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At age thirteen, West wrote a rap song called "Green Eggs and Ham" and began to persuade his mother to pay $25 an hour for time in a recording studio.
It was a small, crude basement studio where a microphone hung from the ceiling by a wire clothes hanger. soon became West's mentor, and it was from him that West learned how to sample and program beats after he received his first sampler at age 15.
Because of his association with D-Dot, West wasn't able to release a solo album, so he formed and became a member and producer of the Go-Getters, a late-1990s Chicago rap group composed of him, GLC, Timmy G, Really Doe, and Arrowstar.
His group was managed by John "Monopoly" Johnson, Don Crowley, and Happy Lewis under the management firm Hustle Period.
This action greatly displeased his mother, who was also a professor at the university.