Nas Helped Get Hip Hop Peers Played On Hot 97

tells MTV News that after he accused Hot 97 of being too political when it came to spinning records, the station must have mended its ways. “My man Buckshot Shorty came to me and said, ‘Yo, thanks for what you did. They playing my records now.’ Other artists were like, ‘Thanks for what you did,’ ” said , who later went on Hot 97 and apologized. “I mean, me and Flex reconciled. Me and Angie reconciled. I got love for them now. I always did. We just had our moment where I just went on a rampage, but everybody got a wakeup call. We all came to realize there’s a lot of feelings involved with this music thing that we love so much.” Read more.

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