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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Wake that ass up in the morning.

Speaker 2 (00:02):
The Breakfast Club Morning.

Speaker 3 (00:05):
Everybody is Steve j en Vy, just hilarious, Charlamine to God.
We are the Breakfast Club. We got nihlive with us
today and we got some special guests in the building.
We got Skiller Baby and Rob four nine. Welcome fellas,
are you'll feelings?

Speaker 2 (00:19):
Boaches eat the Most Tall? Yes, explain that title, man.
I like that title.

Speaker 4 (00:25):
We Eat the Most and I'm vultured. So we just
was playing one day on the Soon it said, that's
just what we want to Well you so New Orleans.

Speaker 2 (00:33):
You can hear it in your voice, get away from me?

Speaker 3 (00:38):
And how do you how'd y'all get together? You from Detroit,
you from New Orleans? How'd your y'all link up to
do this album together?

Speaker 1 (00:44):
We're on the same label, so uh. A lot of
people have been trying to give me where robbed. You know,
he was in the industry and stuff for me, But damn,
somehow we connected. I think we're doing Madden. I think
we were doing something Madden for It was just us
doing a bunch of songs for the Man soundtrack, and
then we just hit off every sing every time. Everybody

(01:06):
keep booking us the same putting us on the same song.
We just got it popping like that for real.

Speaker 5 (01:13):
I didn't see that. You guys literally are headlining everything,
even prior to y'all on tour together.

Speaker 2 (01:18):
But it's cool to see you guys do this.

Speaker 5 (01:20):
Are we gonna get a combined project because obviously the
records are ringing off?

Speaker 2 (01:24):
But yeah, tape, yeah, of.

Speaker 1 (01:28):
Course we got it. We got like more than the tapework.
For me, we always work every time were in the
same city, so we got a lot of good music.

Speaker 4 (01:35):
You know, there's just been timing like he was dropping
solo ship I got to drop my so like, we
just gotta make it fit like for real.

Speaker 5 (01:42):
Now, you guys are definitely flooding even with the I
feel like it was two singles that dropped this Friday,
the two rare joint and then you dropped one with
a girl.

Speaker 1 (01:52):
I can't remember her name, just a girl I can't
remember her name.

Speaker 2 (01:55):
So much for women's empowerment.

Speaker 6 (02:03):
Dropping music all the time, you we don't know, No,
not with Flow that's old.

Speaker 7 (02:11):
It just.

Speaker 2 (02:16):
That just came out.

Speaker 4 (02:17):
He got some shop him and Flow this drop.

Speaker 1 (02:20):
No, it's not Flow milling, you know. Let me I
want to.

Speaker 4 (02:23):
Hit the whole package him and Flow.

Speaker 2 (02:25):
Yes, my brother ship.

Speaker 5 (02:27):
No, I love Flow, but I really like the joint
you guys. Did we to rare to where you'll shot
that music video in.

Speaker 1 (02:34):
New York shows Ratchet cl Club, Major Dance Design. What
was it?

Speaker 2 (02:42):
Yeah, it's a it's a very music video.

Speaker 7 (02:46):
Yeah, definitely Queens of the Bronx together it was.

Speaker 4 (02:49):
I think it was a Queen quezy.

Speaker 1 (02:52):
No, it was Ratch. Yeah, for Johnson's cap ship was
rat Damn. Yeah, you love.

Speaker 2 (03:02):
What made y'all mess though?

Speaker 8 (03:03):
I mean just because y'all rappers on the same label
don't mean that y'all don't have the same energy.

Speaker 2 (03:07):
Like what was the connection?

Speaker 4 (03:08):
Probably like not looking for a connection. It wasn't even
all that, Bro, You is good, Like you know what
I'm saying. If we don't, we just not gonna do
nothing to with it.

Speaker 1 (03:18):
I think it's just hard to find people, Like I've
been said that people just want to see you Jenuely win,
Like it's so competitive, like wrapping a competitive sport. I
don't feel like I got to compete with Bro, Like
I don't feel like he feels like you gotta compete
with me? Like we know we winning, so it's like
we ain't trying to Like when we get on the song,
we jabbing at each other for show, like he say

(03:40):
some harsh and I'm gonna be like, Maamn, I gotta go.
You feel me. I think it's more iron sharp and
iron us trying to be competitors, you know.

Speaker 5 (03:49):
Just to clear my name, her name is Blake, Iyanna Blake.
All right, you did a music video on everything got
me looking crazy because I didn't.

Speaker 1 (04:00):
I don't know the name, but woman like.

Speaker 2 (04:04):
Her.

Speaker 1 (04:04):
She signed a three hundred just well like two days ago.

Speaker 2 (04:08):
Lord Ship was just ago and couldn't remember he dropped it.

Speaker 1 (04:15):
You about to give me in trouble because the song
cat that first.

Speaker 5 (04:21):
You because y'all because y'all did this tour, people think
you guys are dual. Now people feel like you guys
are a package.

Speaker 4 (04:29):
You know what funny I've been hearing that, Like I'm like, man,
it's like, at the same time, you can't be doing that,
but then it's my nigga, so I don't really even.

Speaker 2 (04:38):
Care, Like you have the most fun together, Like we're.

Speaker 4 (04:40):
Just gonna go into the nigga at the time. Listening
to us get fifteen years and this sh anyway, I.

Speaker 1 (04:46):
Feel like I be feeling like this. I've told Rob
like we got to hurry up and drop the tape
because everybody like they hear him first and then come
get me on the song or hit me first, had
me do the song, then go get I'm on the song,
Like I'd be like they're trying to burn us out
before we even burn ourselves.

Speaker 7 (05:04):
Was that on purpose?

Speaker 5 (05:05):
With the two red joint you guys didn't all do
that together?

