But Pimp also spoke on the downside of contributing to the record. After the song became a hit, UGK didn’t receive a platinum plaque or any further publishing checks.
“On the flipside of that, we did that song work for hire, so we ain’t get no publishing. And I still ain’t got no platinum plaque for that song yet,” he said. “So right now, what I’m trying to do, I’m trying to get my plaque. And I’m not saying that’s Jay-Z’s fault. I’m saying that somewhere, the ball was dropped. Partly on our end, a whole lot on Def Jam’s end. Let me get my plaque, man. ‘Cause I go to the studio where it was recorded at and I see the plaque and I don’t have one.”
May 12th, 2011 at 2:10 pm
Drizzy Drake presents Canadian Gangster… A collection of tales from his days hustling maple syrup and strong beer in the streets of Toronto over beats from Jay-Z’s 2007 album American Gangster.
After being with a woman in a relationship for what seems like an eternity, you notice how when you see other bad bitches you think of what kind of problems the heffa would present you if you dropped everything with eternity chick and picked it up with her.. Not whats it hitting for, but what type of issues this bitch got.