On MTV News Paul Wall said, "I've been getting into the studio every chance I get, working with [Swishahouse head honcho] T. Farris and [Houston producer] Mr. Lee. I got a real hot track "Bangin Screw" from up and coming producers Bizness and Aaddict when I was in L.A. And like the title says, the album is all about getting money and fame, but also about staying true to where I came up," Wall said. "I've dealt with so many things I never had to deal with before — the success I've attained in the past year has been phenomenal, but I still want to remain Paul Wall. So we're not changing the script too much. The focus is still the same: the cars, the clothes, the ho's, the screw music."