Dizzy Wright: "I'm going to do The Golden Era, then I'm going to do The Second Agreement, and then after that I'll do the second album, probably next year. I'm learning a little more [each time], I'm getting a better understanding of this game. I'll definitely have to get Layzie Bone on the album. Snoop Dogg, man, if I could just get Snoop on a Dr. Dre beat, I'd be set.

"I'm excited for people to hear the shit that I did with Wyclef Jean more than anything. It's that boom bap, '96 shit. I did some shit with Wyclef and Rakim, they put me on their shit. I'm excited for people to hear that, 'Back on My Boom Bap.' It's going to be insane. 

I don't want to be wrong, but I think he's doing part two of April Showers. It's an extended version. I'm excited, because he wants to do a video and everything, and Dizzy is going to be in there with Rakim and Wyclef. Just creating that new wave of hip-hop.

"I walked in and he played me what he had going on. I'm like, 'Damn.' I played him like six records, and we were just vibing out. He told his brother, 'Yo, give me a beat.' He grabbed his guitar and started playing his guitar. He was vibing out, he was looking at me, just trying to figure out what I was feeling. I started rapping a little bit, and he was like, 'Okay,' and I just started writing.

"When he was done with the guitar, I was done with my verse. When I rapped him my verse, he was like, 'Okay,' and he started freestyling. Literally, just started singing. We didn't go in no booth, he just had his microphone out. He was like, 'I haven't recorded with this microphone since The Fugees.' I literally just rapped my verse into it, and he sang his shit and then I did another verse. It felt like some old school, some '96 shit. It was like there was no booth, like we couldn't afford a booth, and we were at the studio.

"I'm about to put a studio in my new place. Everything being more right here for me, where I don't have to go to the studio or leave, and have people send shit over. With me just putting that shit in my house, I'm going to be able to vibe out in a different kind of way now. In a more productive way, so I'm excited to be creative here."