"The first thing I ever sampled was from my parents' collection," Boo tells me. "I have baby pictures of me holding 45's. My father had an extensive collection: James Brown, Richard Pryor, Pigmeat Markham. We used to sneak and listen to that stuff. He had Redd Foxx. He had Rudy Ray Moore, a bunch of Rudy Ray Moore. I used to sit and listen like, 'Yeah, this shit's crazy.' And from way back then, it just kind of progressed from there. A cousin of mine had a party, when I was like 11 and she was 15, and I remember seeing the DJs come in, and I didn't leave the table the whole time. I was like, 'What are these guys doing?' And that Christmas I asked for turntables, and I got one. And I got a little bullshit Realistic mixer. And that was it, I was hooked. Eleven years old, it was done. My whole life, that was it."