Last week Young Guru chopped it up with Sumit of The Hip Hop Chronicle UK.

The conversation starts with Guru breaking down his history into the game, working with Bad Boy, Chucky Thompson and Deric “D-Dot” Angelettie. In 1999, the Delaware native began work on the Mad Rapper album with D-Dot.

Before joining Roc-A-Fella, Guru had already worked with Busta Rhymes, Eminem, and 50 Cent.

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During his stay in London, Guru got a chance to watch the “Otis” video, he gives his thoughts on that before talking about some of his favourite tracks on Watch The Throne.

Following the release of Jay-Z and Kanye’s album, 9th Wonder got a lot of criticism for his opinion on the project. Guru jumped to the defence of 9th Wonder and he explains why.

Finally, Guru tells me about a time when he battled Just Blaze at Bassline and how it hurt his ego.