The name Wheezy is certainly making a name through the rap community, considering he’s been producing some slaps for today’s biggest stars. Lil Baby‘s Harder Than Ever album certainly got a big push when people found out he and Drake collaborated and “Yes Indeed” was released.
As producer Wheezy says it, the beat was not even for Drake or Lil Baby to begin with. He originally heard Gunna on it, until the 6 God wanted the production for himself.
On this episode of Deconstructed, Wheezy breaks down the sample, how he cooked up the kick and drums, as well as how he ended up working with Drizzy to begin.
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