Knoc shined on the songs “Some L.A. Ni–az” and “Bang Bang.” Knoc-turn’al also penned some of the verses for the 2001 album. Dr. Dre then featured Knoc-turn’al on the Dr. Dre classic single and video “Bad Intentions” for the movie soundtrack “The Wash.”
“Eminem has always been fire. He’s a good dude. He has been through a lot but he got it keep together. Eminem has always been a jokester fun dude to be around. You gotta understand he had to work ten times harder than African-American in this business because he’s white. So he had to work harder than us. He had to prove himself. And people don’t understand that point.” said Knoc-turn’al in a new interview.
Then he continues: “Crazy thing is that, Eminem is die-hard, true person. If he cares about you he cares about you. If he don’t, he don’t. Even on The Chronic, 2001 tour, Eminem taking all the b–ches and I can’t even get one. All I am is that I’m on Dr. Dre’s album. I was like ‘give me ne of them dolls’ while he was on stage and he said ‘I think you already stole couple of them.’ Being around him is a fun. He’s a jokester but you gotta get to know people to understand the pain and different things they have been through.”
“I came at the time when Xzibit, Eminem, Hittman, Mel-Man had been around and we had fun.” – Knoc-turn’al added.
Then he continues talking about some of his favorite stories when touring with Dr. Dre. You can watch the interview below: