As the man who DJed behind Jay Z on the infamous Summer Jam stage, he gives his take on the Drake/Meek Mill battle, discusses every element of ghostwriting, and makes it clear why no one should go at Pusha T. He also talks about how Jay Z got onstage and dissed Tupac after he had already died, one night at the Apollo. As he says, “Jay did a record going at Pac but right as it was about to go out, son died. We performed it though. We was at the Apollo. It was…scathing. Crowds was like, oh shit.” Clark also shares why Pharrell (and Jermaine Dupri) are the greatest producers ever, what happened when he introduced Shyne to Jay Z, and how in the world he signed 98 Degrees to Motown Records. Check out the full audio interview above with ItsTheReal.