AllHipHop.com caught up with B.G. in a Q&A, where the rapper talked about how since leaving Cash Money he’s been able to build his own label Chopper City Records from the bottom up. “A lot of people, when I left Cash Money… they counted me out,” the New Orleans native explained. “A lot of people wrote me off. A lot of people thought I couldn’t do it without Cash Money and it’s now, what? Six or seven years later and I’m still here. I’m still relevant. I left Cash Money on my sixth album and I’m about to drop my 11th solo album and that ain’t even including the Hot Boys albums or the previous Chopper City Boyz albums. The streets kept me relevant. I do it for the streets and I stay true to myself. I followed what was in my heart and I didn’t let anybody tell me what I could and couldn’t do. I kept giving it to them man and the streets just embraced me. I’m here and it is what it is I ain’t going nowhere.” Check out the full transcript a href=”http://allhiphop.com/stories/features/archive/2008/09/15/20499164.aspx”>here.