For hip-hop fans worldwide, the late 2000s and the early 2010s represented the dawning of a new era in rap.

The prime years of rappers such as T.I., Lil Wayne, and Kanye West began to supersede the lyrical rap generation of the previous decade and a half. With that came a litany of new game-changing emcees such as Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Tyler the Creator, Big Sean, Kid Cudi, A$Ap Rocky, and Nicki Minaj. All of those recording artists deserve their flowers for making substantial contributions to hip hop during that era. Not to be outdone, Amber Rose, one of the era’s most prominent socialites, recently made the shocking claim that she too deserves her fair share of credit for curating some of the best collaborative efforts in music back then.

During a sit-down interview with the co-hosts of the Higher Learning podcast (Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay), Rose nonchalantly stated that she A&R’d music of some of the most popular rappers during their heyday.