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Young Thug

[I met Thug] through Gucci. Gucci had bought a new studio on Memorial in Atlanta and a lot of people would be up there. So I went up there one day and Thug was there, and he was recording "Picacho." [Laughs] Really we were just coolin' it, we didn't really link at that point. But I would come back and we would see each other more often, do some shit at Gucci's studio, then I started working at another studio and I used to bring him up there and we'd do sessions up there and started going in after that.

There was a point where I guess he wasn't doing much music stuff, I don't know. Thug's interesting, he's all over the place. But I would just call him every day. He's a street nigga, so he would be in the streets, and I would call him every day, like, "Come on man, come to the studio, come to the studio." I had the workplace, I had the beats, the chemistry was there and I think we both saw it, and we just locked in.

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Hip-hop has come a long way since its beginnings 40 years ago, and its influence has spread out on a global level. Now, another generation of rappers and producers is emerging to take hip-hop further into the next decade, and they've taken the influences of those that walked in the same shoes in the past 20 years and modernized it for what's coming next. But for each of these artists, there has been one song or album that changed their lives and made them want to have a career in hip-hop. With that in mind, XXL asked 23 rappers and producers to pinpoint the one song or album that changed their lives in a way that pushed them to think differently, to relate to their music or to enter hip-hop at all in the first place. —XXL Staff
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