Singled Out: "I Ran Into DJ Drama In Atlanta & Told Him - 'Oh Yeah, By The Way, I Bodied That Sh*t'"

Tuesday, Dec 18, 2012 12:10AM

Written by SOHH for Uncle Murda

[SOHH highlights a hot record each Tuesday and offers a unique look at the track in Singled Out. After Nitty Scott grounded her "Planes, Trains & Automobiles" anthem, New York rapper Uncle Murda unloads on his personal "My Moment" freestyle.]

For this record, I really wanted to give the people a little piece of my life, my history and what I've been going through and what's been going on with me.

I actually wrote the song out here [in New York] but I had ran into DJ Drama in Atlanta and told him how much I was feeling the record and I told him I did that sh*t over. I went up to him like, "Yo, Dram, I'm loving your record. Oh yeah, by the way, I bodied that sh*t also." That's it.

Chris Lighty was my manager for like six, seven years, so he helped me so much with everything that I was doing with this music thing and I also lost my moms when I was a young kid so that's why I put a little bit of that in there.

I talk about the struggle of my mom passing away and my little brothers having to make certain things happen and just the whole [personal life], one of my friends that I was real close to got killed. Working with Chris Lighty and him getting me my deal with Jay-Z at first and us keeping on grinding and he actually got me the situation I've got with L.A. Reid over at Epic right now, and then him passing away. I just wanted to touch up on a few topics.

I just felt like I had to touch on some personal things going on in my life on that record.

Uncle Murda is a New York rapper known for his East New York roots. Signed to Def Jam by Jay-Z in the mid-2000's, Murda has collaborated with tons of big acts including Jay-Z, Jim Jones, DJ Green Lantern, French Montana, Jadakiss, Styles P and more. Murda is currently signed to Epic Records.

Check out Uncle Murda's "My Moment" freestyle:

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