Brianna Perry: "It was fun because it was someone who I had known and who I'd seen for a majority of my life, so I was very comfortable working with him. It was a different day and time where it wasn't 'Rozay MMG.' That wasn't it back then. It was everybody on their grind, but he's always been super talented, so I'd always looked up to him because he was always so particular with his word choice.

"I would have my verses and my raps and he would be like, ' Eh, you should probably switch up your style here.' Little key notes like that meant so much to me because I looked up to him and I admired his work. It was a lot of fun working with him. It was like 'Okay Ricky, you're starting to take me seriously around here.' I was just having fun."