A Man Named Scott, a new Kid Cudi documentary produced by Complex Networks and Film 45, hits Amazon Prime on Friday. Among the stacked lineup of fellow artists featured in the film is Kanye West, a figure who’s been involved with many classic moments in Cudi’s career, dating all the way back to the 808s & Heartbreak era.

In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Cudi reflected on a pivotal moment in his life that included some timely words of support from Ye. In 2016, Cudi announced he was checking into rehab due to “depression and suicidal urges.”

That same year, notably following an exchanging of words between Cudi and West, the latter made a point during a Houston tour stop to declare his frequent collaborator the “most influential” and “most important” artist of the past decade. During the same show, Kanye said he hoped Cudi was “doing well” and wished him the best. “Kid Cudi is my brother,” Ye said at the time.