The "U Guessed It" Story
HNHH: Let's talk about the beat you've gotten the most recognition for--"U Guessed It". There have been a few different accounts on how that song was made. What's the story behind the track and how has it affected your career?
BT: We're all artists, and we're in competition, but we're like brothers. There's emotions, feelings, and animosity involved, and the story gets away from what it really was. Like Maco said he slapped me or whatever--that never happened, bro.
Me and Maco lived together for like two years. It was me, Maco, Brylan, and Bluetooth, and we were the original founders of OGG. And I feel like once more people got involved that weren't--not that it's a bad thing--but that weren't in the original four started making decisions that only the founders should be able to make, that's when shit started to change up, and there started to be animosity and shit.
The real story is we were planning on doing the Give Em Hell project and he was like, "Bro, I'm finna go out of town and fuck my bitch. Stay home, bro, make beats all day." And I was like, "Nah, what the fuck?" And he's like, "Bro, you better have 10 beats when I get back."
So he gets back. Sure enough, I have four beats, and I'm like, "Look, bro, you get your four fye beats, or like 10 ass beats. I'm not finna sit here and cook up 10 for you. You knew I wasn't gonna have 'em done." And he's mad as fuck--he had just came from Hooters, so he was all drunk and shit. And I was like, "You know what? You can't even hear the beat, bro. You gotta freestyle to it before you hear it."
And he was like, "Play that shit," and I was like "No," so he grabbed the headphones from me, and I guess that's where he was like, "Yo, I smacked this nigga." But he never slapped me. He grabbed the headphones, and I was like, "Here, bro. Do your thing. One take." And he just spazzed on that shit. Like he did the, "Woo, we was right," and we just knew at that moment.
He looked at me and was like, "Yeah, nigga. I told you." And I was like, "Yeah, turn up nigga."