“He definitely kept the vibe of it, but just took the vocal melody and made it a subplot instead of the main feature.I think the rhymes would have probably had to compete with that too much.The Shelter: Hip Hop, Eminem, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Yelawolf and more's content is only available to our members.
I didn’t find out that it was the first single until it leaked.
I had never even heard the record before that, but when I heard it, I was like, ‘They ripped it from start to finish.’” Dart Parker (Director Of A&R, Shady Records): “I got [the ‘Fast Lane’ beat]—it was called ‘Da Da Dee’—from [Supa Dups’ manager ] Mr. So I sent that and a few more for ; obviously other producers, but I got some more Dups beats and then was like, ‘You know what?
More recently, he worked with Eminem on his album and he spoke with DX on how that connection came about.
“So Royce [da 5’9″] did a remix on [“Wait A Minute with PHresher] and Em loved his remix and was like, ‘Yo, what is that? “He said, ‘it’s this nigga PHresher’s song.’ Em’s like, ‘Alright, cool.’ He found PHresher and found PHresher’s manager and was like, ‘Alright, now that I found PHresher, who did that beat?
I try to come up [to Eminem’s studio] as much as possible, no matter what he’s doing. I’ve got my album, Slaughterhouse albums, there’s a long list of shit I’ve got to do.” Eminem: “You wanna know about the Nicki Minaj line? Em told me how he was gonna come in on the first line of the second verse, so I actually changed my last line to run into his first line so it would make sense.
Just to draw inspiration, because I prefer working at night. I wasn’t saying anything that everyone wasn’t already thinking. After that, it was the same thing with the second verse.
The new father also went into further detail about his exit, citing the higher-ups didn’t recognize the importance DJ Akademiks, Nedeska and himself played in making a raging success on his podcast. Reggie “Combat Jack” Ossé passed away on Wednesday (December 20) in Brooklyn after a fight with colon cancer. In October, he announced he was diagnosed with colon cancer, which prevented him from recording his popular podcast It was the first time he’d missed a show.
He also says Complex damaged its relationship with Spotify. A pioneer and important figure in Hip Hop, many in the industry paid their respects to the Loud Speakers Network founder for everything he’d accomplished during the course of his storied career. Like every year, Hip Hop DX hands out Year End Awards to the best of the best. From the top albums, songs, moments, production and artists.
“That’s really the funnest part to both of us about working with each other. I give you a word that you have to complete the syllable of, make the line make sense, and keep a continuous flow with the verse. P.’] Eminem’s people hit me up again and said, ‘Yo, Em wants more beats.’ When I got the call, I was in a session at the time and I just stopped the session cold turkey.
That’s what we had the most fun doing with each other for the EP, the back and forth.” Supa Dups: “I’m on the album. I was like, ‘I have something important to do.’ The people that were with me were looking at me like I was crazy. “I won’t say who the session was with because I don’t want to piss them off anymore. They’re a little known, but not as known as Eminem. When Eminem says, ‘I want something,’ you give it to him. When I made it, I didn’t have Em in mind, I had 50 Cent in mind.
While many were in disbelief and hoping that Joey was trolling, he wasn’t.