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600 Breezy: Signing with Asylum Records was the Worst Experience of My Life (Part 16)

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Part 1: https://youtu.be/L26HlCSS6qU
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In this clip, 600 Breezy opened up about dropping his “First 48” mixtape just 48 hours after getting out of jail, and he explained that he’s not a big fan of how the project turned out. 600 Breezy stated that he felt like the project was rushed and didn’t have a sound that people were listening to when he got out of jail. From there, 600 Breezy explained signing a 1-year deal with Asylum and putting out. “Iceman Edition 2,” which he said had terrible production and wasn’t promoted well. He then detailed leaving Asylum and going back to Empire, which you can hear more about above.

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