Singled Out: "This Is For The People Who Never Gave Me A Chance Like, 'Who The F*ck Is This White Kid From The Suburbs?'"
Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013 2:35PM
[SOHH highlights a hot record on Tuesdays and offers a unique look at the track in Singled Out. After producer Party Supplies broke down Action Bronson's "9.24.13," Connecticut rapper Chris Webby decodes "Down Right."]
I had so much fun putting these records together for my HomeGrown EP. I need to think about this for a minute.
A lot of the records I wrote in the studio but some of them I wrote on the road. "Down Right" was one of the ones I wrote right there on the spot. That was one that's getting spun around the country right now.
Me and Remo The Hitmaker made that record right there on the spot. I think we were really f*cking high and started playing with sounds on the keyboard, picked one and just thought it sounded dope.
I think that's how music should be made, in essence, but today with everyone's crazy schedules, bouncing around, there's just not enough time to sit down with motherf*ckers in the studio and "Down Right" was one of those that we could.
I got 50 records in my vault right now. I have a slightly difference goal in mind for my album. This record is on the EP. This is really to capture the attention of my fans and the people who never heard of me or maybe never gave a chance like, 'Who the f*ck is this white kid from the suburbs? Why should I care about him?'
This is the record and project to wake everyone up.
Check out "Down Right":