Exclusive: Young Chop Speaks On Warner Bros. Deal

| April 11, 2012 | 18 Comments

As we announced earlier this week, rising Chicago producer Young Chop has inked a production deal with Warner Bros. Records. The 18-year-old phenom is the beatsmith behind some of Chicago’s hottest records, including Chief Keef’s “3Hunna” and “I Don’t Like.”

It’s been a whirlwind three months for the young producer, so FSD caught up with Chop to chop it up about his new deal, what work he has on deck, and his relationship with No I.D. and Kanye West.  We spoke to Chop via phone from Los Angeles earlier this morning, where’s he’s been in the lab almost 24-7 working with some of the biggest artists in the biz. Big things popping, indeed.

FSD: First and foremost, congratulations on the big deal with Warner Bros. Can you tell us about how it all went down?

Young Chop: Well, I had a deal on the table. The Warner deal was on the table for a little while. And after looking at it, my manager and I decided it was the best look. So we took the deal with Warner Bros.

FSD: How long had the deal been on the table?

Young Chop: For a month.

FSD: Did they tell you what song you produced piqued their interest, or what made them pursue you?

Young Chop: The record that got their attention was “3Hunna.” Then they started looking at the “I Don’t Like’s” and everything that I did for the Chief Keef movement. They really loved all of that. They also heard a bunch of the stuff that was on FSD.

FSD: Did you have a manager help you land the deal or was it all done on your own?

Young Chop: Nah, it was just all me.

FSD: Who is your management, though?

Young Chop: Jay Boogie from Chicago.

FSD: So what exactly does a production deal entail, for the people that don’t know?

Young Chop: Well, it’s somewhat like a record deal, but it’s more of a publishing thing. You’ve gotta get your beats to artists, and get placements. You’ve gotta make the beats hot enough to get placements on major albums.

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  1. Pig Dick Jones says:

    Proud of the lil chubby nigga…

  2. thatgirlisgood says:

    Dopeness in full effect……Congrats!!

  3. L Speaks says:

    That’s a good look for the young brotha! I wish him more success! :-)

  4. nice says:

    Thats dope. Sincere congrats to all these young chicago cats. Sometimes I think alot of these dudes can’t rhyme for shit, but i can respect their movement.

  5. snapbackondatrack says:

    good shit fool u know im in yo ass now!!!

  6. LOVE says:

    Gotta respect that. I’m happy for the young man.

  7. ChiCityColdCity says:

    “Im the first one to make it out.” Truly blessed, thats crazy. That happened fast!! The internet has completely changed everything.

  8. Voyce G.I. Go says:

    Very dope shit fo Chop and the land!!!!!

  9. congrats joe. young niggas gettin it

  10. Blanco Caine says:

    Congrats Boi I knew from the 1st time I heard one of foo beats… He had it!!! Now the world will see it ain’t a betta feeling

  11. Great interview. Congrats are in order for Chop.

  12. k.i.d says:

    props!

  13. Cynthia Hill says:

    Hey Chop: Do your thing but don’t forget God while you do you.

  14. Chicago2012 says:

    …Very nice to see someone from Chicago get on. Congratulations, Young Chop, and keep doing your thang, and don’t let those haters stop you. And thanks to you guys on F.S.D. showin’ love. Much love!!!!

  15. Coolie Fly says:

    Clap for em

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