Chicago artist Young Chop has been very vocal about his issues with Kanye West in the past. The 21-year old producer, has been disappointed with Kanye and his lack of support of artists from his hometown and claims he uses them for his own selfish gain. In a recent interview with VladTV, Young Chop explained his problem with Ye’ and challenged him to do more for Chicago artists.

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Young Chop said,

“My problem was – or still is – that n*gga you need to come f*ck with us. Come f*ck with me n*gga, cause I got a motherf*cking ear too n*gga,” he added, “I know new talent. N*gga, you need new writers? You need new producers? Wassup? I got all that sh*t.”

Chop, who’s best known for being the creator of tracks like Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” and Big Sean’s “Mula” said that Kanye could do for Chicago what other artists have done for Atlanta. He said, “Let’s get this b*tch scorching,” he continued, “Let’s get this b*tch going even more crazy. Let’s find the next Chief Keef or even better. Cause we got that sh*t here. That’s all I want n*ggas to do. I can’t do it by myself.”

Check out the full interview below.