Since leaving the NBA in 2015, Larry Sanders has been making strides in his own music. After receiving a production credit on PARTYNEXTDOOR’s new album, P3, the former center’s decision has been given more validation.
According to Complex, Sanders and Party met up in Los Angeles while Sanders was working with producers Bizness Boi and Sevn Thomas.
They sent the track to PND last September, which eventually was titled “Don’t Run” on the new album.
In the interview, Sanders also said his self-produced album is on the way.
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When did you know you were going to be on the album?
Sanders: Honestly, probably like a week or two weeks ago. You know, they do a tracklist and they told everyone who made the album, so it eventually got back to my camp.
What did you feel when you found out?
Sanders: I mean, it’s amazing. You know me, I just started getting into making beats like five, six years ago, honestly, while I still was in the NBA. But I never had an artist that really cut a record from something I made. For a major artist like PARTYNEXTDOOR to do that, it was exciting. When I heard he put it on the album that was the icing on the cake.