Paul Wall Discusses Past Beef and Future with Chamillionaire
More GRILLZ, more CHOPPED & SCREWED and more COLLABO'S as Paul Wall's sophomore effort Get Money, Stay True preps to released by Atlantic on April 3rd.
The new projects will feature the likes of Juelz Santana, Trina, Jon B., Travis Barker and of course Lil' Keke, who joins Wall for the first single will "Break 'Em Off."
Wall talked to MTV about recording the majority of the album in Country Music legend Willie Nelsons recording studio, "It was a lot of fun working out of there. It was one of the best experiences of my life. It was just close enough to Houston where we could drive back home at night and drive out there in the day, but far enough to [not be] be bothered. When we got there, we got to work. It's kind of out there in the hills, a little bit off to the side to where our cell phones really didn't work too good. We were straight going out there with the mind frame to work and put out some music, and that's what we did: When we started recording there, it was the turning point in the album. From that point on, all the songs we recorded were like the next level, the next notch up."
Another notable guest appearance is the man who produced summer smash "Grillz", Jermaine Dupri. JD appears on Walls second single, "I'm Throwed," for which the video is already complete.
About working with JD, Wall said "It was off the chain. We had a lot of fun working on the "Grillz" song and the experience of performing it, so we just went back and came up with "I'm Throwed."
Unfortunately Chamillionaire will not appear on the up and coming "Get Money, Stay True" but Wall has not ruled out the possibility of collaboration.
"I want to do another album with him. But only if we find a label that believes in us as a [duo], then cool. But if they just see the gimmick of, 'Oh, they used to have beef, they used to have problems, let's get them together now to do an album,' it's not really the same thing. I want it to be real. If someone believes in the music, then it's all good."