Swizz Beatz sits down with Kevin Clancy and John Feitelberg for an interview on their KFC Radio comedy podcast that is presented by Barstool Sports.
In their conversation, which you can watch below, Swizz revealed Lil Wayne‘s “Uproar” single was originally one big freestyle with about “50 bars” until he decided that he wanted it to be a “hit record”.
Weezy disliked the idea at first, but Beatz went and split “Uproar” up into verses and added the following chorus: “What the f*ck though? Where the love go? Five, four, three, two, I let one go; Bow! Get the f*ck though, I don’t bluff bro; Aimin’ at your head like a buffalo” as that part was only said one time in the original version of the song!
Are you happy that the New York music artist, DJ and producer convinced Wayne to split “Uproar” up rather than just one big freestyle?
Head to the 27:35 for the part about Tunechi and “Uproar”.