When YG released his debut album My Krazy Life, in 2014, he and his resident beatmaker DJ Mustard were deemed the new Snoop and Dre. For the second go round, Mustard has revealed that he will not be executive producing YG's sophomore project, Still Krazy, and now hopes to have one of his beats featured on the album.
"Hopefully. We're gonna see," the 24-year-old told MTV News when asked if he was producing any tracks on the album. "A lot of new production. A lot of new stuff he got going on, but it’s dope."
The 10 Summers beatsmith also spoke on how he felt to hear that YG was shot earlier this month.
“Yeah, I couldn’t believe it,” he said. “S--t happens...You just never know what and where it came from. Who knows? But as long as God know. He good and he’s back functioning how he is. He’s blessed."
He said after he found out that YG was shot from a friend, he rushed to the hospital but didn't go inside because YG was with his family.
"He didn’t tell me. One of my other homies called me and told me and we all went to the hospital, waited outside for him and stuff like that. He was good. So, it was straight. Since they come from gang infested areas of Los Angeles, Mustard didn't seem to shocked about what happened to his friend.
"We came from that. Not saying we all got shot. But we came from that. And luckily he made it out of it and it was cool.”
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