“It been f*cking with me – Uncle Murda Admits He ‘Understands’ Big Sean After Working With Kanye West

“It been f*cking with me – Uncle Murda Admits He ‘Understands’ Big Sean After Working With Kanye West

Kanye West may have musical talents, but not everyone has the easiest time around him. The Donda singer has collaborated with multiple celebrities, including Uncle Murda, Big Sean, Jay Z, etc. But creating music is one creatively challenging process and two famous people coming together to work is not always smooth sailing.

Ye, who saw the end of his partnerships with fashion brands, has been accused of mistreating employees, not paying fees, and copying ideas. In a recent interview, Uncle Murda opened up about his experience. Mentioning Big Sean, he explained why working with Ye is no easy ride.

Uncle Murda talked of his experience with Kanye West, defended Big Sean

It is no secret that Big Sean and Kanye West parted ways on a rather rough note. As per HipHopDx, Uncle Murda was interviewed by Dj Superstar Jay during SiriusXM’s Shade45 show. Speaking of his first encounter with Ye, he explained how the Donda singer approached him for help. “Try to work on this beat as well. It been fucking with me the last few days, I can’t come up with nothing.” He explained how Ye was already frustrated for not being stuck with the song.

Big Sean was directly asked to start working on the tune, and while he agreed, it struck Uncle Murda the wrong way It remains unclear as to when Uncle Murda worked with West, as the latter wanted him to just write the lyrics. But his tiff with Big Sean escalated rather quickly.

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They have worked on songs like Mercy, Blessings, and One Man Can Change The World. Big Sean, whose real name is Sean Anderson, claimed that Ye owes him $6 million after his split with the G.O.O.D music label. Kanye West once said during an interview how singing Big Sean was the biggest mistake of his life. While Big Sean was thankful for the opportunity that Ye gave him, he was visibly offended by these remarks.

As for Uncle Murda, he got musical about Ye’s deeds. His 2022 song Rap-Up was 15 minutes of pure dedication to West’s controversies. Tagging him as the donkey of the year, he dissed Ye for his antisemitic and pro-Hitler ideas.

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