JAY-Z, an American rapper, has revealed that he does not charge for features. It denotes that JAY-Z has no price tag when it comes to features.
During his interview with Kevin Hart for Season 2 of Peacock’s “Hart to Heart,” the rap legend discussed how he selects collaborators. Not surprisingly, he admits that he is usually the one who is asked to collaborate and that his decisions are “mostly based on relationships.”
“I’m asked to be on almost every song I’m on.” “I don’t ask people to be on my songs,” Hov said.
And if you’re one of the lucky few to get a JAY-Z feature, it’ll be free. He admitted, “I never charge.”
He admits, however, that the chances of him saying yes are slim. “Way more no’s than yes’s,” said the billionaire, who collaborated with Pusha T on “Neck & Wrist” this year.
But if the answer is no, he won’t waste your time. “I try to be straightforward. It occasionally slips through the cracks. “Sometimes I want to do it, but my life is in a different place and I’m moving, and I can’t,” he explained. “However, I usually try to be honest with people. I don’t like to drag, waste people’s time, or keep them waiting.”
During the interview, the father of three also discussed how fatherhood has altered his time management.
“You were reckless with your time before,” he said, revealing that he tries to spend as much time at home as possible. “Every second you spend takes away from the development of these people you brought here and love more than anything else in the world.”
— JAY-Z Daily (@JAY_Z_Daily) July 15, 2022
Elsewhere, he reflected on his brief retirement and how he has no plans to return to rap.
“I tried that, and I’m terrible at it,” he admitted before revealing that he isn’t currently working on music. “I’m not sure what happens next.” I’m not actively making music or recording an album, nor do I have plans to do so, but I never want to say I’m retired.”