Mistah F.A.B. Explains DJ Mustard Beef Resolution

Exclusive: "One thing that we never wanted it to be was a California Bay Area versus LA thing," Mistah F.A.B. says, "because that becomes bigger than Rap."

DJ Mustard says that working with San Francisco Bay Area acts IamSu! and AKAFrank on his 10 Summers album represents a “Bay to LA” vibe. 

“It’s something to do for the Bay, man,” DJ Mustard said of his “Can’t Tell Me Shit” song during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX that premiered in the DX Daily today (August 11). “There’s always controversy about do I get along with the people from the Bay. Me and Su got a cool relationship. I feel like it was time for us to do something, so we did it on my album.”  

In June, Oakland rapper Mistah F.A.B. discussed the music from his city, which he said had been appropriated by DJ Mustard. The two were reportedly involved in a June altercation, but have since moved past the incident. 

“One thing that we never wanted it to be was a California Bay Area versus LA thing because that becomes bigger than Rap,” Mistah F.A.B. says during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX that also premiered in the DX Daily today. “That becomes outside of our hands where many people get involved and it becomes a flame that explodes, that can’t be drenched, that can’t be drowned out because it becomes bigger than he and I. So, luckily enough, he and I were able to build an understanding. That bridge of building, we moved forward and that’s a good thing.” 

For additional DJ Mustard and Mistah F.A.B. coverage, watch the following DX Daily:

 

8 Comments

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  • Anonymous

    Royce da 5' 9 bodied Mrs. Fab!! Does he even have a career outside of the bay area?

    • Anonymous

      what're you talkin about. royce admitted he lost that battle and really, who the fuck is royce? what classic albums does he have? he's em's little man, kinda like you bitch.

  • Anonymous

    ummm, isnt this article about Mustard? the F.A.B. shit at the bottom is old.

    • Anonymous

      why you sound so burnt out tho, Justin Hunte? yall remind me of casino dealers, love their job, hate their customers.

    • Justin Hunte

      The FAB interview happened last Thursday and was released for the first time today in the DX Daily at the bottom of the article. The Mustard interview happened on Saturday and was released for the first time today in the DX Daily at the bottom of the article. Thank you for the comment, Anonymous. We appreciate it.

  • drone killa

    i agree that dj mustard is runnin the game with the hyphy style, from the bay area. i like a lot of mustard tracks, and i have no allegience to hyphy as i'm not from the bay or part of that movement so i don't really care, but what mistah fab said is true, he is using the bay area style.

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