It seems leaving Cassper Nyovest's Family Tree was a blessing in disguise for Chad Da Don , who now has his own label, and can release music on his own terms.
Chad spoke candidly to Tonight about his fall out with the rapper, his debut album, The Book of Chad, and his record label, DCM Entertainment.
Chad says he stuck by Cassper’s side before the Mama I Made It rapper hit major fame.
“I thought that homie (Nyovest) would’ve at least been true to me like I was to him… Before his success, I was there. Before Gusheshe, he asked me if he could be on my song, Hola. People say he put me on. You don’t have any clue where I come from," he told the publication.
The pair’s personal relationship soured after Chad left Cassper’s record label, Family Tree.
Despite taking shots at Cassper in his diss track, Chad Is Better, Chad says he still thinks Cassper is dope.
“I do like Cassper, he’s a dope rapper. But we got into the label thing and I wasn’t allowed to release music for a while and, like I said, I don’t blame anyone. When you’re the biggest rapper, it’s all about you. But you should have never asked me to be a part of your squad then. Chad is Better is this boy breaking out of this cage and just being himself and you seeing his greatness and power that people never thought he had.”