How much do artists get paid for being featured on songs? I’m sure it’s crossed every hip hop fan’s mind. Some artists have practically made a living off being featured on other peoples’ records – think T-Pain, Akon, Drake, The Weeknd, Future, etc. Artists pretty much dictate their own rate, and we know what at least one major player is charging – 2 Chainz.

In an interview with BBC Radio, the artist formerly known as Tity Boi rationalized charging artists $100,000 to make an appearance on their records.

“The thing is, when it comes to your video, I’m gonna change clothes twice. They’re never gonna see that outfit again. I’m gonna give you bars, I’m gonna wear fancy glasses and a bunch of chains you’ve never seen. I mean, I could help you."

And don’t get it twisted, Deuce doesn’t conduct business like a pawn shop. He doesn’t budge when it comes to his price tag. “I’m not doin’ deals. I’m tellin’ what I give you for that number. These are the services that I offer.”