2 Chainz, a famous American rapper who has been grinding his game for decades has named a senior colleague and legendary rapper and record producer, Dr. Dre as his toughest collaborator.
2 Chains disclosed this yesterday during an interview on “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” where he revealed that Dre once asked him to redo one of his verses during a session but said he wasn’t having it — although the Atlanta native dubbed it a “great experience” overall.
According to him (2 Chainz), the West Coast Hip Hop legend had issues with the way he was enunciating some of his bars.
Otherwise referred to as Tity Boi, the rapper said, “I was trying to explain to Dr. Dre that a southern Black kid with an overbite is gonna sound different than a suburban white kid from Detroit,” 2 Chainz said. “We’re gonna enunciate stuff different. He be like, ‘Nah, say it like this.’ It was such a great experience.
“And he wants me to stack it. I might do one pass just my voice… He like, ‘Stack it again.’ I’m not good at saying the same thing the same way… ‘Damn, this is five times. I don’t normally [do this].’ I could be on another song at my own studio.”
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Meanwhile, Dr. Dre is known for being meticulous and a perfectionist in the studio and according to reports, Chainz respects that about him which helped Dre push the boundaries of rap music.
Tity Boi while showering accolades on the legendary Dre, said, “I get why he is where he is. He pays special attention to detail. He don’t go for the first thing that come up. He really cares,” he said. “If I had to really zero down on the experience where the producer was literally sitting right here while I was trying to do my song, it would be Dr. Dre… I needed that experience, that was something on my bucket list.”
Dr. Dre is actually credited as a co-writer on 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne’s Welcome 2 ColleGrove single “Presha.”
The Weezy-Chainz joint project sequel is set to arrive this Friday (November 17) via Def Jam and the 21-track project features assists from 21 Savage, Usher, Rick Ross, Benny The Butcher, Fabolous, Vory and more.
Recall that DJ Toomp had previously revealed that he’d produced a song for the ColleGrove sequel with Benny on it, calling it a “wicked” record.
“It’s a nice R&B sample, man, that I just put some crazy drums to and some extra pianos and shit. Yeah, it’s hard, it’s hard,” he told Atlanta radio host Brian “B High ATL” Hightower.See Dollar(USD) to Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today!