Speaker 1 (05:08):
Or he put that together? He put that together.

Speaker 8 (05:11):
Have y'all made more money as a collective though, then
y'all did the individuals.

Speaker 4 (05:16):
I think he got a lot of money. I got
a lot of money. I don't really even know, like, yeah,
we did we even make money together?

Speaker 1 (05:27):
I feel like on tours and like people putting us
on songs like that, I feel like we'd have made
a lot of money together. But dog make a lot
of money too. I see him on a lot of
shows by itself. I'll be on a lot of shows
by myself. So like, as long as we all rich,
like we get on the ground and we sit here and.

Speaker 4 (05:47):
Think about it, we ain't really make the real money together.

Speaker 9 (05:50):
Like a guy not yet a tour right now, you
know the first tour that you do, you just go
like your shows ain't too paid high, Like you come
from getting sixty dollars in the show to like you
know what you're getting for your first.

Speaker 7 (06:03):
Right then it's after parties and things making money.

Speaker 4 (06:07):
Guess like they make no money to get it.

Speaker 3 (06:11):
Let's talk about the emergence of Detroit. Right Detroit. We've
seen Detroit riotse crazy. It's so many artists in Detroit,
but at first, not too many people were aff into
the city.

Speaker 2 (06:20):
How do you with the city.

Speaker 7 (06:21):
How do you feel like y'all broke through that? Because
now it's so many artists in the.

Speaker 2 (06:23):
Troits you the city man, everybod.

Speaker 1 (06:35):
No. I just feel like certain artists broke the barriers.
I feel like, you know, first they was looking for
like more commercial you know, eminem and big shine type
stuff that wow amine that big shine type stuff. Yeah,
like more street artists came around, like t sider stuff

(06:55):
like that. Dug you feel me. I feel like they
were just more and around and making the right connections.
I be feeling like it just be perfect timing and
you know they say hard work meet timing and something else,
and then it just happened Detroit.

Speaker 3 (07:10):
All they're starting to f with each other, meaning making
music with each other, because I know one time it
was so you on your side, I'm on this side,
We on this side, we on that side. But all
they starting to make records together, doings together.

Speaker 1 (07:22):
Everybody been messing with each other behind closed doors. It
just be like certain people be feeling like they can't
be seen around certain people and stuff like that, you
know how that politic type of stuff. But that happened
in every city. Our city is just more realistic on
the like the real street side, so it'd be like

(07:42):
a lot of streets stuff going on, blood shit, so
it'd be like stuff you can't come back from. So
you know, certain people mess with certain people that gotta
stay over there.

Speaker 8 (07:52):
You feel like you ever got to clean it up
a little bit skill because I saw you say one
time that the music industry is.

Speaker 2 (07:58):
Heavily popularity based.

Speaker 8 (08:00):
But it seems like the more artists become popular and
they start to do more of the commercial sound in music,
or they compromise theirity a little bit.

Speaker 1 (08:08):
It's basically like when I was, when I was like
more independent, like and I wasn't on the label. I
could do whatever I want. Now I gotta do what sell,
you know, So I gotta go lean more towards the
girls because this what's selling. This is what's gonna bring
in plaques. I can't just put out because you won't.
You don't sell on the label. You getting dropped your money.

(08:30):
You ain't getting no more money. So it's like I
want to be. I want to be for the streets.
I want to wrap my life. I want to feel me.
But this is what sales. It's not about what you
want to do. It's not what Rob want to put out.
It's not what it's what the people want Rob to
put out. He gotta do that. He can't put out
well he I'm pretty sure he got some songs where

(08:51):
he wanted to say after world and everything, but he
can't do that because he knows what's heals. Rob know
what's ill him. He never bringing it blank.

Speaker 2 (09:00):
Do you enjoy the records like they?

Speaker 1 (09:02):
And Mama? Not for real? They ain't even.

Speaker 4 (09:09):
We first made Mama Like Mama was hard when we
first made it because we wasn't looking for no girls.
Soon it was just was just popping it.

Speaker 1 (09:18):
I'm gonna tell you. I'm gonna tell you what was
crazy about my man. I did that to make fun
of him. What you mean like he was the whole day.
The whole day looked boom. We have to be t awards,
so we called Rob. I'm talking to the phone. I'm like,
say bit say I'm trying to talk like him and

(09:39):
stuff boom. The whole day. We just get to doing that.
Were like Rob, I pull up to the studio, we
do my mind. I keep saying, all right and ship
like that because that's what he be doing. And then
I didn't even you feel me. I'm like, this is
just you feel me? They like, this is hard you
feel me. We just didn't even expect that. Y'all was

(09:59):
just playing and sh everybody else knew it was a hit.

Speaker 4 (10:02):
Be for us though, Nah, that's fact. When they pulled
it up. I live my brother, like this is hit.

Speaker 1 (10:08):
I wasn't like we wouldn't had no plans on putting
in it out. They knew it was a hit.

Speaker 2 (10:13):
That's great.

Speaker 8 (10:13):
I didn't even know people still had to do that
in the music industry. Like I really thought y'all could
make what kind of music y'all wanted and put it
out like I didn't know y'all still had to make
those kind of records just to appease the labels.

Speaker 1 (10:23):
You gotta know what like like analytics, like we we
we're young, but we read our analytics. We know what's
going for us. We know what sales, what city we
sell the most, Like I'm big on that, like I'm
I'm trying to take it to the moon. So when
we talked, that's what we're talking about. We ain't really
talk about no extra curriculars or nobody else got going on.

(10:45):
We talk about what's gonna work for us. So that's
what worked for us, is it ain't really all fought
like maybe maybe the street name. You just need to
stream the music more. But the girls songs going, the
commercial songs going, that's what they and then that's what
the labels pushing. I can't even name my song certain
ship without them telling me y'all can't put it out.

