“I Got Bitches”
Yung Joc: It’s just one of them records. It’s not a real upbeat record, but it is definitely a melodical, trance-y, type of feel. It’s featuring my homies D Dro and AE20—cats that run with me in the city of Atlanta. My boy D Dro, he Haitian and he from New York, so its just one of them things you just never know who gonna be who and what’s gonna be what. I like the record cause it allows me to just be Joc.
I just believe in making music and just as your everyday life, your social life, your business, your personal. As it evolves, so will the way your express through music. Now, that doesn’t work for everybody cause you got some cats [when] you hear some new shit, ‘Well, that shit sound old as hell. That shit sound dated. You sound like you back in ’06.’ But, if you listen to right now, everything I was doing in ’06 [has] damn near come back. If you take Juicy J and see what he just did on Miley Cyrus: “Js on my feet, Js on my feet, Js on my feet. So get like me.” That’s me. “Just bought a zone, Js on my feet / I’m on that patron, so get like me.” You see what I am saying?
I think I have some big plans, presently and in the vey near future for me. So, I think sometimes we all need a good comeback story. 2 Chainz, he had a good comeback story, but he’s first run wasn’t as big as mine as Tity Boi with Playaz Circle with “Duffle Bag Boy” featuring Lil Wayne. That was the record they had worked, but it didn’t garner international success and national success as I had with my first run. His story coming back as 2 Chainz is a lot of don’t even realize that he’s Tity Boi still. But, for me, it was such an inspirational comeback story that it inspired me to continue fighting. With that, this is the same rundown I had to get at my label. Like, yo, this shit ain’t over for me nigga. It’s just about timing and when God sees fit for me to be back in front of the masses, I’ll be sitting in front of you doing an XXL interview or 106 & Park releasing a new single. And here it is, it is all coming in fruition.