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For most fans, a formal introduction to Kurupt came along with khakis, Nike Cortez sneakers and all the classic memories of Death Row during the label’s peak in the ‘90s. Whether it was a confrontation with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DMX and Foxy Brown or his former label mates Snoop Dogg and Daz, loyalty is the common thread between both some of his most heated battles and their ensuing reconciliations. I always thought that album was dope, because you were coming from a different perspective on it. When we made that record, we were more or less trying to find our new selves. DX: I saw you at the adidas Originals joint with Snoop.
I really wanted to work, make money, train these emcees. As you can see, Snoop is Snoop Lion, and I plan on being a part of bringing the Dogg back. I really felt like a star then with a star girlfriend. First, we were messing around, but then I really fell in love with the girl. I think we started off a whole new era, because after that, everybody started getting together and being public. I just got with Inga [Foxy Brown], and they couldn’t tell me shit, because Inga was so hot. DX: Where were you when she told you she first started losing her hearing? Even though we weren’t together, I got a genuine love for Inga and her entire family. After that, you see all kinds of star couples nowadays, which is a good thing. I couldn’t really call her, because we can’t go five seconds without getting into a little bit of an argument. That’s one of the things I loved about her, though. We did the boat cruise in Puerto Rico, and they were telling me stories and they said, “Foxy did one of these.” I said, “How long before she got kicked off?
Like two days.” Went to the nail lady and the nail lady said, “Wait, I got clients.
Is there an artist you’re working with that you’re feeling or in the zone right now? My main thing is really getting me and the homies back in motion, musically.
I’ll get them all right.” I’ll make some of these real records with them and give them that flavor. DX: Was that really the source of some of the conflict with The Dogg Pound back then with you, Snoop and Daz? That was right before the real estate market crashed in the next year. Then, I’m going back to acting and jumping back into that game. DX: What are you excited about with putting music back out?
I would’ve gotten upset too if they rolled off with my enemy. You can’t make logic to something that’s illogical. I wanted a regular job, I wanted to relax and I’m not into this or that. That’s not what we were taught when we were young, so it was something I had to pay for, because it really put a damper in me and my team. Over time, we got over it, and that’s Dogg’s heart. That’s one thing I learned about Dogg, and it’s the same thing with me and Daz.
Working with Notch, Derrick Jerkins, Daz, Soopafly, League of Stars, DNYCE…you know, working with a lot of new talent. I love how adamant they are about music, and I remember at one time how we were like that. You can hear it in the music, the lyrics, and the delivery. I’m staying around a lot of the new artists coming around and doing their thing, and I stay around the originals.
“At 16, I moved to California,” Kurupt explained from his spacious “studio house.” “I brought that skill over here, and that’s when Dr. Philly gave me my skill, and California critiqued it.” California critiqued it, embraced it and various media outlets used that diverse skill set to turn individual beefs between Suge Knight, Sean Combs, Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B. DX: How long did it take you to get rejuvenated again? That was that transition of learning who I was as a man, which I found that a lot of people live the artist. They don’t even know who they are as a man or as a woman. During those times right there, that was the transition of me learning who I was as a man, which kind of took away from the lyrics. When we got back together, it was hard to transition after so much bad blood amongst each other to get back in rhythm together.