Last night was a blast on Lip Service with rapper/producer Kwame, his hilarious artist Beyond Belief and Big Snoop Dogg who stopped by for a quickie.
In our short time with Uncle Snoop he talked about everything from Suge to Lil Wayne to his “dazzling” performance in the bedroom.
We ended the night with a three-way freestyle from Kwame (He’s still a rapper!), Beyond Belief, whose album What About Bob? drops next week and Brooklyn’s own, Kel Spencer who stopped by to promote his new release, Salon Stories.
Here are the HIGHlights:
– Snoop on how “New York, New York” turned into an East Coast diss record:
“We never intended to diss nobody from New York. That song was taken from Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel. That’s an original New York song, it’s basically a tribute. But when them niggas popped at me, I said fuck that and made a diss video.”
– Snoop on Kurupt rapping for Suge and Dre for the first time at Dr. Dre’s birthday party:
“Suge said, if nigga wack we throwin’ him in the pool, if he’s dope we’re giving him a deal.”
– Snoop on supposedly dissing Lil Wayne:
“If I got issues, I go after a nigga motherfuckin’ head. I’m not finna shot at your shoes, or shoot at the spot where your baby momma at, I’m finna take your motherfuckin’ neck off. I don’t have no problems with no rappers, that was me speaking in general. So if a nigga feel offended, or feel froggish, leap motherfucker.”
– Kwame selling a beat to LL Cool J—the first major artist he worked with as a producer:
“That was pretty much trickery because they didn’t know it was me…I was in the studio laying the beat down and Todd walks in and is like, ‘What are you doing here?'”