“Basically ‘Make A Living’ is my biggest record to date and I was thinking about doing a remix to it. At first I was thinking Snoop Dogg or Too $hort but something was telling me that G-Eazy would sound great on this track. I reached out to my fellow Oakland native. He told me to send it over ASAP. He sent it back the same day, called me on FaceTime playing his verse, and the rest is history.