Speaker 7 (11:06):
We're got a top ten record. That's the reason why
top five record.

Speaker 2 (11:09):
What's the last title you had to change last time?

Speaker 1 (11:12):
I think I called some Jeffrey Dahmer or something. Okay,
it went from Jeffrey Domina.

Speaker 7 (11:21):
Okay, that's a big drop.

Speaker 1 (11:28):
Your ass.

Speaker 2 (11:28):
Don't worry about it.

Speaker 1 (11:33):
That's funny.

Speaker 6 (11:34):
How do y'all, because y'all both are big individually on
but being on the tour together, how do you figure out.

Speaker 1 (11:41):
Who's going to close the show? Matter it don't? It
don't matter.

Speaker 4 (11:47):
Before you won't close?

Speaker 1 (11:48):
Yeah, y'all y'all. But that go back to analyadis like,
I know in the South, he bigger than me in
the South. I'm not gonna even run up on him
in the South, like and be like, all right, I
want to go last. No, I'm not gonna do that.
I don't me. I really don't care. I enjoy going
first and then watching his show, so I don't really
have to do that.

Speaker 4 (12:06):
That's how I feel too, ain't like I like watching there.

Speaker 1 (12:11):
That's what's up.

Speaker 3 (12:12):
That's dope that you could take the ego and pride
out of it. Most artists probably wouldn't want to do that.
They be like, nah, this is.

Speaker 2 (12:17):
What it is.

Speaker 3 (12:17):
But you're going the fact that you analyze the algorithms
to see where what the city is hotter than this,
that and the other.

Speaker 7 (12:22):
That's that that makes more sense.

Speaker 4 (12:23):
Because they're searching for a hit. Mm hmm, like, man,
I got I gotta be the one with the hit,
Like both of us got shit going.

Speaker 1 (12:30):
You know what I'm saying. And then it's more like
I be feeling like we ain't Like he got some
of the biggest songs in the world, but like when
they come to our following, it's more cult following. It
ain't they messing with us off one song. We got
five at least five or six songs that I know
everybody in the crowd gonna know. So I don't really

(12:52):
be tripping like they be differ for my set. They
be differ for his set. No matter time were going,
they outside waiting to get in line. It's our tour,
we both headline, and I don't really be caring about
none of that real long because I get my check
at the end of the day.

Speaker 8 (13:06):
Career once y'all decide y'all wanted to like take rap stories,
cause I think I read somewhere round that you you
went into the National Guard and you was gonna go
into the nursing school.

Speaker 2 (13:13):
Yeah, what made you not want to do that?

Speaker 1 (13:16):
Rap?

Speaker 4 (13:16):
I was just failing, bro, just as simple as that.
Just feeling, and I'm like, man, I can't be one
of these these niggas out here going back to the
project like and sitting on the block out there again,
like I can't do that. My partner had a studio
and my brother was rapping. I went down and wrote
a rap one day. He like, man, it's crazy. I

(13:37):
was the one really like you know what I'm saying.
And he's like, man, we're gonna just keep running with you.
And that was that damn drop.

Speaker 1 (13:45):
I was just hot taking rap series. I think I
I used to. I used to be running around with
side of the Baby a lot. That's like my big brother.
I seen him making all the money off, and I'm
like I could do that too, Like you know, I
was already rapping like everybody in Detroit rap, but you
don't see people be successful at it, like you know

(14:06):
a lot of people, like y'all said, started going being
successful at it at once, like one time. So it's
just like and then like for the longest, they had
Detroit as a certain sound, and now it's like everybody
got different sounds. So I I think that's like connected
with other artists seeing what works and doing all that
type of stuff, and people developed their own sound. But

(14:28):
for the longest, people didn't rock with us cause they
felt like we rapped fast and the beats was just
too gritty and were talking about a whole bunch of foolishness.
But you know, everybody making songs. Now you got v's
and people like Babyface Ray. They sound totally different, but
they massed good together. It's all the type of people
in the city. So that just made me want to

(14:48):
go harder, just seeing other people.

Speaker 2 (14:50):
Why nurses school rap?

Speaker 4 (14:53):
It's saying my same partner that was rapping you. I
remember it was in the hood. One day You're like, man,
I'm gonna go to school for two years. I'm like, man,
I gotta go to school for four years, while you
gotta go to school for two I'm gonna be a nurse.
I'm like, man, I'm gonna do it. You're like, man,
you can't do it. So when I had wind up
going to college, finally like what's your major? When they

(15:13):
asked me what's my Maala, that's when I picked my major.
Like and I'm just like nursing.

Speaker 7 (15:17):
Robber, like I only want to go for two years?

Speaker 1 (15:20):
For two years?

Speaker 2 (15:20):
Make you ain't never got the trade school?

Speaker 4 (15:23):
No, No, I ain't never wont to be one of them.

Speaker 1 (15:27):
To you an old school where's that you say?

Speaker 2 (15:32):
Old school?

Speaker 8 (15:33):
But you always gonna need an electrician. You're always gonna
need a plumber. You're always gonna need I.

Speaker 4 (15:38):
Had too much sauce, like in high school, like I
was one of the ladies and youngs in my city,
like since eighth grade, Like I couldn't go be an
electrician plumber, bro, Like I just got too much.

Speaker 2 (15:50):
Your job is a job though, But.

Speaker 4 (15:52):
I'm just telling you, like no electric you know what
I'm saying, trip.

Speaker 2 (15:59):
That's fire, be a little electrician. That could be the
name of it, lyd Electricity.

Speaker 6 (16:04):
All the women they got electric problems and all that
to get you up over there.

Speaker 4 (16:10):
If I wanted to live something like that.

