(AllHipHop News) Roc Nation's DJ Mustard is preparing to release his debut album, and the Los Angeles native recently spoke with British radio personality Tim Westwood about the upcoming project. Mustard also took the time to talk about his issues with Mistah F.A.B. and people biting his production style.
"It's not that serious. We were out there getting money. I got paid to be where I was at. I wasn't expecting that," Mustard said about his physical altercation with F.A.B. in California. "The Bay loves me. I love the Bay. What really happened was a miscommunication between me and him. When he came up to me, I looked back to see where my security's at like, 'How you let him get up here?' He swung and we did what we had to do."
Mustard wanted to make it clear he was "punched" and not "slapped" like some media outlets were reporting. He also told Westwood he spoke with Mistah F.A.B. and the beef is now over.
The DJ Mustard sound has taken over the radio with hit singles like YG's "Who Do You Love?" and Tinashe's "2 On." The latter track was close to not being credited to Mustard. Fellow producer Mike Will Made It stepped up and helped Mustard get connected with Tinashe.
"It was a record cut before ["2 On"] and [Mike Will] actually went to the label and was like, "Yo, if you don’t get Mustard to do this song over, then it's gonna be a fraud,'" revealed Mustard. "He told me that before they told me."
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Watch DJ Mustard's interview below.