Chamillionaire did speak candidly about the contract structure at the labels.“Because the industry’s doing so bad right now, I think most contracts are designed for artists to fail,” he said.The grunge generation’s main memory of him will be Smells Like Nirvana, which ridiculed Kurt Cobain’s unintelligible lyrics and had a video which was nominated at the 1992 MTV Awards alongside the original.
The veteran of musical vaudeville might now be 54 but he shows no sign of slowing down. Over a 38-year career, he’s recorded more than 150 parody songs, released 14 studio albums, played over 1000 live shows (to audiences who "range from toddlers to geriatrics”) and shifted 13 million albums.
He’s directed videos for other artists, including Hanson, Ben Folds and Black Crowes.
Quote from Chamillionaire: "I walked around the music industry for a bunch of years, right? I didn't see wealthy." "I got into the tech industry, l see wealthy every day.
The Snapchat CEO is 24 years old and a billionaire.
Dude, Finals, and Music: They posted this photo on twitter last night, and tried to clown Chamillionaire.