Episode 348

May 23, 2024


Nasty Nate’s out the Gate

Nasty Nate’s out the Gate
BTG For President
Nasty Nate’s out the Gate

May 23 2024 | 00:58:03


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BTG For President Episode #348

I hopped on Greggys TikTok live and had the pleasure of speaking with Lady Cee. We talked about Diddy and more. What do we do with Diddy's catalog and the music he helped produce? Is it different because he’s a producer and not an artist?

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[00:00:04] Speaker A: Somebody needs to do a song for LA. [00:00:13] Speaker B: Hello, my name is Elaine, and I'll. [00:00:16] Speaker C: Be your tour guide through south central Los Angeles. Look, count my nose. [00:00:20] Speaker A: Smoke up. [00:00:20] Speaker C: I'm from California. [00:00:22] Speaker A: Where you from? So what? [00:00:24] Speaker C: I'm from California. California. California. California. [00:00:29] Speaker A: This is Los Angeles. Where are we going? [00:00:33] Speaker C: Hold on. [00:00:34] Speaker A: Well, no, no, no. I mean, I understand y'all gave me the topic, but the young lady by the name of lady C. Yeah, all right, lady C. She. I guess prior to me joining this live, they were talking about the nasty Nate's awards, which belongs to the nominees. And I'm assuming Diddy is a part of this, right? [00:00:57] Speaker B: Oh, yeah. We have R. Kelly. We have Diddy. We have Jay Z. [00:01:01] Speaker A: Okay, let's explain. I need to explain. I need you to explain why Jay Z is a part of this. [00:01:10] Speaker B: Oh, Jay Z. Oh, he is the silent. How do I call it? Describe him. He is the silent killer. [00:01:17] Speaker A: The silent killer. [00:01:18] Speaker B: He is the smartest of it all. He's the smartest out of all three of them. He moves in silence like you hear him. He say it in his songs. Killers move in silence. Let me show you how to move in a room full of vultures. Okay? Like, remember these key things, you know, and also by his actions, you know, Jay Z, he's been in industry for, like, ever, you know? But he always comes out and escaped. And people don't talk about the things he's done in the past. Like, he stabbed his. I think he stabbed, like, the vice president back in the day for leaking his record. Like, and then he got off and made a whole song with. Was it with r. Kelly about how he got off? [00:02:13] Speaker A: Okay, so look, the action itself is debatable, but doing a record with R. Kelly about it, that's gonna make you look bad. Okay, leaking records is a bad thing in general, okay? But I don't think anybody should get stabbed over it at the same time, you know what I mean? That could mess up some type of money flow. We could remember years ago, not too long ago, that the famous pusha t prevented a huge rollout that Drake was gonna have with adidas. That messed up a lot of things. Now that had a lot of money behind it, that had a lot of press behind it that you can get stabbed over. You know what I mean? So I'm not saying that I'm for the violence, but I can say I understand it now. Going and bragging about it next to R. Kelly, that's not gonna help. Yeah, that's not gonna help at all, right? I've been hearing a lot of people, as of lately, bring up Jay Z name. Not in the same regards of what you're talking about, but more so of basically. Why haven't you said anything, though? [00:03:38] Speaker C: Yeah. Well, do you want my conspiracy? [00:03:40] Speaker B: Do tell. [00:03:41] Speaker A: Oh, here we go. [00:03:43] Speaker C: All right, here we go. That's gonna be crazy. So my personal conspiracy is this, and I'll talk about the fallen outs, and I'll explain the rationale behind it. Right. So, first and foremost, with Aaliyah, God rest a woman's soul, I think the conspiracy is she was the reasoning for the Rockefeller breaker as well as the breakup. Well, the falling out between R. Kelly and Jay. And the reason why I say this is because there are photos of her at clubbed. We were talking about that earlier of her clubbed, and she's laying in the bed. Right. Somebody even go to an even further extent to say, with the untimely demise of Aaliyah or without the untimely demise of her, Beyonce's career ain't the same way. Yeah, there've been a lot of people said that, and it's not Beyonce's fault by any stretch of your imagination, whether we're saying that, you know, what? Like, would she be who she is without that? You think 2001, like, Beyonce still with, you know, destiny's child, all those things, and blah, blah, blah, blah. And she still had a. She would still have a great career. Right. But it just seems like with Jay having those photos, it's like, wait a minute. Like, that's weird. Like, yeah, wasn't she with dame around the same time? It's like, no, like, this is what it was alleged that she was. The rift between, you know, and between Kelly and Jay, best of both worlds, comes out and stuff like that. Next thing you know, you. You know, you laying at club bed, hanging out with the bros and all of them, like Diddy and JLo and all them, right? And I was like, that's kind of weird because I ain't got the wrong time. That, like, j Lo told the police that, you know, she was allegedly white, so she can get out of that, you know, that situation in the car. This is a lot of shit that it's like people, I don't want to say they developed amnesia about, but people were talking about that shit. They were. I don't remember. I don't know if y'all remember this, but when message boards were still a thing and forums used to be a thing, the ongoing joke, my space. And, yes, the ongoing joke was, oh, y'all remember when JL jumped out of the car and the reason why she didn't get arrested was because she told the police she was a white woman. [00:06:00] Speaker B: I forgot about that. I forgot about that. I. [00:06:04] Speaker A: She was ahead of her time. Everybody identifies as something different now, right? Yeah. [00:06:08] Speaker C: I mean, hey, she's a headache to Ben Affleck now. And everybody's trying to tell her, it's like, bro, like, there's no reason why everybody that you, you know, you court or court you or decides to put a ring on your finger all of a sudden, you know, lessening out. [00:06:22] Speaker A: Big Ben said he up out of there, bro. [00:06:25] Speaker C: He is literally the meme of him standing outside with a cigarette. [00:06:31] Speaker B: Out. Been through it. [00:06:35] Speaker A: So what happened? So, so what? I mean, we already know. We seen the end of results with R. Kelly. We know the ending already. Yeah, pretty much, yeah. When it comes to Jay, until there's any type of allegations, that's. And I'm talking about just allegations at this point, then it's like, then that's just us picking. That's just us picking at the monster right now. But what we do have is hardcore facts that drop today that goes against Diddy. [00:07:04] Speaker C: Where. [00:07:05] Speaker A: Yes, where does this put him? What happens? Does this change? Does. We've seen within the past couple of weeks how two of the biggest artists in the hip hop game has changed the culture of hip hop, so to speak. [00:07:20] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:07:21] Speaker C: I'll say this. I'll say this real quick. 