“The decision to make another BDP album was really Kenny’s (Longtime BDP member Kenny Parker). In my world, I’m just more interested in staying vibrant and inspiring my generation in particular and the younger generation as well. But I want my generation to understand that you can continue to do this craft. That you can keep doing this…to never give it up…to never think you are too old or that your rhymes are tired or whatever it is that stops people from pursuing who they are in hip-hop. For me that’s where I come in on this album. Kenny kind of took advantage of that, knowing how competitive I am. I was in New York one day and he was just like, ‘Yo, you want to do another BDP album?’ It has more of a BDP subject matter—more battle rhymes, a lot of live club rhymes, with one or two songs pointing towards a conscious direction. This is what we call a BDP album.