“Show Me The Money 5” Rapper Xitsuh Explains Reports About Joining YG
Recently there have been rumors about Xitsuh signing a contract with YG Entertainment.
On July 28, the 24-year-old rapper addressed the rumors in an interview with Star News. He says, “I have not discussed a contract in detail [with YG]. I have not even talked about a contract with YG, so I think these rumors got distorted.”
Xitsuh explains, “I got contacted by Kush when I was on ‘Show Me the Money 4’ last year. I was thankful for his words about liking my music and hoping to work together in the future. Following that we met a few times to work on some songs.”
He continues, “However, Kush was busier than I thought he would be. I heard about him establishing YG’s sub-label THE BLACK LABEL at that time and besides that he was busy working on songs for BIGBANG, Zion.T, and other agency artists. I remember him being busy with a lot of work.”
The rapper further comments, “We were able to contact each other often through ‘Show Me the Money 5,’ but I don’t think specific collaboration plans or a contract will happen right now.”
Xitsuh reveals his future plans and says, “I don’t think I will sign a contract with a company and promote immediately. I might sign a contract later but not right now.”
Having made it to the top six on “Show Me the Money 5,” many fans hope to see more of him soon.