DJ Premier: “That was actually for Blaq Poet. It was originally Poet and Alchemist rhyming for Tha Blaqprint. Al did his rhyme, and never wanted me to hear it. He was just like, ‘No, it ain’t up to par. It ain’t where I want it to be to satisfy you.’ I just wanted to hear it. People done that before, but I know how to judge a rhyme. So we just put the song on pause, then one day Statik Selektah was here and I played him the beat, and he was like, ‘Yo, I’ll buy that.’ It was a nice fee, and Term did what he was supposed to do, and he blessed it. I did two other tracks on his album, ‘How We Rock,’ and ‘So Amazing.’ I just love his grind, man. He does whatever it takes to get himself noticed, and he doesn’t care who hates him because he knows not everybody’s going to like him. He covers every aspect and his heart is really in it.”