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Video: 2 Chainz Interview w/ Angie Martinez

Here’s a portion of Chainz interview with Angie. He speaks on expectations for the album, reminisces about his pops and brags about his grill game (bbq, not mouf).

Stream more of the interview below.

Previously: Nardwuar vs. 2 Chainz


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52 Responses to “Video: 2 Chainz Interview w/ Angie Martinez”

  1. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    eskay Says: August 16th, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    nas lost.

    >& you’re a hoe hobbit blogger but life goes on.

  2. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    ”that first comment is prime ether real estate!”©brian ennals

  3. Shooter Says:

    I just wish Dream had gone into specific details about the ghostwriting

    Instead of a paragraph about how she’s a victim

  4. ChainHeavy Says:

    Being one of the greatest rappers of all time<<<Being one of the greatest rappers of all time while continously making the best financial and life descisions possible

  5. Harlem World Says:

    allhiphop.com/2012/08/16/hip-hop-rumors-bow-wow-wants-more-from-cash-money/

    the man is deluded

    youre a tax write off, dont take it personal

    nobody is checking for your music

  6. S.I.C.K Says:

    So B finally gathered the heart to commit dat?

    And Sarjo admitted to being in commenter/witness protection program?

  7. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    hov > nas

    & thas jus off the strenf of being an all around olympian of this hip hop culture.

    ”i got 5 more rings than jordan has!”©jus da facts

  8. Harlem World Says:

    jay-z >>>>

    hes made it that so many people get paid off of him, that its in their best interest for him to succeed

    *buys 300’000 shares of Jay-Z Corporation*

  9. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    I just wish Dream had gone into specific details about the ghostwriting

    > women are emotionally unstable. after she tweeted outta turn she can’t provide anymore evidence to further enrage her political connects so it’s best that her line of defense come in the form of about faced feminism.

    swole head damage control…if you will.

  10. 7v5a7 Says:

    eskay Says:
    August 16th, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    nas lost.

    ^^^
    Jay may have the money, global superstardom, & the bangin R&B chick
    BUT, He dont have the one thing money cant buy…

    Nas’s legend status on the top of the game.

    Jay tried to take him out, but couldnt do it.

    Nas >>>

  11. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Rip Bow wow

    Just go act man

  12. Harlem World Says:

    i think b wised up

    he was doing his lil keystyle thing earlier

    and as a man, i just said gave him some advice

    and the last comment he made was, peace nah

  13. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Reality hurts

  14. sealsaa Says:

    With Team USA announcing its roster for the Olympics earlier this year, barbershops around the nation buzzed with the discussion of whether or not the new team could hold a torch to the original 1992 Dream Team. NBA 2K13 executive producer Jay-Z thought it would be a great idea to let these two juggernauts square off on the virtual court. 

    “He asked, ‘Did you get the original Dream Team?’ We were like, ‘We have most of the players, but not all of them,’” recalls senior producer Rob Jones. Most of the players were available for the right price, but Barkley was still playing hard to get. Jay-Z wasn’t having it.

    “He said, ‘What do you mean not going to have the Dream Team?’ Jones remembers. “We said, ‘We don’t feel that it would be useful if you don’t have Barkley on it, and Barkley has notoriously not wanted to be in games since he retired.’ He said, ‘That’s crap.’”

    The rap mogul, Rocawear founder, partial owner of the Brooklyn Nets, and longtime basketball fan demanded Barkley’s phone number. In less than 24 hours, Barkley was on board. 
    —————————————-

  15. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    The rap mogul, Rocawear founder, partial owner of the Brooklyn Nets, and longtime basketball fan demanded Barkley’s phone number. In less than 24 hours, Barkley was on board.

    > BONG!

  16. Harlem World Says:

    imagine if jay-z falls off

    welp

    gonna be alot of unemployed execs, artists, promoters, journalists, etc

    the list is endless

    the game needs him

  17. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    ”i got my foot on the throat of the pulse of this rap game & i ain lettin up! Yup!”

  18. Bones Jackson Says:

    Jay-Z can’t fall off…

    He would have to do something highly illegal..

