We have to remember that no matter how much hardship we go through in our life, there is always going to be that fragile place in our heart.
I had a lot of respect for Biggie, and it was just a weird, kinda difficult thing. When I'm doing touchy interviews like that, I just try to be fair to both parties.
After you date a player or two it's nice to just chill with a guy that can keep it basic.
I am going to do as much as I can do, because I hate to do anything and not give my all.
I love Jay personally and as an artist; I think he's incredible.
Every weekend we've been trying to go out of town, to let people know about this album. I've been trying to host parties. It's hard, because it's a lot of work to do both.
I ran into Snoop one night. I was in the studio later, and I got this beat and thought he would sound great on it. I called him and he came right through that night.
I went to night school and summer school, I made that whole year up and I actually graduated on time. Also, I got a part-time job at the radio station.
Nobody from my label called any of their labels to get this done. Most of it happened very naturally. Mary and I have been friends for a long time. Then Jay-Z offered.
I might like somebody, and have to go interview somebody that hates them, but I still have to be fair.
Imagine the first time you are about to rap in a studio and you find yourself in a booth with Redman and KRS!
The people I chose to work with me on this album are there because I have a personal relationship with them.
I had no idea what to expect when we did Ladies' Night. I didn't think it was going to get nominated for a Grammy. I didn't know that we would have to perform on the MTV Awards show.
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