Young Chop is working. Young Chop has worked with a slew of Hip Hop’s main hitters, including Birdman, Kanye West and, of course, Chief Keef.
Chop’s latest project has him lending his production talents to Busta Rhymes’ forthcoming album, according to nahright.com.
Busta Rhymes has served as a mentor for Chop.
Chop posted a screenshot of his conversation with the “Gimme Some More” rapper to IG with a caption, reading, “Big bro saying real s--- #TTU.”
It was in early December when Busta Rhymes took to Twitter to praise Young Chop, Chief Keef and Lil Reese for their collaborative hit records. Busta Bust said Chop created the “best sound” for Sosa and Reese, citing the artists’ hit songs “I Don’t Like” and “Us.”
“U n----- is funny. When Chief Keef put out ‘I don’t Like’ and Lil Reese put out that ‘US’ record yall n----- act like u wasn’t dick ridin.” he wrote.
The “Gimme Some More” rapper would rather not hear Sosa and Reese on any other producers’ beat, except Chop.
Chop, he said, “created the most powerful sound” for the rappers.
Chop and Keef were gracious for Busta’s comments.
Hopefully, Chop soon sheds light on the details of his conversation.
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