regular regular make some noise for the regulator okay let's get into your wands and spirits cause you're not really you're not drinking any of it not just a little bit you know I'm going to make money out of it okay you we love you we honor you we appreciate you but we also want to give you your f low to your face in real time come on yeah we're gonna do this the first time you came but this time we're gonna make sure we didn't do it the first time we we honor, we probably want to honor you properly, you know we never do it for this, but when we get it, this means more than any award you can get for real because it means your peers appreciate it, you're appreciated by the people who do it to you many times, some programs award amas are fake you don't really know the people that had anything to do with it but this here from the heart means a lot because I know how real you all are I know where you guys come from I know how you move as a unit so to all the family of drinkers i appreciate it and i accept my flowers but snoop i'm not gonna lie we love you snoop i'm not gonna lie like like real real talk i had to sit down with jay-z and tell him snoop he is the most famous rapper of all time, what did he say?
Not now, but did you really tell him that? Did you tell him that he just didn't do it? He didn't recognize it. He just moved, but listen, listen to what he says. Crazy you can't go anywhere in the world and he can't you go to a bagel shop that's owned by a jewish guy named diego there's a place i use this place i used to be able to go and then my cover was blown , i just go in there all the time i was an asian um at the grocery store they had the best meat in town that was bomb the meat was just amazing the fish and all so im in the back one day with the butcher it's like the third time I've been in there it's coming out the back this time it's got cameras and all kinds of stuff that's a good thing because you know what a lot of people don't understand they don't understand success and they don't understand fame , I enjoy it, I really enjoy how I make people feel like me. watch certain videos of michael jackson like they have a video of him in the backseat of a car and it's like a million fans outside and you could just hear him talking about look at her over there look at that one she rolled down the window he waved at it it's like the fascination of knowing That people love you is a feeling only a few are entitled to and it's a beautiful feeling and it's like we know how to appreciate it, we know how to hold on to it, we know how to make people feel a part of it and that's like a gift that I have for the people who love me.
I don't call them my fans they like my family family because when they see me it's like they've known me my whole life they'd say yes and if I have one if I have a bad attitude that dance is like oh okay we know by doing this they're just tripping like you, then we bought your records, they'd be lined up like it's cold in some of these places I go, I'm someone like two degrees, I saw you and bloated. go to fat burger at 7-eleven i put bean bag in the car then we went to that we went to bishop magic one house pulle d up drove through south center they could come in where are we going knock on the door so the church opens the church is green is green there it's cool green and gold green and gold puffy sit down and have fun you're with bishop jack you're in the hood we're good yeah he's pimping here you want me with the dog don't you remember i remember yes it's okay we go upstairs and clean ourselves up pop come on all my famous players bring 'em to the bishop's house 'cause the bishop is right where the bishop lives where, what neighborhood is that, damn it hurts pete is going to mansfield, so i feel like i pop, god i feel like i said no i don't know which bishop has always been to me as my spiritual advisor and no one understood what that meant but he was always the only one in my life how to put god in me life as crazy as he is who created the murderous church church well so church means we take god everywhere we go so whenever you hear us say church that means we have god with us and he will protect us and we won't do anything out of pocket and if we do something out of pocket he will make sure we come home soon because we are inside. church hello hello church in the building is the people there was a bad time on death row right where snoop was here sugar was here and since i used to go to parties i should come here in los angeles and i only see angry blood cars in the front and this would be a snoop dogg party that's new you'll still be coming how we got from there to here like where are you and sugar in man sure great um i'm cool with everyone like i said um i went, went, became the biggest man and I told people that I want to fix this, I don't want it to continue like this, why and fire put together that conversation and released songs to show where it was.
