Interview: Smack White Talks Jae Millz – Who He’d Love To See Him Battle & If It Will Happen

Smack White x Jae Millz

Growing up in the Smack DVD era, my favorite battle of all time was Jae Millz vs. Murda Mook on 125th St. in Harlem. Since then, Mook has remained a fixture on the battle scene (though becoming much more exclusive with his battles), while Millz opted for the mainstream, and went on to leave battling for a record deal with Lil Wayne‘s Young Money imprint.

In recent years, battle rap has become much more popular on a mainstream level, and it’s birthed stars like Hollow Da Don, Tsu Surf, Arsonal and more, but longtime fans are still itching to see Millz get back in the ring – especially with Mook, as it’s long been a debate on the winner.

Over the summer, Millz responded to the chatter, and took to Instagram proclaiming he wouldn’t bring his jersey out of retirement for any less than $100k. A small exchange with Smack White himself ensued, but not much came out of it. When I caught up with Smack a while later, I had to get his take on it! Check out what he had to say below.
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(Photos + Video) Me Doing Misc. Cool Shit – 2010


Went to Miami for Superbowl and hit the studio with French Montana and T-Pain, assisted Jae Millz for a few months so did some cool stuff, got my song on HipHopDX (listen here!), made a random video lipsyncing to Nicki Minaj‘s “Bottoms Up” that went viral (watch below), dropped by Angela Yee‘s show on Shade 45 a few times and hit a few clubs and concerts with some cool people.
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(Photos) Me Doing Misc. Cool Shit – 2008


Filming a segment with Lil Cease, interviewing Mack Maine and Jae Millz for Culture Shock Mag after Wayne‘s NJ show plus a few other Wayne shows, Salt N’ Pepa‘s book release, meeting Charli Baltimore at an event, hitting Shade 45, a Hanson meet-and-greet at my school and Tyga‘s show in NJ.
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