Probably because Big Soob didn't want to be on the label that quick. Needed some time probably. I wish Big Scoob was on Strange for a while now, but as long as he's on now it's all good. Anyway he was true with Tech since RDV and Tech did make a song about him on MLK so that's straight.
Think alot had to do with having alot of people on Strange Music at the time, Tech prob wanted to just sign the RDV'S but logisticly couldn't figure it out to work good for everyone. All I got to say is timing was prob key, Skat and Snug leaving to venture on left an open slot. All the RDV's is fucken dope. Sick em sick em.
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