He had a song called let bygones bygones bygones i do all kinds of things even in this movie i just got back to death row i gave him a shout out gave him some love for the great things he did for me and my career, so I feel like people need to understand that we're moving forward and when you're moving forward, you're moving forward, you don't look back all the time. The things we did as boys or young men can't change that, leave it there, yes, but as a 50 year old man, it's my job to do the right thing, my grandfather, I have six grandchildren, right, I want to be a grandson, you don't they want to be grandkids or touch their finger they should relax no that's funny even though i know it's real when i was young hip hop had a life expectancy of about four years if you dated four years and that was your career you did that later I saw ll cool j do like 12. right and I'm like ok it can be done someone can run so I said when I get in I'm going to rewrite this I'm trying to do 22. no I'm on 30 right now talk to me talk to me talk to me snoop i'm gonna be honest no there ain't nobody more famous than snoop dogg you're probably the most famous rapper there is and i'm in this more than just rapper no grandma knows who snoop dogg is like you can go look look look at the camera guys look when he says yes the floor you go to the grandmother and you are as if you knew snow wigs like y'all snoop today grandma likes to be cool grandma is supposed to take care of grandma but grandma said i'm i'm i'm with snoop today grandma boy wow no I know, I don't know what that is. attributes to why you can't go lower not from a grandmother to a two or three year old baby one of the kids I coached in my soccer league came here for my granddaughter's birthday a couple of days ago her daughter is like two or three and i trained him two year old daughter no he's 25 now but he's 25 i trained him when he was like eight so he took his daughter in his arms and i'm playing with him hey little mama and he like who is that she said snoop dogg I'm like how the hell does she know who I am and he's like oh we just I've seen you in this movie and we see we see you on Nickelodeon.
I'll forget about everything I've done for the kids that sticks in their heads, so that's why we created the death row kids and G-Phone lullabies that are coming soon too. death row kids and g-funk lullabies talk to me we forget about the kids too we want to educate them what does ludder boss mean? it's like singing like songs kids don't do it like that the next generation of like you say the next generation of people who can do this just like we're looking for the next generation of kids i can rap and become entrepreneurs and not just be the ones who they're on camera but to be the ones running and running the whole show because we're tired of being the stepper it always has to be dance and show we want to be the executives we want more presidents we want more label owners shouldn't be the only one in the game i could turn around and buy the label he was on this should be inspirational to be okay i want to buy back my label i sold i want to buy back this i sold because i understand the value and something i helped create instead of sell it to someone who will appreciate the value to shut me down until i die and then bring it back up when i'm when i'm gone so what's that call when def j am calls you and says i want you to be the president because jay-z was recently president and jay-z got a lot of slack thats my brother but he got a lot of slack for being the president but you turned around and started beating the butcher.
You did the right thing, like you signed. You did exactly what we wanted a west coast to do. sorry, and a real hip-hop and a real hip-hop hat, but I'm on the streets, I'm on the streets, so I know what's hot and what's not, and how it happened that I flew to New York out of my own pocket. Right before I signed the deal with Def Jam just to show them what they were getting because I remember asking. for the job i didn't get hired i wanted to know i went to meet you said i want to work for you because they won't give me death row so i want to come put my executive hand on here and help some artists who need help they went there they put that play in effect made that happen and after that move right there they started respecting the fact that snoop dogg knows what he's doing but i have to sign somebody though let me sign somebody they've been dealing with to get and they can't get a good butcher so i'm in new york and the kid is in the studio with benny the bush and the kid is like my street crew he likes i got benny here.
I will send it here. I never met her. He will come to the study when he enters. I play a rhythm. I know you don't like it. I'm like what's going on what you're doing like I'm not doing I'm like I like it what's up with that beat I said it's yours bust I wrote to him After he finished rapping I put it down. What about you? In deep. I tried to get this and got down. they lowered you Yeah man. I said they don't know you, you're a star. actually i said what you want he said what he wants i said i will call the boss and you tell the boss what you want and he will give you what you want he will sign you hello yes i got it.
