Cilvaringz recently answered somebody’s call as to why he had so much RZA beats on his album, and Uey barely. This was in reaction to a clip of U-gods Fallen Soldier DVD, which came out three or so years ago, where U-God shows his emotions about him and RZA. I strongly advise everybody to cop it. It’s a nice dvd to watch. But Bare in mind this is all old beef. Form when his Hillside Scramblers project dropped.
I would actually answer faster if it only were for some more decent talk in here… lotta yall going off with that ‘suck rza dick, wu dickrider’ and other nonsense…
I don’t know why RZA gave me more beats than U-God. I stayed dedicated to my work, maybe that’s it. I’m not the greatest emcee, not trying to be neither, just trying to do my best and spit whatever was on the mind. RZA and I spend a lot of time together between 2003 and 2005, when we were doing all of those tours, during the shoots of Derailed in London, on the Clan tour, his birthday in Egypt, all of that. He took me and DJ Sueside along as brothers and I got to hear alot of beats, many amazing beats that I hoped would end up on 8 Diagrams.
I caught him in a couple of creative moments and that was that. I never paid him for any of it, neither did I pay for any of my Clan featurings.
In addition, I must say I done gave the entire Clan alot of beat CDs over the years, mostly from myself and Bronze. Why only a few ended up being recorded and released I don’t know, but I gave alot and still do. I gave Meth 150 beats once and he liked each one of them and rhymed for 3 hours straight to all of them, but not one beat was ever recorded, why? I don’t know. Ghost did the Guerilla Hood thing, and this Rainy Dayz Part 2 type of song that my man Blastah did, but he just told me yesterday that he recorded it, but couldn’t fit it with the Big Dough Rehab tracklisting. Deck took the ‘Lil Story beat without my knowledge and I tried hollaring at him about it, but in my entire career I must’ve spoken to Deck like twice, that’s it.
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