Meech: You know it’s funny. Before everybody turned their eye to police brutality and also this crazy shit that’s going on, if you listen to some of our older music, we were tackling that shit. When we were making this album people were saying to us “Yo, I need you to talk about police brutality, inequality, the class system” and I was like “We’ve been talking about this shit from the very beginning”. Songs like “American Pie” That shit is relevant now and it was relevant six years ago.
Juice: Hip-hop does have the power to change the world but it needs everybody to come together. Even artists like Public Enemy, they always had a cause, they always fought for human beings and for hip-hop. Everybody needs to accept it.
Meech: We need to stop boxing everybody in. Just because somebody is popular and they make popular music doesn’t mean they’re not down for a cause. Just because you sold a lot of records, it doesn’t mean you’re a sell out or you’re a piece of shit and you don’t care about people. And a lot of people think the opposite, that if you’re an underground artist you’re not making a difference. We just have to stop labelling people. This is fucking culture. We’re all pushing the culture forward.