Dee-1 Addresses Male Manager Who Tried To Sleep With Him

HipHop News Posted on April 15, 2018 at 3:34am

Dee-1 Addresses Male Manager Who Tried To Sleep With Him

#DXCLUSIVE: The New Orleans also explains why he stopped cursing at the last Sentimental Sundays.

In the latest installment of Soul Sunday, the New Orleans rapper Dee-1 joins HipHopDX's Trent Clark to address controversial bars of his album Honda of David, and the reception it has received from the LP, the removal of the curses from your vocabulary, and much more.

"People are calling up my album a classic," he says to Clark, making it clear that he would never be arrogant enough to make that announcement in and of itself.

"I got into this game to be different," he says about the lack of profanity in the album. "I'm just trying to be a better human being. I looked at the areas of my life where I wanted to improve, and one of them was alleviating the curse of my vocabulary."

As Dee explains, once he was able to do that in your day-to-day, not of healing at the microphone was a natural. He also described the album intro, "Destination", as the toughest song to write, which forces him to record three versions.

"I started to cry writing that," he noted. "So much had been building up trying to get the album ... [were] pushing to keep my vision and the history of life intact. What if this is the last album I posted? I wanted to make sure that it was reflective of the experiences of my life ... of my journey."

During the conversation, the veteran MK addressed — and confirmed — of a situation from the song "The Devil's Playground", in which the rhymes: "this man said that if I slept with he had to manage me ... you already know of him, I spat in his face and said:" Boy don't play with me!'"

"It's about taking on this industry," Dee explained, without getting specific about the identity of the person. "That is something that happened to me ... I need you to know that there are some clowns in this game, and they are going to try to play. I know I'm not the only person who has been through [a situation like]".

The native of Louisiana also spoke about his 5 Fingers Of Death freestyle on Sway In The Morning , that seemed to incr

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