Key Wane who produced Drake’s most recent release “All Me” featuring 2 Chainz & Big Sean, has revealed to Revolt TV exactly how the track came about.
As it turns out, the process of creating “All Me” actually started back in March of this year, while Wane was in Los Angeles finishing up work on Big Sean’s “Hall Of Fame” album;
“I made it the day before I sent it to Drake [and] had played it for a few people, and [they] was vibing with it. At that point, I was really trying to think about who I was going to send it to [and] thought, ‘Shit I actually think this n-gga Drake could kill this shit.’ So I sent it to him.”
That was all it took to get the ball rolling and sooner than he could ever have imagined, Wane had a Drake collaboration on his hands;
“Like 20 minutes later he hit me back like, ‘Bro, yo we killed this shit. Me and Chainz on this bitch snapping’.” I was like, ‘Damn!’ [Laughs].”
Not only did he produce “All Me,” the Detroit native also came up with the hook for the anthem;
“Man I woke up one morning, it was like 6 a.m., and started listening to the beat, cause the beat was originally just the loop and basically the verse but I added more instrumentation to the intro, and I thought of this idea for the hook that was like, [starts singing] ‘I got everything, I can not complain’ and then I was like, ‘Oh sh-t I’ma send this to Drake.’ So I sent it to him and that was it; the song was ready to come out.”
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