Birdman revealed that before he tried to shop Cash Money to Universal, he took it to J. Prince to try and sign the label to Rap-A-Lot Records.
“I f-ck with old head. I respect old head. He very respectable and I learned a lot from him. He taught me so much early on in the game. I have no ill feelings with the old man. I respect him. He taught me so much in my early stages,” he said.
Birdman said there was a good reason for J. Prince turning him down.
Birdman continued, “If n-ggas don’t know, I tried to sign with the old man before I went to Universal. I tried to sign with the old man. I respect the old man. He’s a great man, a respectable man, an honorable man. I have no ill feelings with the old man because he taught me so much and he taught me the game. I wanted to sign with J. Prince but he didn’t have the structure to sign me. What I respect about it, he said, ‘Y’all go do y’all because I can’t do it.’ That’s what I honored about it. He told me go ‘head man, I can’t do it.”
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