Earlier today, Philadelphia rapper Freeway caught up with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to discuss the Roc-A-Fella Reunion Concert, his new album, and the much talked about debacle between Cassidy and Meek Mill.

Before Freeway gave his thoughts on the Meek Mill and Cassidy battle which has yet to come to fruition, he clarified his relationship with Roc-A-Fella and Roc Nation.

“I’m not signed to Roc-A-Fella. I don’t think it’s a Roc-A-Fella right now. I think it’s just Roc Nation and I’m not signed to Roc Nation,” Freeway explained in a video posted on XclusivesZone.net. “I’m an independent artist. I put this album out on Babygrande Records and I’m just doing me. Me and Jay still got a good relationship, but I’m a man. I’m doing me. I’m out here feeding my family.”

As a rapper representing the state of Philadelphia, Freeway of course gave his two cents on a possible rap battle between fellow Philly spitters Meek Mill and Cassidy. The former Roc-A-Fella artist didn’t choose sides, but did comment on Cassidy’s expertise in battle rap and how huge winning a battle would be for Meek Mill.

“I don’t know man. I have to see it,” said Freeway when asked who would win a rap battle between Cassidy and Meek Mill. “Cass, that’s what he do. The majority of his bars is battle bars; you know what I’m saying? But Meek do that too so who knows, you never know.”

“I mean it’s up to him. If he [Meek Mill] win can you imagine how crazy it’d be if he pulled it off? Who knows man,” the rapper added.

Freeway’s appearance on The Breakfast Club comes shortly after he released his independent album, Diamond In The Ruff, late last month.

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