(AllHipHop News) Autotune lovers rejoice – a long running feud between T-Pain and Ron Browz has officially ended – with the pair collaborating on a new song together.
T-Pain and Ron Browz engaged in a brief war of words over Browz’ use of the auto-tune technology in his 2008 hit single “Pop Champagne.”
T-Pain, who had already found success with songs like “I’m ‘n Luv (Wit a Stripper),” and “Buy U a Drank,” told DJ Skee that Ron Browz didn’t know how to use the technology. But now, the two have put their differences aside, for the new single “All The Way.”
“Actually I went to Atlanta, just to hang out,” Ron Browz told AllHipHop.com. “My friend invited me through. Out of nowhere, he [T-Pain] asked me what I was working on. I asked him what he was working on. We turned on the track and just did it.”
Browz said that he never had an issue with T-Pain. The Harlem native said Hip-Hop’s competitive nature was to blame for the hype surrounding T-Pain’s comments about his production style.
“It was competitive, it was good for the game,” Ron Browz reasoned. “Some people said this is person better at using autotune or whatever. Now we collaborated to do one big record.”
Ron Browz also revealed he is working on a new mixtape titled “The Christening Part 2.”
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