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Zaytoven Gives More Details on Drake & Gucci Mane's 6'ers Project

Zaytoven stopped by VladTV to talk with us about Gucci Mane and Drake's new mixtape; he talked about what led up to the tape and the progress on it. "We were shooting a video for 'Gucci's Home' and Drake just showed up... they got to talking, you know how Gucci is, and he was like aye man we oughta do something let's do a tape together.." The tape is going to be named the 6ers due to Gucci Mane being from Atlanta's "Zone 6," and Drake being from the side of Toronto labeled "The 6." Zaytoven said him and Mike Will Made It are already making beats for the tape.

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Zaytoven

Sonny Digital on Working with Que: I Can Tell Him a Song is Wack & He's Cool

Famed producer Sonny Digital and rapper Que showed the world the power of their combined talents on their Forbes Atlanta mixtape in 2013, and the two artists sat down with VladTV to speak about their long friendship which dates back to middle school. Sonny explained that he was making beats when they first met, while Que was playing basketball, and the two would later come together after Que lost his college scholarship.

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Sonny Digital

Scott Storch: My Living Expenses Were $1M a Month, Including a Blunt Roller

Scott Storch spoke exclusively to VladTV about living life in excess at the height of his career, which included monthly expenses of $1,000,000 and hiring a staff member whose sole job was to roll Scott's blunts. The famed record producer also said that he would have at least fifteen exotic vehicles in his fleet, including one of the first Bugatti Veyron sports cars to ever be sold.

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Scott Storch

Lex Luger: Kanye Called and Talked for 2 Hours Before Revealing Who He Was

Producer Lex Luger famously worked with Kanye on his 2011 hit "H.A.M.," and he spoke with VladTV about the process of meeting Kanye. When asked about his first time talking to the rapper, Lex told us that he got a call from a Paris number and he ended up speaking on the phone with the person for two hours, only to find out it was Kanye at the end of the conversation. When asked if he wanted to hang up at any point during the phone call, Lex told us that he was "sucked in" the conversation, despite not knowing who was on the other end.

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Lex Luger

Lex Luger Says There's No Beef with Azealia Banks Over $40 Session Dispute

Earlier this month Atlanta producer Lex Luger got into a spat with Azealia Banks regarding a beat he gave her to record over. Once she sent back the hook for the track, however, Lex had second thoughts. "I loved the beat, I just didn't like how she did the record," he admitted to DJ Vlad. "I didn't want my name on it, honestly."

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Lex Luger

Scott Storch on Fallout with Dr. Dre: I Burnt a Lot of Bridges with My Drug Use

In this interview, Scott Storch, opened up about how he met Dr. Dre and working on some of his hits such as, "Still Dre" and "Big Ego's." Although Storch admits, initially, Dre wouldn't let him leave after playing the piano for him during their first meeting, he revealed his drug abuse led to their fallout toward the end of their working relationship. "I burnt a lot of bridges with my drug use and pissed a lot of people off," he said.

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Scott Storch

Scott Storch Discusses Possibility of Being on Kanye's "Waves" Album

Scott Storch is currently in the stage of building his career back up, and the famed producer spoke to us about the recent projects he's been working on, including being in the studio with Kanye West. When asked about the possibility of being on the Chicago rapper's upcoming album, "Waves," Scott told us, "I hope so."

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Scott Storch

Scott Storch Details Dropping Out in 9th Grade & Linking Up With The Roots

Famed music producer Scott Storch opened up to VladTV about his path to success in music, which included him writing songs at 11 years old and teaching himself how to play piano. Storch explained that he got his first big break when he dropped out of school in ninth grade to be the keyboardist for "The Square Roots," which later turned into The Roots. After admitting that it felt good to have produced a gold album when he was only 18, Scott said that he left the group in search to be a full-time producer and to escape being known as "the white keyboardist for The Roots."

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Scott Storch

Young Chop: Kanye Doesn't Do Enough for Chicago Artists

Chief Keef had a name in Chicago pre-Kanye West, but when 'Ye remixed "I Don't Like" he put a spotlight on a city and genre that was once-rarely acknowledged in this day and age. "But was that enough?," Young Chop pondered as him and DJ Vlad discussed Kanye's role in promoting Chicago artists. "That's not enough for me. Let's find the next motherf**kin' Chief Keef or even better. 'Cause we got that s**t here. That's all I want n***as to do."

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Young Chop

Young Chop Denies Waka Flocka Originated Drill: He Was Influenced by Us

A while back Waka Flocka agreed with an interviewer who claimed he is the originator of drill music, a style recently popularized by Chicago rap artists. When we asked Young Chop about it during our latest interview with him, his response was clear. "He couldn't because he was around a lot of Chicago n***as," Chop said. The 22-year-old went on to further explain his point by claiming a majority of Waka's professional music videos are shot in Chicago. "You was [sic] influenced by us," Chop later added.

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Young Chop