In this clip, Sauce Money briefly speaks on all his ghostwriting records throughout his career, prior to mentioning how his relationship with Jay Z is what linked him to future collaborations with Puff Daddy. From there, he recalls writing on four records for the No Way Out album, which is still Puffy's most successful body of work to date. One of those records was “I'll Be Missing You,” a tribute record to the late Notorious B.I.G., which was a smash hit despite Sting taking almost all of the money for the sample.