The next album by Lil Wayne, "Tha Carter III: The Rebirth", composed of productions rock sounds, is expected at the turn. The producers say more about this already controversial opus.
The new single from Lil Wayne, titled "Prom Queen" has surprised many, particularly because of its production rock. The rapper had planned, but before a thumbnail can be heard, the fans were still a little far from the account. And even the producers of this album, Infamous and Drew Correa, have been rather surprised at the request of the rapper.
"There were rumors saying that Wayne was working on a rock album, but I assumed it was only 808 drums with guitars on top," explained Infamous. "But that night, when he came to work on the track, Wayne said he wanted more batteries, bass and guitar. Drew then added more electronic organs, but Wayne has said no. That's when we realized he really wanted to make a rock album. "
The producer duo had already worked on "Tha Carter III ', but was completely baffled for the realization of" Prom Queen. " "When the song was finished, we all thought that it does not stick, but Wayne said that he intended to make his single" Correa continues. "We thought he was joking. It said it believed it to be nice. But just days later, signed documents and realized that he said true. "
Despite their initial skepticism, the producers have finally worked on three songs on this album. "He gave everything in hip-hop and has been proven," says Infamous, "Now it goes to prove itself as a rock and we are pleased to be part of this experience. "
Others close to the rapper has reassured as to the content of this new orientation. Drake, a protégé of Lil Wayne, and think that this album is a music major disruption, like the latest Kanye West. It reveals "It's something different as'808s & Heartbreak ', the aim is to bring out their personality. "
The new album by Lil Wayne, "Tha Carter III: The Rebirth", will be released April 7.