Chuck Taylor says they were going to join forces as "ESPN (Everyday Stacking Paper Niggas)" but ditched their plans.
One of the cuts on Game’s upcoming The R.E.D. Album (August 23rd), “Heavy Artillery,” features Rick Ross and Beanie Sigel, but the three emcees contemplated further collaborations. Speaking with XXLMag.com, the Compton, California native said that the trio considered calling themselves “ESPN (Everyday Stacking Paper Niggas)” but that circumstance stifled the super group’s formation.
“Me, Rick Ross and Beanie Sigel [were going to call ourselves] ‘ESPN (Everyday Stacking Paper Niggas),’” he said. “That’s what it is. We entertained doing a group before, but then Rick Ross went crazy with the Maybach Music Group and he signed Meek Mill and all of them. So that reality didn’t come to pass. But that’s where it was when we did ‘Heavy Artillery.’ If you can imagine an album with us three.”
“It might be just a crazy lineup album,” he said. “It’s hard! I can’t wait to see what people think about it. I spent so much time working on it. I can’t wait to give birth to that joint.”