Speaker 1 (16:14):
But nah, really did it? Uh?

Speaker 6 (16:17):
Did you know Jack Carlo was going to shout you
out in the song loving on me?

Speaker 1 (16:21):
I didn't know he was gonna show me out, But
I seen it like they sent it to me, like
his team sent it to me or something. Okay, like
by Jack Carlo. I know Jack Carlo.

Speaker 2 (16:31):
You didn't even know him like that. He just trying
to get Detroit scrapes.

Speaker 1 (16:35):
No, like we know each other though before Jack Carlo
blew up. He was hanging inside of like they was
like Jack Carlo first tour it was him steady and
somebody else big, and then they was like the openers.
Jack Carlot used to be coming through Detroit like hanging

(16:58):
like he was cool aside and stuff, and we ended
up being cool and stuff. But I ain't never like
we want in exchange the numbers or not, so we
know who each other was. And then we started texting
before you put the song out and stuff. But me
and Carlo don't really talk about music stuff. We talk
about life stuff like we were on that type of way.

(17:19):
But that was crazy, like I appreciate it.

Speaker 5 (17:23):
Yeah, record that was crazy time in general. You had
three records moving at one at one time.

Speaker 4 (17:28):
Yeah, and one that wasn't George.

Speaker 6 (17:30):
Yeah, Rob, did you smash one of the Loyotti's girls?

Speaker 1 (17:36):
Damn.

Speaker 6 (17:38):
The reason why I asked us because I've seen him
in the video he was he said he wanted you
to mention it, and he's waiting for you to mention
it in a song.

Speaker 1 (17:45):
Damn.

Speaker 4 (17:45):
I don't know. Did I got a whole girl friend?

Speaker 2 (17:51):
Don't put that on.

Speaker 7 (17:54):
Rob being serious to put that on I gotta go.

Speaker 4 (17:59):
That.

Speaker 1 (18:01):
Yeah too much? Do that be serious? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (18:09):
No, I don't know.

Speaker 5 (18:12):
I assumed it wasn't current or recent.

Speaker 8 (18:14):
Is the man said he got a girl walking. So
it's no need for me to ask you about these missions.
I heard you got to.

Speaker 7 (18:20):
Take the mines to little people, Little people.

Speaker 2 (18:30):
Holding the little midgeon in the video.

Speaker 4 (18:32):
That's just what they wanted to put a picture of
me out there, you know what I'm saying. Yeah, he
held the mission.

Speaker 7 (18:38):
Too, bro, they called little people.

Speaker 6 (18:40):
Man, listen you taller.

Speaker 1 (18:42):
They wanted more talk.

Speaker 4 (18:43):
About holding the mission like a baby he holds upside down.
I don't know that played the part in it, you
know what I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (18:53):
But damn you.

Speaker 8 (19:00):
Miss they pay for tickets to they buy album.

Speaker 1 (19:04):
Sure, no misses slander. We cool the missions.

Speaker 5 (19:09):
Well, can we expect any midges that Vulture Fest this year?

Speaker 2 (19:13):
You have your annual.

Speaker 4 (19:15):
I ain't gonna lie. I wouldn't call him a missige
my real dog like, but he like a missic like
he really like he really that, like he took guns.
He in the hood, Like how tall is he? Your missic?

Speaker 2 (19:28):
Like you? But he's gonna do.

Speaker 4 (19:34):
Duce man, he the project. I get I give you
a big alley, duce. We gotta make that up foreman.
No no, no, no, no, he might.

Speaker 2 (19:43):
Be one basketball.

Speaker 1 (19:47):
Okay, okay, okay, yeah, funny he you.

Speaker 5 (19:51):
Well talk about the festival, just for those who aren't
familiar about.

Speaker 1 (19:54):
What you do.

Speaker 4 (19:56):
I've been doing the festival in my city, Vaulture Festival,
for three years. The last two years it showed out.
So I just wanted to go big this year, and
I put it in the arena in my city. At first,
I set the max tickets to like six thousands, because,
like you know, people, people be scared of that. Yeah,
then the six thousands sw it out. I said it

(20:17):
to nine thousand, nine thousands out set it the twelve thousand,
twelve thousands, so it out. So I just love it
that twelve thousands. Graduations, y'all, hustling, y'all this Saturday. Matter
of fact, this Saturday, he gonna be there. Turn up.

Speaker 2 (20:32):
I heard you want to do a song with a Dell?

Speaker 1 (20:34):
Oh what what?

Speaker 2 (20:35):
What about a Dell?

Speaker 8 (20:36):
Like?

Speaker 4 (20:36):
Why?

Speaker 1 (20:37):
I just like that's the type of music I'll be
listening to for real, for real. I just that'll be
like a dream come true. Like people like sharing the Dale.
That type of stuff get my mind right, Like I
be riding a car, I'd be doing me.

Speaker 2 (20:53):
Listen to a lot of hip hop, so he hes
gonna see this.

Speaker 1 (20:56):
Yeah, like that's what I be on. Like, I ain't
gonna lie.

Speaker 4 (20:59):
He might get that YouTuber I'm.

Speaker 1 (21:00):
Trying to figure out trying to do crossover records. Yeah
on that, Like on my own time, I'll be doing
my own little stuff like Afro Beast stuff, stuff like that.
I just be trying stuff in the studio for but.

Speaker 2 (21:13):
You, because you're a real artist, clearly, Yeah, I'd be
trying stuff.

Speaker 1 (21:17):
So that's just like my type of music. When I
was saying, like I don't even listen to them songs
that you all like like or people like I be
listening to Anita Baker going home and likes.

Speaker 2 (21:28):
What I'm talking about. Put you on that your parents.

Speaker 5 (21:31):
My parents also be listening to Miley Cyrus.

