Chow Mane & Guapdad 4000 Reflect On The Word 'Bitch' In Rap Music Following 'ICEJJFISH' Collab

HipHop News Posted on September 25, 2020 at 11:00pm

Chow Mane & Guapdad 4000 Reflect On The Word 'Bitch' In Rap Music Following 'ICEJJFISH' Collab

The two Bay Area rappers talk to HipHopDX about why the word is so prevalent, especially where they grew up.

Interview – Chow Mane was in the middle of making lunch when he picked up the phone. When asked if chow mein was on the menu, he laughed and said he’d cooked up something Italian — “smoked salmon, tomato and whatnot.”

But the Salinas native already has plenty on his plate. On Friday (September 25), he dropped his new album South Bay Summer fresh off his collaboration with Guapdad 4000 “ICEJJFISH,” which arrived earlier this month. The two Bay Area rappers haven’t actually met in person but are planning on shooting a video for the track in October..centered-ad {

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“My manager arranged that meet-up,” Chow Mane tells HipHopDX. “We’re supposed to shoot the video for it next month. But it was really just a virtual thing. I had originally put together everything for the song, and I thought it would be good with a feature.

“I was trying to think through some Bay Area artists to collab with. I talked to my manager, he was like, ‘Yeah, you should reach out to Guapdad. He’s been doing all this stuff.’ So I basically just hit Guapdad in the DMs, and he was like ‘Yeah. I fuck with this song.'”

Chow Mane grew up idolizing Too $hort, Mac Dre, Mr. Fab and other Oakland rappers. He first got a taste of it from his uncle, who used to bump Short’s 2003 album Married To The Game religiously.

“My whole dad’s side of


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