Young Chop Explains Issues With Kanye West

Young Chop

After calling out Kanye West for exploiting artists for his own benefit, producer Young Chop further explains his gripes with Ye ... in a new interview.

While speaking with WatchLoud, Chop explains why he feels Kanye is a user.

"He's a fucking user, because if you so big on Chicago music right now, you would sign these guys," he says. "Because you got a label deal, I don't have a label deal. I can't sign nobody. I cannot help them. You have the power to help these people. You been in it for a long time. You can come and really build a f*cking label. You can build your G.O.O.D. Music label there!

"I'm not saying sign every last person that's in Chicago, but n*gga you had the chance to sign Chief Keef. He didn't even have a deal at the time! You missed out, like... what the f*ck?"

He goes on to explain how Ye took Chief Keef's "Don't Like" and remixed it for the G.O.O.D. Music compilation, Cruel Summer, without really telling him or Keef.

"They remixed it. I gave him the MP3," explained Chop. "I'm still trying to figure out how the f*ck did [Keef] not know his song was on a n*gga album! The beat sounded different a little bit, but that was a sample they added in there. I'm not finna keep talking about this motherf*cking song, this was years ago, but it was fishy anyway."

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