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.”
Read the full interview, over at WatchLoud.com.