Benny the butcher right here he'll tell you what he wants you'll give it to him yeah I need you to put the phone back in the snow. holy moly guacamole straight no but i feel good about that move because i like to see young guys like that get what they are supposed to get and stay in control and not get holed up because a lot of you would have had to take a different approach where they gave you a lot of money to lock you up for a long time and just sit back and not post your records how you won't he's in the prime position so when you bring him in you can talk to him and get the other half of them choosing to get the other half the story here you know what i'm saying he will tell you if i'm lying i'm not telling trump no nobody nothing about snoop cause we know it's good only for you let me let me give you i'm coming for you kinda Acetate, I'll mix it up, yeah, yeah, mix it up, mix it up 'cause I feel you. you know i work for the expansion which is actually a good mix yeah lemme lemme get some of that lemme get lemme get some of that i'm going to mix mine and mix that up so this is another collab i'm going to do a little one so don't im gonna lie to you death row bad boy collab what are we talking about what are we doing rightright now it's ju it's an idea it's just the idea that two black men who actually own that name felt like there was so much negative energy around that name that we could clear it up and we've been together I'm in the puff house all the time him with me my kids with this kid so it's not like a gimmick or a publicity stunt to try to make some money or make someone happy it's actually what the world needs they need hip-hop to know it's okay to have a bad You know at the beginning but as long as you get the ending right I'm the perfect example me and I didn't have the best relationship but look at it now look at how I'm representing how I feel now and how everyone is happy with death row . because Snoop got it and it's a different atmosphere, so it should be the same sentiment about the collaboration, so I'm just trying to put love in the air and I'm not trying to make anyone feel any way.
I respect everyone's point of view. and his feelings, but until you see exactly what we're doing, I think you should really hold your thoughts until you let us execute what we're trying to do because as black people we have to shoot each other all the time before we start. come on man give us some love by trying to do something don't make me have to call you by name or negatively attack you because you shoot negative energy how about you say hey i can get on the phone with snoop and puff and tell them what What do I feel?
Why do I feel it? like he just wanted to talk about my feelings about it and then that way we could tell him we weren't even trying to go down that road we're onto something different maybe it's about our kids you don't even know what's bad The Boy Collaboration Death Row is about it could be about our children, it could be about the future, it could be about you meeting your twins, it could be about you knowing the future where life should be, where we don't have to have conflicts about why if you look at the hip-hop music industry right now, it's driven by conflict and if we could change the narrative to say you can diverge from that and get straight to the love of it all because when people love each other and travel and make money, those Relationships tend to last longer than I can.
I do a show with you because I don't like you or my friends don't like you, you said a song about me and now when we're in the same building someone has to do something because we don't want to go back to the hood and we feel like we got excited when we should be a moment we want to go back to the neighborhood saying we create more avenues and opportunities yeah that's what it's all about so let me ask you why real quick guys did you think the conflicts still be here like the 90's did it because it always i think about self destruction and we're all in the same gang like why couldn't that fix things so we're not here today like we are right now. great question, I think those things worked because why didn't he continue?
It happens more often than not that the industry is controlled by the people at the top, they control the narrative, they want you to hear what they're doing, so the people at the top, yeah sure, but is this what New York means, following the street in general, they did it, they did self-destruction and on the west coast we had that we are all the same way on records with the most shocking rappers at the time to say that we are tired of this violence that we are going to get up and say something about it because we got sick of it and it worked to a certain extent where it created conversations where different people from different neighborhoods communicated because at that time invalids couldn't go into the neighborhoods of blood and it was the same at the reverse but after that communication happened all in the same game and then when the riots happened in '92 after um rodney king 4 29 92 the day he took over was when everything was her We used to in California because now we could talk about rolling these trees together we can ride some together yeah as negative as it was it was positive and beautiful for us because it showed us how to take off I wish we were aiming somewhere else because we were so used to doing this to ourselves to ourselves. i want to riot y'all oh we got it i mean i mean i mean they got it i wanna give it to y'all because most of new york doesn't but the watts riots don't this is this ain't the see riots gonna come back to rice yeah white clock set it going 69 69 alright i was born at 77 clock wise till king rodney wise not gonna lie we love it all we said it all there same we see it's got to be someone you've never heard the east coast give up for all of you listen I'm going to quit for all of you we were looking at what you guys are doing out there and we said yeah there's got to be one there's got to have a brother in the family to go out and be like that i'm not with this and then he makes the other brothers surround them in the ho so it's a cause let me tell you what happened here in the west just tell them they all didn't jump like that , I was at home in Long Beach watching the news after it delivered the verdict and exploded. first in LA so when I wasn't going to the next county you like the next country I'll give you all the dynamics that come out in LA we're at home watching TV so homie it's like that we need to get in the mix so we got in the car and we drive to LA but as we were driving to LA nothing happens in Long Beach nothing happens in Carson Compton Lynnwood as soon as we get to Inglewood in LA it's fire , since it blew up like damn. this is sticking it in here we're stealing the tv yeah we're charging the cars and then getting everything radios batteries everything so now we have to get back to the house so now when we drive back this shows up. every city we went through at the beginning that wasn't showing up i go to the guys pets my hairdresser and they're stealing motor oil we like to get all kinds of we go to the car we go back to the hood and that's all over the world now but we saw how this goes it spread from Los Angeles to my city in Long Beach, right, so LA started it first, right?
