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Singer Chrisette Michele, who was at one time a close friend of the rapper, took to the internet to reprimand Ross for his actions at the awards.In fact, she issued a scathing statement against the genre, which led to the ending of Michele and Ross’s relationship.I’ll look at it and ask where are we going right after looking at my phone. ’ It’s not because I’m not trying to pay attention, it’s because I have a lot going on.So ADHD is a challenge for me even now.” Meanwhile, her brother whose stage name is Lem Payne suffers from bi-polar disorder and his struggle with the disorder has caused a rift in their relationship in the past, she says.
Chrisette Michele, she was on 'Mafia Music 2.' She came to Miami to film the video. Just give me that half a chorus, and I'mma make it do what it do. I'mma need to get on that.' " A version of the song with just an extended chorus and Drake's verse called "Paris Morton Music" came out shortly after "Aston Martin Music" leaked to the Net almost two weeks ago.
Rick Ross' Teflon Don LP came out Tuesday (July 20), and by now, if you've been listening to the radio and the mixtapes, you've already heard the extended version of "Aston Martin Music," a highlight of the project.
The track features Chrisette Michele and Drake sharing hook duties.
"I sent it to the homie," the Miami rap lord described. He might even include it on a repackaging of Teflon Don in the future. "I got on [Drake's] first single ['Find Your Love']. On that re-release, that deluxe packaging, that's what you may get.
She wrote her lyrics," Ross continued of Michele's session for "Aston Martin." "It took her 10, 15 minutes to cut her vocals. All right, all right.' At that point, I didn't know who was gonna sing the second half." The Bawse said listening to Drake's new album, in his leisure time, inspired him to make that call to his friend from Toronto. Then, one of Ross' engineers mixed Drake's verse and extended chorus with the album version of "AMM," and that song has lived on the Net and mixtapes ever since. Ross said he has no problems with an unofficial extended version of "AMM" being out.