Juvenile Breaks Down His 25 Most Essential Songs

Juvenile f/ Kango "Say it to Me Now" (2006)

Album: Reality Check
Label: Atlantic
Producer: Scott Storch

Juvenile: “Truthfully, I really can't remember that song’s process because of the time when we actually recorded that song. I can't remember actually where I was. But I definitely wasn't making the song to be directed at Cash Money. Let me be straight with you. If I wanted to say anything about Cash Money, I would say, ‘Baby was a bitch ass nigga’ or some shit like that, I would come straight out.

 

If I wanted to say anything about Cash Money, I would say, ‘Baby was a b**ch a** ni**a’ or some shit like that, I would come straight out. I've never been one to bite my tongue.

 

“I've never been one to bite my tongue, I will come straight out and say so to that person name and say it to him. It's not a situation like that for me. I'm not even living that like that right now. I always try to tell people I'm in a happy state in my life right now. My oldest daughter just graduated from college, my oldest boy is in his second year of college, my youngest daughter, she's 14, so I got a lot to live for.

“On my last album people thought I was dissing Soulja Boy, and I'm cool with Soulja Boy. He's way younger than me. So I try to explain to people that when I say soldier, I been saying that before he was born. I don't even know him to say anything about him. That ain't me, that ain't my character.

“I want fans to know if I'm going to say something about somebody, I'm going to be real outspoken about it. I'm not going to be biting my tongue. I'm not saying it behind their back or nothing, I'd rather say it in his face, fuck you.”

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