50 Cent Talks Kendrick’s “Control” Verse, Nas, G-Unit

Curtis and Kidd Kidd sat down with Flex last night and a number of topics came up during the conversation. In the clip above he touches on Kendrick’s “Control” verse and how it reignited the competitive aspect of Rap, a recent encounter with Nas at Soho House and the status of his relationship with Banks and Yayo.

On “Control”

“It’s a breath of fresh air for me because it’s saying there’s no more “Kumbaya My Lord”. Everybody’s not sitting by the campfire being friends. The competitive energy, that’s necessary for hip-hop that’s what it is. Our culture is competitive.”

Hit the jump for the full audio.


Previously: 50 Cent – Can’t Help Myself (Video)


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2 Responses to “50 Cent Talks Kendrick’s “Control” Verse, Nas, G-Unit”

  1. JR Says:

    Flex is horrible

  2. JR Says:

    “I ran into him [recently] one time…..in SoHo house. I took care of their bill, I’m a big dealer Flex. We got a chance to kick it for a second and you know a lot of it, I think he cleared it up for him. I kind of put it together after the fact what was happening, because you know like [Steve] Stoute would help him make a lot of decisions. That’s why I don’t like Steve Stoute, I still don’t like him.”

    ^

    L ??

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