(AllHipHop News) Biting has always been one of the deadly sins of Hip Hop, but the practice of copying someone else's style has become common place in recent years. And it's not just emcees dealing with being bitten by others. Producers have faced the same problem.
DJ Smallz caught up with producer Young Chop (Chief Keef's "I Don't Like," Big Sean's "Mula"). The Chicago representative complained about people jacking his sound, and he claimed he has lost a lot of money from the alleged musical theft.
"Y'all n*ggas trying to take my f*cking food. I lost a lot of money cause n*ggas wanted to sound like me, and I wasn't going for nothing lesser than what I was talking about," said Chop. "[I've lost] hundreds of thousands [of dollars] probably. I see all this sh*t on the internet, 'Young Chop's style this. Young Chop's beat that.' That's crazy to me."
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Watch Young Chop's interview below.