DJ Carnage's "I Like Tuh" Beat Was Originally Meant To Be A G-Eazy Single

Posted by , Nov 10, 2015 at 03:25pm

DJ Carnage talks mega-hit "I Like Tuh," debut album "Papi Gordo," & future moves.


You probably know DJ Carnage as the mastermind behind the face-melting production on "I Like Tuh," which started out as a Makonnen song and ended up as a remix with G-Eazy and Lil Wayne added to the mix.

During his visit to the HNHH office, Carnage revealed that that beat was originally meant to appear on a a G-Eazy single that never came together.

"Interesting story, the 'I Like Tuh' beat was originally a G-Eazy single for him and Iamsu! And we never finished it, so I used the beat with Makonnen, Makonnen did a whole new song to it. So that's why when the remix came out, we already had the G-Eazy verse ready to go. And it fit perfectly! And then we hit up Wayne."

Carnage also spoke on his debut album Papi Gordo and teased new collabs coming soon with The Section Boyz and G-Eazy. "Bangers out the ass," he said."

DJ Carnage talks mega-hit "I Like Tuh," debut album "Papi Gordo," & future moves.

You probably know DJ Carnage as the mastermind behind the face-melting production on "I Like Tuh," which started out as a Makonnen song and ended up as a remix with G-Eazy and Lil Wayne added to the mix.

During his visit to the HNHH office, Carnage revealed that that beat was originally meant to appear on a a G-Eazy single that never came together.

"Interesting story, the 'I Like Tuh' beat was originally a G-Eazy single for him and Iamsu! And we never finished it, so I used the beat with Makonnen, Makonnen did a whole new song to it. So that's why when the remix came out, we already had the G-Eazy verse ready to go. And it fit perfectly! And then we hit up Wayne."

Carnage also spoke on his debut album Papi Gordo and teased new collabs coming soon with The Section Boyz and G-Eazy. "Bangers out the ass," he said."

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