50 cent hasn't lied yet, right? [00:07:31] Speaker A: He hasn't. He hasn't. It just sometimes is hard for us to believe everything because of how petty he is and how much he jokes around. So again, I don't. I don't know if everything he says is actually true or if he's. If he's just joking around sometimes. [00:07:47] Speaker B: Nice. [00:07:48] Speaker C: It's not what he's saying. It's what he's not saying. [00:07:51] Speaker B: It's. Yeah. You know, how did he never says anything about 50. He'll never comment about anything he says. But when cindy be bringing up those points, like with drink, drink champ. Remember when fabulous and all of them. This is like early episodes of drink Champ. And it was fabulous. And puffy and a couple other people, he was talking about taking him out shopping. So why you don't party with me? Why you don't party with me? No more? [00:08:20] Speaker A: Little aggressive. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Very uncomfortable. Very uncomfortable. [00:08:26] Speaker B: He was. Yeah, that was wild. [00:08:28] Speaker A: But okay. But here's the thing, though, is prior to this and shout out to Denny. Denny was like, for people like himself. He didn't need to see the footage to believe what really happened. [00:08:40] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:08:40] Speaker A: And I. And. But he was saying as if nobody needed to see it. I disagreed. I think people that was in support of Diddy and who was trying to hold on to Diddy's legacy needed to see that. [00:08:54] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:08:54] Speaker A: Cause now we don't have to sit up there and throw our emotional opinions at each other. Now we've seen the facts. [00:09:03] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:09:04] Speaker A: So I don't. I said this. I don't want to project. I don't like to project things onto people. But that happened in what it seems to be the daytime with cameras around in a hallway, so to speak. Just imagine in his own house, you know, behind closed doors. You know what I mean? So, yeah. [00:09:30] Speaker B: Remember that footage of her on the floor? And he was, like, yelling at her. [00:09:35] Speaker A: And yelling at her, and she just. [00:09:38] Speaker B: Curled up in a ball, like, you know, I remember, like, at a time when I was watching that and I was like, was that. I didn't know what to think about at the time. Like, yo, this is. This don't look good. Like, she's not laughing. [00:09:52] Speaker A: Yeah, yeah. She cut her hair off and everything. [00:09:56] Speaker C: Yeah. Like, remind me. The story behind it was people were saying the reason why did he. I'm sorry. Well, Diddy, I guess they went to, like, a fashion show or some shit like that, and he saw somebody else go. And I guess he saw a woman who had her hair, like, half shaved. And then he was like, he wanted cassie to do the exact same thing, which is like, you know what? Like, I can. I can see that. But ultimately, I think my personal issue, not with Diddy, but more so the circumstance is the fact that. Why now? Right. Like, I'm always asking, why now? Because people been talking about this shit for 20 plus years. [00:10:31] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:10:32] Speaker C: And it's like, you know, it that leads credence to the whole Jay Z situation. And again, I keep going back to 50 cent, and it's not what he says, what he doesn't say. When the diddy thing happened with, you know, his house being rated and stuff like that, 50 cent said, oh, where are you at, Jay? I don't know if people remember. That was a comment that he had made. He directed himself to Jay Z. Oh. Like that was a thing. Like, okay, you going in. You're letting it be known. It's like. It's a deflection thing. It's not what you see is what you. You know, it's tangibly like what you're not seeing. And I've I've just seen way too many instances now where it's like, okay, people are saying that it's a ladder system. It's like, okay, if you get rid of all of the people who are doing the same or better than you, if you get rid of them, then they're done. And then you move on up. [00:11:21] Speaker A: Like you think you can move, but you can move on up. Well, what are you moving up for? Well, what do you, what do you gain from that? [00:11:30] Speaker C: If you 50, who has the most to gain from these people no longer being a part of thing? [00:11:37] Speaker A: I don't think it's 50. 50 separated itself a long time ago when he, when he stuck his toe into producing and directing. So is. I don't, I don't think. I don't think there's anything else for him to accomplish. I mean, unless, again, unless we're just sticking to the petty side, then I totally understand. But business wise, I wouldn't say that he's struggling against them two at all. No, but he's the only one. He's the only one that's entertaining us outside of those. Outside of those two. [00:12:07] Speaker B: Yeah. He's like the celebrity bully. [00:12:10] Speaker C: Yes. Fifty's going at the, now, I don't say low hanging fruit. He's going for the venues and the task, so to speak, that Jay ain't going for. While Jay is trying to do halftime shows at the Super Bowl, 50 is trying to sign partnerships with ABC and stars. Like it's two completely different ball games. Right. And Jay isn't saying, you know what I want to do. [00:12:31] Speaker B: I want to. [00:12:33] Speaker C: I think 50 knows his lane and he knows where his bread is buttered now. That's why when, and this is my personal take on it, I thought that 50 was going to be the silent person to go and purchase revolt when Diddy sold all of his shares. [00:12:47] Speaker B: Yeah, that would have been crazy if he did that. [00:12:50] Speaker C: Like, if he would have done that, like, you imagine what he would have gotten if he got revolt. Now, there's not a lot of shows on revolt, but if you move power from stars, which is what he's been trying to do, that's why, I guess they canceled raising Canaan, right? [00:13:03] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:13:04] Speaker C: Him moving power to his own network and, you know, effectively charging people is the same thing he would have done or the same thing he did do with Vitamin War, which is make tangible money and have those resources. He is. To me, he's no longer 50 cent, the rapper. He's like, alipary Junior. He's like, all right. I know where I can go and make this money and make it, you know, for more than 20 years, when Jay retires and stuff like that. Like, now, like, Jay's. I don't think he's retired, but he's more so focused on philanthropy and NFL focus on Beyonce. [00:13:39] Speaker B: He's focused on how to make her. Make her more money. [00:13:42] Speaker C: That's a fact. [00:13:43] Speaker B: Yeah. Because, I mean, not for nothing, I'd be pissed off I was Beyonce. Like, how Rihanna gonna be a billionaire for me? Like, I'll be sick. Anyway. Go ahead. [00:13:53] Speaker C: Yeah. I'm still trying to figure out who becky with the good hair is. [00:13:57] Speaker B: Man, that's. That's about 5011 of them. Okay. He out there? Okay. [00:14:03] Speaker C: I thought it was Rosario Dawson, but, you know, I was wrong. Clearly. [00:14:07] Speaker B: It's more than numb. [00:14:09] Speaker A: It's not a bad pig. [00:14:11] Speaker C: Yeah, she's not a bad pick. [00:14:13] Speaker A: Not a bad pig. [00:14:15] Speaker C: It feels like a lot. A lot of our favorites are being canceled, even though the operative term for me is nobody gets canceled. Right? [00:14:22] Speaker A: I get. But again, and I'm not sticking up at Jay. Jay showed his hand when we was in, I guess, the debate about whether we should still kneel or stand. He already. He already took sides on that. I'm not even tripping about. [00:14:39] Speaker