Speaker 6 (21:35):
Go ahead if he want us to know that yet,
Like okay, on the mileyst Big Miley, I listen to everything.

Speaker 2 (21:45):
What's your guilty pleasure right now?

Speaker 1 (21:47):
Like as far as music, Oh, what's all? I got
some Spanish it on my.

Speaker 4 (21:59):
M M.

Speaker 1 (22:00):
You know what they be saying, no nost called peppers.
Pepper is down. That's old.

Speaker 2 (22:12):
And you know what they're saying.

Speaker 1 (22:13):
What they're saying, yeah, not like.

Speaker 7 (22:18):
But that's like two years old.

Speaker 1 (22:18):
That's a year old.

Speaker 7 (22:22):
That means he's been to a crossover club. And you
see how people react to it.

Speaker 6 (22:25):
Yeah, yeah, the club with one white girl.

Speaker 1 (22:34):
In New York.

Speaker 2 (22:36):
You haven't been in town.

Speaker 3 (22:37):
You've been going to town.

Speaker 2 (22:41):
The Puerto Rican, Dominican in New York.

Speaker 1 (22:42):
Huhquire though.

Speaker 4 (22:48):
Music guilty My love that song. I swear to.

Speaker 1 (22:55):
God, this is one Dominican rapper called Roachie. You are
get a tone with him.

Speaker 2 (23:01):
Roachie.

Speaker 1 (23:05):
I ain't gonna allot to tell you. Little truck Coller truck.
You know what I'm saying. I'm trying to crash or
something something, something freaky for sure.

Speaker 8 (23:18):
Now, Robert, the true that you drove yourself to the
hospital after you got shot.

Speaker 2 (23:22):
No facts mm hmm, like what happened? If you don't
mind talking about it.

Speaker 4 (23:26):
I don't want to talk about that ship. We got
so much upski ship going on. They want to talk
about you know what I'm saying.

Speaker 2 (23:33):
Yeah, I'm glad you're still here.

Speaker 8 (23:36):
I'm glad you're still here now, you stay skilled when
you be on stage, you be trying to channel You're
into Michael Jackson.

Speaker 2 (23:41):
What's that mean?

Speaker 1 (23:42):
I just feel like Michael Jackson and Chris Brown like
the greatest entertainers ever. So whatever they do, I can't
dance and I can't dance, but whatever I can do
like them to make the crowd interrect with me or
be on that same level. Like I take my performance series,
I'd be like I'm like a take risks and prosper

(24:04):
I might climb. I don't. I'm scared of heights, water
and everything, but i might jump in the pool if
it's there water.

Speaker 2 (24:15):
You know you can't dance though you ever tried it,
maybe got some training.

Speaker 1 (24:18):
Yeah, I tried it, but it just don't feel right.

Speaker 2 (24:25):
That's crazy, Like what kind of dances did you try?

Speaker 1 (24:28):
I tried to Chris Brown dance like what that crumping
what they call it? I tried at kung fu, Like.

Speaker 2 (24:35):
You went to somebody to teach you how to do it.

Speaker 1 (24:37):
No, my sister dances. I'll just watching videos. I did
it at one of my shows. They went crazy. I'm
looking at the feel I'm like, oh I look weak, damn.

Speaker 2 (24:53):
And you feel like you've shifted the coach I've seen
you say.

Speaker 1 (24:57):
I feel like me and Rob like just made people
focus on I think like for the longest hip hop
is based off hate. I feel like we're bringing more
love to it, you know, I think we shifting the
culture in that way. See more people rapping about big
females up buying stuff from doing stuff like that. I
feel like even though we hip hop artists and it's

(25:17):
more hardcore, I feel like we're bringing more love in
our own way. Like music was so based off ops
and shooting people and doing all this stuff. I feel
like on the radio see a lot of more fun
music now.

Speaker 8 (25:31):
And I can see that because you know, it feels
like hearing y'all talk is refreshing because it's like y'all
actually taking the music serious, and y'all want to get
the most out the music game, Like y'all want to
do records for the ladies. You want to do songs
with it, Dell, you're doing festivals like if you if
you won't get opportunity.

Speaker 2 (25:46):
To do it, do it.

Speaker 4 (25:47):
It is really like you just want to make money
and you and you realize these girls is the one
that spending the money like dudes ain't spending the money
like they don't have money. You feel like you said
when you asked me, did I want to go work?
I didn't want to go work. Girls going to get
jobs like and they spending it like you know what
I'm saying news is not having money out.

Speaker 1 (26:14):
And then it's just like the guys. A lot of
guys just too cool to come see Rob and scal
it down. They want to If that girl like you,
they don't like you. It's just I don't know why
how it happens like that, If that girl like you,
they don't like you, especially at our level, they feel
like we can reach them, like you know, they don't

(26:35):
feel like that girl can reach Chris Brown. We like
they feel like we might just DM them back or something,
so it'd be like.

Speaker 2 (26:43):
Learn to dance.

Speaker 1 (26:46):
Yeah, I don't know what you're going on with them.
I be in my own world though. I don't we
want nobody, girl, I just you know, I like making music,
being blessed like I'm a girl and daddy for.

Speaker 8 (27:00):
Real, Rob, how to old J's embraced you in your city,
like like the the Waynes and the bird Man's.

Speaker 2 (27:07):
Folks like that.

Speaker 4 (27:08):
They embraced me when I first before I even got
known I had tent final. That was the big one
in my city. So like I told you, I've been
I've been him before, like my daddy was him. Like
you know what I'm saying, they've been embraced me. Beman
was the first parson trying.

Speaker 1 (27:26):
To sign A matter of fact, why didnt you do
that one?

