Jack Harlow apparently wasn’t feeling Le’Veon Bell’s music when the latter reached out not once, but twice to work together. On Thursday (August 3), the NFL running back joined No Jumper’s Sharp for a chat. Over the two-hour conversation, Bell discussed his rap career and how Harlow was courteous enough, to be honest about the tracks he sent over rather than “record some bullshit on it” just for the money.
“Bro, I sent Jack Harlow two songs and he turned them both down,” he said, praising the Louisville spitter. “The first one, he’s like, ‘Nah bro, this one ain’t it.’ The second one, he was like, ‘Hey, you close on this one, but it still ain’t it.’”
Check out Bell’s comments about Harlow below:
In early July, Moneybagg Yo and Stunna 4 Vegas were put on blast by Le’Veon Ball for supposedly not making any effort while recording verses he paid them for. That is precisely what the football star was referring to in the No Jumper interview while discussing artists who scam their way past guest verses.
The former Steelers athlete has been working on music for the past decade under the name Juice. Though his releases have been limited, he recently took to social media to reveal that he’s been honing his craft and that he takes it very seriously.
In a series of tweets, the ex-athlete talked about the musicians he’s worked with as well as two names in particular who took advantage of him.
“Moneybagg & Stunna4Vegas, I paid both for,” he wrote, “decided not to drop these tracks with these guys because honestly, I didn’t like their verses… I feel like they just went in the booth and recorded something as fast as they could to get a quick couple of bands .. Koudos, y’all got it.”
He added: “For me personally, unless your Drake, SZA, or Rihanna, you gotta at least TRY or I’m not about to just drop the song just because your name is attached to it …straight up. So that’s why I never dropped the tracks with Moneybagg or Stunna4vegas & most likely never will [two facepalm emojis].”
Bell also shouted out the industry professionals who not only worked with him but also took the time to guide and support his vision as an artist.
“Durk is a REAL ONE,” he wrote. “Durk & I had a mutual friend who shot music videos & he linked us while Durk was on house arrest…I paid Durk just for a verse but this how [fire emoji] Lil Durk is .. he didn’t just send me a verse, he literally recorded G Code, left a verse open for ME, then sent it.”
Source – HipHopDx
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