B: I'm not even sure CEO is a federal informant. Okay, remember his CEO was the. Graciela's was a close friend, and she sold her out. [00:14:49] Speaker C: Mm hmm. [00:14:50] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:14:51] Speaker C: So, Bailey, here's a question for you. I noticed your show, but there's a question for you. Why are people like Jaguar Wright still around? Ooh. [00:15:01] Speaker A: I have no idea, bro. I don't know how it works. I mean, look, we've been talking about conspiracies since we were young, before 911. You know what I mean? We've been hearing about conspiracies and stuff like that before we even knew what a conspiracy was. [00:15:16] Speaker B: So. [00:15:17] Speaker A: I don't know. I have no idea. I don't know if these stories are true or not, if there's just smoke. [00:15:23] Speaker B: I think because they think she's crazy and that the feedback has been more negative because she just comes across unstable and not trustworthy. I think that's why nobody's really f. On her. [00:15:36] Speaker A: But now I think. I think the person who started all this shit this year showed people a different side of crazy, which means you could be crazy and just say some outrageous stuff that has no evidence behind it, and you can be crazy as far as telling your truth. That is the truth. So when we bring up Kat Williams, I think it's just a matter of him showing y'all that these entertainers and these athletes are just as human as everybody else, and they got some skeletons in their closet, and one way or the other, whatever happens in the dark is going to come to the light. So I don't necessarily think that she's just, you know, crazy without any type of evidence. [00:16:18] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:16:19] Speaker A: It's just that she goes out of her. It goes. She goes out of her way to be heard and wants to say certain things about certain people. And it's like, me, with me, I'm just. Just let it happen. I'm not saying I believe her or I don't believe her. I just want to see her. [00:16:32] Speaker B: Yeah, but Greg was asking, why is she still around? Right? Like, why? [00:16:37] Speaker A: I think majority people think that she's crazy without the evidence. They just think she's nice. [00:16:41] Speaker B: Exactly. [00:16:42] Speaker A: So they want to let. They're going to let her go out there and do her thing, and she's going to be looked at as she doesn't know what she's talking about. [00:16:49] Speaker B: Right, exactly. And that's why she's living right now. But now the tables may turn because look what happened to Diddy now. It's like, holy crap, we gotta listen to this woman more. She's on point about what we all thought she was bugging about. [00:17:10] Speaker C: Yep. [00:17:11] Speaker B: So it's. It's just like, I don't know. It's a year of the truth. It just, for me, like, being a fan of, like, these celebrities and just watching the downfall, like, honestly, it makes me hate social media, and it makes me hate, like, I just remember the days where we just didn't know nothing about nobody, and we just heard about it on a tabloid. [00:17:35] Speaker A: You gotta ask yourself, is that a good or a bad thing? [00:17:38] Speaker B: I don't know. I don't know. [00:17:41] Speaker C: Because what you saying? [00:17:43] Speaker B: Yeah, go ahead. [00:17:44] Speaker A: No, I was gonna say, I'm sorry to cut you off, but I was gonna say what you're basically saying is ignorance is bliss. [00:17:49] Speaker B: I think so. Because it's disappointing. I think it's just disappointing because at one point, we all supported them. We all supported them. If listen to their music, you know, buy by that music, going to concerts, we have been supporting this habitual behavior. So it's like we contributed to these types of behaviors, putting these celebrities up on a pedestal. And it's, you know, that's why I'm like, damn. [00:18:15] Speaker A: Like, is it with it with, are you emotionally attached to their music like that? Would it be difficult for you to get rid of certain people. Music? [00:18:23] Speaker C: Yes. [00:18:24] Speaker A: Who would that be? [00:18:26] Speaker C: No, there are certain people. I honestly, I can't not listen to their music because of the fact that if I listen to. If I stop listening to their music in their catalog, I have to start. I had to stop listening to a lot of people. Like, if I stop listening to R. Kelly, I can't listen to aaliyah. He produced half her shit. [00:18:42] Speaker A: So you can't separate the music from the monster? [00:18:45] Speaker C: No, we were talking about that earlier. The reason why I can't separate the artists from their artistry is because, like, that. [00:18:52] Speaker A: So you don't listen to Aaliyah? [00:18:55] Speaker C: No, like, I listen to Aaliyah, but I still have to compartmentalize the fact that Robert actually wrote some of the biggest shit that she's done. [00:19:04] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:19:04] Speaker A: So I'm saying. So which one is it? Are you able to separate or not? [00:19:09] Speaker C: No, I can't separate it. [00:19:14] Speaker B: I think. I don't know. I'm indifferent. I was excited to hear Aaliyah's music on iTunes. I was like, oh, snap. They got my revolution. They got some, you know, like, I rock with those songs. Like, that brings me back to high school, you know? So I don't think about, like, honestly, it's like, AJ. Nothing but number. I don't really bump that. But, like, it reminds me of, like, what happened to her, you know? So can I separate the two? I don't know. Like, music is. So music is connection, you know? I think you have to separate. You got to get the message of what's being written or sung about. You got to separate the two because the intention could be different from the. You know, like, the person. Like, you know how. You know, you hear certain things. Like, let's talk about Candace Owens real quick. One thing she said that was, like, kind of, like, on point. Something she said that was on point. It was like, damn. Ah, you're so on point, Candace. But damn, why. Why come from you? You know? Like, so that's. That's where my. That's where I am with it. Like, I can. I could separate the two, but I guess I can't. Like, you can't really forget the action. Like, you can't forget the context of it, but you can appreciate the beauty of what that was produced. I don't know if that makes sense. [00:21:00] Speaker A: All right, well, so how does this situation, Diddy's situation, affect the history? Cause, I mean, he's written all over bad boy. So does that affect all of the music? [00:21:16] Speaker B: It rips it apart. It rips it apart. It tears it apart. Like, hip hop is now being viewed completely different because of this instance. Now hip hop is looked at as the most grimiest scumbagish. Like, people ain't shit. Like industry. It was just literally, like, did all these men lay on their backs to get to where they are? Like, now, I think every artist is gay or peto or. Or do. Like, honestly, that's just my opinion now. I think, like, oh, my gosh, what do they do to get to their position? I'm. I'm talking about everybody. I'm talking about Kendrick, I'm talking about Drake. I'm talking about Meek. What do they do? [00:21:59] Speaker C: Exactly. [00:22:01] Speaker B: What do they have to do to get to where they are? [00:22:05] Speaker C: And, you know. You know what's so funny about that? Somebody has said to me on the app that I no longer get on about, like, people, like, celebrities. In