They're the ones you get me that lit the flame and then everyone else started jumping after they started it okay let's be clear let's be clear South Central Los Angeles this is LA oj didn't huh leave me alone bill cosby guilty well oj he didn't do it like you saw the blue collar what's up with tv right now what do you think like our 50 cent dominating i think that's watching this is what they don't understand they have to use that credit to watch hbo every sunday for the night faithfully years and years and years now what's going on with the stars and the power and all that makes a little bit of noise 50 seconds changing because he's doing quality but not just because it's 50 because he's doing quality and not just it's that, but he translated from rapper to movie star so that he would like to make movies with a level or movie stars and they didn't really translate and you like the pastor, you were the pastor season two you don't have a minute yes, because co nfollowed by the green light gang, which means he gave a lot of people you never met a shot and made them into stars like he didn't have to have a bunch of big name people to make his shows what are you getting?
They are people who become stars who become. You know when you've seen ghosts. The ghosts became ghosts. i call them i still call him at the top thanks thats an ozark that means acting and thats so good you cant get that character out of your mind even if its something else you still think thats nice youre probably the bro more famous than we already read You said that we stopped putting a ticker on me no no we already established that no no no we already said that we established that famous but but what is crazy is you on earth like I have never seen you in any place where you were like i closed and just like i just kicked out like you're always standing there and say what's up and that's great for me because in my mind it jumps in my mind for me that's what i'm like wherever someone is tell me something i say i'll say put on but snoop you're snoop dogg i'm just like you that you have to think of it like that the same way you move with that spirit you never let the moment pass you grow bigger than you really are this is who i am everything time, whether it's a Cameroon, no matter what's going on, it's me and I love being me and I'm never going to change from being me, so that's the easiest thing to do. it's me so it's not about turning it on or off this is who i am at all times i love people who love me when you love me you make me love you more because you appreciate the fact that i've done something that affects you.
Did jay send y'all this record man jay-z killed us on that record no matter how this got to him straight that i'm sorry with all of me i see what's going on and i meet the homie then he said yo listen to the white man the one i call to make sure vicky was there these are her words that would make sense to me but i'm watching you and you walking and white people love it when you stop walking it's a ritual it's a tribal thing you know what i get I mean, so they have to allow us to express our inner feelings when we're in that moment what we do is about movement, sound, feel and it's just going back to the roots where I come from my people you know I'm just a representation of my ancestors i'm a spirit that was here before and now it's finally being recognized that's what i think i am i think i'm one of those guys from back in the days no, you're one of those guys who finally i he's being recognized and now he can profess his mission while he's here but let me describe this call dr dre calls him and says i want him to perform for the super bowl how does this work no dr dre calls and says he wants me to do the super bowl i don't know yes i want to do it oh so you say that again dr dre calls and says he wants me to do the super bowl i don't know if i will he said i don't know if i want to do it yes i was confused i didn't want to do it i don't think i don't think i want to do it can't be called me every time they call me but this so called snoopy says he might not brag he wouldn't you didn't convince him no you don't know what it's about one thing you have to know about dr dr He's a in the moment guy so if he don't feel that you have a record that's relevant at the time, then it doesn't feel like it's time, but what's convincing is that your records don't have any moment attached to it. for them it's the moment you feel what i'm saying so convincing them was more or less about what did you say what did you say i'm with you when the dog stands with you your confidence level skyrockets because you know the dog won't take the biggest part of the weight The dog will do fine.
