Charlie Puth recently sat down with Tony Moras from Young Hollywood for an interview about working with Wiz Khalifa on “See You Again“, hanging out with Vin Diesel, his “Marvin Gaye” single, and working with Lil Wayne.
At the 6:20 mark of the conversation, which you can check out below, Charlie discussed how he came up with the chorus for his and Wayne‘s “Nothing But Trouble” collaboration, one year later Weezy wanting to jump on the song, and more.
Puth also spoke on him and Mr. Cartershooting the music video for “Nothing But Trouble” together in Miami and how it made him feel “like a G”, as well as “so much cooler”, because he was standing back to back with Tunechi and he could hear Tune rapping his parts!
It’s been a good while since we have seen one of these type of interviews with Lil Wayne! While at the SPECTRE by SUPRA launch party in Miami last week, Mass Appeal asked Weezy F Baby plenty of questions for the latest episode of thier “Off Tha’ Wall” series.
Tunechi answered why he decided to start rapping, what memories he had from the Hot Boys days, how he got the nickname “Shrimp Daddy”, what it is like being a rap star, why he decided to start skateboarding, what his favorite SPECTRE by SUPRA model is, how he came up with the name TRUKFIT, what his favorite sports movie is, what the most unexpected song on his iPod is, his guilty pleasures, what his pet peeves are, what he hid from his mother growing up, if there are any quotes that he lives by, what is next for him, and what his last meal would be.
Mass Appeal also asked Wayne who he prefers out of Martin or the Fresh Prince, Michael Jackson or Prince, and Marvin Gaye or Stevie Wonder. This is then when Tune tells the story of Stevie once telling him to shut up at a party.