(AllHipHop News) The Houston emcee recently did an interview with Noisey were he expressed his thoughts on the downfall of the record label he once called home.
“That was a time when Master P was taking over the airways, so J Prince wanted to Master P the game,” said Face. “I was like ‘wow like we f*cked up so bad trying to do Master P when we should’ve just continued to do us.’ I feel like that was the fall of Rap-A-Lot Records to me.”
Scarface sat down with VladTV to discuss his relationship with Prince. The interview included him calling the man his brother.
“When I said that he put records out, I only know them motherf*ckers were coming out when they came out. That’s his business. That’s in his contracts,” explained Scarface. “I don’t appreciate people trying to throw sh*t out here that’s trying to make something stick among brothers. That’s family business.”
Watch Scarface’s interview below.