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DJ Mustard: I Don't Call My Music "Ratchet"

Published on Jun 11, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - DJ Mustard spoke with VladTV about the
many perceptions of his musical sound in this clip from his
interview with VladTV.
Mustard clarified that he doesn't think of his music as being
"ratchet," but rather "normal Hip-Hop music." The Cali native spoke
on how he has the ability to change up his signature sounds to
please different fanbases, and how his sounds have been
constantly associated with music coming from the Bay Area.

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DJ Mustard on Who He Vibes With the Most in Studio

Published on May 17, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - DJ Mustard shares who he gets along with the most in the studio, aside from his good friend YG, revealing that he and Ty Dolla $ign get along really well. He adds that, "people don't know that Ty is really incredible," and says that Ty has the power to take the rap game to the next level.

The conversation then turns to him doing "Na Na" for Trey Songz, and says that the R&B singer came up with the track on the spot. He also details his experience working with 2 Chainz, whom Mustard says does anything he asks.

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DJ Mustard: I Gave Kanye West Over 100 Beats

Published on May 7, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - LA's DJ Mustard chopped it up with VladTV about working with Kanye West and hitting the studio with Jennifer Lopez.

Mustard says it was an honor to work with Yeezy on "Sanctified," a stand out on Rick Ross' last album "Mastermind." Mustard revealed that the two actually cut several songs together in the studio, and that he handed over at least 100 beats to Kanye to listen to in hopes of future collaborations.

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Young Chop: "I Don't Like" Is My All Time Top Beat

Published on May 4, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - Young Chop names the top three beats he's ever produced, and says that Chief Keef's "I Don't Like" is his favorite. He explained that it means so much to him because it was the first record that got him global attention. Coming in second is "Love Sosa," followed by Lil Reese's "Us," which he said "is never going anywhere."

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DJ Mustard Details Features for Debut "10 Summers"

Published on May 1, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - Red hot producer DJ Mustard opens up about what it's been like for him as an artist under Roc Nation, revealing that it's unlike working with other labels out there. He explains that he can have an open dialogue with Jay Z at any time, and isn't given the run-around for a conversation.

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Young Chop: Kanye Knew Yeezus Wasn't Fan Favorite

Published on Apr 27, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - Young Chop opens up about working with Kanye on Yeezus, explaining that he served as a production consultant for the album, giving Kanye a "younger input" on songs. When asked about the record not being a favorite among fans, Young Chop said that Kanye knew that when making the album, but wanted to prove that he could do anything.

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Young Chop on His "Young Chop on the Beat" Tag

Published on Apr 17, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - spoke with VladTV about upcoming projects and how his now infamous "Young Chop on the beat" tag originally came to be.

He revealed that Diddy reached out to him to work on an upcoming project, and that he'll definitely be featured on the next Juicy J album.

Chop also revealed that his signature "Young Chop on the beat" drop is really his younger cousin's voice who recorded it six years ago when he was only four years old.

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Bangladesh: I Don't Think Gucci Mane Needs Jail

Published on Apr 8, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - Bangladesh opens up about his relationship with Gucci Mane, saying that the last time they worked together was in May of 2013. When asked about his epic Twitter meltdown, Bangladesh says that he doesn't pay too much attention to that.

He adds that he really "f*cks with Gucci," and says that he doesn't feel like Gucci needs jail, but admits that he might need something to help him out.


Young Chop: There's Too Much Money for Rapper Beef

Published on Apr 9, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - Young Chop opens up about why he named his mixtape "Precious," saying that he was just messing with people who said he looked like Gabourey Sidibe. When asked about most people getting mad at comments like that, Chop said it doesn't bother him because he's not about beef or drama.

Adding to the conversation, the Chicago super producer said that he's never understood rapper beef, because there's too much money out there for people to be beefing. He also shares that most big time people engage in fake beef and are "characters."

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Young Chop's Not Feeling Chief Keef's "F*ck Rehab"

Published on Apr 3, 2014
http://www.vladtv.com - Young Chop shares his thoughts on Chief Keef's "F*ck Rehab" track, and admits that he doesn't like it. He adds that "Chief already knows what it is. It was a label decision." When asked about people saying that Chief Keef doesn't sound the same unless he's working with Young Chop, the producer says that he agrees, and reveals that he tells Keef that to his face.

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