That’s about temptation. After the ride of going on ‘The Art of Peer Pressure,’ you listen to that, and that was the mind state of thinking everything is about a dollar. That’s where we were at at the time. Everything was about money. We didn’t care about nothing else truthfully. I’m very hands-on [with producers] and that’s why my projects come out so cohesive. I don’t just go out there and just find a bunch of instrumentals and rap over them. I have a specific sound in my head I want to convey. I really sit down with producers, I come up with ideas, and give them ideas. Truthfully, I should get some co-production on these tracks.
Honestly, he was like already done with the album [before I got on it]. When I heard it that was one of my favorite records. Every time he played it, I’m like, ‘Run it back.’ He was keeping the album real personal, he didn’t want that many features. Not even from us. When bro get in his zone, he gets in his zone. He’s so into his craft. He don’t do it intentionally. He just so happened to hit me, like, ‘I want you to do a verse for ‘Money Trees.’ I was honored so I took my time with it, wrote it down, and finished it up. When he heard it he was like ‘Man, you took it to the next level.
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