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Watch Yung Berg’s interview with The Breakfast Club


Yung Berg a.k.a. Hitmaka has been behind hits for a few of your favorite artists recently (Big Sean’s “Bounce Back,” Chris Brown’s new single “Party” and Game’s Jeremih-assisted “All Eyez” to name a few) and today, he stopped by The Breakfast Club to catch DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne up on what he’s been up to.

During the interview, Berg touches on his early days with L.E.P., working with DMX and being the first artist signed to his BloodLine imprint, what it’s like to work with Jeremih, his transition into being a writer and producer and more. Berg also teases that we can expect to hear Jeremih’s new single, which he worked on, featuring Big Sean and Chris Brown soon — definitely excited to hear that.

Watch the full interview below.

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Pics: Chief Keef, Jeremih & Yung Berg In The Studo


It went down last night at an undisclosed studio in Los Angeles. Glogang Amadeus Cozart, Mr. Late Nights and Hitmaka. These three Chicago titans were all in the lab together working on something — but exactly what that is is unknown to us at this time. Oh yeah, Red Cafe was also there.

We’re definitely excited to hear whatever it is they cooked up, but for now check out a few pics of the crew getting it in.

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More pictures of the session below.

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Video: Yung Berg f/ Goldie – Masika’s Interlude

Directed by BLKMNDS.

A few years back, Berg was one of the most prolific artists on FSD. He literally had a new tape or song or video every three days. Recently, however, he’s been playing the background, getting his bread on the production tip. Can’t be mad at that. He’s been lacing everyone from Nicki Minaj to Diddy, so it’s no wonder he said F rapping.

Well, today we can’t say he’s had a change of heart, as he drops this new video and he’s not even featured on it. He just produced it. Goldie handles this record for dolo, while Berg posts up in the shadows. This is “Masika’s Interlude” and you can watch it above.

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