Kwamé Remember Almost Getting Jerked Off By Eminem On Lloyd Banks 'On Fire' Production Credit

HipHop News Posted on May 23, 2020 at 10:05am

Kwamé Remember Almost Getting Jerked Off By Eminem On Lloyd Banks 'On Fire' Production Credit

"I was ready to throw all my production career before I allow someone to put your name at the top of my work," the veteran producer tells HipHopDX.

New York, NY – to Be in the studio with an artist, it is something that the multi-platinum producer Kwamé says that it is an absolutely essential part of your workflow of recording of the mix.

During a recent interview with HipHopDX, he shared that at the time that he did not join an artist in the studio, almost lost its credit to a legend: Eminem..centered-ad {

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It all started when he bought beats to Sha Money XL was President of G-Unit Records at the time. Sha had told him that the 50 per Cent liked it a handful of times — and that Came would be working on his next LP, The Massacre. After some radio silence, was later contacted and told to Lloyd Banks would be the use of one of his beats for what would become the 2004 hit single, "up In flames".

He explains, "They were in London, and that didn't let me come to the studio with them. I'm like, 'Well, I'm going to fly to London' and they were like, 'Nah, just send us the music". That was the problem, right there."

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When they sent Kwamé new song, Eminem had his keyboard player to do some slight modifications.

"There is nothing that I could do on my own, by the way. I could have easily done those modifications to them. But [they] were telling me that they were in London, which I d


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