Lud Foe: In Chicago I Gotta Move Different – it’s 60% Hate, 40% Love (Part 4)



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Lud Foe opened up to VladTV about rappers getting hate in their own city and how he thinks it’s split 60/40 with people who hate and love you. He then addressed various people trying to take credit for his success, and Lud Foe simply told them, “Good Luck.”

During the conversation, Lud Foe spoke about going to the studio nearly every day, working with his producer, Kid Wonder, and Chance the Rapper reaching out to work on Merry Christmas Lil’ Mama. To hear more, hit the above clip.

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