After Chief Keef released his hit song “I Don’t Like” which was produced by Young Chop, Kanye West decided to make a remix of the popular hip hop song which featured Pusha T, Jadakiss, Big Sean, and Chief Keef. Young Chop took offense to Kanye West’s remix due to the fact Kanye West remixed his beat without his approval, and claims he would have liked for Kanye West to at least credit him for his work. He would later appear in an interview admitting that Kanye West reached out to him and any problems they had, was resolved. Though the beef with Kanye West was squashed, Pusha T released a song called “Exodus 23:1” which was a diss song aimed toward multiple artists such as Lil Wayne, Drake, and Young Chop. In the song Pusha T took aim at Chop with the line “You can keep yo beats n*gga/ we much rather share your b*tch/ ni*, b*tch n*gga”. The diss from Kanye West’s artist came as a surprise to Chop because he had already squashed his beef with Kanye West, and said on an interview that if Pusha T has any problems with him he should contact him. In 2013, Young Chop was the producer for Pusha T’s ‘Blocka’ song which signaled that they have ended their beef.
Young Chop has created beats for numerous artists such as Chief Keef, Gucci Mane, King Louie, Ace Hood, Lil Reese, Bo Deal,Lil JoJo, Soulja Boy, Kid Ink, Fredo Santana, Big Sean, Birdman, French Montana, Lil Mouse, Swagg, Trap Pat, Pusha T, Cassie, Juicy J, Booba, as well as numerous other musicians.
On September 13, 2013 Young Chop released his debut album titled “Precious” on Itunes which featured numerous artists such as Durk-Rap Artist" class="wiki wikinew text-danger tips">Lil Durk, Juicy J, SD, as well as countless others. The album contained 11 tracks.