(AllHipHop News) It seems Aubrey Drake Graham will not be able to shake the ghostwriting tag any time soon. Yet another emcee keeps the story going. This time it was New York City rhymer Mickey Factz.
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The Y-3 mixtape creator stopped by Sway In The Morning, and he started his visit off by participating in Sway's "5 Fingers of Death." Factz ended a nearly 11-minute rap with a message for Drake.
"Aubrey, I heard you need a ghostwriter. Hit me up man, if you want some more fire," spit Mickey.
Later in the interview, Factz talked about connecting with Drake before he reached superstar status. The two rappers teamed with Travis McCoy for the track "Overdose."
"I was a fan of Drake before he was popular. I would go on his Myspace page, and he had a record up there with Trey Songz and Pusha T," explained Mickey. "I reached out to him , and said 'Yo, we need to work.'"
According to Factz, he and Drizzy worked on other music together that did not make it onto So Far Gone. Apparently they lost contact after Drake signed to Lil Wayne's Young Money.
Mickey stated he's not bitter about his current career situation. He told Sway he just wants to be mentioned among great lyricists such as Elzhi, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Kxng Crooked, and Rakim.
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Watch Mickey Factz's interview below.