The dog will have no personality. The only thing I suggested was that I said: can we do g? because i felt like g was the cr
owningmoment of who we are despite being a record so old you took your boobs out yeah but i felt like that song. it was the song that got America into hip-hop. I meant for you to understand what I'm saying and boobs, yeah you definitely have to have some. e titties you gotta have the titties there nfgs nice those are nfts before so go ahead then dre calls you i didnt know how this conversation happened dre calls you and says ah we are doing the super bowl in l.a whoa you said because thats the crazy part of the what are you talking about, he doesn't just say, in my mind, drake said because once he said we were doing it, he went from doing the super bowl to now we have to do a commercial to surprise them because we want them to know what they're about to get so now Dre had to think because this was one of the moments where they were like swollen one of the verses and he like man I can't think of this here is what I'm thinking let me do a real quick commercial just so they can stop talking about me in the verses because I want them to be in a commercial real quick but by the time I get to the stage at the Super Bowl there won't be any conversation so the commercial that they have Gary Gray put the cold treatment everything is flying on the paper it looked great as they then shoot it and do it. he looked better in real life then we left him the whole game stuck oh wow oh wow so now him in the next one how will the stage look like what songs are we going to do what will be the moves that are going to happen within the performance so now he's going into full creative mode so that's when we leave him alone let him go be the scientist you are and then when he comes back he'll deploy what he implemented and you have to be on time. ready to go ready to rehearse ready to have it on deck and be flawless he demands i know what i'm saying he doesn't say it but demands that and that's what everyone that was called brings to the table and when I was called I didn't look around me and said who was there and who was not. there he was happy to have been there.
I went to work for how much rehearsal does it take for those 12 minutes because it looks like it's probably going to be intensive for about a month cool wow and that's without a set and then probably with that afterwardswe probably did about three weeks. without the set it was crazy three weeks without the set and then a week with the set but bits and pieces we finally had the whole set at the super bowl like i think a day or two before and then it was show time and this is on middle of a game so it's like the road move fast like home don't even see how fast this goes like when they say halftime poop out there like hurry up and there i need to get that for a song with you it's the spanish record and i never released it which one i have i have blackpool you have a spanish record with me you need to get that out now lemme put that lemme put it in the middle and look how much money we make first ok ok so this is what we're going to do t him it's quick don't go to the bathroom everyone knows mcs when you went to the bathroom there are two options if you choose both you have a drink it's ok if you don't choose anyone you have a drink it's ok so what if? you get up anyway you just care we're just saying i had to try anyway i'm gonna be honest i'm talking to you ice cube dammit he killed them fast.
Biggie Smalls ready to die yeah yeah oh man take a drink cause he waits we just blew our minds. I love when they call me Big Pop. That was it there. when i'm with you she's going through the new york knicks that fucker get a drink get some sound i'm gonna have a drink on that one cause i don't want to pick this my man can we get some rock for both, my man? I can't do that, this is a rock blue uh, wait a minute, wait a minute, yeah, stop snooping, what are you doing? go in your house and put that guy on the song first then red man and method man put on that song then tupac pulled out the pen and daddy gave it to tupac and he took it because first for the method man left method the red man on that yeah you heard first and if you get that script you might have found I'm calling dazz that blue dot damn bloated damn dad hey offend you got the next one I got I don't know I don't have the ready but i have one amg or compton most wanted cmw ok cmw i went to school with them i wrestled them in 8th grade both in the bathroom ok this year big l or biggie big hill didnt have enough he didnt have enough material ok but im going to go to biggie ok fast dj or daddy thats my little cousin but i have to go to fast dj i know daddy will be mad at me but what? it's not ok tupac or nipsey wow have a drink you don't have you don't have to think about it I'm going to think about it I'm going to have another drink mix it up hurry up with these questions weird or bismarcky both Loco and they were both my friends.
