Hi-Tek reflects on his days at Rawkus Records with XXL. He says he left the label after getting stuck for his paper.
“It was an issue for me, a big issue for me at a point in time, with Rawkus because I was producing a lot of [their] records. I wasn’t making no money so we kinda had a little business fall out, but I love Rawkus for what they did for me and my career. I take nothing away from that.”
You gotta pay dues.