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12 June, 2013@6:11 am
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R.A. The Rugged Man may have a thriving independent career in 2013, but back in the 90s his outlandish behavior left him blackballed by the industry, with rumors flying about his out-of-control conduct. In a new interview with Backspin TV, R.A. confirms that one of those rumors is actually true. “In Long Island there were a lot of dirty girls,” he explains. “They’d sleep with whoever I told them to. I used to bring them around to meetings. It would be like ‘Go sleep with my lawyer’, or ‘Go sleep with this hot producer, and I could get a beat maybe’…In the 90s I was known for that.” Check out the interview above, where R.A. also speaks on U.S. gun laws, the guests on his new album Legends Never Die, and how hip-hop is becoming too politically correct. Legends Never Die is R.A.’s long-awaited new album, featuring appearances from the likes of Tech N9ne, Hopsin, Brother Ali, Krizz Kaliko, Talib Kweli, Vinnie Paz, Masta Ace, Sadat X, Eamon, and more.


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