Most fans are yet to hear Big Sean’s “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay” featuring Kanye West and Roscoe Dash, a cut included on his upcoming debut Finally Famous. But the track’s producer, Pop Wansel, is speaking on what listeners can expect when they hear the tune.

“It just feels so fuckin’ good. It’s something you can ride to; It’s something you can party to; It’s something you can dance to; It’s something you can smoke to; It’s something you can drink to; It’s somthing you can fuck to,” he told Muzik’s My Life. “It is such…a universal feel. It feels like anything you want it to feel like. It just feels good. When you hear the record, and when everyone hears the record, it’s pretty black and white—it just is what it is. I’m so happy to have been a part of that record.” 

Wansel, who also produced Nicki Minaj’s “Your Love” and “Save Me,” recalled that the track somehow found its way to Yeezy after he gave it to Dash. “Some way or another—I’ll never know why, I’ll never know how, and I’ll never ask any questions because I’m so grateful that it happened—the beat ended up in Roscoe Dash’s hands. Some way or another. Then, it got to G.O.O.D. Music; it got to Kanye, Don C, and Big Sean. Before I knew it, I was on my way to New York to hand deliver these files to Kanye. [Laughs.] That’s just how it happened. I made that beat in my momma’s basement, in North Philadelphia, in the hood and it went somewhere.” 

Fans will have to wait until June 28th to hear the record, but Pop promises that it’s going to be a summer anthem. “Yes, it’s definitely a summer song. It came at the right time; I’m happy that the timing was so perfect for it, because I feel like it is the perfect summer song. It’s going to wear the summer out.”

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