Rolling Stone made a nifty little documentary about the foundation of the dancehall trio Major Lazer, which focuses on Diplo’s desire for the group to gain notoriety amongst Jamaican audiences. “We can go out into the rest of the world — as long as we prove ourselves here,” the Floridian-born producer says before performing in Kingston. My favorite part of the mini-doc is when Diplo narrates a short biography of his obsession with Jamaican dancehall music and frames it by mentioning to viewers that he worked on M.I.A.’s album Kala. At this point it’s like, “Dude. We know.” Watch below.