Statik Selektah, one of the top hip hop producers currently, speaks on his experiences working with frontman of The Roots, Black Thought. Thought appeared on both Extended Play and Statik’s new album, What Goes Around. In this interview, Statik shares the story of how Thought recorded his 32-bar verse in Statik’s home studio and left before 4 minutes passed. To get Thought’s verse recorded for What Goes Around, Statik took a $300 cab ride to Thought’s NJ home and Thought recorded 52 bars on a USB mic sitting on the coffee table. Statik, DJ Eclipse, and D-Stroy go on to talk about how Black Thought is one of the most underrated emcees of all-time and should be in everyone’s top 10 list. Statik also hints that there is a chance he’ll record a full-length collaboration album with Black Thought as a solo emcee, as requested by the fans. Purchase What Goes Around here.