If it seems like a lot of producers are fleeing rap for the greener pastures of the pop world, it's probably due in part to Memphis native Christopher "Drumma Boy" Gholson taking all the work. Now 26, he started off moving bass tapes as a 14-year-old high schooler, he was working with Southern legends like Yo Gotti and Bun B by college. Since then, he's become one of the few surefire places to go for hits, with a track record that includes chart-toppers like Young Jeezy's "Put On," the Drake/Birdman/Lil Wayne collabo "Money To Blow," Plies' "Shawty," and Rocko's "Umma Do Me"—not to mention producing a majority of Gucci Mane's The Burrprint 2 HD and Jeezy and Plies' smash "Lose My Mind." Which is all well and good, but we're about getting behind the music, word to VH1 (and pre-emptive just-in-case ayo!), so we sat down with the superproducer to talk about kicking it with a robe-and-slipper-wearing T.I., getting heartfelt lyrics from Gucci Mane, and more...