Erick Sermon Gives SHOCKING Reason He Didn’t Produce On Nas Illmatic Album! WOW!

Erick Sermon Gives SHOCKING Reason He Didn’t Produce On Nas Illmatic Album! WOW!

Erick Sermon gives us a run down on some of the things he wish he DIDN’T do in the industry. One of them was telling Biggie he didn’t want to do a song with him. And the other is the CRAZY reason he didn’t get a track on Nas Illmatic album.

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  1. This is why interview’s are so important the only way we would’ve know this good information or he could’ve put it in a book great information right here about all legends

  2. I used to Bang EPMD…N the 80's
    But they never had an impact on the rap industry like Nas. End of store…as a matter fact I'm glad he had nothing to do with Illmatic
    Redman ain't never had SHIT on Nas either…… plus I had Redman😂😂😂

  3. Things happen the way they should be. "It Was Written"
    The album would not have been the same if E did it. Beats would be different so the flow would be different so the Rhymes might have been different.
    wIth other words, who said it still would have been a classic. Great….of of course, but classic?
    So a long conversation about nothing.

  4. Nobody ever mentions the Erick Sermon remix of A.Z.'s Gimme Yours. That joint is one of the greatest hip hop songs EVER!! Erick freaked that Freddie Jackson sample of Love Is Just A Touch Away. And A.Z. LACED that track with the lyrics!!

  5. These little shirt 5 minute blocks of the interview is type lame bro. Atleast have it 10 mins. Once the whole interview drops the anticipation is gone.

  6. Erick…. my guy…. I know you know this…. but I have to type it…. you dropped the ball big time. He was fire in 91…. wtf was you thinking Redman was street 🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️🤦🏿‍♂️

  7. Nas rapping on an Eric Sermon beat don’t match up in my opinion. It would felt forced to collaborate with rest of the album. It would be interesting for them to make a song together but not on Illmatic.

  8. I'm not even tripping that he passed on those opportunities, in hindsight it would have only made E. Sermon greater than he already is, it's no biggie, that's a small thang🤷🏾‍♂️

  9. It happens to the best producers sometimes. The artists they're rejecting are the very artists that go on to make history. And they have nothing but memories and chances. Big up to E double, though. HE'S STILL THE LEGENDARY FUNKLORD!!!

  10. Y'all didn't know Qtip got busy like that? He had his hand in at the time, 3 Quest albums that were monumental already and under his belt with production. One Love made you see him in a light that he gets down??? Really?

  11. Eric's style wouldn't fit nas or biggie tho. Some things work out that way. And wasn't puff upset at epmd for trying to get at one of his chicks? Heard that somewhere

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