DJ Mustard Reveals Beats He Wishes He Produced

DJ Mustard says he wishes he produced tracks Calvin Harris, Cardo and Timbaland crafted.

DJ Mustard recently revealed a handful of beats he wishes he would have produced. 

Calvin Harris' "We Found Love" and "Summer" are among the tracks the producer wishes he produced. "I’m a big fan of Calvin Harris," Mustard says in an interview with XXL. "I wish I produced 'We Found Love' with Rihanna. That song is just dope and it made a lot of money. Money isn’t really my motivation when I make beats. I already got money now. It’s more of a passion than a hobby for me now. At first, it was just like, 'Let’s just make money.' Now, when you get money, you get a house, take care of your people. It’s more so you want to learn more about more stuff. Now, I’m just really involved in learning and trying to build my path." 

Jeezy's "Seen It All" is also on the list, a Jeezy and Jay Z collaboration produced by Cardo.

"Cardo is my dog," he says. "I’m really happy that’s he is doing what he is doing now. He come from a long way. Me and Cardo, I’ve known him for a long time so for him to have that success is good. I want everybody around me to win, so I think that was dope. I’m sure having Jeezy and Jay on my beat will happen. You never know. They both gave each other a run for their money. They both did their thing, so it was dope." 

Other songs that round out Mustard's list are Robin Thicke's "Get Her Back" and Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me A River." 

DJ Mustard announced yesterday (July 22) that he is scheduled to release his debut album, 10 Summers

For more on DJ Mustard, view the DX Daily below.

 

33 Comments

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  • Palo

    I cannot stand DJ Mustard. He's ruining hiphop with his copy and paste beats

  • Jame$

    Everyone hating on the producers of this generation, but I'd definitely say Alchemist and Harry Fraud could be one of those timeless beat makers

    • antoine

      ALC already is. Al is legend y'all stop sleeping on him... Harry fraud tho? Nah. He got good beats but as Anonymous#1 said, it's because lot of todays producers are trash.

    • Anonymous

      Alchemist should make dope beats first to be a timeless producer.

    • Anonymous

      Maybe it's because some of these producers today are trash.

  • t

    I don't charge for putting peasants in their place. Just a friendly gesture to the world

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  • Anonymous

    One trick pony ass nigga.

  • Anonymous

    He wishes he could make other people's beats. Too bad 99% of his beats consists of hand clap/snap snares, bass lines and "Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!" chants.

  • Andres Tardio SUCKS

    Another pointless article by Andres Tardio, a journalist with no writing skillz who copy and paste articles from other sites. Thanks for this info about DJ KETCHUP.

  • boosiemain

    he gotta be jealous over dat new lil boosie beat "rich off lean" that bass is so low nearly blew my subs. beat banging lyrics on point. with some lean, a whole buncha lean.

  • Anonymous

    too bad he doesnt have the talent to producer timeless beats

    • Anonymous

      ^ What kind of a fucking question is that? Premier, Dre, RZA, Havoc, Dilla, Pete Rock, Kanye, etc, have all made timeless beats. Maybe these new producers should study them more and get inspired to make beats that will still be played 10+ years from now, instead of making cheap, flavor of the month beats.

    • Anonymous

      Name a producer making timeless beats. You can't.

    • Anonymous

      To bad he doesn't have talent full stop.

  • Anonymous

    You can tell he is not a real talented producer by the tracks he said lol compared to answers real producers have said when asked the same question like Kanye Just Blaze Rza etc smh I think Kanye was the last real talented producer to make it, then came all these fruity loops laptop beat makers lol

    • tigerking79

      Ninth Wonder, one of the best beat makers over the past 10 years, up until recently used Fruity Loops. It's not what you make the beat with, it's knowing how to make a good beat. Fruity Loops has a sampler.

    • Fan of Music

      Kanye has stated that he used FL studio at one point...It's not about how the beats are made, its the end result. Some of your favorite beats were produced with FL Studio.

    • puffmommy

      unfortunately true

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