    He doesn’t even have to rap anymore, he could just market his old material and do concerts

  19. The Shot Clock Says:

    eskay Says: August 16th, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    nas lost.

    ^

    this is facts tho. and dont come at me with that camelnation bullshit cause i’m prob the biggest camel hater on this site.

    nas hired stic and Jay e to basically create most of that album for him. all the whining in the world won’t make that untrue and it doesn’t discount his influence on the game.

    but its a big stain on his record.

  20. Bricktop Says:

    ”i got 5 more rings than jordan has!”©jus da facts
    ^
    What are we considering “rings” tho?

  21. Bones Jackson Says:

    I wonder if Bleek is still in that will…

  22. The Shot Clock Says:

    niggas is really buying into 2chainz huh

    the hype machine in 2012 is next level

  23. Bricktop Says:

    And lmao at this dumb broad using the feminist movement in a vain attempt to salvage what’s left of her petty journalistic reputation.

    Eskay, you taking notes?

  24. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Jay Z, tho >>>>>

    Even as a Nas stan, you can’t do anything but respect it. We need more like him (in their own ways, of course).

  25. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Although I can’t fuck with the calculated portrayal of himself (and Ye) as revolutionaries when he stands elbow-to-elbow with nefarious corporations.

  26. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    this is facts tho. and dont come at me with that camelnation bullshit cause i’m prob the biggest camel hater on this site.

    nas hired stic and Jay e to basically create most of that album for him. all the whining in the world won’t make that untrue and it doesn’t discount his influence on the game.

    but its a big stain on his record.

    ^^

    So WTT wasn’t Kanye’s brainchild?

    Shut up, b.

  27. Harlem World Says:

    what did she say now?

  28. Harlem World Says:

    dream hampton ‏@dreamhampton

    I wish rappers had the space to say ‘I was blocked, plus, I don’t really know that revolutionary shit like that, so I passed the pen’

    ============
    oh shit!

  29. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    big krit > j cole

    on the beats and on the rhymes

  30. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    It’s not a stain any more than Wu building off each other’s backs for their classics.

    Niggas know the sound they want and they seek it out. dead prez was a no-brainer. The nigga wrote his own rhymes. That’s the end of the controversy as far as I’m concerned.

  31. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    August 16th, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    imagine if jay-z falls off

    ^

    *Jeezy laughs*

    This won’t happen at ALL, at all.

  32. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    dream hampton ‏@dreamhampton

    I wish rappers had the space to say ‘I was blocked, plus, I don’t really know that revolutionary shit like that, so I passed the pen’

    ============
    oh shit!

    ^^

    scorned… smh

  33. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Jay-Z is a Bonifide hustler.

    I’m pretty sure he’s gonna die that way.

    he’s bored with rap now. It’s only a matter of time before he finds his next venture. And it’s gonna be grand.

  34. Bricktop Says:

    I began my writing career calling out Dr Dre for his misogyny. My friendship with Jay Z began when I reviewed Reasonable Doubt and called Jay out for his hyper-capitalism . I was not ‘calling out’ Nas by telling the truth about Stic writing whole bars (ne songs) on Untitled. I was telling a truth to someone who thought Nas’ most radical verses were his own. They were not. I’m unsurprised that these men have circled around their lie. I’m unmoved by the misogynist threats I’m receiving in open forums (last night Just Blaze tweeted I should be “bled out”). But I am done. I may not be done talking about this (unsubscribe to my feed if you like, I reserve the right to block who the fuk I want), but I am done with hip hop and men who collude to silence women. And done with women who are happy they’re not me. Don’t worry. You could never be.
    ©the dumb broad who’s simply trying to sell the books that she writes for the rapper known as Jay-Z

  35. The Shot Clock Says:

    So WTT wasn’t Kanye’s brainchild?

    Shut up, b.

    ^

    of course it was. him and a whole bunch of other niggas but he’s open about that. everything Ye does and has done in recent years is about collaborations – GOOD music is basically his creative team.

    when Untitle came out Nas was running around with NIGGER t-shirts talking all this self-righteous shit like he was the conscience of hip hop personified. but the ideas wasn’t even his own my nigga, neither was most of the execution of those ideas.

