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I really haven’t heard anything bad as of yet." He also spoke about how he wanted to represent New York on the album, saying: "We really wanted to just re-represent that iconic sound of New York.
I feel like it right now we are in a soundscape where real musicality is coming back but in hip-hop, there is such a focus on trap rap.
The name Wilds has a history dating as far back as the Norman Conquest of England in 1066.
It was a name for a person of wild or undisciplined character.
I recorded it, he’s listening to it and he’s like, "That’s good, we’re going to keep it." "We are going to keep it? Other high points include the breezy "My Crib," the harder "Henny" and "Own It," and "U Can Cry to Me," which would lose none of its appeal without the guest appearances from Raekwon and Doug E. " or "Yo, what if we just pull this from this and did that? It really just came together from there." In November 2013, in an interview with Complex, he spoke about if he was surprised by the positive feedback he got from the album, saying: "I was and I think it’s mainly because I didn’t know what to expect.Yo, that would be crazy." I think one of the first beats that we flipped was "Hennesy" with the Mobb Deep sample. He played it for Havoc, Havoc loved it, gave him the original beat for it. You do a project, you know it feels good to yourself, you know what it is but to really have it be respected everywhere, by everyone.I am dating, I’m single as a dollar bill, but I’m dating.. The album features guest appearances from Method Man, Raekwon and Doug E. The album was nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 56th Grammy Awards, which was held on January 26, 2014.