French Montana Talks Producing Kanye West's "All Day" (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) French Montana is one of the over two dozen people that contributed to the creation of Kanye West’s latest single “All Day.” The Bronx native is credited as a producer for the track along with Kanye, Diddy, Mike Dean, Travis Scott, Velous, and others. French spoke with Power 106 about his recent collaboration with Ye.

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“We were in the studio just working, and I was going through a bunch of stuff on my computer. He heard that joint, and we did it right there on the spot – the hook and everything,” explained Montana. “Shout out to Velous. He’s the one that actually put the whole beat together.”

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Watch French Montana’s interview below. 

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33 Responses to “French Montana Talks Producing Kanye West's "All Day" (VIDEO)”

  1. TheAfroRican

    Damn, it took 11 people to produce one song! I bet working on the split sheet for publishing was a b!tch lol

    • that dude

      I has to be a sample. Cuz if it took 11 people to produce that track they should all find different occupations.

      • TheAfroRican

        Yes, a sample was used (Paul McCartney
        Two Fingers (When the Wind Is Blowing) so the publishing percentages are even smaller for the producers. I’m pretty sure Paul took 50% of the producer’s publishing share of the track.

  2. TRUTH SPEAKER

    I thought Kanye was a super musical producer genius. Why would he need all these corny guys to do production work for him. All Day isn’t even a good song.

  3. 5% Hov

    This trend of losers stealing production credits on upcoming beat makers is wack.

    That list of 20 producers on All Day means Velous gets diluted publishing checks…

    • TruthHurts

      Actually I’ve always given Kanye respect for how he makes sure to credit all musicians on his projects. There are many so-called “Super-Producers” over the past 20 years who’ve had session players in the studio and took all the credit for the productions. Like it or not Dre & Puff could be two names you might want to put on that list. It’s better to have a small part of something big, rather than no credit at all.

      • Guillaume Pilon

        Even the new super prducers

        Mustard took credits for my niggzz but the beat was 99% done

      • 5% Hov

        but not if its one niggas job was just to hand it in…
        he giving away to much publishing lol

      • TruthHurts

        Imagine your in a session and the beat is being made. You’re sitting there listening and say, “You should do this to the snare, it’ll make the beat so much better.” So they end up doing it and the song becomes a hit. Critics are reviewing the song like, “That Snare though!” 99% of producers wouldn’t put you on the credits and you’d be pissed off. Kanye on the other hand would’ve listed you as a contributor. You deserve to get at least some piece of the publishing for your input. In all reality if we go as far back as the 50’s music has always been a collaborative effort, with one main person taking all the credit and jerking people. I simply feel Kanye’s practice of giving everybody credit is refreshing, and it’s a rarity in a cutthroat industry.

      • SupaDoopaGhost1

        THANK YOU!!!!!!! I HAVE BEEN ARGUING ABOUT THIS WITH DUMBASSES ALL WEEK WHO HAVE NO IDEA HOW THE MUSIC BUSINESS WORKS CUZ THEY CANT GRASP THE IDEA THAT NO “ONE” PRODUCER, RAPPER, DJ, DOES ANYTHING THEMSELVES. SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE YOU TOOK SOMEONE’S ADVICE OR SUGGESTION. THAT MEANS YOU HAND A HAND IN CREATING THAT WORK.

      • 5% Hov

        Nigga stop.
        Its a model that aint clear and alot of producers are getting raped because of it.

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