Mr. Cheeks on Lil’ Kim Using His Lost Boyz Chorus on “The Jump Off” (Part 6)

In this clip, Mr. Cheeks recounts the making of “Jump Off” with Lil Kim. He talks about how humbled he was that Kim decided to remake his song while also praising her for always have a fire pen-game. He went on to talk about the things in his career that make him most proud stating that being able to have the freedom to continue to create makes him proud. That in addition to being a grandfather.

Mr. Cheeks also discussed the current state of hip-hop going over the drug-user content that’s sweeping across the culture. He spoke about not being able to identify with the current generation totally but respects those like J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar who continue to produce quality music.


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