In the latest segment of Behind the Beat, FweshlyDipped links up with both DJ Dahi and Rahki to speak on their contribution's to Kendrick's major label debut. Up top Rahki provides some insight behind the making of "Black Boy Fly;" while after the jump DJ Dahi re-creates one of my personal favorites in "Money Trees." UPDATE: I'm not entirely sure if it's the same "Behind the Beat" series, but Scoop DeVille sat down with DJ City to speak on his work on "Poetic Justice" and "The Recipe" as well.

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  • 1

    so dope

  • Real Talk

    This dude is so overhyped it's ridiculous.

    Pick up those Apollo Brown albums or Sean P or Roc Marciano for some real ill shit.

  • antinerdrap

    Them beats are boring. Its a great album but the beats could have been better.

  • http://georgejetson.com wavy

    niggaz be hating on kendrick shit is dope! good to see producers show casing talent tho

  • cbanks13

    i dont give a damn what anybody says. rahki is a beast on the boards! thats dj khalil's mentee!

  • benny blanko ape shxt

    dahi didn't say much about money treeS or i missed a part ?

  • realquickflips

    Boom Bap > This

  • FweshlyDipped

    Thanks for the post Shake! But the Scoop Deville vid is not apart of our Behind The Beat work, still dope though

  • flo

    how is kendrick overrated? lol makes no sense. you niggas keep talking about him stop catching feelings fool

  • catman

    That Money Trees beat sheesh

  • 2trainz

    watching producers make beats always trips me out

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