  36. sealsaa Says:

    dream hampton ‏@dreamhampton

    I wish rappers had the space to say ‘I was blocked, plus, I don’t really know that revolutionary shit like that, so I passed the pen’
    ———————

    Translation: “I’m feeling aggy after having basically been called a liar by two rappers, and since I don’t have evidence to the contrary, I’m going to throw veiled shots via twitter instead of keeping my emotions in check. Cause, you know, I’m a broad.”

  37. Bricktop Says:

    Ftr: Just Blaze was NOT threatening her. He was merely quoting random 80’s cinema as he ALWAYS does on twitter (just look at his weekly avi’s). But she’s a dumb broad. If that isn’t evident by now, then….

    And the fact that Eskay INSISTS on clinging onto every single one of her syllables is, quite simply, disturbing.

  38. Bricktop Says:

    when Untitle came out Nas was running around with NIGGER t-shirts talking all this self-righteous shit like he was the conscience of hip hop personified.
    ^
    Other than the t-shirts, you totally just made this up in your mind.

  39. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Just Blaze ‏@JustBlaze
    Too many dumb MFers who don’t know what writing and producing actually is. Shhhh

    And she tried to take a tweet Just put up last night as some sort of attack against her when he wasn’t even addressing her.

    That broad clearly has a habit of jumping the gun on shit she doesn’t know about.

  40. Harlem World Says:

    Troubleshooter1900 Says:
    August 16th, 2012 at 4:00 pm

    he’s bored with rap now. It’s only a matter of time before he finds his next venture. And it’s gonna be grand.

    ===================
    the only time he sounds inspired since his pre retirement

    is when hes talking about selling drugs

  41. Harlem World Says:

    or should i say since his return

  42. Harlem World Says:

    2 chainz manager is a convicted sex offender

  43. Bricktop Says:

    Just Blaze ‏@JustBlaze
    Too many dumb MFers who don’t know what writing and producing actually is. Shhhh

    And she tried to take a tweet Just put up last night as some sort of attack against her when he wasn’t even addressing her.

    That broad clearly has a habit of jumping the gun on shit she doesn’t know about.
    ^
    Dumb.
    Broad.

    Eskay, why do you insist on perpetuating this chick’s idiocracy? At this point you just look even more like the well paid CamelNation Minister of Propaganda that we’ve all come to know you as.

  44. Troyvul Says:

    Damn Nas, it was all good just a week ago.

  45. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    What are we considering “rings” tho?

    > more years in the rap game w/#1 albums, brick.

    i thought you were one of the brighter, hipper screennames my dude.

  46. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    when Untitle came out Nas was running around with NIGGER t-shirts talking all this self-righteous shit like he was the conscience of hip hop personified. but the ideas wasn’t even his own my nigga, neither was most of the execution of those ideas.

    ^^

    Don’t blame that man for what you projected on him. And how are most of the ideas not his own when between stic. and JE, they collaborated on four songs?

    Are we just gonna act like there weren’t 10 other tracks on that album?

  47. Harlem World Says:

    well not convicted, but he was chris stokes’in on his artists

    no dream hampton

  48. sealsaa Says:

    Naysayers can keep shooting, but there hasn’t been one shred of proof posted on the net. Just the aggy rantings of an opportunistic broad.

  49. el capitan Says:

    Nas was referencing Wild Style on illmatic
    Hov was still spending money from 88 on Reasonable Doubt
    they are two different person with different objectives and visions
    comparing their successes and failures is funny but often pointless

  50. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Ms Hampton is melting. damn.

    don’t body yaself, mah!

  51. Bricktop Says:

    > more years in the rap game w/#1 albums, brick.

    i thought you were one of the brighter, hipper screennames my dude.
    ^
    Lol. I know what he was trying to say. I was just drawing attention to the fact that it’s a terrible analogy (or maybe a bit of typical Hova revisionism, but I digress). Basically only ONE TEAM PER YEAR wins a championship ring. The only equivalent to that in music is a Grammy. Now, how many Grammies does Jay have?

    Also, Jordan won 6 rings. As a solo artist, Jay only has 9 number ones. But I understand the revisionist’s math.

  52. Harlem World Says:

    how can nas be garbage :(

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