Chief Keef – “I Don’t Like”(Remix) House Arrest Recording

I was contacted by Good Music to record the verse and hook for Kanye’s remix of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like”. I said “Cool! have him come by my studio, and I’ll get this done for you.” Anthony replied “The kid is on house arrest. You gotta record him at his house.” I was like no problem, so I called my videographer and bodyguard, and we went to Chief Keef’s grandmas house where he is staying while under house arrest.

I get to the house and set up my equipment. I have everything all set to go ready to record, and Chief Keef didn’t have his verse written yet. Kanye wanted a new verse for the remix. I thought to myself “Oh man! We’re going to be here for a while.” Just as I sit down and get comfortable, he’s already done writing his verse. IT TOOK HIM LITERALLY 3 MINUTES.

This kids got some serious talent. It was a interesting experience bringing a studio to a house, but everything worked out well, and this remix is dope.

Music Production & Recording
Na’el Shehade

Film & Video Production
Aaron Scharaga



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