Waka Flocka spoke to Billboard's the Juice on his upcoming album, "Triple F Life," his single with Drake and a collaborative project with French Montana. Check out what he had to say on it.

On The Album:

"It felt like a rushed project. I'm going to do it first quarter (2012) because I need to put my all into it," Waka Flocka continued on his recently pushed back album, "Triple F Life." "I felt like I was trying to please the label and not the people that really listen to the music."

On "Round of Applause":

"I said, 'Who do I need on the song to get some ladies into it?' Let me call Drake! I met him through the engineer, we put that track together, and that was it."

On A Joint Mixtape with French Montana:

"When I met French Montana I thought he was a good artist. When he first came out about two years ago, I felt if I started dealing with him, maybe he'll grow as an artist. He really did. He's workin!"

This joint mixtape, called "Lock Out" is hosted by DJ Green Lantern and DJ Drama. It's supposed to be released on December 9th. As well, Waka mentioned that he was trying to get DMX on a track for "Triple F Life", saying, "he needs to get back on the scene!"