Flakko came prepared, no holds barred, when asking Lil Man J about his lyrics being cap or not, his background, black culture, and more. So much so that management felt the need to intervene.
1:30 Lil Man J says he's completely independent
2:20 Lil Man J says one of his chains is fake, Flakko is shocked but appreciates the honestly
3:35 Flakko says the fake one looks better than the real one
4:30 Lil Man J grew up with several medical conditions: Distal Arthrogryposis, Scoliosis, Cleft Palate, and Club foot
6:32 Flakko asks if Lil Man J ever felt trapped inside his body, parallel with his speech impediment experience
8:50 Haters in high school are ruthless, then kids switch up when you have clout
9:20 This girl used to ignore Lil Man J, said she didn't have time for him, now she says she has time, J hung up on her
10:31 Lil Man J says he can't handle fat ***, the ratio won't work, Flakko asks "How big is 'it' "
11:25 J shows with his hands: "Looks like 2 or 3 inches"
14:20 Flakko asks why Lil Man J doesn't like white women, J likes Mia Khalifa type
15:35 Flakko recognizes that Lil Man J is not an industry plant, however, labels sometimes act like someone aint signed and built a fake success story
16:45 Lil Man J explains why he's not an industry plant, says he started when he was 13, making songs on garage band
18:30 In 2021, Lil Man J was inspired by Polo G, mesmerized by his success so he went in on the social media research, how to promote etc, how to use Tiktok etc
20:00 His Tiktok about saving money on gas is the first clip that kinda started catching waves, few weeks later he used that momentum and added his own music and it blew up
21:10 Lil Man J explains how to go up on social media, good title, keep it short like 7 seconds
26:40 The "Cap Freestyle" that really blew him up, says a lot of it in the rap game is
27:45 Flakko printed the lyrics and wants to break them all the way down!
28:15 Flakko asks: Has anybody ever RIP from making the wrong move towards you?"
28:59 "What hood did Lil Man J reside in?" + Flakko asks why he feels the need to add the "hood" aspect to it when he hasn't lived it
31:00 J says he's working on new music that's gonna be more true to him
31:44 Flakko calls him a vulture using the street angle to get on
32:20 Lil Man J says it's just a smart move even though he struggles to answer, then retorts with something besides the point: "I can't rap like that forever, I don't wanna be known as the Lil Baby clone"
34:50 Lil Man J, are you a culture vulture?
36:42 Lil Man J says he's giving back to the community, $20 here and there, Flakko calls cap, J gets flustered: "I guess that one didn't work"
38:00 Lil Man J says he doesn't owe anything to the streets, says he stopped rapping about the streets, so he doesn't need to give back
40:15 Flakko says Lil Man J profits off the real-life struggle of people from the streets
41:10 Lil Man J says he's down to give 10% of the proceeds from his music back to the streets + Flakko says he's gonna follow up on that
43:20 Flakko suggests giving back to Tariq Nasheed's school and other charities
43:55 Lil Baby acknowledging Lil Man J, thinks he was a little diss even though he was already tryna transition from the "street shit", J says: "I don't think he F with me"
45:10 Some may say Lil Man J is responsible for Lil Baby falling off
48:22 Flakko quizzes Lil Man J about hip hop music history, J can only think of 2 songs by Pac, he's only 18
49:45 The manager intervenes saying Flakko is going too hard on Lil Man J - Flakko says he's prepping J, Ebro will ask way worst questions, J asks: "What the F is a Ebro?"
51:05 Lil Man J says the Island Boys stole his song, and 21 Savage stole another song
52:20 Lil Man J says he kinda also made that up with the Island Boys as well, but bought the beat exclusively so they can't do anything
55:43 New projects in 2024
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