order to become famous or in order to become who you are, you have to walk through one of those doors, and it's like, okay, there's. I guess the alleged. Or the allegation is you're going through multiple different doors. Or you have the option to go through one of three or four doors, right? And they tell you, hey, you can go through that door. You can go through this door. You can go through that door. And there's a consequence to each door. And every celebrity takes that. You know, not the same door, but they take a different door. So you start seeing now, like, the people, like cat Williams. Jaguar. And what's buddy from Nashville? Raven. I forgot what his name was. [00:22:52] Speaker B: Orlando Brown. [00:22:55] Speaker C: Yeah. They talk about the doors that these celebrities think. Like, I still haven't forgiven Meek Mill for being poolside with fries in his life. Like, I. [00:23:06] Speaker B: Yeah, like, he had a rough night. And that video that, on that sound bite that came out, they said that came from. Was the one who sent that sound bite out about meek and diddy. [00:23:19] Speaker C: Exactly. [00:23:20] Speaker B: And I heard. I heard a couple times, I'm like, that sound. Like, I said, yeah, that sound like daddy. [00:23:26] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:23:30] Speaker C: I just like, when I see, like. And this is going back to your point, Baylor, about, like, how do we feel about bad boy? I've always thought that everybody who assigned a bad boy was an opportunist, right? Like, they knew what they were getting into because of the history of bad boy. Like, I think even people like Janelle Monae, when I think of mates, I'm like, wait a minute. You knew Diddy was a piece of shit and you still went back like, shit like that. Like, faith, like. Like, she went back three times. That's crazy. 112 went back. The only person I know that actually, no young jock went back too. So that's a fucking. [00:24:08] Speaker B: Did you hear about what happened with. Oh, my goodness. With 112? They did, like, this humiliation type of. Yeah. And how, like, these men were grown men. They were crying, like, mm hmm. Yeah, that. Oh, my gosh. [00:24:30] Speaker C: It's just crazy. Like, we look at the bad boy label, for example, right? Like, people fail to believe that, like, jeezy actually be signed a bad boy at a point. And, you know, with boys in the hoodie, he was signed to them. Elephant man. Like, if we ran down a list of people who would sign a bad boy, it would surprise a lot of people. When Craig Mack, God rest his soul, when he passed away and stuff like that, all of a sudden, he gets his catalog back. He's gone, bro. Like, why give it to him now? Um, you know, mates, you know, he. He's now. Now that they did the bad boy forever tour or whatever, right? Remember they did that world tour during the pandemic? [00:25:08] Speaker B: Yeah, I went to that. Yeah. [00:25:10] Speaker C: And while I love bad boy artists and stuff like that, also know, I'm like, y'all be the main ones complaining about a check. But then y'all go right back to Diddy for the check. And all of a sudden, ironically, now that all this is coming out, I was like, wait a minute. Actually, let me back up a little bit. Right before all these allegations of diddy and stuff come out. Right before that, he gives everybody their masters back because they have no fucking value. [00:25:33] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:25:34] Speaker C: That's why when I see people like Wayne say, you know what? I'm gonna sell my masters. Justin Bieber selling this masters. Prince having a master soldier say, okay, there's more. They know that there's no real value to come because of streaming services and stuff, so they might as well sell at the highest dollar now. [00:25:48] Speaker A: That's on us, though. That's on us, though. That's because of what? Because what we just did for Kendrick. [00:25:56] Speaker B: What you mean? [00:25:58] Speaker A: Everybody went to his back catalog? Everybody, right. [00:26:03] Speaker C: I can see that. [00:26:04] Speaker A: So that's on. That's on hip. That's on it. That's only hip hop fans. We could save the catalogs. We just choose not to. But they are. They are correct for doing what they do, and they got ahead of the game. They didn't think. Nobody thought this would happen. But what I'm saying is this did happen. It's possible. You know what I'm saying? Like, he, you know, some of his albums are back into the top. Whatever. You know what I'm saying? They're going back to listen to the big steppers. You know what I'm saying? He's breaking records now, so it's possible. But it starts with us. [00:26:38] Speaker C: Yeah, but to me, in my personal opinion, I feel like it's more lucrative for these artists to sell their masters and just make sure that. That, like, we already know, like, UMG and all them, they're getting their bread. Right. But the perfect example that I give when I have a, like, I have this conversation is Snoop. Right? Snoop said that he received less than $45,000 for reaching a billion streams on Spotify. Yeah, that's wild. [00:27:01] Speaker B: Yeah, less than 45,000 getting, like, less than a penny. [00:27:06] Speaker A: Like, that is a. Wow. That's a wild number to take home after that many streams. I'm sorry. [00:27:12] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:27:13] Speaker B: If you divide that out, like, 45,000 and a billion streams, that means he's getting, .00 $0.04 per. [00:27:22] Speaker A: Now, somebody got. I don't want to say it because they checking episodes down, but that's. That's some physical altercations right there. [00:27:32] Speaker C: Yeah, but, Bailey, here's the thing about the fact that Snoop and I had to go and google that list. So, basically, Snoop's discography consists of 19 studio albums, five collaborative albums, 17 compilation albums, three extended plays, 25 mixtapes, 175 singles, including 112 as a paid feature, and 16 promotional singles. He has sold over 12.5 million albums in the United States alone. [00:28:00] Speaker B: Wow. [00:28:01] Speaker A: Jesus Christ. [00:28:02] Speaker C: Yeah, those are the numbers. And the reason why I say that is because somebody would be like, okay, well, 45,000 may be for one album or from one song. Right. You know, and according to the article from. And I'm pulling this from just a article, you know, I'll send it to y'all. They are saying that he's talking about young, wild, and free, and he only got $45,000 from that one song, untrue. So the fact that he has songs, like, tutored and booted and stuff like that, where there's songs that are being sampled, like, he's still not making enough money. [00:28:35] Speaker A: So even making the money that he's supposed to get. [00:28:38] Speaker B: Yeah. I mean, that goes to. And that goes to, like, you know, artists touring. That's why they got a tour. That's why they got to do all these, you know, they got to get brand deals. And even Cardi B was complaining about that. Like, she was like, you know, again, brand deals. Like, they're not even getting paid as much as people think. And, and, you know, and I'm like, huh. [00:29:04] Speaker A: Check it, lady. See, I think that go, that comes back to us again, because if these artists, what if these artists decide to go independent, or will we support them that way? [00:29:16] Speaker C: I think the artists will go independent. [00:29:18] Speaker B: Well, it's not, it's not that easy to be independent. Like, let's, let's