Speaker 4 (27:29):
Then? I was at the time it was getting evicted
and bird Man like you know, he hit you and
two months later I couldn't do that, like because we
was on the U haul, Like you know what I'm saying. Yeah,
just the first check came. I really ain't caret.

Speaker 7 (27:44):
He needed that to get out of you. You wasn't
you would have preferred to do that, possibly, but it
was just for sure.

Speaker 2 (27:49):
Oh so that that was a dream signing to somebody
for sure.

Speaker 4 (27:52):
Yeah, man, I wanted to sign a bird Man, but
it was it if I signed a bird Man. And
when I was moving back to the trench, I'm like,
very man, probably don't even come back and get me
because probably something going to happen by the time he
come back, you know what I'm saying. So I just
had to go with it.

Speaker 1 (28:08):
Mthing coming out this Friday?

Speaker 4 (28:12):
Oh yeah, turned about that drink the song I'm dropping
okay featured.

Speaker 1 (28:20):
Okay, I seen the video to.

Speaker 4 (28:23):
That's crazy.

Speaker 1 (28:23):
What y'all shooting at?

Speaker 4 (28:26):
I signed in Miami lit in the video?

Speaker 1 (28:30):
What you said post? I just thought I seeing the
video was on the jet. Oh yeah, that's all right.
Yeah that don't even know. Oh yeah I dropped.

Speaker 8 (28:43):
What does success look like for y'all too, Like when
y'all put out music, when y'all put out videos, like
what is that? What does success look like? When you
put out this song on Friday? What does success looks like?

Speaker 4 (28:54):
You know? It's funny before like I was, I was thinking,
I'm like, man, I just won't drop music like because
I had it was a time where I had drop.
I ain't dropped nothing until I dropped my mind home
by then and stuff like like, man, everything is successful
to me as long as I get my idea off,
I'm cool with it. Money, keep rolling in, taking care
of my family. It's all I kept out for real,

(29:16):
because when we was, they ain't had nothing, Like what
was my goal?

Speaker 1 (29:20):
Like?

Speaker 4 (29:21):
You know what I'm saying, You got to keep your
goal the same. That's how I been thinking lately.

Speaker 1 (29:25):
About you, like success for music or success life like both.

Speaker 2 (29:30):
I mean, if you if you look at them going
handing in.

Speaker 1 (29:33):
If I looked at successful music, because I think it's
like they try to you can. You can forge numbers now,
like through stuff like that. I like, I think success
is when I go out to a crowd and the
single word for word, that success to me, Like real life,
I feel like we run away from reality and just
run towards false reality. We look at numbers, people faking

(29:58):
streams and doing all this type of stuff. I look
at real street stuff going on, like, you know, like
I rather me, I'd rather sell c D's out the
trunk again. I'd rather go back to that era because
it's like who really like outside? Like who that who
people really like?

Speaker 4 (30:16):
You know?

Speaker 1 (30:18):
And then he had the most streams and whenever when
me and Rob walking the club, they screaming our name,
but he got eighty billion streams. So it's like, I
think real love and admiration, that's what I think success.
And then like for life success, I just like, like
he said, I just want everybody around me happy, taking

(30:39):
care of That's cool for me.

Speaker 2 (30:43):
Now, So you keep you keep your family around. You
keep your family very cool for sure. Everybody got a
job in your operation.

Speaker 4 (30:50):
My sister to kill, my money, my child's booking, my
brother coming everywhere with me, like my daddy got everything everything,
my family. I don't really be judging people.

Speaker 1 (31:02):
That's beautiful. I mean my my family, I just keep
them out the way. I'll be having so much going on,
you feel me. I make sure all my business straights.
I got account and saw that I'm hands on. I
got assistant, my manager stay with me. And that's just
what it is for me. My family. I got like

(31:23):
just a media family, my sister, and then like I
just put them up. I just I don't want them
to be around music. I don't like It's not like
I don't see you are strong one. Like I just
can't have them around it. It's so so many people
be trying to put so many players and stuff like that.

(31:46):
And I know how me and Rob is like he
liked me, like he a crash about this ship. So
it's like here's and then I'll be outside a lot.
Rober go to the studio and take care of his business.
Me I'll be going to love and stuff like that.
Rob he got his support system with him. They go
to the studio and go handle their business. Me, I'm

(32:07):
a little bit more like it's newer than me. I'm fresher,
and so it's be like I'm still doing stuff that
I ain't never did, Like you know, I was in
Starless till five o'clock last night. It's just what I
be on. I can't have my mom my sister around
that type of stuff. It's just too dangerous. Nigga might
not like me because of a girl rappers around envious,

(32:29):
Like I don't be on that. I don't even hang
with nobody for it ain't g herbo like I don't
really be on that twenty five.

Speaker 2 (32:39):
You said you tried to keep your family away, right.

Speaker 4 (32:42):
Yeah, like I was. I had like different manager and
shit like, but there was a point I had no
manager and then my mom had just stepped in. Like man,
that's just what it is. It's a point I tell
you page like, I don't want nobody seeing you or nothing.

Speaker 1 (32:57):
That's how I got that one.

Speaker 4 (32:58):
You got so much smoke that take Bro may be
having someone smoke like I don't want nobody knowing nothing
about me, Like I just told you to go over
that don't get a camera because that's just how it be.

Speaker 6 (33:10):
Like you know what I'm saying, that's good, that's the
way to protect your family.

Speaker 1 (33:13):
Yeah, because people people target what you love. They can't
really get at us, like feel me, like we got
security around, we got all type of stuff going on.
It's it's fifty niggas around, like they can't really get
at us. So somebody will target what you love. That
so I don't even post my mama nothing, like you
don't even do that, like, because it's just a certain

(33:33):
way you gotta move. People be weird, those stalkers, all
types of stuff. They just like people just like to
bother you, you know, for no reason. And then like
where I'm from, like, well I don't really be too
like no, I'll be trying to stay away from that
because I know where my mind gonna go and I'm
gonna take it, so I just I'll be off it.

