Did you have a specific collaborator or a specific individual that you worked with more on the album, or has it been you and then calling somebody in?
"Besides MCs and vocalists that are on the album, it has mainly been myself, James Ingram, my engineer, and Kevin Bivona, my other engineer, who both play other instruments. They play a little bit of everything, so they’ve been very helpful.
"They’re fast engineers. I have zero patience. If you can hear the drum and it sounds as good as it does in the room, then let’s go! That’s how they are too.
"Transplants’ world is like that, a lot of the worlds are like that and I love it. You can tell in a recording when it’s spontaneous and you feel the energy. Plus, James and Kevin know me and have been around for all sorts of stuff. It’s good having people around that know you instead of you just being some self-indulgent dude. It’s cool to bounce ideas off other people."