be frank. Like, you're, you're talking about an artist, their own money, their own back name. Hopefully, they have investors that will invest in and with that. But, you know, you know, that comes with a lot of stipulations, but you're going against the machine, like, I have not yet seen, and a truly independent. Well, let me backtrack. They start off independent, like, remember back in the day where people were selling. [00:29:48] Speaker A: Cds, I think e 40 into short got it right. [00:29:55] Speaker C: That was also a different time, though. They did. [00:29:58] Speaker B: That's what I was saying. Like, back was my guy from. [00:30:00] Speaker A: What's my guy from Texas? What's my guy from Texas? [00:30:03] Speaker C: Mike Jones. [00:30:04] Speaker A: No, not Mike Jones. [00:30:06] Speaker B: No, I'm not, I'm not knocking. I'm just saying, like, it's a different time. But they had to start independent, and then they got a deal with, like, a major, and it could have been like, a distribution deal, like, with Koch records or, like, they kind of got a distribution deal. But, you know, it's, it's hard to be, like, when you say independent, I guess you got to be more specific, because when I think, when you say independent, I mean, the artists themselves are doing their own distribution. They're doing, like, their own funding. They're doing their own promotional tours. They're the ones that are, like, maybe. [00:30:37] Speaker A: They won't be able to get away from the distribution part. Right. Yes, but as far as, like, the creativity and the publishing, everything like that, I think they should get that out the gate. But again, they won't. They won't be able, I mean, think about it. After doggy style was made, and if Snoop decided to go independent after making doggy style, would he have gotten that same support? Is the machine a machine without the fan base? [00:31:08] Speaker B: That's a different perspective. The machine, of course, but, like, come on. Like, the machine makes them, too. Like, come on. [00:31:18] Speaker A: It does. Because now you're talking about, you talking about everything from promoting, advertisement, endorsements, the whole nine. I get that. But how many times have we found an artist? And before they blew up, you know, they put out some of the best music, and then when the masters get a hold to them, they start to change or whatever. So now they have to make different music to appeal to a bigger audience, to sell records, to make money when their core audience was already there, but they still need the support, so they go to the machine. [00:32:00] Speaker B: Yeah, but to your point, you're like. You're saying, I think the argument is, or the debate is like an independent. If an independent artist can go truly independent with just the fan base. I said. I said no, because I haven't. I see it start out that way, but it gets tiresome. It's exhausting. You don't want to always be flipping that bill. So any major, any independent curly that I've seen ever, they always have a slash or whatever. Like. Or maybe they have to have backing. We have to. It's just. [00:32:44] Speaker A: That's what's the excuse for them nowadays. They have all the outlets they need. If you go home and make me, you and Greg make a banger, right now, somebody close it, right? And all we got to do is just post it on TikTok, and if enough people duet it, stitch it, repost it, whatever, well, how come we can't control our own destiny after that? [00:33:08] Speaker B: I don't. Okay, so, all right, so now you're painting a different picture. Okay, so, I mean, maybe it's not so different. I think what you're alluding to is that we can do whatever our minds. I mean, it's a very lofty idea. Right. You know, but, you know, I agree. You know, look at TikTok, period. Like, a lot of these up and coming full service, they literally make a living doing absolute bullshit. You know? So, yeah, anything. Anything is possible. But also recognize that, you know, Snoop Dogg, he just made, what, 45,000 off of the billions of streams. Like, there are so much things that there's so much adversity. What I'm trying to say is that the picture, I can't. I don't see how that could work. [00:34:09] Speaker A: Well, Drake and Kendrick just kind of showed us a little bit by posting all their diss tracks on YouTube and ig before they put it on the dsps behind them. [00:34:22] Speaker B: Like, come on. Like, they're not the greatest examples. Like, come on. They're backed by their labels. [00:34:28] Speaker A: Like, this is all currently right now. But I'm saying, what if after today, they decide to go, well, Drake. Not anymore. Cause Drake just signed a deal. Some crazy deal. [00:34:37] Speaker B: What deal? What deal? He just signed again. You mean like a Nike deal? That's the only thing I heard of. [00:34:43] Speaker A: Nah, he had the nocturnal. He had the nocturnal deal already. But I think he got something. He just closed the deal that was worth somewhere between four to 600 million. [00:34:52] Speaker B: Yeah. Was that. But they said that was in jeopardy because of the beef or something. Oh, it was like his, I think. [00:34:58] Speaker A: That went through, right? [00:35:02] Speaker B: I don't recall. Can you look it up, Greg? [00:35:05] Speaker C: Yeah, I'll look it up. [00:35:06] Speaker B: Okay. Cause I wasn't. I'm not sure. Cause I think. Okay, so to my understanding, the sneakers, I think he had a deal with, like, Nike. He was supposed to be coming out with a sneaker. It came out. Nobody got a sneaker. I think it came out, like last week, right? [00:35:24] Speaker A: Or this week, something like that. [00:35:25] Speaker B: Yeah, yeah. And so people were saying, like, oh, it's because of that Drake beef. And that's why they wanted. Drake wanted Kendrick to come out and apologize because, you know, there's too much money vested in Drake to have him, like, crash out. Like, so, like, Kendrick, he's not. He's not budgeting. So I'm moving. Yeah. [00:35:51] Speaker A: So that's kdot about to drop that remix. [00:35:57] Speaker B: Kdot, Kate? No, I think. I mean, it's up to him. He could really be the finisher. He could really take out Drake. [00:36:05] Speaker A: But I think it's already in the ugly situation. I think. I think they should just let it die down. Leave it alone. [00:36:13] Speaker C: I think Drake needs to leave it alone. [00:36:15] Speaker B: Kendrick is ready. He's guns a blazer. [00:36:18] Speaker C: Like, Ray needs to drop an album. Because if we're going to be completely honest, he has not dropped a good album in the last five. [00:36:24] Speaker A: I think he said he was dropping in the summer. Right? [00:36:27] Speaker C: He gonna have to do something. Cuz he is taking l after l after l. Like certified levels. [00:36:32] Speaker B: The rest of his hair hanging out with sexy rag. Like, who is he? Like, give me a breakdown. He got a perm. Curly perm. [00:36:40] Speaker C: You know what's funny is I feel like at a certain point, like certain artists just start trying shit and it's like some shit you can try and some things, you know, it's gonna feel like when. When Wayne tried to do rock, it's like, all right, it could sound good. Sound bad. Right. [00:36:55] Speaker A: I'm not mad at that one, though. Cause that's a genre, though. Oh, we all like different genres. But you put. You putting barrettes in your hair. That's kind of. [00:37:05] Speaker C: Yeah, but he. [00:37:05] Speaker B: That's us. [00:37:06] Speaker C: Yeah. This is most disrespect to