SHARE – During a recent sit down with DJ Smallz Eyes, Chicago producer Young Chop revealed how he spent his first big check, spoke on his favorite record he’s produced and more.

“I got me a car – a BMW – I gave $15,000 to my mama…hooked up my studio – put $15,000 into that – that’s about it, that was my first check,” the 21-year-old beatsmith revealed.

Moving on, Chop was asked about any poor financial decisions he’s made in the past, his most profitable records of all time, and his favorite record of all time that he produced, which you can hear more about up top.

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