Ace Hood was the next artist to stop by “The World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show,” The Breakfast Club. In this interview, Ace Hood discusses coming into his own shell as an artist as opposed to being the guy that’s featured on tracks for DJ Khaled and Ca$h Money. He goes into speaking on his 2011 hit-single “Hustle Hard” that led to him getting a solo deal with Ca$h Money and Universal Republic.
In closing young Gutta touches on his fourth studio album “Trials & Tribulations” which the crew is aiming for a Summer release.
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