light skinned dudes, right. But some of them, they actually legitimately may be a little bit nuts, bro. [00:37:13] Speaker A: Because don't have. Don't do not have the light skin correlation come after me. [00:37:20] Speaker C: It has. And this is no disrespect to the light skinned community, right? But that's y'all king, bro. When we think about. Remember what? Think about it. If you look at the battle between, every generation has had their battle. I remember the battle between, like, Keith sweat, and I'll be sure Keith sweat won. [00:37:43] Speaker A: I remember I skinned community. Hear me when I say this. His is, hey, dot Greggy on tick tock. Okay, I'm not. I'm not. This is. This. I didn't do this. [00:37:57] Speaker C: Light skinned dudes are used to winning, and they just. They go overboard. Remember when, uh. [00:38:04] Speaker A: Why did we get here? [00:38:05] Speaker B: Are we doing this? No. [00:38:06] Speaker C: Yes. Yes, we are. Okay. I'm gonna give you a perfect example, and somebody gonna hate this correlation. But you know what? This is y'all fault. Cause y'all brought it up, right? [00:38:14] Speaker B: We did not bring this up. [00:38:16] Speaker C: So I'll say this. So there was a movie with these two actors in it, and when you think about who won and who lost, like, damn, you know what that was? They were pitting them against each other as, like, sex symbols, right? Morris Chestnut and shamar Moore. [00:38:36] Speaker B: Oh, wow. [00:38:38] Speaker C: Wow. [00:38:39] Speaker A: Talking about brothers. [00:38:41] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:38:41] Speaker C: And who won in that ball? Won in that battle. Who won in the battle? [00:38:49] Speaker B: Yeah, it depends on who you talking to, bro. [00:38:52] Speaker C: Tay diggs, in every movie that he's been in, he always goes against a light skinned. Right. [00:38:57] Speaker B: Tay Diggs characters are trash. [00:38:59] Speaker C: Like, if you're talking about light skin and dark skin loving basketball, like, yeah. [00:39:05] Speaker A: Like. [00:39:07] Speaker C: I'm just saying, like, light. Light skinned dudes, historically, when they up, right, they may have a lead. [00:39:13] Speaker B: He said light skinned. [00:39:14] Speaker A: What about soul food? [00:39:18] Speaker C: Light skinned dudes will have a lead, right? They'll have, like, a 15 point lead. [00:39:21] Speaker A: And it'll be like, skinny boy got smacked, though. [00:39:25] Speaker C: Hey, I'm a Boston Celtics fan, and you know this, Baylor. [00:39:27] Speaker B: So I'm. [00:39:29] Speaker C: I'm used to Jason Tatum blowing the lead. He was like, you know what? Great. Like, we up by 25, and the next thing you know, he just, you know, lets off the gas. [00:39:38] Speaker A: Jalen Brown ain't been so perfect, but. [00:39:41] Speaker C: Again, he hasn't been perfect. But the fact that they call him Batman, what does that make Jason Tatum? Like I said, even my own team know that the dark skinned dude is. [00:39:50] Speaker A: Who calls him Batman. [00:39:51] Speaker B: I'm Batman, but they call him Batman. [00:39:54] Speaker C: Cause remember, he used to wear a bat mask or whatever. [00:39:56] Speaker B: Yes. [00:39:57] Speaker A: If the. If the fans of Boston is calling him Batman, y'all need to look into some. That's racist. Okay. [00:40:08] Speaker C: Fair enough. [00:40:11] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:40:13] Speaker C: But bringing it. Bringing it full circle, though. If. If we're keeping score, if we're keeping school, Drake is down right now. Oh, three to dark skinned dudes. Just saying. [00:40:25] Speaker B: Damn. [00:40:26] Speaker A: I mean, wait, you said oh and what? [00:40:29] Speaker C: Oh and three. He got pissed on by Diddy. He lost to pusha T. He lost to Kendrick. Like, come on, bro. [00:40:39] Speaker A: So he's won and he's won in three days. [00:40:41] Speaker C: No, he. No, he lost. He lost the diddy. He lost to push meals. [00:40:47] Speaker B: Meek Mills. He won. Meek doesn't count. [00:40:51] Speaker C: Meek is light skinned. Cause he never got lotion. [00:40:53] Speaker A: No, no, no, no. Because in the beginning. In the beginning, in the beginning when we first seen him get emotional on Twitter talking about. You didn't. What was it about? He didn't retweet his album or something like that? [00:41:06] Speaker B: Yeah, yeah. Okay. [00:41:08] Speaker A: Everybody going into that, everybody was on me. Nobody thought that Drake had a chance against me in the very beginning. So now we're not about to see no care package over to none because. [00:41:20] Speaker B: He has 100 writers. Yeah, well, even with Kendrick killed all his writers. [00:41:28] Speaker A: Well, I think it's just certain cast in general that Drake shouldn't mess with. But he. Technically, he did beat Meek. Career hasn't been the same since. He doesn't have a career anymore. As far as Meek is like a. [00:41:41] Speaker B: Big old cry baby. He's. He talked about Roc Nation. Like, he just. Mika's this emotional wreck. [00:41:48] Speaker A: Well, that's something that y'all could bring up. Cause Roc Nation hasn't had a. They haven't had the. The picnic since like three years in a row, right? [00:41:58] Speaker C: Three years. Yep. [00:42:00] Speaker B: Yeah. Because of the whole. Well, yeah. Even before what? [00:42:04] Speaker C: The last time they had. The last time they had the Roc nation brunch, makefoot got shot. [00:42:09] Speaker B: You know what? I can't. What the hell? Why? [00:42:13] Speaker C: I'm not telling why you pick up. [00:42:16] Speaker B: Make foot getting shot. Like, you know, because she got fragments in her foot. [00:42:24] Speaker C: I'm not going to speak on it because, you know, people have said that I was wrong for saying what I said. All I'm saying is everybody else calling, you know, Meg untruther. Right. And everybody calling her untruther. I don't have an opinion on this anymore because I said what I said. But ultimately there's this. She has not had a hit since then. [00:42:46] Speaker B: That's not true. [00:42:48] Speaker C: It is. [00:42:49] Speaker B: She had cobra. What's that? Bongos with Cardi B. [00:42:54] Speaker C: Was that a hit? [00:42:56] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:42:57] Speaker C: No, no. [00:42:59] Speaker B: What about. What's a new one that she's like, a har. [00:43:03] Speaker C: If you. If you can't make it, ain't. [00:43:06] Speaker B: It came out like yesterday, bro. Like, the hell. [00:43:11] Speaker C: I'm sorry. Like, I'm a Meg the stallion fan. [00:43:13] Speaker B: I thought I. [00:43:15] Speaker A: Anybody dropping right now might be an issue, though. We just now got over to beef. [00:43:19] Speaker C: Yeah. The thing is, if you're so if your song doesn't have a tick tock to it or a trend to it. And that. That was Meg's bread and butter the entire pandemic. Let me make something that is that. So when she had savage, when she had body, what was another joint she had? I can't even think why. Just walk like cry baby. Big old. Like, all of those were like, big old freak. After that, she. It's like she just be throwing shit at the wall to see what sticks. Right? [00:43:49] Speaker B: Yeah. Remember she had that whole beef with Nikki and that kind of fizzled out immediately. Like, I don't even know who won that. Was that even a battle? [00:43:57] Speaker C: I think Nikki won because Nikki on tour, Meg's not. And they just did an article last week saying that Meg, her tickets were like $28 now. [00:44:06] Speaker