Since 2008, the two have been developing a work relationship that hip-hop fans have already begun comparing to the rapper-producer bond shared by the likes of Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre and Swizz Beatz and DMX.
"We have so many records, nahmean, it would seem like we've been together forever," Jahlil tells The BoomBox. "It was just that we were tryna get on. We seen the vision. We were tryna get signed. So we knew we had to put in that work. Together. So we were in the studio, living there, every single day."