I got records with both of them, man, they both take another chance. No. I'm going with the devilish bismarck. this im gonna do right somebody i'd rather do i'd rather do for real imagine kanye doggy style or the chronicle well i had my hands on both okay lemme see i wrote g thing dre day lemme ride this have a drink snow i'm going doggy style i thought i could walk but i couldn't hey we're the chronicle's 30th anniversary this year and next year will be the 30th anniversary of doggystyle jesus jesus that's respect right there my love respect ready no i don't have one i have you have it strata compton o death certificate damn i'm going deaf certified that ice bucket is one of the best and true to the game and here's a picture at a traffic light I'm looking in the mirror to see who can see me south central put ice bucket to the test with four brothers on the west side of ss i took a vacation i think should be a movie or something you're right to do a movie wholesale i went to the ghetto and checked into the motel i'm packing like aga close my 380 but when we stand there they look grim but cant fade south central because breaking the cap is critical to look at each block closely to see which one would score the most yeah this is the one that will definitely break your bones and let's remove these now by cleaning them up to make the casualties still had that break a cap mentality and now they're in a hurry wouldn't you know?
A moving car in Missouri that's yes in Missouri Tale of four going to Missouri taking over the city I have to relax no I know you know what you are actually a silly actor guys tell me when you're on screen you Drugs like you ain't paid cause I ain't paid to fall and you was on the other but for you this is real right here the easy xxl pan or pan or sugar knife dammit give me a chance i love that i love that give me a chance too cause i can't choose nor can you give me one of those give me one of those clear glasses clear glasses he said that he can't choose easy come on come on come on chris come on because as one of my little cousins and he would go back to his neighborhood i'll come back and see him have a hundred that's a little vacation wait a minute okay guys in the hood or men's society i'm going to go with menace uh old dog was an i the old dog all the dog was my bad what did you say about my mama battle cap or scottish torch battle cat doc or mcram d.o.c sour or kush kush outcast in ugk damn take a drink, have a drink, i have to go with the pimp search uh uh, okay, you have to go, I have one, yeah, I don't know, cocaine in the back of the trip, okay, you have me The baker boys or the tech swan king, damn, eric v es tá in the ggl until he played me he and my crew are legends by the way i'm going with the baker boys because i'm going with that latino culture. well cypress hills or lox latin culture you said it don't you know i'm local from brazil crazy on the membrane by the way you want to eat these flowers forever alright crazy boy city oh michael jackson what what are we going last question loyalty or respect love that's the that is the answer that's the answer that's the answer listen we've been doing this for six years and we've been telling people there's no love and respect it's just loyalty it's like me it's just what you just said we really appreciate nope that's me it's just love that's the end goal man cause you could say loyalty you could say respect but how loyal is someone going to be and how much respect will they get you if they don't love you right they both have gaps , yeah, but if you put love and everything that comes with it, dammit, make some noises, so now let's get to what is actually death row and bad boy, let's get it right, actually we do not do it.
I don't have any plans yet, what happened was the big things I'm doing in the metaverse and then the thing with me acquiring death row made my good friend puffy call me and say he'd love to do a collab just for the sake of it. that I'm in control and he's in a peaceful position now and he's always had the bad guy in the peaceful position so this is just a conversation we had it's not thought out yet but I feel like when we do sit down and really cut it and come up with a real game plan, we'll take into consideration the thoughts of everyone, the people who feel like they know he shouldn't be out because of certain lives or losses and those are some of the things that we're doing because we don't want to live anymore To get lost, we don't want more people to feel like they have to feel some way when they hear those two names.
They should feel that they know how they feel when they listen to the music. They come from those two names. when you think about bad boy music and professional death music it makes you feel good so if you have two bad boy personas and two death row personas that could really work why not let the four come together and make it happen and if I have two of them that can make it work then it will happen because we tried this before and it didn't work but now you have puffy and snow can you tell us we tried this before and puffy was alive?
