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The Million Dollaz Worth Of Game Guys Got To Sit Down With The Legendary Babyface And Their Interview Is Unbelievable

I'm not sure the average Stoolie realizes what Gillie and Wallo have been doing this past year with the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast. Or in general. 

For starters, they surpassed 1 Million subscribers on Youtube alone recently, which is bonkers. 

They've landed some of the best guests and conducted some of the best interviews I've heard in quite some time, (like this one with Iron Mike)

And they show zero signs of slowing down.

Gillie also played in the Big 3 Celebrity Game last week and absolutely dominated. Earning himself MVP in the process.

This past week they dropped an interview that was very near and dear to my heart. They sat down with the incomparable, and elusive, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds. 

If you grew up in the 90s or early 2000s there is 0.0% chance you didn't slow dance to a Babyface song at a school dance. 

Or a song he produced.


The man DOMINATED the airwaves and R&B music for nearly 3 decades. 

We're talking all time, all time, love making music.

(These were a little before my time, but still heaters)


In the interview, he talks about working with everybody under the sun. Wallo and Gillie did an awesome job of pulling some amazing stories out of him, like working with the greatest voice of all time, Whitney Houston-



And I'd be remiss if I didn't mention that one of Babyface's first songs he produced is one of my all-time favorite jams, in any genre, ever. The 1987 BANGER "Rock Steady" by The Whispers

(Play this song and try to be in a bad mood for the rest of the day. You can't. You'll be singing it in your head and bobbing your head for the next 4 hours. You're welcome)

Also, remember the montage song from Ghostbusters 2 when the boys get their shit in gear and start to turn things around? That was Bobby Brown + Babyface


For the full interview here you go. It's a great walk down memory lane. If you're a music fan or just enjoy laughing your ass off at two guys who are naturally hilarious, do yourself a favor and subscribe to Million Dollaz Worth Of Game.

p.s. - Dru Hill still fucks. Sorry not sorry.