ScHoolboy Q Says He & Kendrick Lamar Will "Fight" To Help Get Ab-Soul's Album Out

ScHoolboy Q also says that Alchemist is his favorite producer of all time.

ScHoolboy Q participated in a Q&A on Facebook today (February 26). The TDE rapper was asked more than 1,700 questions during the session. 

Among them, the rapper said that, “WE A FIGHT TIL ITS OUT” when asked about whether or not he and Kendrick Lamar would help labelmate Ab-Soul get his album out.

ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron was released yesterday (February 25). The collection features “Break The Bank,” which was produced by Alchemist. ScHoolboy Q says he holds the producer in the highest regard. "HES MY FAVORITE PROD OF ALL TIME,” he says.

ScHoolboy Q says that people who call him overrated and claim he raps about nothing are incorrect. "IMA GENIUS BRAH, EVERYONE CANT UNDERSTAND ME R I WOULDNT B ONE,” he wrote.

He also said he has a reason why he does not have any Canadian dates on his Oxymoron World Tour. "CANADA HATES ME THEY ALWAYS DENY ME ACCESS SO UNTIL THEY LET ME IN I WONT B THERE,” he said.

ScHoolboy Q was also asked about other members of TDE. When queried about labelmate SZA, ScHoolboy Q says that he would have sex with her. Regarding Jay Rock, he said the Watts, California rapper has a project coming out this year. "YUP AND ITS FUCKING CRAZY,” ScHoolboy Q says.

RELATED: ScHoolboy Q Calls His Gang Past "Embarrassing"

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52 Comments

  • Adam

    Wait.... Why would there be any issues getting Ab Soul's album released?

  • Anonymous

    They can fight to have it released... I still won't listen to it.

  • Alex Anthony

    I love Ab-Soul's hot songs. His main problem is he doesn't really make a good full album. If he were able to step up his game he wouldn't have any trouble getting his shit out himself. No hate on a dude who can go big on any given verse, just needs more consistency. And a fucking haircut.

  • BAM BAM

    The Canadian borders don't like Q, and Danny. But Canada is bumping Q and Danny hard.

  • bill nahsby

    out here in LA we loving that TDE right now

  • Anonymous

    his sales predictions came in hes selling between 150,000-160,000 copies!!! n will debut at #1!!

    • Anonymous

      sam is right once you get that top spot you get the spotlight n have your cd in the number 1 spot so people buy cuz its the in thing

    • Sam Snead

      It's been done many times, they wanted 35,000 in pre-sales they were at 25,000 last I heard. It's called boosting up the sales numbers to be on top of the billboards or close to it. That way you build more sales for the upcoming weeks on name recognition and popularity

    • Anonymous

      why would interscope buy 50k? they would lose money they had already sold 35 000 albums in pre-orders a week before it came out in stores....

    • Sam Snead

      Ya, 50,000 of those bought by interscope I bet. Still decent in these days and times, prolly do 300,000-400,000 by years end

    • Anonymous

      damn thats really dope, thats french montana's total sales in 1 week. that means rick ross should be able to pull in 250k, remember j cole did 297k!

  • Anonymous

    SOREN BAKER FUCKING SUCKS!

  • 000

    or something like that lol

  • 000

    last month of school year summer

  • 000

    yea never seen adrenna in school till last month of school year then they left said she went to other school dif town

  • 000

    bob is todds age 42 or 43

  • 000

    spently sean go men acted like they hated each other

  • 000

    out of talking most sht word wise spently sean go men jr

  • 0000

    an adrenna an tham moved in 1991

  • 0000

    shay and alfors have ppl drive em around in cars a lot hang with white girls sometimes

  • 0000

    or play crazy do weird sht

  • 0000

    spently sea go men alford woud try hit girls

  • Anonymous

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    • Mike

      And your point is? Drake is very successful, in a popular sense. Can we say he's better than Kendrick or Ab-Soul when it comes to lyrical skill? Or just two other guys that others think he's better than, Common or Kanye? Stop trying to prove he's really that tight. All the guys I named have a better lyrical skill than he has. Production wise, Kanye, Common and Kendrick are better, Ab is really close, he doesn't have the mixtape production Drake has. Childish Gambino is a better Drake than Drake skill wise.

  • Anonymous

    Translation: Jimmy wont let ab soul release his album

    • mr hand

      jimmy has nothing to do with ab soul dropping an album.. ab soul is not signed to interscope, only kendrick and schoolboy are.

  • Anonymous

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