I think they tried to have a conversation and it never came out either way that's crazy that was people trying to make it go away before it got that far you gotta know wow about them getting together yeah about at least having a conversation to understand something and it was not like that it was never like that now there are only two people in the equation me and I blow and there is no one to stop us that's fine true that's fine and you know what they drink champions they heard it first we will be here to support that to make sure what's wrong bro no no it's not it's not I'm not even going to say it's something I think it's more in the spirit of changing the narrative than you thought it was you know I wanted to be about the music and the way you feel when you hear the music coming out two marks if i play bad boy music right now on death row music right now everyone will feel somehow that it's fire and this is not the metaverse or nfts or what is it exactly they're still working on that stuff on that side of the world you're doing this stuff in sandbox right sandbox is one of the components that i do you're you're not exclusive with that nobody exclusive but snoop dogg that's the only person i can control jesus and he ain't gonna show me love no so im out there give me love bill snoop i ain't gonna lie snoop we love you bro i love you too man i love you all for showing up and showing up like in something real i know that they don't move like that they usually have people stop by and y'all just so you know it's related to what you do so you can get on the plane to come see me to come see mikasa because mikasa sukasana we appreciate it you understand what what i say so it's a love thing now y'all know every time they land in LA they're seven minutes from lax they have a place they can come relax lay back and roll something smoke something drink something order some food I might want to record a song or something I don't know what you want I don't even want I don't know if I want to record a song you might want to roll some dice like my little friends I like that I like that hey man You might not be able to go to Disneyland, but your show can go to the doggie man.
That is the bathroom downstairs w when he was building this building. I was thinking right. the rapper the businessman and the friends who come to town who don't want to go to hollywood who don't want to go through it all they want to be able to go somewhere they can jump out of a plane set buy yeah relax they know what I mean, if they have a hotel room close by or not, but you choose Inglewood, it's a little different, they want to choose me, that's what I mean, they love me. like i love them like when you get into a community and you start doing things you start making things happen and you start pointing kids and you give them this at the end of the block on the right max 10 mi so I've I've been a part of inglewood before I was in inglewood but now to be physically here to do things where I give back and find opportunities and find ways to make sure that I'm linking the kids and the future to the jobs not just taking care of to older friends but also to younger ones, those in high school or even a couple of us have a girl with special needs that works in our store that we give her the opportunity to help all kinds of people as well that it's not just that we're trying to go into a neighborhood and identify the gang members, but we're trying to identify the people who want to change the community and sometimes those gang members want to change, they just need to itan a chance absolutely jesus he killed that i have nothing more to say oh yeah let me say this in long beach we are trying to get something. peace in my city too so we're doing some things in my neighborhood where we're trying to create peace and opportunities for my little friends to stop killing each other and I'm trying to show them this metaverse nft place where they can find ways to do things finances because normally when you tell your friends to stop killing each other they can do that but then when you get away then it's like the question is how do we make money we stop killing each other but you don't want us to sell dope you don't want that we do nothing negative what can you bring what could you provide so this nft space metaverse is so new i want to be able to give some of my friends who don't want to kill the chance anymore to try to be businessmen thank you still thank you thank you snoop thanks bro i appreciate everyone drinking champions in the house yeah we got you we got you throw hell that's in it that's in it with this how you're controlling death row tell everyone how yes well the first thing I did was snatch all the music from those platforms traditionally known to people because those platforms don't pay and those platforms get millions and millions and millions of views and no one is it pays him more than record labels so what i want to do is take away my music and create a platform that is similar to amazon netflix hulu it'll be death row a pp and then the music in the meantime will live in the sorry to stop you sorry but you're saying you stopped people from taking it off the stream go to spotify right now and look up therefore music see how much it can find we don't believe you sir we don't play it's called power it's called control it's like he didn't see me saying he took oh i did it on purpose because when he comes backhe owns everything, everything he controls and now when they finally decide to put some respect on their transmissions because no one here can tell you what a correct transmission has, it's a fraction of a penny, it's a third of a penny, so you get 100 million streams and you don't make a million dollars, what's that? but you want me to keep giving you my music, but someone is making money to name me and I can't, I can't afford to keep doing that and I want to create. an avenue where I can show people how to not always have to go through the slave trade but create our own own trade well we are engaging with our own fans who buy our music ie make money from music and then make us money from the music you know by being traded and sold, and now what I'll do next is me.
