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The Game Removes NBA YoungBoy From His Album Over $150K Fee



The Game Removes NBA YoungBoy From His New Album "Drillmatic" Over Feature Price

The Game Removes NBA YoungBoy From His New Album “Drillmatic” Over Feature Price

The Game had managed to get NBA YoungBoy on his new album DRILLMATIC: Heart vs Mind called “OPP.” Sadly, the song was scrapped from the album not long after it dropped.

According to HipHopDX, Wack 100, The Game’s manager, said NBA YoungBoy’s fee to get on the song was $300,000.

He ended up cutting the game a deal and only wanted half off that. Wack said NBA’s price still would’ve put Game way over budget…marketing wise.

“So I had to make an executive decision on whether I wanted to pay the tab he sent me, which was a respectable, great tab, it was love, I can’t front,” Wack said.

“But that tab would’ve cut into that, that and that. He gave me a deal for half that. He already sent me a bill for 150, which was love, that’s nephew. So 300 is his rate, but you know, because what happens is with YoungBoy, he was going to do that for the video and everything.”

He added, “So once you go to video and YouTube, he one of the highest streaming individuals on YouTube.”

Wack did say that if the Game didn’t add 10 extra songs on the album then they would’ve been able to afford the song.

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