A: She got it. She kind of got disrespectful, though. [00:44:09] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:44:09] Speaker A: That's what got her up out of there. [00:44:11] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:44:12] Speaker A: And then, and then, well, it's got is, is almost similar to the, the k dot in Drake situation where they got money invested in a mag. So she can't really be in the mud like that right now. [00:44:27] Speaker C: I think they try to do what Meg. What they did with Rihanna, which was they saw the salacious situation that happened in a relationship. The same thing that happened. [00:44:39] Speaker B: Doctor fubs. [00:44:41] Speaker A: They had another fenty. Not exactly that, but if they can get another. If they can get another clothing line out, then, you know, they invest in, I mean, they protect their investment because if they can get another fenty out of them, that's a lot of money. [00:44:57] Speaker C: But that's the thing. They can't. Like, they've even tried to. They even had Meg thee stallion come out with her own shoe, which is ironic for somebody who got shot in the foot. [00:45:04] Speaker B: Wait, hold on. She came out with shoes? [00:45:06] Speaker C: She came out with a whole Nike fucking lineup. And, like, it was supposed to be the biggest thing. It lasted like three days. People were like, oh, okay, well, great. Like, she literally had a deal with. I want to say she still has it. Megan thee stallion. Nike. I gotta look it up. But, yeah, like, she was supposed to have this whole, like, fitness line and then people shot that down. It was called the air. She has a shoe called the Air Max 90. Seven's something for the hotties, right? Yeah. Now, once people said, oh, well, you know, I think Nikki, this is around the time of the beef, she came out with this shoe. The air Max 97 is called something for the hotties. And then Nikki said, well, you got your body done, so how can you. Yeah. How? You got fitness wear and you went and got the tummy. [00:45:50] Speaker B: That's that old zapping. [00:45:52] Speaker A: That's what they do. They get the surgery done and they spray the mist on their body and go straight to the gym. [00:46:00] Speaker B: I don't think she got surgery. I think because she looks natural, she looks naturally shaped. That's not. I don't think that's surgery. Like, you could tell when a chick cut up, like. I wouldn't say that, sergeant. If anything, maybe she got a little lipo, but I think she had ozembic. To me personally. [00:46:17] Speaker C: I mean, this is not a conspiracy here. This is a Google. I googled what is a stallion. That's a male horse. [00:46:24] Speaker B: Yes. [00:46:25] Speaker A: All right. I know where you're going with that. [00:46:29] Speaker B: All right, so look, wait, what? No, go there, because I need to. I need to. [00:46:34] Speaker C: Nope. I'm gonna leave that to the listeners. I'm not even gonna go far. [00:46:38] Speaker A: I know. I know what you did there. I know what you did there. All right. [00:46:43] Speaker B: I wanna know what you did there. Male stallion. Are you alluding to her parts? Not being. [00:46:48] Speaker C: No, not alluding at all. What I am saying is this, um. It was a poor name. [00:46:53] Speaker B: He was born a man. [00:46:55] Speaker C: No, it is a poor name choice. Just like how genuine. Can't spell genuine. Yeah. [00:47:01] Speaker B: Wait a minute. You was a damn lie. [00:47:05] Speaker C: Do you know how many people have been trying to spell fabulous and genuine? [00:47:09] Speaker A: No, look, if y'all was spelling fabulous, like how he spelled his name, then that's a y'all problem. And y'all. And y'all. And y'all. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, and y'all. Public school. That's a public school problem. Yeah, but check it. Now, we can keep the conversation going. But I want to end. I want to end my show personally on this. And I'm asking the both of you, when we talk about when you bring up R. Kelly and you bring up Diddy, when you. Ten, 510, 15 years from now, when you look back at hip hop, what are you going to say? [00:47:52] Speaker B: Hip hop was on some bullshit back in the day, bro. [00:47:58] Speaker C: I guess I have a one line. It's just one line. Diddy doesn't have a TP two.com. [00:48:06] Speaker A: What does that mean? [00:48:07] Speaker B: It makes no sense to you? [00:48:09] Speaker C: It does. Like, when I think of discographies, Diddy doesn't have a discography. He has artist that made his out. Like, no way out. Like, cool. Like, diddy dirty money. Like, is Diddy's album. But he just, like the ad. He's like the split star to his projects or whatever when it comes to music. [00:48:28] Speaker A: Like, but, you know, he gonna be on it somehow. Doesn't that make it worse? [00:48:32] Speaker C: But no, no, the reason why I say that is because people are really trying to cancel R. Kelly's catalogs. Like, people didn't graduate to. I believe I can fly. Nobody. Nobody is saying, okay, what song can we not get rid of from Diddy that's bigger than I believe I can fly? [00:48:51] Speaker A: Well, I mean, but you gotta. But you gotta understand. You said earlier you cannot separate the music from the monster. Neither can they. So they, like, look, take everything about you. They trying to erase him. [00:49:05] Speaker C: Yeah, but that's the thing. You can't. And my personal opinion, the reason why you can't erase R. Kelly is because it's just like that. That's a. It's a timeless thing. Diddy's. All of Diddy's timeless shit. It's somebody else's body of work. [00:49:18] Speaker A: That's why I said, I think it's worse, because all the artists that we've grown alike, that was under his label. If you're. If I'm the type of person that I'm standing on, I'm standing on my word and saying that I cannot support him in any type of fashion, that means that's a. That's at least 35% to 45% of my goddamn library because he's been so even when it comes down to some of my favorite west coast artists, nip is. I mean, what you call it. Puffy was on. Was on nip album. So it's like, he has been on. He has. [00:49:55] Speaker C: He. [00:49:56] Speaker A: His name, his voice, his ad libs has been a part of a legendary lineup of songs. [00:50:03] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:50:04] Speaker A: So that's way worried. Cause you could get rid of R. Kelly's catalog, and then he has some song that's out there that he gave to certain artists. [00:50:11] Speaker B: Yeah. What's that one with Marcus Houston? You know, we be up in the club. [00:50:17] Speaker A: Well, we could get rid of him altogether. We can get rid of her. [00:50:22] Speaker B: Oh, damn. I'm just saying, you were talking about the Vegas. Like, that's one of them. But, yeah, we know Marcus. He's a Po too. I mean, you know, it goes. [00:50:31] Speaker C: But it's equal, though. When I think of, like, I'm like, I didn't realize I'm going through, like, the list of things that R. Kelly produced. Like, anytime, any place by Janet Jackson. Stroke you up. He produced that song. Yeah, like, he produced. He produced half of the Osley's shit that happened in the nineties. Right. [00:50:52] Speaker A: Without Diddy, we don't get no 112. [00:50:55] Speaker C: Well, without r. Kelly, we don't get Casey and JoJo's entire album. We don't get Maxwell's fortunate. [00:51:01] Speaker B: Oh, this makes me sick. [00:51:06] Speaker C: Oh, oh, don't forget half of. Half of dangerous Michael Jackson. [00:51:12] Speaker B: Get