The track is off Mustard’s newly released album 10 Summers.
According to songwriter J Rand, Foxx lifted the lyrics of his song, which uses the same DJ Mustard-produced instrumental.
Almost every rap song on the charts today is set in a minor key. When did that start? Why is it still going? Who will bring rap back out the murk and mire? Where do we go to get happy?
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DJ Mustard recruits the two rappers for his next big track, “Down on Me.”
DJ Mustard is bringing real snap back.
Is there a song out there that doesn’t feature Iggy Azalea on it? Well, not if you want it to be a hit.
Courtney Smith examines the resurgence of gangsta rap and its subtle differences and striking similarities to its hey day in the 90s. Has the climate of South Central LA changed in the last 20 years, and discovers the music reflects an unfortunately stagnant environment of violence and gang activity.
The official remix joint adds Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj and Lil’ Wayne to the track. YG collaborators Ty Dolla $ign, DJ Mustard and more pop up as well.
T. Pain returns to the scene with a track called “Up Down (Do This All Day)” — produced by the west coast beatsmith, DJ Mustard.