Singled Out: "Birdman Be Moving Around So Much That I Had To Get Him To E-Mail Me His Verse"
Tuesday, Dec 18, 2012 3:30PM
[SOHH highlights a hot record each Tuesday and offers a unique look at the track in Singled Out. After Uncle Murda unloaded on his personal "My Moment" freestyle, Game's protégé Compton Menace breaks down his new Wiz Khalifa-featured "Ain't No Change" anthem.]
Actually me and Wiz Khalifa already had a cool relationship just from being around, seeing each other and smoking. So we already had a cool relationship with "Ain't No Change."
He was out here recording something. I think he was out in Los Angeles recording to his Cabin Fever 2 and I went to the studio with him on just some casual messing around, homie sh*t, smoking, you know? And then we came out with a couple good tracks. That's how that worked out for me.
I like to do a lot of work, personally, with the artists but you know there's times where [schedules] don't allow us to do that. Me and Wiz got to work on that one together. And from that, I've got sh*t with me and Birdman.
Birdman be moving around so much that I had to get him to e-mail me his verse. It's just friends, man. They f*ck with me and I f*ck with them.
It doesn't matter if I'm in the city or I've got to e-mail it to them. The verse is going to be like we're right there together because it's going to come back right this way.
A rapper from Compton, California, Compton Menace officially hooked up with Black Wall Street in 2008. He is a member of the once signed group, "Goon Squad" and has made a name for himself collaborating amongst the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Game, Birdman, Bow Wow, Cash Money/Young Money and more.
Check out "Ain't No Change":