There has been a lot of chatter about Lil Wayne and Jay-Z’s verses on the single GOD DID off DJ Khaled’s album GOD DID.
However, according to King Los, who was on Clubhouse on Sunday afternoon in A.D.H.D (ALL DEBATES ARE HEATED DISCUSSIONS) SUNDAY HIP HOP SERVICE room hosted by Trap Bradshaw. You cant compare the versus.
“I don’t think y’all should be comparing the versus,” said Los.
“It’s doesn’t make sense to compare the versus once you go into the context of how these records even develop. The fact that if you think about Jay-Z rapping four minutes after he heard Wayne’s verse. You know that s*** ain’t go the other way around. You know how the politics go. Khalid hit Wayne, Wayne probably sent the verse back the same day and Jay-Z was saying how he was sitting there listening to the song over and over again.
He didn’t even have the beat. Remember, he didn’t have the beat yet. He was hearing the song already. Lil Wayne ain’t to hear Jay-Z’s verse. I’m telling you how it works. You don’t get to hear a Jay-Z verse, period. It’s like the original Bible or some s***.”
Los added, “For them to compare it is unfair because of the context in which Jay-Z received it and it is an etiquette thing. One thing that you have to understand of how this thing works especially when you work with other artists it’s about etiquette.”
Speaking of Wayne, he was recently seen in the studio with Juelz Santana for the first time in 15 years. As they are working on the six installment of Tha Carter series.
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