Master P Clarifies Alleged Kanye West & Lil Wayne Diss Track "Brick To A Million"
Master P addresses a few bars that many have speculated are aimed at Kanye West and Lil Wayne.
On his new track "Brick to a Million" with Fat Trel and Alley Boy, Master P spits a few bars that many interpreted as a diss to Kanye West and Lil Wayne. On the song, he raps, "New niggas wearing dresses, fuck it / I ain't scared to address it / Gangsta niggas on skateboards / I'm at the house breaking motherfucking headboards / Real niggas stand up."
During an interview with Power 106's Big Boy's Neighborhood, the No Limit honcho cleared up misconceptions about the lyrics, stating that he was not addressing those rappers in particular but was instead talking about a radio station employee who told him he was finished.
"Even that, that ain't a diss. I never made a diss record. Like I said, a lot of people, if you feel salty behind that, then I could say if the shoe fit well, I'm not afraid to address it," he said. "I just feel like in Hip Hop, we've got to stick to whether we're going to be real or we not. Like I said, I'm just addressing what I see. To be honest with you, that particular song wasn't about nobody in Hip Hop but I think people taking it like that. This was one of these guys that worked at the radio station and didn't believe in me and told me it was over for me. He ridin' up on a skateboard and got a little mini-skirt on. This a new dude into the business, and he telling me it's over for me."
P, who was rumored to have issues with Cash Money Records back in the day, said that if the rappers took offense to the song, they might want to rethink their choices. But he insists that he has no beef with either of them.
"If you feel guilty about something, then that's something you need to address about with yourself," he said. "Y'all gotta realize, we really from the streets. If there really was a feud, there would have been a problem. But I got love for Baby and them, Lil Wayne. They come from where I come from. It's always been a competition. Everybody want to be the best."