Ski spoke to Complex about the studio chemistry he has with Spitta, as well as future projects:
“Dame was like, ‘Yo, you need to come to my house. There’s this rapper Curren$y, he’s dope.’ I didn’t know anything about him. I was totally out of the loop when it comes to anything new. So I went to his crib and saw this little dude sitting on a beanbag with a hat on, getting high. [Laughs.] He was like, ‘What’s up man? I’m Curren$y.’ ‘I’m Ski.’ He said, ‘You did “Luchini.” I always wanted to work with you.’ I said, ‘Let’s do it.’ Since he was from down south, I thought, ‘Oh shit, I’ve got to make some down south beats.’ And he said, ‘Nah man, just do what you do. Make the music you make. I’m not as young as I look.’ That’s what he said, and it was an instant [connection]. That was before we [had DD172]. Back then we were doing everything out of Dame’s crib. As a matter of fact, we met him then we went to Woodstock, and we started recording. And that’s where ‘King Kong’ and ‘Scaling The Building’ and all of these songs came from. That was only a year ago.”
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