(33:55):
I'll be trying to push peace, you know, so I
stay away from all.

Speaker 2 (34:01):
And it's all rooted and jealousy and envy.

Speaker 4 (34:05):
Girls, what it is, girls, Every problem in as well
with a dude and another dude started from a girl.

Speaker 1 (34:13):
M hm.

Speaker 2 (34:16):
That's why you're so faithful to your one exactly.

Speaker 5 (34:21):
They want to go public with your relationship. I said,
what made you want to go public with your relationship?

Speaker 4 (34:26):
I don't even think I really wanted to public, Like
I didn't post it. Then. I'm like, like I thought
about what we're talking about right now. I can't like
because I don't want her to be feeling like not
ship outside girls. She won't be like all right hell
because it's not like nothing wrong with them, like, but
it's just like I like a homebody, Like I don't know,

(34:48):
I just.

Speaker 1 (34:51):
Truth.

Speaker 4 (34:52):
Man, you are right, but now because I got a
song called home By, they're gonna get on my as now.
But I just like, I just like the girl I
fell in love with when I was nineteen, Like, I
don't want her turn into nothing differently.

Speaker 1 (35:07):
That's wrong with that, that's wrong.

Speaker 2 (35:10):
And skill.

Speaker 5 (35:10):
I know you got a new single dropping wifey, talk
to me about that. Any any inspirations for the record
you want to get into You got.

Speaker 1 (35:18):
A wife, yo. I was just really awesome in the
studio trying to make another girl song.

Speaker 4 (35:23):
Boom.

Speaker 1 (35:24):
I was trying my heart. There's no cat was in there,
think Sean King. She told them to get on the song.
You got on the song, and then it was it
was cool, Like I would just be trying to do
what worked for real for me, Like that's all this
is for me, A means to the end. I'm trying
to get some more money so I could get some
more properties. I don't be like when I'm thirty thirty five,

(35:45):
I'm be done rapping. I'm visit here. I'll go buy
an island or something. Ain't trying to wrap something fifty
I'm cool. You gotta go right now. I'd be like
and starless last night.

Speaker 4 (36:00):
Coming right back with him.

Speaker 5 (36:03):
Initially questions she asked that Sean Kingston produced Wifey.

Speaker 1 (36:08):
No, he adn't producer, but he was in there, okay.

Speaker 2 (36:10):
Was he comfortable? Did he look like he looked at
that picture the other day with the white people?

Speaker 3 (36:14):
The picture you talk about, boy, you pull it up,
talk about I think he was on his balcony wearing
some tidy whities.

Speaker 2 (36:25):
What you talking about? Not about?

Speaker 1 (36:28):
No, damn, what picture?

Speaker 7 (36:29):
What you gonna show him?

Speaker 2 (36:30):
He looked comfortable?

Speaker 1 (36:32):
He did. He was in the privacy of his home.
But got it.

Speaker 2 (36:34):
You don't let them man.

Speaker 4 (36:37):
Sean kings the Will and even want to see the picture.

Speaker 1 (36:41):
I don't really be on the internet. I'll be deleted
my page all the time. My life would be mad
at me.

Speaker 2 (36:48):
Being that y'all come from the trenches.

Speaker 8 (36:50):
Do y'all still feel like pressure to be a part
of the streets in your respective cities.

Speaker 4 (36:57):
Man, I was just thinking about this. I was talking
to my brother. I'm like, man, like, you know, you
got your own stuff going on in your sad like,
and I was just like, man, I'm so tired of
having to deal with that, you know what I'm saying.
Like as much as you like, I got, you know
what I'm saying, it's a point, brother, I got something.

(37:18):
I'm happy, Like, I just don't even want to deal
broke people, broke niggas. That just hating on the nigga. Like,
I think I'm just over that. Like even going back
to the hood, Like I go back to the hood
like every now and then, but I'm low key, like
I don't really want I don't really want to do it.

Speaker 2 (37:36):
I wan't bring them with me, like show and I
go back there, you want to show them something different?

Speaker 4 (37:42):
Exactly? What's the point of keep going back to the hood? Yeah,
just pointless.

Speaker 1 (37:49):
About you, man, I told you Rob way more mature
than me. I steal every time I go to the
same here this bitch. It just be like where I'm from,
the streets is just a big part of all culture.
Like you feel me. We don't got successful people like
bird Man and stuff to look up to and say like, yeah,

(38:11):
they can sign us. They ain't doing that where we're from,
Like they looking up the skill of baby like they
doing that. Like so I can't not go back because
it's like it's just be like survivors remorse, Like it
be a bunch of kids. I just gotta touch. I
just sometimes I go to the schools and just let
them touch me.

Speaker 4 (38:29):
Like I just go to aady. I did that like
when I default, you like I went back to the hood, yes, straight,
Like what you are right now is just like I'm
like a year ahead of it, a year and a
half ahead of it. So much that happened to him.
I'm like, man, you ain't gonna be here to go
touch them kids, like this is really what it is.

Speaker 1 (38:48):
I think like this, I've been shot too. I got shot.
I got shot at right after that at the casino,
Like i'd be I'd be going through the same stuff.
It just be like with these kids in Detroit, like
y'all got some traitors. Shit, we was the murder cab
for a minute. Two. It's like these kids like they

(39:09):
they're the same kids everywhere in the world and the trenches.
But it just be like for me, it's different because
like I be feeling like I got to do it,
like I feeling like it's my job, like you know,
I be feeling like I just feel like and I
know it's not like I get my mama be on
my ass about this, like you don't gotta do it,
but I be feeling like I gotta do it, like

(39:30):
you know, and just it's just it's just different. Like
and the minute I'm gonna start booking y'all to come
touch the kids like you feel me Like that's just
what I want for them because they going through it
so much like I went through it. You went through it,
so it'd be like us going through that. I don't
be wanting if I could say, one child, bro, I

(39:50):
just do it, like I'll just.

