Juvenile spoke on Diddy talking about all the singles from his ‘400 Degreez’ album, noting that every last song should have been a single.

Juvenile said that he should have listened to Diddy. Juvenile also spoke on DJ Jubilee trying to sue him for copyright infringement, and that he was still cool with Jubilee following the suit. Juvenile also speaks about “Back That Ass Up” inspiring Mystikal’s “Shake Ya Ass,” and Juvenile said that Mystikal can sample any of his songs. He also reacted to Drake remaking the song with “Practice,” and Juvenile called Drake a stand-up guy. Moving along, Juvenile admitted that he didn’t slow down and enjoy his early success, and he admits that he wishes he would’ve put out more singles from “400 Degreez” before releasing his next project.