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Producer Jazze Pha tells Ed Lover & Monie Love the story of how his life changed in one night after meeting his idol. Jazze explains that his manager took him to meet the late rapper MC Breed one night while he was recording in a studio. The Flint, Michigan rapper was best known for his 1991 hit “Ain’t No Future in Yo Frontin” and the 1993, “Gotta Get Mine,” featuring 2Pac.


Jazze explains how that one night lead MC Breed to immediately buy one of his songs, and put him up in his house alongside his family. He also talks about the subsequent domino affect that built his successful career. Check out this exclusive video above to hear Jazze tell the whole incredible story more in this clip from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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