out. No, no. [00:51:16] Speaker C: Yeah. Charlie Wilson's resurgence. Like, Charlie, last name Wilson. [00:51:22] Speaker A: That was a cold track, though. [00:51:23] Speaker C: Yeah. Like, when I look at his discography, I'm like, bro, he had his hands in everything since fucking, what, 1991. So just actually do me a favor, Baylor. Give me a year. Just give me a year between 1991 and let's just say 2012. [00:51:42] Speaker A: 92. [00:51:44] Speaker C: 92. [00:51:45] Speaker A: 92 was a hell of a hip hop year. [00:51:48] Speaker B: Here's the thing. [00:51:49] Speaker C: R. Kelly didn't have a lot of production this year. He had high five. Like, everybody knows them. Like, hard to get. Yeah, give me another year. That. That was too early of a year. [00:51:59] Speaker B: What do you mean? As far as a year for greatness or. [00:52:02] Speaker C: Just give me a year and I will tell. I'll tell you, like, some of the songs that he produced that year. [00:52:05] Speaker B: Oh, okay. 9797-9697 yeah, that. That era. [00:52:12] Speaker C: Okay. Wow. [00:52:13] Speaker B: 95 or 95, actually. [00:52:16] Speaker C: 95. So you gotta. You gotta do away with Michael Jackson's album. The album that he did. You were not alone. [00:52:22] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:52:23] Speaker C: Gotta get rid of the entire history album. Cuz he's credited with six songs on there. Quincy Jones cues, juke joint. Gotta get rid of four songs from there. You said 1996, isley Brothers got to get rid of their album. Johnny Gill got to get rid of that Tony Braxton Secrets album. Mc Light. [00:52:43] Speaker A: Oh, Tony Braxton is back. [00:52:46] Speaker C: Yeah. Oh, here's another one that kind of fucked me up. The entire fucking soundtrack for a thin line between love and hate was co produced by who? [00:52:54] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:52:57] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:52:57] Speaker B: Oh, my God. [00:52:59] Speaker A: That's a top ten soundtrack. [00:53:01] Speaker B: This man broke, though. Like, how is he broke? Like, that's what I don't get. [00:53:05] Speaker A: Probably lawyers fee shit. [00:53:07] Speaker B: No, because. No, seriously, like, he has all this publishing. [00:53:13] Speaker A: Well, he couldn't read his contract. [00:53:15] Speaker C: That is very true. Like, I don't know if y'all, like, I didn't. I personally didn't like the life soundtrack. I liked the movie. He produced half of it. He produced tracks two through 14 soundtracks. [00:53:25] Speaker A: Where they bet live. Live. [00:53:30] Speaker C: Yeah, he produced half of B two K's entire catalog. [00:53:36] Speaker A: B two K had a. [00:53:41] Speaker B: Rain. [00:53:45] Speaker C: He produced nine songs from Joe. Like, I want to know more. [00:53:49] Speaker A: Now we got. Now that's where we're going to stop. Okay? There would be no Joe slander on my show at all. [00:54:02] Speaker B: I gotta know. [00:54:05] Speaker C: Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Marcus. We can't listen to Marcus Houston. Sierra's goodies. Can't listen to that. [00:54:11] Speaker A: Tamiya goodies. Was it goodies? [00:54:15] Speaker C: Twister. So sexy. He was not only on the song, but he did that. Remember the song that he stole from Bow Wow. Can't listen to that no more. [00:54:22] Speaker B: Which song? [00:54:22] Speaker A: Same girl. [00:54:23] Speaker C: Same girl? [00:54:24] Speaker A: Yeah, same girl. [00:54:26] Speaker C: Yo, we can't even listen to Ruben Stutters. [00:54:28] Speaker A: I'm okay with that. I'm okay with that. [00:54:31] Speaker B: Yeah, we can let that go. Ruben. Where's Ruben? Did he die? [00:54:34] Speaker C: No, he's still alive. He's still with us. [00:54:37] Speaker A: Damn, lady. See, don't do my dog like that. [00:54:39] Speaker B: No. Like, I legit thought, like, he died. I'm so sorry. I'm. No, no, no. Not wishing death on him. No, no, no, no. I just. I just don't remember him being. [00:54:51] Speaker A: I think we seen him, like, recently. Like a couple of years ago, though. Didn't, like, do like, a commercial countdown. He was on a countdown. [00:54:57] Speaker C: I think we got to get rid of fantasia, too. [00:55:00] Speaker A: No, no, that's too much cornbread right there. [00:55:04] Speaker C: Which one? [00:55:05] Speaker B: Which song? [00:55:05] Speaker C: When I see you and sleeping with. [00:55:07] Speaker A: The one I love I see him. [00:55:10] Speaker B: If it's that song, it's a rap. [00:55:12] Speaker A: Is that would be. [00:55:14] Speaker B: Yeah. Is it that one? [00:55:15] Speaker A: Is that one? [00:55:16] Speaker C: Yep. [00:55:18] Speaker B: No, it's. No, that's not the one. No, he's talking about a different song. [00:55:22] Speaker C: When I see you yeah, when I see you and sleep. The other song is he did not produce that song. [00:55:28] Speaker B: You serious? [00:55:29] Speaker C: It's the shit. Say it here on the Wikipedia. [00:55:31] Speaker A: Unless somebody like Wikipedia be lying sometimes. [00:55:36] Speaker C: They do be lying. But when I think of something like Marcus Houston's clubbing, that girl Sierra Woody's next to you. Twister. So sexy. Ray J, Selena Johnson, Charlie Wilson. [00:55:50] Speaker B: What song, Ray J? What song? Not the one wish. [00:55:53] Speaker C: No, we got one wish. We got one wish. One wish is cool. Why does it say Diddy joined the live? That's crazy. [00:56:02] Speaker B: All right. [00:56:03] Speaker A: Hey, it's time to go, lady. See? Let them know where they can find you at. [00:56:08] Speaker B: Oh, you can find me on TikTok, lady. C. I think that's how you find me. Oh, I'm sorry. Yes. I don't know my TikTok handle. Is it my name or is it not? I'm not. Wait, let me go check what my name is on here. But you can find me a way to see on TikTok. You can find me on. I think that's how you can find me. Greg, can you check? I don't know. [00:56:34] Speaker C: Yes. [00:56:35] Speaker B: Is that how they go find me? [00:56:36] Speaker C: Yep, that's exactly where they can find you. [00:56:38] Speaker A: Okay. [00:56:38] Speaker B: You can find me on Lady C. And maybe I'll come back to Greg's show and the dating pool. Department manager why is this your name? [00:56:50] Speaker A: It's a long story. [00:56:52] Speaker B: Department manager oh, it was so great talking to you. [00:56:56] Speaker A: Oh, no doubt. [00:56:57] Speaker B: Are you going to bed now? I'm just kidding. [00:57:00] Speaker A: I am. I'm actually about to pop on a movie to fall asleep to. [00:57:07] Speaker B: Oh, fabulous. Okay, well, it was a pleasure speaking with you. [00:57:11] Speaker A: No doubt. We go. I'm gonna invite you back and we're gonna have to do another episode for sure. [00:57:18] Speaker B: Oh, yeah, just send me a message on here. And you know when you guys wanna meet, if you guys wanna do like Fridays or. I don't know, Greg, you seem to be on here like every day. [00:57:31] Speaker A: I try, but let me try to get his chile. [00:57:35] Speaker C: I am. If you light skin, you can actually find me. [00:57:39] Speaker A: Yeah, all the light skinned cats go after him. [00:57:43] Speaker C: If you like skin, you can find me at Walgreens trying to find y'all some sun bum and Neutrogena SPF 70. [00:57:49] Speaker B: Leave the light skinned people alone. Let them be great. Let them be great. Okay. They, you know, they. They can't help. They don't have no melanom, so this is. [00:57:59] Speaker A: They were fault.

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