Every hip-hop documentary is important because it shows our culture's growth and impact. When we first learned about this movie, we were excited because we'd actually been to Good Life and seen it's impact. It was like being on New York's 52nd Street in the 40s, when jazz bands were creating something new and had free reign to be creative. At the time Good Life sessions were happening, there was enormous pressure on rappers to be commercial. Good Life proved that you didn't have to give in. Good Life also gave East Coast hip hop fans, the most supreme of snobs, something to think about, and it definitely did make an impact on our ciphers.