Video: Gunplay Interview w/ HHS1987

Gunplay talks to HHS1987 about his upcoming debut album, which is now titled Living Legend, his new single, collaborating with Lil Wayne and more.

Previously: Gunplay – Pyrex (Video)

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6 Responses to “Video: Gunplay Interview w/ HHS1987”

  1. A-1 Says:

    Dat same verse on street dreams remix>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>infinite ova déjà vu

  2. A-1 Says:

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    all Im sayin is

    Rocafella had 1… maybe 2 great artist

    No Limit had 50

    Every week No limit dropped a new tape

    No Limit > Rocafella
    All dem niggas wasn’t great my nigga lol smh outta all dem niggas No Limit had bout prob 3-4 “great” artist..come on cuhz smh I was reppn hard bacc den 2 but chill lol

  3. Plug Says:

    FACT: No Limit sold 26 million records in 1998, more than any other rap label

    and rocafella was in its prime in 1998

    Jay-z said… And I quote… men lie, women lie… the number dont

    young bleed “my balls and my word” >>>

  4. The Architek Says:

    Dat shit wasn’t corny 2 da rest of da world smh man dis Déjà Vu horrible my nigga smh lol wish a nigga would play me some shit like dis and b yo dis what it’s all about..een in 96 lmfao



    you gotta understand. this nigga was rap jesus. he (along with rae) helped define NY as the capital of lyrics when niggas was getting rolled on by the west.

    this is when putting chicks singing on the hook was cool.

    If I Ruled The World was one of his biggest hits but was blasphemy to traditionalists like q-tip and the like

    he def woulda been bodied without stoute, tho

  5. The Architek Says:

    *wasn’t cool

  6. Plug Says:

    No Limit had bout prob 3-4 “great” artist.
    snoop, curren$y, mystikal are just the main guys

    master P sold 4 million on the last don… and that was on the decline

    all rocafella had was Jay z and Beans

    how was the roc a better label than no limit

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