Nana Rogues explains how Drake’s ‘Passionfruit’ came to fruition

The Making Of Drake's "Passionfruit" With Nana Rogues | Deconstructed

Nana Rogues has provided us with an insightful look at how he produced ‘Passionfruit’ for Drake on More Life.

The London-based producer sat down with Genius to explain how the hit, which charted in the top-10 in the UK, USA and Canada, came to life.

Nana Rogues also produced ‘Skepta (Interlude)’ on More Life and has been making waves in the production world, having broken through by producing ‘Trappin Aint Dead’ by Section Boyz. Drizzy performed at their headline show at Village Underground in 2015, which is where Nana Rogues and Drake first met.

Since then, the hit-maker from Hackney has established himself as one of the UK’s strongest, producing high-charting songs like Tinie Tempah’ top-five hit ‘Girls Like (feat. Zara Larsson), while his earlier production credits include ‘Link Up’ on Wiley’s Evolve or Be Extinct album in 2012.