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Cool & Dre Explain How “Phone Home” Kicked Off The Idea & Start Of Lil Wayne’s “Rebirth” Album

Cool & Dre Explain How Phone Home Kicked Off The Idea & Start Of Lil Wayne Rebirth Album

Cool & Dre recently chopped it up with DJ Booth over the phone to share stories behind some of their biggest songs that they have produced.

One of these tracks that the production duo named as one of the biggest in their catalogue is Lil Wayne‘s “Phone Home” off his Tha Carter III album.

You can check out Cool & Dre reveal how “Phone Home” came about, which was during a recording session for DJ Khaled’s “We Takin’ Over” single, below.

The Miami producers also explain that the idea and start of Tunechi‘s Rebirth album came after creating this C3 song with Tune!

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Myles William Explains How “Let It All Work Out” Came Together, Calls Lil Wayne His “Favorite Artist Of All Time”

Myles William Explains How Let It All Work Out Came Together, Calls Lil Wayne His Favorite Artist Of All Time

One of the co-producers from Lil Wayne‘s “Let It All Work Out” song, Myles William, spoke to DJ Booth all about the outro track off Tha Carter V album.

Myles talked about how he first got the beat to Weezy, how he never lost hope of it being released even with the long lawsuit, when exactly he found out that it would be appearing on C5, and plenty more.

You can check out everything what William had to say about “Let It All Work Out” after the jump below. The producer also called Tunechi his “favorite artist of all time”!

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Lasanna “ACE” Harris Speaks On Co-Producing Lil Wayne’s “Famous” Off “Tha Carter V” & Wayne’s Influence In Hip-Hop

Lasanna ACE Harris Speaks On Co-Producing Lil Wayne Famous Off Tha Carter V & Wayne Influence In Hip Hop

Lasanna “ACE” Harris recently chopped it up with DJ Booth about co-producing Lil Wayne‘s “Famous” song featuring his daughter Reginae Carter off Tha Carter V and how influential Wayne is in hip-hop.

“Wayne is one of the most influential artists in hip-hop, period, and has birthed so many offspring.”

The producer talked about how he worked on the “timeless” track with Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph and Sam Bruno around the same time that they was working on beats for Nicki Minaj and her The Pinkprint album.

A week after they had mastered “Famous” back in 2014, Tunechi and Birdman had their public fall out, which went on to last over 4 years and left him being very disappointed thinking that the record will never see the light of day.

ACE then revealed he got an e-mail of out of blue from Weezy‘s team a week before the album was due to be released and explained how it feels “to be a part of a historical moment in hip-hop”. You can read everything he said below!

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DJ Folk Reveals Why Songs Like “Life Of. Mr Carter” & “Kidnap Cupid” Didn’t Make Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album

DJ Folk Reveals Why Songs Like Life Of Mr Carter & Kidnap Cupid Didnt Make Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album

Production coordinator DJ Folk wrote an article for DJ Booth after Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album was released to talk about his work on the project, as well as how it felt seeing C5 on hold with the Wayne vs. Birdman lawsuit.

In the article, Folk revealed why some of the songs that we have heard snippets for, such as “Life Of Mr. Carter” (prod. P.C.), “Kidnap Cupid” (co-prod. Megaman and Zalezy), and “World On My Shoulders” (prod. BP) did not make Tha Carter V.

DJ Folk also mentioned that he sent Weezy the “Gotti” and “Hittas” beats, which were produced by Jayones, in the same e-mail back in late 2013, so he is glad that he is now a part of the album with A&Ring “Hittas“. You can read everything that Folk said below!

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Producer Infamous Says There Is An Extended Version Of Lil Wayne & Kendrick Lamar’s “Mona Lisa” Collaboration

Producer Infamous Says There Is An Extended Version Of Lil Wayne & Kendrick Lamar Mona Lisa Collaboration

Infamous recently chopped it up wit DJ Booth about his work on Lil Wayne‘s new album, Tha Carter V, especially the “Mona Lisa” song featuring Kendrick Lamar.

The producer discussed when Tunechi first started working on “Mona Lisa“, how they decided to put Kendrick on it, working on the beat and vocals during the 4-year lawsuit, how it feels now that the collaboration is finally out, and more.

Also during their conversation, Infamous revealed that there was 35 seconds taken off of “Mona Lisa“, so when they shoot a music video, he thinks those 35 seconds will return. The producer even added if C5 hadn’t of come out this year or next year, he would of leaked the track himself, as well as that there is so much more Weezy music on the way!

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Curren$y Discusses His Friendship With Lil Wayne & Says Wayne Is In The Process Of Making A Comeback

Currensy Discusses His Friendship With Lil Wayne & Says He Is In The Process Of Making A Comeback

A few months ago, Curren$y chopped it up with DJ Booth for an interview after one of his concerts in Arizona.

During their conversation, Spitta revealed that there were no hard feelings between him and Lil Wayne when he left Young Money around 10 years ago:

“Me and Wayne fuckin’ kick it all the time. But, nah. Jet Life.”

Curren$y also talked about how Wayne will have learned so many lessons from his huge lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records, as well as how Weezy is in the process of making a comeback:

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