Singled Out: "For A While, [Music] Was Kinda Gutta ... About Who Had The Most Dope"
Tuesday, Sep 6, 2011 7:00PM
[SOHH highlights a single each week and offers a unique look at the song. After producer Willy Will explained why his beat proved three time's a charm on Lil Wayne's Carter IV LP, ATL's Nitti Beatz tells us why the neighborhood is in need of a block party.]
There Goes the Neighborhood is basically me and one of my ATL homeboys, Don P of Trillville.
Me and him went in the studio, man, and just started recordin' music ... we both producin' the beats together, we writin' stuff together and we bringin' in people from our neighborhood. So it'll be some secret guests [on this project].
The club single we got out right now is a joint called "Turn it Up" featuring Pastor Troy. So that's the project we're working on, this duo [consisting] of me and Don P. We're strictly gonna make club records, man, we're gonna bring the fun back into music.
For a while [music] was kinda gutter, you know -- about who had the most dope ... we ain't tryna do all that right now. [We're about] the parties, the clubs, just good music, know what I'm sayin'?
Nitti Beatz is a Grammy-nominated producer from Georgia. In addition to starting his own record label in 2007, he has worked alongside artists 8Ball and MJG and Yung Joc.
Listen to There Goes the Neighborhood featuring Pastor Troy "Turn it Up" below: