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So annoying. I am very surprised Bun let himself be involved with this mess. I threw it out of the car window. Welcome To Texas - Bun B 2. Rapid Ric Intro 3. Screw Dat - NAC 7. Chamillionaire Cosigns 9. The Game Cosigns Bun Interlude In These Streets - S. True Hustla Flow - Gritboys Motivation - TI TI Cosigns I was in the video he shot with Conway so we was down there putting shit together, working.
I admire Freddie. That's my boy. I'm definitely excited for that. Just touching on what we were talking about earlier, especially that you guys are in your 30s.
Was there any point that you doubted the Griselda sound being able to reach a wide enough audience? You asking me, like, if there was a point in time that I doubted the sound?
It's still alive but it isn't as prominent as the trap production or the drill production. So basically, we was young, man. We was influenced by the music around us and the songs we took in.
But I had conversations like this with people. I can trap rap, I can do all of that shit. People would be surprised to hear some shit. I'm not singing no autotune or some crazy shit like that. I know how to DJ Drama & Big Boi - Gangsta Grillz X (CDr) over a trap beat. I realized that I'm way better over other beats. So you gotta go with your strong point.
That makes the most sense. So, it's not always about what's the most popular, it's always about what makes the most sense. And rapping this way, that I know I'm better at, it makes the most sense. And I did it.
It's been three years and this is where I'm at. Nah definitely. Nah, you don't gotta conform to do that. You could just be you and find your chance and blow up. Music is like -- people have taste palettes of music. The same people that listen to fucking Justin Bieberwill fucking probably listen to fucking Prince or listen to Griselda.
You gotta trust and believe that. Make sure if you record, that it's quality and good and get it out there to them. Just like on that point of quality, you guys are also known for your prolific output. How do you balance having a quantity of music on deck while still maintaining a high level of sonic quality? That's hard. I think that, and people say this all the time but it's true.
The way people consume music is different. People wanna hear new shit. Like right now, my favorite artist. I love hearing some new Jay-Z. Some new fuckin Fab. I know they got other shit out right now, they probably just dropped a video last week. I know I understand that but shit, it's better than some new shit and that's how people feel right now.
You used to have to go get the music. Now it's right in your phone, you just gotta press a couple buttons. So when you used to have to literally go to a place to find music and pick it up and bring it back and listen to it.
That time was different, you know what I'm saying? But now the music is right in the phone, you know what I mean, so it's different. This week actually marks the 25th anniversary of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. Could you talk to me about that album and its impact on you? Man, the first time I listened to that album I was on Montana and the older dudes was listening to it and I was hearing it. It just sounded crazy. It sounded different. It sounded addictive. You know the beats that was on it.
It sounded addictive and that type of music used to pull us in back in the 90s. You know, that was that shit. You can still pop that in and listen to that today. So, congratulations to Rae for that. Do you find that that album kind of shaped in a way, not necessarily rap but your artistic approach to making music? But I think people kind of think that. I am them. I wanted to touch on your relationship with Jay-Z really quickly.
Can you just tell me about that experience? Man, it was crazy, man. Honestly man, actually Hip Hop. He was vibing to it. Okay but that's crazy though.
So, yeah thats dope. So when you get that Jay-Z co-sign, did that like let you know that you were about to strike gold? I knew people were gonna look at me a different way. You know, shit come with that. So, when you do business with a person like that, obvious shit come with that. I knew that was gonna happen. I was ready for it and looking forward to it.
There was some controversy last month on Twitter surrounding your involvement in the DaBlock mixtape series. I was wondering if you would just clear the air on that situation regarding your involvement? And I put out a series of mixtapes for artists to get on.
I heard they was talking about it at the Joe Budden Podcast, too. To do anything you wanna do, you gotta invest in yourself. It's not for everybody. It's not. We do business with people and people are happy and thankful that I do that for them. So if it's not for you, it's not for you. And, just the simple fact that this is HotNewHipHop. We having an interview and you brought that up. So just for the fact that they bring it up on the Joe Budden Podcast, they bring it up on HotNewHipHop, DJ Drama & Big Boi - Gangsta Grillz X (CDr), it's worth the money just for that, if you ask me.
Give them a spin because people will listen to a clip if they hear my name on it. Have you found any artists like through this series that you want on the BSF team? I did the competition when I did a thing called Verse. I just did an interview telling him I wanted to sign him. It's top secret. So, this is what I speculate. Am I on the right track with my assumption that it could be either one of them?
I just wanna say everybody stay safe, you know. Keep sanitizing. Keep masked. Take care of your loved ones. Check on them. It's a classic. We worked hard on that. Shout out to everybody who helped me bring the album to life. You know, BSF. By Aron A. This interview has been edited for clarity. How are you doing, bro? Image via the artist Gangsta Grillz is a legendary mixtape series. That was, like Was that your last stint? How was Miami? I saw you guys were shooting the video out there.
I know DJ Drama & Big Boi - Gangsta Grillz X (CDr) said Raekwon is a mentor of sorts. Image provided by the artist Have you found any artists like through this series that you want on the BSF team? You might be. You gotta wait and see. Sign in with. Thanks for sharing!
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