Producer: Sir Jinx, Kool G Rap
Album: Live and Let Die 
Label: Cold Chillin' Records

Kool G Rap: "Jinx did that beat and then I ended up going back to New York for a little while. There were a couple of times while I was recording the album that I had to go back home because I had a family. This is one of the times where I went home and then came back, and Ice Cube had laid a verse to the beat. I think it was something Jinx had arranged. Me and Cube had a mutual respect for each other as artists. But I arranged for Scarface and Bushwick Bill to drop verses, I was always a fan of Geto Boys. They were already out in Cali for a music event, and so I took advantage of that and got them to come to the studio.

"I thought that the East Coast-West Coast beef was fucked up. There were dudes in Cali that I got to know, and it wasn’t like that for me and them. I was surrounded by the West Coast. I was disappointed.

I met 2Pac during the L.A. Riots. Jinx introduced us. We all got into the same car. It was me, Pac, Jinx, and my man. We were in a convertible BMW, riding around and shooting guns. People were wilding all over the city.

"I met 2Pac during the L.A. Riots. We were in the same studio recording for our albums. Jinx introduced us. Pac was excited to meet me and vice versa. I was bumping Pac’s first album before I even met him. I was crazy about 'Soulja Story.' We then all got into the same car. It was me, Pac, Jinx, and my man. We were in a convertible BMW, riding around and shooting guns. But there were a lot of pissed off people at that time out there. People were wilding all over the fucking city. Police weren’t even interacting, because it was chaos everywhere.

"We only met that one time, and then we spoke on the phone a couple of times. There was never another time to make a song together. I never met Biggie.

"I haven’t spoken to Ice Cube since that time. I think he’s been pretty busy doing his thing, making movies and next level shit. Me and Scarface were praising each other on Twitter not too long ago, he’s the homie.

"I was confident that Cold Chillin’ would put the album out without Warner Brothers. I wasn’t a new artist trying to break-in, I had a huge fan base and Cold Chillin’ was an established label on its own. I thought they could get the job done, maybe not on Warner Brothers’ level, but they could pretty much do what they needed to do."