Maestro Williams Says to Trick Trick That He is Hurt by Disrespect Shown to Eminem

Legendary Trick Trick and award-winning producer Maestro Williams discuss Eminem’s input into the culture and his work ethic.

Shade 45’s The Fly Zone radio show is back with “The Sit Down”, hosted by Trick Trick. His recent interview with Maestro Williams delves into Maestro’s diverse talents, showcasing his ability to craft music across various genres. Maestro’s versatility is on full display, from producing hip hop tracks with intricate classical orchestrations to venturing into other musical styles. Maestro worked with many legendary musicians as a producer and studio musician. One of those sessions where he found himself behind the keyboard was with Eminem, arranged by nobody else but D12’s Bizarre:

I worked with Eminem in the studio once. I got a call from Biz, and I don’t know what was going on, but I was a keyboard player for that day. It was like, wait, what? I pulled up, and we worked. He worked the studio like a 9- to-5 job. He actually stayed a little past five that day. He was working on some shit. I thought it was dope. I never heard it on anything, so I guess it wasn’t dope enough. But we worked in the studio together. Then, we were working on the D12 mixtapes — the joints he did on there. I would mix that in with everything else.

Trick Trick admitted that he only recently learned that some Detroit natives, as he put it, “were going after Eminem”. He wanted Maestro Williams, the Motor City man himself, to talk him through that. But Maestro, not denying that the situation exists, cannot comprehend how it is possible:

I don’t get it, I don’t fucking get it. I never got it, and I never will.

Trick Trick shares his bewilderment:

They act as if they’re placing him on some type of throne, and then they’re trying to dethrone him. He’s not on the throne; he’s not trying to be on the throne other than to be the greatest rapper to ever live, which is a quest that is worldwide.

Maestro Williams joins him to remind that Eminem has always cred for the city and assisted its citizens in need:

Let’s not act like he did not. He still put on for the city. There’s never been a time when he did not.

Not chasing fame and not bragging about the good he does doesn’t mean that there is nothing, reminds Trick Trick:

Not even counting charitable donations he makes that he chooses ato never say nothing about.

Maestro Williams can only shake his head:

It’s so disrespectful. It hurts my feelings. I’m not a “hurt my feelings” kind of guy. That shit is not supposed to get to me, but it [hurts].

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