"I think me and Mike thought, "This is our last record." We kinda didn't have anything to lose. We were out there touring, and we were getting money from shows, and every morning we'd hit another record store. The idea was that if we come back with the illest samples that no one has ever heard before, that we'll be able to cement our worthiness or our legitimacy to hip-hop. We spent a lot of money on records to make 'O.S.T.,' but that's all we cared about back then: records, food, equipment, and some weed and beer, and that was it. That was our life." – Thes One, telling the story of 'O.S.T.' on Good Convo.