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Cam'ron and Vado f/ Kid Cudi "Ya' Killin' Me" (2010)

Album: Boss Of All Bosses 2.5
Label: N/A

The Alchemist:“I actually hooked up with Cudi first. I forget who told me about Cudi, I think it was like 88 Keys. We were on tour and he showed me some footage of him at his crib singing and I said, ‘Yo he's dope.’

 

Cudi is just like Snoop where the minute the beat came on, he had the melody immediately. So he put the words on a little bit after and any beat we played, if he didn’t get it after like a minute, I'd play something else.

 

“Then me and Cudi hooked up. Plain Pat is my man, so he came by my crib. ‘Day N’ Night’ was just out and Paul [Rosenberg] was telling me he liked him too. So he came through and he just was like, ‘Yo I just wanna knock some hooks out for you.’ And he laid two hooks down on beats and we didn’t really get to get knock anything out for him.

“He was telling me he might sign to Kanye and I was like I think you should do it. He’s just like Snoop where the minute the beat came on, he had the melody immediately. So he put the words on a little bit after and any beat we played, if he didn’t get it after like a minute, I'd play something else.

“Then he knocked out the hook for ‘Therapy’ so I had those beats with hooks on them and I was like, ‘He's gonna be that hook dude.’ The way he recorded his shit was so perfect, like his doubles you couldn’t even tell.

“So I had the beat with the hook and I sent it to Cam. Then Cam and Vado got on it. Vado.”

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