["Bmore Shit" is] old as hell. But we used that on the promo scheme. 92Q uses that hook in a promo a lot, a promo during the day, during the week. So people hear that, as if "yeah, that's Ogun!" So we just wanted to use that kinda as a reference point, if someone doesn't know Ogun but he's kinda heard that before, like "what's that song by so-and-so." But in general, as far as the collaborations, my whole vision is no one ever [collaborated] on that level. And now, it's startin' to be the new trend--like, "Fuck it, let's get it done." Which is all good with me, but I just know that it was a tension of "I'm so better that I don't wanna be on that track with him." And I feel like I broke that with ["Bmore Shit" and "Just Us"]. And if you look at the collaboration with "Just Us," it wasn't positive corny, but we didn't cuss. I had to tell [the other rappers] that, because they come in, they wanna just pull the guns the out. But I really told 'em, like, "Nah, we not cussin', try to give some kind of message." Some people did better than others, but either way, it still had a small theme of "it's just us." And really, as far as hip-hop--and beyond hip-hop, but as far as hip hop--all we really got is the people who are really doin' somethin'. Once we really see that, like how Bossman said he's gonna start makin' tracks with other people . . . we can see our power as far as comin' together and the impact that it'll make.