Chamillionaire Responds to News of Producer Disco D’s Suicide
NEW YORK, NY -- Chamillionaire Responds to News of Producer Disco D's Suicide
"I saw that he sent a website message a couple days ago to me and I replied before I left for the studio. I got back late and saw that he was excited about the news that one of his tracks was making it on Ultimate Victory, considering the fact that he didn't make it on my first album. I told him that Lil Wayne was putting his verse on the song and sent him my number so that he could contact me directly if he needed to. We were in the process of negotiation with his management and lawyers but a situation as tragic as this makes me not even want to think about discussing any music or contracts. I send my condolences to his family and loved ones. I hope he rests in heavenly peace."
Written by DJ Z on 01/24/07
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