Chamillionaire Interview w/ Bootleg Kev (Video)

blame it on Shake May 3, 2013

While on air with Bootleg Kev, Chamillionaire breaks down the reasoning behind him leaving Universal, why Ultimate Victory didn’t move as much commercially as his debut Sound of Revenge, his unreleased Venom LP and what’s on the horizon.

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  • This man is so down-to-earth, humble, and talented and he treats his fans better than any other artist that I know. I will forever be a fan. It is down right now while he adds a forum, but when it goes back up, you should all join his website.

  • Anonymous Coward

    All I know is that his Jordan story forever will have cats rolling laughing.

  • kenarious

    this my guy man. i copped that ultimate victory and hes consistent never heard him come lame or out of his character. salute. and mixtape messiah is possibly the greatest mixtape series

  • mike

    One of the smartest rappers ever and incredibly well connected to the fans. His regular e-mails to fans are dope and showcase just how many die hard fans he has.

    I’ve noticed Cham has a pretty good idea of what his fans are going to like. Slow Loud & Bangin’ was a straight hit from Elevate and he knew that people would get behind it. Hip-hop Police wasn’t the best first single to drop off Ultimate Victory and he knew it too. I thought he made the right move with Creepin Solo and the remixes were ill but we all know how that ended.

    Anything Cham releases is insta-purchase from me and hope he becomes a household name once again.