What is the best song ever made?
KP: "Dead Presidents (extended)," by Jay-Z.
AP: I ain't no hater or nothin', but "He Can't Love You Like I Can, Trust Me," by Jagged Edge.
Who is the greatest living musician?
KP: Kanye West.
AP: Alicia Keyes for three reasons: (1) Sings like Patti Labelle, (2) Plays the Piano like Mozart, (3) She is fine enough to be my girl.
What was the first album you ever bought?
KP: Nevermind, by Nirvana.
AP: J.E. Heartbreak, by Jagged Edge.
What was the best show you've ever seen live?
KP: Red Hot Chili Peppers and Foo Fighters.
AP: 50 cent, G-Unit and Fabolous.
If you were dictator of a small country, what would be your national anthem?
KP : "Damn," by Youngbloodz. Don't start no (expletive), won't be no (expletive).
AP: "For the Hood," by Young Jeezy; "In My Hood," by Fabolous...It's one thing to be from tha hood, its another thing to be for the hood.
If you were onstage with a mic in front of thousands of screaming fans, what would you say?
KP: "don't confuse me with the suckas, cuz when i spit you can hear more 'ooooooo' than when skip to my lou move at the rucka..."
AP: "Oh, I think they like me."
What song pumps you up?
KP: "I'll Beat Yo Ass," by Crime Mob.
AP: "We Ain't Scared," by Lil Flip.
What song brings you down?
KP: "God's Bathroom Floor," by Atmosphere.
AP: "Dear Mama," by 2Pac.
Petrie and Phillips can be heard on "Still Tippin', Final Crunkyear (Mo' Than Music)," 9:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sunday nights on WBOR 91.1 FM.