The session [with Puff] was so legendary. I'm like, \"Puff, you not finna trump my energy on my album. Just know that in your first session with Nip, I'm 'bout to be turnt up more than you.\" We clapped it up after every take. We doing push-ups. I brought a pound of Marathon O.G. He tapped out like, \"I can't smoke no more of this weed with you Hussle, I'm 'bout to smoke my weed in these joints.\" We really had a legendary session; he got to feel my energy, I got to feel his energy as a producer. And he was in the booth screaming. It was a room full of people and I told everbody, \"Hey man, when he comes out that booth, everybody clap just to keep the energy going. Not to stroke no ego, but just to keep the energy up, you know what I mean, to say, I appreciate you giving your all to this record.\" It was just a fire session.
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