50 Cent: Kendrick Lamar Told Me His New Music Is Better Than His Competition
(AllHipHop News) As aggressive an MC 50 Cent is he is equally if not more so willfully loquacious about information. 50 Cent was on Funkmaster Flex's show on Hot 97 last night (September 12th) and took time to expel all his thoughts on Hip Hop current events.
Kendrick Lamar told Big Boy from Power 106 LA that he spoke with "the ACTUAL kings of New York" but kept the conversation details slim. 50 let the public in on his conversation with Kendrick following the controversy of his "Control" verse:
When I talked to him he said ;the records I just made are better than the last records that are out. What I'm saying on the record is if they don't get better they ain't going to make it past my next album'.
50 also claims he was not impressed by the responses to Kendrick's "Control" verse because he claims people were waiting for him or Jay Z to respond.
50 says if he was in Big Sean's position, he would have changed his verse as to not be forgotten on his own song:
"I wouldve changed my verse. It's Big Sean's record and nobody knows."
50 talks about his relationship with Nas (and Nas' missed business moves), how Steve Stoute told him to not "sign with that white boy" before the Shady Records deal in 2002.
Check out the interview below: