West Coast producer DJ Mustard is on a winning streak and is not letting anything get in between his music and his money.
Having produced songs including, “NaNa” by Trey Songz, “Paranoid” by Ty Dolla $ign, and Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” the 24-year-old is currently responsible for 7 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 and one of the main people responsible for the West Coast’s current dominance in hip hop.
The Los Angeles native recently made headlines after getting involved in an physical altercation with Bay Area Rapper Mistah F.A.B. Last month, Mustard was deejaying at nightclub Mezzanine in San Francisco when F.A.B, punched him the face. Both were exchanged between the two, but both parties have decided to sweep it under the rug.
“Its no hate against him…Im over it, its over,” Mustard told HipHollywood.
Watch the video above to find out what else Mustard had to say about Mistah F.A.B. as well as his opinion on the differences between hip hop beefs of the 90’s and those of today.
Mustard’s forthcoming debut album, 10 Summers is set to drop on August 12th.