Comparing Kanye's next album to Dr Dre's classic, Ross adds…"I was just like, Wow. I listened to [Kanye's] beats, and we working on what I'm doing, but then he's in another room cooking up something … and just the intensity that you have to have to create albums that are gonna stand the test of time for years. He's such a great producer himself, and to have a Pete Rock over your shoulder just working on a particular sound and DJ Toomp, No ID, and Nicki Minaj, I see what's going on. It's The Chronic all over. That's exactly what I said when I walked into the room: This is The Chronic, this is how it had to be."
Kanye West is working with tons of people on his upcoming, still untitled but being called "Good Ass Job," follow up to his last "808s & Heartbreak" album like producers RZA, No ID, Pete Rock and DJ Toomp and artists like Clipse's Pusha T, Nicki Minaj, Consequence and Kid Cudi. Rick Ross recently talked about working with Kanye on his "Teflon Don" track "Live Fast, Die Young" saying "It's like everybody is a student: You walk into a session and it's all about the subject at hand," Ross says.
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