Enimal Explains How he Helped Kickstart DJ Mustard & Issa Rae Racing
#DXCLUSIVE: Enimal, the brother of "Insecurity" creator Issa Rae talks about how he helped put DJ Mustard on the way of production.
For years, the West L. A. was almost non-existent player in the West Coast Hip Hop scene. But around 2011, los Angeles (which is located next to the 405 freeway became ignited when DJ Mustard linked to an up-and-coming artist from Bompton name YG on the song "Bitches is not Shit." From then on, "Mustard on the beat hoe" became a signature synonymous with success.
It turns out that the actor/rapper Enimal is partially responsible for DJ Mustard learning how to make beats in the first place.
"DJ Mustard, who was my partner the man," Enimal said the #DXLive crew recently. "In fact, I have helped in the production of the tip, taught him the basics of the production. He would come to my dad when I had my study and that he was always going to be like "I want to learn to make beats' and I'd be like 'Get Reason bro. I'm going to teach you how to do the basics' and of course a couple of months later he got."
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According to Enimal not spent a lot of time after the Mustard began to improve and he would withdraw to his game.
"He hit me a couple of months later on the phone like, 'Yo, how can I add a sound?'" Enimal explained. "That was probably I wanna say 2008 or 2009, and then the next thing that I know is appearing with that YG 'Bitches Ain't Shit", and then "Rack" the City [Tyga], and then he was out of here."
Enimal has been an integral part of other successes of his entire adult life. In addition to its principles of guardianship of Mustard, her sister Issa Rae achieved a major agreement with HBO to Unsafe thanks in part to a web series created by and starring Enimal and your Fly Boys of the crew.
"[It was] a rockumentary about our situation through the industry of the music and the crazy trials and tribulations we went through trying to make. That was our first introduction. We on Worldstar, the Vibe Magazine, a couple of different publ