Speaker 6 (39:51):
Do it just like you said, Like you know, you
trying to retire when you're thirty five and you're making
this money to buy properties. You can start foundations and
like rec centers and stuff like that, like you know,
cat and shit to get a lot of them off
the street because you're real passionate about it. Passionate about
it seemed to be so like you can still change
that and still not have to be in the street.

(40:14):
You know, so connect even though it is a part
of where you are. You know, elevate that and show
them kids that too, because that'll make them want to
get out the sane.

Speaker 8 (40:23):
And y'all know what the kids need because y'all come
from it, y'all, y'all know what the kids need, probably
more than the elected officials that y'all know exactly what
them kids need.

Speaker 2 (40:30):
The better themselves.

Speaker 1 (40:31):
And that's why I was telling y'all he more matured
than me, like that, just maturity too, is gonna come
down like my maturity level. Like I'm mature, I got
my life together, but I still fall in the same
trap doing the same stuff. Like I don't know why.
It's just it's like whatever, like the little hole, the
little black hole, like I just I fall into it.

(40:52):
Like people know, like and Detroit a mother, like they
know what to do to click you back out. You know,
so it'd be like it'd be like that.

Speaker 7 (41:06):
It's a beautiful city though the trust.

Speaker 1 (41:10):
Yeah, O day you gave give six d bikes to
the hook I gave twenty thousand the folk girls, so
they lost lost school too. They just be like off
the street, I'd be doing that type of stuff, but
off the.

Speaker 2 (41:30):
Street two hundred and eighty guns off the street.

Speaker 1 (41:33):
Yeah, I'll be doing that type of stuff. And I
still don't mean nothing to me, like them kids, like
I just be wanting to touch them. I swear to God,
I understand, swear to God, like them kids at them
schools and shif I.

Speaker 2 (41:45):
Remember, like you want to be the adult that you
needed as a kid.

Speaker 1 (41:48):
Yeah, just like I just know, like if if Rob
Fo nine the Skiller came to my school, I might
have came every day just to see if Rob Fo
nine was coming at one day, you know, just that chance,
Like all right, Rob might come one day off the year.
I'm gonna come every day because I might miss that day.
Rob come to my shit? You feel me?

Speaker 2 (42:09):
So you locked in with elected officials in your city
and stuff, for sure.

Speaker 1 (42:13):
That's the only way I get stuff done. They just
gave me, like Hometown Hero Award or something like that,
like the city council and stuff like. But we big
on like I give back, But I don't be saying
I give back like I ain't want to done. I
ain't doing it for the camera. I'm doing it to
make it. Like I said, I want to touch your kids.
I want to build my community up. Like nobody know

(42:34):
I did a gun by back. My label was trying
to push it. I don't want to push it though,
ain't my narrative trying to do that.

Speaker 5 (42:41):
Yeah, I was gonna ask about it because I saw it,
and then I don't see it anymore where you found
on your page because.

Speaker 1 (42:46):
I don't be doing it. I only posted it. I
told them they don't even put me on a flyer,
like I ain't even go to the gun by Back
because I don't want to be a distraction from the cause, right,
Like I don't want to be in the city and
everybody want to take a thousand pictures, want you all
to get your record expose and get you all guns
off the street. It ain't fun. It ain't a skill
of baby meet and greet. Yeah, it's dope that smart

(43:10):
to be talking about. Hen't mature. No, but like maturity.
I'm just talking about like you. You you disciplined enough.
I watch you, I watch everybody. You disciplined enough to
be like, No, I ain't going to the club name,
that's dangerous. I'm going to do what worked for me
and pay my bills and keep my mama safe. I'm

(43:31):
going to the club doing retarded stuff. Feel me, And
that's what I'm saying. Maturity, you know you know, like
you disciplined enough to be like I'm going to the studio.
I know it worked. I know it worked for me.
This this is my job.

Speaker 4 (43:44):
Feel me.

Speaker 1 (43:44):
You'll get there though.

Speaker 2 (43:46):
You already that the life is about being the perfect
balance of life is being ratchet and righteous.

Speaker 1 (43:53):
Even this like this, I ain't even gonna say no
names or nothing like this. I'm telling like me and
Rob talk a lot. I'm like, I did this, this
and that, and he like, no, don't do that, because
you're gonna you're gonna mess up the record. You ain't
even gonna get this opportunity you feel and stuff I
know he can do. He ain't doing it, but I'm

(44:14):
still doing it in it and really messed up my record,
like a big record. So it's like, you know, stuff
like that.

Speaker 8 (44:20):
You had a big record, you were supposed to do
an artist. They want to do it because there's some
stuff going on in Detroit.

Speaker 4 (44:28):
The world don't know why he did it.

Speaker 2 (44:35):
Don't let nobody be y'all off y'all path man. Y'all
are two very focused brothers. Don't let nobody trick y'all
off the street.

Speaker 8 (44:40):
Y'all just keep doing, keep doing what y'all doing, Keep
go first, stay humble, keep working, keep your family close.

Speaker 2 (44:45):
Y'all gonna be out.

Speaker 1 (44:47):
I appreciate you, appreciate you have.

Speaker 7 (44:48):
This skal of baby. It's Rob four nine. It's the
Breakfast Club. Good morning, Wake that ass up in the morning.

Speaker 4 (44:55):
The Breakfast Club.

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