Vado was the next artist to stop by “The World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show,” The Breakfast Club. In this interview, sits down to discuss his resolutions of the year. After releasing Slime Flu 3, he’s back on the radar, as he leaves Interscope to pursue an even bigger route. Cam’ron refuses to hold Vado back to greatness and the Dipset/UN affiliate is looking to make his way to South Beach, and DJ Khaled’s We the Best imprint.
It could be a great move for Vado, and might prove to create an even bigger buzz for him. He’s still a free agent until the ink is dry, so for now, its bidding war. He also speaks on upcoming collabs with Fab and other artists and what beats are knocking in the clubs. The Southern sound is everywhere, but Vado misses New York Hip Hop, so he’s on a mission to bring it back.