You’ve recorded a lot together. Gucci, Lo and OJ, you are all on the same label. But Soulja Boy, you aren’t. How did you guys come to all work together? Is it that you are friends? Did the labels put some of you together?
OJ Da Juiceman: I think it was a good thing. You know, Atlanta cats, we keep it two, 100. We don’t play soccer—save that for the folks over in Brazil, know what I’m talking about? But it’s a good look that we came together and make the hip-hop better than what it is, because it ain’t nothing without us, ya feel me? Juiceman said that. All we got is that. The music me and Gooch make, you know, it’s just a good vibe. The music that me and Shawty Lo make, it’s a stupid vibe. And the music that me and Soulja make, it’s a wonderful vibe. And if anybody say different, I wish they would, you feel me? And this here’s Atlanta, ya feel me? And we swagged up all the way to the max. Swag 200 for the 100. For the fool that ain’t keeping it 100, you know we 100, anyway. So I say 200—100 for us and for the folks that ain’t 100. Da Juiceman, aye! [Laughing all around]