Freeway on feud with Just Blaze, meeting Nas, and album production in Vibe interview.
The Philly Rapper said that his feud with Blaze was "childish" on his part. "I don’t remember exactly when but I had reached out to him and apologized for everything that happened with me getting upset with him because he wasn’t on my Free At Last album. That was childish of me. It was actually egged on by people around me."
He also detailed how Blaze has created many opportunities for him in the past. "I got nothing but respect for Just. He did a lot for me for my career; he opened up a lot of doors for me, and gave me a lot of good records. He gave me a lot of good situations like the Mariah Carey record."
He also said he only hated on Nas because of his own affiliation with Jay-Z, and that he met Nas on the set of Jay's "Roc Boys" video in 2009, and they patched things up. "Yeah I got a chance to meet him. ... I always loved Nas’ music. But I was riding for the team no matter what. So we was at the video shoot for "Roc Boys" after he and Jay got cool. We were leaving out at the same time, so I stopped him and I was like 'Yo I love your music dawg' and he was like 'I love your music too.' So he gave me a pound and we embraced each other."
The rest of the interview details working with different producers on numerous mixtapes and releases. Check out the tracklist for Diamond In The Ruff here.