Producer L.T. Hutton Says There Won’t Be Any Mumble Rap on ‘All Eyez on Me’ Soundtrack
The long-awaited 2Pac biopic All Eyez on Me is now right around the corner, and fans have been clammoring for any information they can get their hands on. Now, the details of the film's soundtrack have surfaced in a new report from HipHopDX.
In a recent interview, L.T. Hutton, who worked with 'Pac while he was still alive and is working on coordinating the All Eyez on Me soundtrack, teased appearances from E-40, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and a few other MCs who could show up on the project. He also offered a few details on who—or what—absolutely won't.
"It will be the truest form of what it is, but it will be a collaboration mixed in with—it's a melting pot of 2Pac's vision," Hutton explained in one part of his interview. "But you will not hear on this soundtrack anything that doesn't have substance. No disrespect to none of those people that do that, but we weren't about that, 2Pac wasn't about that, it will not be any bullshit mumble rap on this soundtrack."
All Eyez on Me is all set to arrive in theaters on June 16, which is, of course, 2Pac's birthday. We don't know about you, but we can't wait to peep it. For now, you can watch Hutton's interview about the film's soundtrack below at around the 3:20 mark of the video below.
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