For Yung Dezzy-D and Lil Bill Swavey of That Nation, it was an "amazing" experience to receive a Master P feature on the remix of their first single "Whole Notha." The rising hip-hop duo from the small town of Opelousas, Louisiana were "blown away" when they received the news that the mogul and pioneer of Dirty South rap wanted to add a few verses.
"He ended up hearing the song and liking it," Lil Bill Swavey tells Billboard. "We wouldn’t think that an artist of that caliber would even want to do a song with us. He actually wanted to do it and that meant a lot."
The two emcees formed That Nation while attending high school, where they were making music in separate groups. From there, they released their first mixtape in 2016 titled It Ain't Dat Easy: Reloaded. The music on the set is about their everyday life with topics focusing on their family, friendships, relationships, and transitioning into adulthood. The rappers originally had a solo video for "Whole Notha," a jaunt exposing fake friends and two-faced nemeses. With Master P's additional bars, That Nation filmed another visual with their newfound mentor, who Yung Deezy-D claimed "took his time and didn’t want to rush through" the video shoot.