During Rozay’s most recent interview with Sway on MTV’s RapFix Live, the MMG leader talks about his hot collaboration with ATLien rapper Andre 3000.
“A lot of times artists be fans of other artists and when they collaborate with ’em, they forget why they were fans,” Ross began to explain. “Meaning that when I collaborated with him, I wanted to give him the production that I felt could bring out some of that OutKast energy, and what it actually resulted to was a record that he titled ‘Sixteen.'”
After dropping a verse, singing and playing the banjo on the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-produced track, Andre 3000 also offered to direct the video. “Sometimes in our life, depending on what day it is, a lot of times 16 bars ain’t enough, and he loved the track that much that he went above and beyond,” Ross told Sway. “He’s writing the treatment for the video. It’s looking real big.”
Rozay also told Sway that he’s planning to shoot a video for every song on GFID, saying, “I don’t believe I can really keep up with that pace with my schedule and making sure the quality is there doing it weekly, but at least every two or three weeks in between I’ll be giving you virals.”