Seacret interviews DJ Mustard during On Air With Ryan Seacrest and questions him about why his signature phase ‘Mustard On That Beat’ was not on the track he produced for Rihanna.
She didn’t say she didn’t want it. I just didn’t use it. I didn’t want them to take it off, and I’d be like, ‘Uh, why’d you take it off?
When asked what it was like working in the same studio that Michael Jackson worked in:
When you first walk in the studio, you feel the presence of Michael. They have a thing, a glass wall with his glove and his hat, pictures. The room I work in is the room he used to work in. Upstairs from the room they call it the ‘Monkey Room’ because that’s where his monkey used to chill at while he was recording. And when you go in the recording booth, you can see, if you look up, you can see the glass the monkey looked through and watched him record his music. It’s a cool vibe and energy. It’s like history!