Trick Daddy Says He Paid “Pennies” For Ozzy Osbourne Sample On “Let’s Go”
Written by B87FM on October 7, 2022
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Trick Daddy says that Ozzy Osbourne solely had him pay “pennies” upfront to pattern his 1980 monitor, “Loopy Practice,” on the hit single “Let’s Go,” that includes Lil Jon and Twista. Trick spoke about how the tune got here collectively throughout an interview with HipHopDX on the crimson carpet on the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards.
“After I heard that the unique proprietor of the tune beloved the truth that I wished to redo a pattern of his beat and it wasn’t gonna take that a lot? I used to be prepared to try this,” he stated.
“After all, I gave him his share,” Trick continued. “However so far as upfront cash, it was pennies.”
“Let’s Go” was launched again in 2004 because the lead single from Trick’s sixth studio album Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets. The enduring tune peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Scorching 100. It was produced by Jim Jonsin and Bigg D.
“That [song] and ‘Take It To The Home,’ they gonna play them perpetually for y’all,” Trick added. “And once you get a tune that lasts perpetually, that makes you legendary.”
Take a look at Trick Daddy’s “Let’s Go” beneath.