Scoop DeVille has produced for the likes of Snoop Dogg, The Game, Fat Joe, Murs, and many others. Now, the California native reflects on one of his latest records, 50 Cent's "Wait Until Tonight."
"Honesty, I created the idea when I was 17," he explained in an interview with HipHop-n-More.com. "I always liked that song (Bobby Womack ‘If You Think You’re Lonely Now’) growing up. It was always in the household and car rides with the fam. I went back to the idea recently and sure enough 50 was feeling the record. It’s truly impressive to me how something I been keeping in the beat vault is finally being heard in today’s music. I guess that’s staying ahead of time. Or having timeless pieces of art."
Scoop also discussed his work as one-third of the Get Busy Committee, with with Apathy and Styles of Beyond's Ryu.
"New album will be out early this year," he revealed. "Would have been sooner but being independent in this time is hard. We actually put out our first album with our own money and studio. So this project we want to at least be equivalent or better than Uzi Does It."
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