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» Murder Trial Interview (1995/96)
» Doggfather Album Interview- MTV (1996)
» Interview About Joining No Limit (1997)
» From Row to Limit Interview- MTV (1997/98)
» Eastsidaz- CDNOW Interview (Feb 2000)
» Last Meal Interview- BET (10/17/00)
» Last Meal Interview- Rolling Stone (12/16/00)
» Snoop's Career- MTV Interview (12/18/00)
» Their Early Career- NME Interview (12/20/00)
» Weed Interview (2000/01)
» 360 Hip Hop (1st March 01)
» MTV Interview - (6th March 01)
» Vibe Interview - (12th March 01)
*On What He Learnt From Master P...
"That you should believe in what you are. Everyone over there, he made them all superstars, and that's how I feel about my own label and the artists I try to develop. I believe in them enough that if I put in all my time and energy, then the whole world will believe in them, just like Master P did with me and all the other No Limit soldiers..."
*On His Relationship With Tupac Shakur...
"I knew him real well, especially before he got on Death Row. We were real good partners. I was part of the reason for him gettin on Death Row. He was goin through a lotta things--gettin shot at, shootin at police, a lotta shit was goin on around him--and I always had love for him cause he was a cool cat that I had met on the personal tip. All that other shit didn't mean nothing to me, cause I know what we go through as rappers. When he was faced with his last adversity, as far as bein locked up in the pen in New York, and we was hearin all kinda shit about him in there, I hollered at Suge--let's get this nigga out and put him down with us. He already on Interscope, they don't give a fuck about him, we might as well put him with us. Suge pulled the strings and got him out and we laced that album, All Eyes On Me. That's why it turned out to be a classic album like that. As the first year grew, the family grew, his relationship with Suge got close and it distanced him away from everybody else. We never had a relationship with Suge like that, Suge was always like a big brother and a big business. We didn't really personalize with him too much, it was always on a cool page, but Pac was like every day kickin it with him, chillin with him, rollin with him. "
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