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Chicago producer Young Chop probably knows Chief Keef better than anyone. He's been with the rapper and provided many beats for him since the beginning of his career.
During an interview with Doggie Diamonds of Forbez DVD, Chop said he surprised by Interscope Records decision to drop the Glo Gang Records CEO, despite the fact his debut album, Finally Rich, met the label's sales requirements.
"His album sold what the fuck his requirement was supposed to be, So, how did they drop him?" Chop told Diamonds. "He sold 200,000...he recouped. I don't know what the fuck going on over there. Every single he put out did good and topped charts."
What do you think was behind Interscope's decision to release Keef?