If you’re wondering: “who in the hell is Young Chop,” then that’s all the more reason why he should shut up and roll with the punches.
Young Chop, an 18-year-old producer signed to Warner Bros., is the architect behind 17-year-old Chicago rapper Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Mind.” Yesterday, Kanye West dropped a remix of the Waka Flocka/Lex Luger-inspired song, catapulting Keef to new heights.
Keef may be soaring high from the momentum of Kanye’s cosign, but Chop could care less. He tells DJ Moon Dawg he does not like how ‘Ye changed his beat, and he will sue him if need be.
“I’m mad as hell. I’m mad as f*ck cause–they didn’t ask me to change up sh*t in my beat. They don’t have no files to none of my shit so how the fuck did they add another melody over the instrumental? These motherf*ckers are playing me and I don’t give two fucks I will sue the shit out of Kanye West, and he need to call my f*cking phone before I snap!”
“They didn’t ask me for none of that! I don’t f*cking like that! That sh*t is disrespectful! I made a f*ckin sound; so they suppose to stay with my f*cking sound. If I was him, I wouldn’t even have changed the beat up. The beat is f*ckin hard by itself. Sh*t don’t sound the same, it don’t got the same feel.” [Source]
Sure, he has every right to be upset that someone altered the beat he crafted, but to talk harshly against someone of Kanye West’s caliber could be a career killer. Ask Keri Hilson.