I’m givin’you poverty.
I’m givin’you the slums.That’s where I’m from.
So I put it all in the music.I’m lookin’ for
Who? He’s supposed to be here
with Roy Darucher. Oh, I think they’re
all down in Studio “B.” All right. Thank you.
Mm-hmm.[Big O] I did anything for free…
anything for the exposure.[D.J.]
No doubt. Big “O,”big ups
and congratulations, playboy player.You finally got your record on the radio.
How does it make you feel, man? Oh, man, that’s much love.
I want to thank you
andWJ LB, man…for lookin’out for me
like that, dawg, so much love.I’m tryin’to put Detroit…
the east side, for sure… on the map.Know what I’m sayin’?
And we gonna do it for real.We’ll get a pipeline
to come through here, and
the industry’ll look at us…and they’ll sign all of us,
man, we’ll all be eatin’.[Big O] Whoa, whoa…Wait, wait, wait…
Jimmy! Stop it! Stop it! I’ve seen you flippin’ burgers,
baby, I know I have! [Chuckles]
Yeah, I did that, man. I thought I recognized
your face, baby. [Alex, Screaming]
Stop it! Fuckin’ stop it!
Please! Please stop. Stop it. Jimmy, stop it!
[Grunting, Groaning] – Jimmy…
– How long you been
in the game, baby? – Aw, man, fifteen years.
– [Grunting, Punch Landing][Announcer, Rapper’s Voices
In Distance]It’s an honor for mejust to come on WJLB
and have you doin’this for me.I really appreciate it.
No problem, baby.You know, wejust here
to represent the “D.”You know, and take care of
our artists and take care ofhome.And I hope you have a successful career,
’cause I know you puttin’it down.You represent real hard
for the 3-1-3. For sure, man, I’m doin’ it.
I’m doin’ it for y’all, man. This is for Detroit.
3-1-3, baby. Love.