In my opinion, KLC (Beats by the Pound), Mannie Fresh, and Mouse on the Track are three of the most influential hip-hop music producers from Louisiana. Each of them with hit records that continue to pack dance floors around the world.

Super-producer Mannie Fresh deconstructs the making of Juvenile's Back That Azz Up, which was recorded 20 years ago in 1998, and released as a single on Feb 24,1999. It's gone on to become Juvenile's biggest mainstream single, from his best-selling album, 400 Degrees. Watch as Fresh explains each sound and sample that was used to create the 20-year old masterpiece.

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