Da Brat remains to be attempting to resolve whether or not or not she’ll signal on to do Deb’s track on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the all-new ‘Rising Up Hip Hop Atlanta.’ Brat and Deb have an sincere dialogue concerning the scenario.
Deb Antney is attempting to get a bunch of artists to come back collectively on a track, however it hasn’t been straightforward. She needs Da Brat to be featured, however the rapper isn’t so positive she needs to be concerned. “Me and Deb have had some talks to see if we gonna make this EP or no matter it’s she’s attempting to do occur. However I’ve to be actually, actually satisfied that it ain’t gonna be no bullsh*t,” Da Brat admits on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the Feb. 18 episode of Rising Up Hip Hop Atlanta.
Da Brat and Deb comply with have a sit-down assembly to debate the track. They each attempt to clarify their sides to the difficulty. Da Brat asks about Deb’s son, Waka Flocka Flame, being on the track, and Deb tries to deflect. Waka already advised his mother that the track concept is “cliche.” Da Brat doesn’t let Deb get away with not speaking about Waka.
She admits that Waka agreed with Brat. As Deb continues to clarify, Brat retains slicing her off. “Okay, Brat. So Waka agreed with you, and he broke that factor down and he made me perceive,” Deb says in her confessional. “Good, dangerous, or detached, I’ve to take it. However my final objective was as soon as I bought everyone else straight, and now I may current this to her, I needed all of it collectively. She was not alleged to be in that room that day.”
“I do know who you’re, and I do know that it’s a blessing for any person to get there with you. You’re a legend,” Deb tells Brat. She agrees to let Brat have some management over who’s concerned. “Now that I’ve heard what she needed to say I gotta determine who’s gonna be eager about engaged on this observe. Ultimately, if it’s not proper, I’m nonetheless not f**king with it,” Brat says. She leaves Deb with, “I’ll give it some thought. I do know what you need, Deb. I can’t promise I’m gonna give it to you.”
The synopsis for the Feb. 18 episode reads: “Brat appeals to JD about Bow’s scandalous new album, however his response throws her for a loop. Shaniah and JD be a part of forces to make optimistic adjustments of their group. BT’s celebration culminates in an all-out lady battle.” Rising Up Hip Hop Atlanta airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on WE television.