I'm putting together an instructable on how to enter the metaverse, I'm only going to distribute it to about 200,000 people and sell it for 10, so anyone who wants to enter and wants to learn, it's only going to be exclusive to two hundred. thousand people for ten bucks we'll let you come get a hotline on how to get in and how to sign up and how to get in there and we'll give you a token along the way so when you get in you don't walk in with nothing in your bank account that's great it's not going to last new that was probably the worst thing we've ever heard from drinking champions this is this is real talk so that's what you're saying is that i got it nora is mine now so what i didn't want to do i didn't want to get world kill records and make it what i was right when you hear snoop dogg got world kill records you naturally feel like west coast hip hop gangsta blah blah blah you don't think executive moves You don't think about 100 million dollar businesses, you don't exactly think about yourself. don't think about futuristic thinking and try to think about where we are now making this brand what it's supposed to be for many years i bought other people's brand the guy helped mark instagram i'm the first celebrity on instagram and they brag about that, they're not soulja boy, they're not snoop dogg, they do symposiums where they have their talks about how their company became a billion dollar company, so the ceo will have a little piece on his head. small company and then there's this celebrity that you know came onto our page and started mining it and then we became a hundred billion dollar company which, as you know, that celebrity is Snoop Dogg and everyone in the crowd cheered and that It was what made me see that it's okay even what I do for corona you know what I say when you see me in those corona commercials and we're going well this is this is like this is a real thing commercials for corona right so it's like i could bookmark this every day you don't think i can bookmark something i helped build for real this is more believable than that i don't even drink i live this though this death row alive that's why if you look now there's so much people on death row you see it everywhere now no but let me ask how come someone even approached you with the concept of death row no one ever approached you i am the one to initiate contact about what they weren't trying to sell it they would hold on to it and let everyone die and get paid forever so what happened? contacted the guys that had it and once we told the guy that had it one of the guys that had it was a fan of snoop dogg so someone naturally said hey i just want my teachers back be like him i don't have a problem with that i want you to back me up this is what it cost dammit i was like no problem i don't need a bad are you stinking me yeah like i said i don't need that now i need this now because this is what i can make sure i can do something new to appease until i get it right and that's what i did on death row so first record i dropped your new album in the traffic jam death, not on death row, don't pick it up, don't go, it's called the beat. it's called b-o-d-r it's called back on death row so i was putting that in everyone's face before the super bowl then the super bowl came boom it dropped the album the next day in the metaverse it made 21 million the first day, oh yeah, in the real one. ok but in the real world it streamed like 9 million here, 7 million here and only got like 34K downloads which just added up to next to nothing so how do you feel?
How do you think I feel about traditional? no I'm saying they had to wait it's a situation where we get them they know they buy a certain piece in the element and they get this that that and that but that's how the system works here so while we're done here you know training the mind in i need a video i need radio i need this i need all these broadcasts and they don't add up to money i don't have broadcasts there are no videos none of that there is no radio none of that in the major version i just told you how many millions he made without any of that, so now when i drop the record y'all like vodr what does that mean so i tell her on death row oh i know why you caught him on death row cause you're back on death row nah that's not why i called him i don't think he's back because i own death row try that please why do you still love this game?
I say so this is what we did for each other you know what I mean this is my life this is my calling as one thing I can say like when you think of rock and roll music the Rolling Stones do it all. like a but you don't put age on them you put the fact that they're classic they still do and they get down and they give you the best you've seen since you last saw them we gotta get that in your head that we have no limit of time for greatness if we're going to be great we might as well be great while we're here i had a chance to have a conversation with james brown for three hours conversation with james brown and some things he told me that stay in my life now that make me more strong then i had a chat with muhammad ali when i could talk so i didnt have a chat with some of the greats and i understand the point of being in the game its not a game the game is g-a-m-e general amount of money ok thats the game come on he can you don't even talk about what it does ya say wrap it up designs just say take this some options i'll be honest let's take some pictures oh you got your lunch come on babylon you
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