Before TrillStatik became the 420 exclusive it is today, Bun B and Statik Selektah shared the cumulative steps in a YouTube testimonial video. Admittedly not all 11 hours and 40 mins of the expedient recording process are outlined in the video. Before you let your inner-schtickler take hold, consider that Statik Selektah only began chronicling his stopwatch once the album's curation was set in place. Peep the video here.
TrillStatik is exactly what you'd expect of the portmanteau. With Statik Selektah laying the foundation of a "boom-bap" template prevalent in his other works, all that remained for Bun B was to adjust his Trill OG meter by the slightest of margins. The result is a joint album that bears both their likenesses and a bevy of big-name contributions from either side of the coin flip. The NorthEast and H-Town are represented in equal measure to reflect the universality of 420.
1. Moving Mountains (Ft. JaVonté)
2. Still Trill (Ft. Grafh & Method Man)
3. Basquiat (Ft. Fat Joe & Smoke DZA)
4. Concrete (Ft. Termanology & Westside Gunn)
5. Money (Ft. Fame & Wais P) Lyrics
6. Superstarr (Ft. CJ Fly, Haile Supreme & Meechy Darko)
7. Paperwork (Ft. Uncle Murda)
8. T.B.A. (Ft. Killa Kyleon & Propain)
9. Time Flies (Ft. Big K.R.I.T. & Talib Kweli)
10. I Know (Ft. Haile Supreme)