West coast heavyweight, and former Westside Connection member, Mack 10 sat down with the Bootleg Kev podcast to discuss his fallout with Ice Cube, revealing he hasn’t spoken to Cube in over 20 years, signing with Cash Money Records, and making new music.
The Inglewood, California legend also tells Bootleg Kev he almost signed Snoop Dogg to his Hoo-Bangin’ labels, working with Mannie Fresh on Bang or Ball, his thoughts on Mount Westmore, and more.
Mack 10 first appeared on Ice Cube‘s Bootlegs & B-Sides compilation on the “What Can I Do? (Remix)”, and went on to release 8 albums including his gold-selling 1995 self-titled debut Mack 10, Based On A True Story, and The Recipe, and teaming up with Ice Cube and WC in 1996 to form the Westside Connection. The trio dropped the platinum-selling Bow Down album and 2003’s Terrorist Threats.