I like to take music from everywhere and put it in my style and let it be accepted.
I'm a huge fan of Taio Cruz. I'm really liking what he's doing at the moment. I'd love to do something with him.
Music was definitely a way out. Instead of playing basketball, I was going to recording studios.
I love the energy over here in the U.K., the hospitality is insane.
I'm not the only one in the studio a lot of times, so I have my boys in there and they'll tell me and give me their suggestions and what they think.
I've always known, before I had a record deal, that the thing is to go out and put on the show. I've been doing that from day one.
If they can go out and buy my albums, I can at least make the sacrifice to holler at the few people who call. A lot of times I'm busy so they'll get my voice mail. And if I can speak to them and I have time, I always text back. Because I think that's very important.
I write all the time, even if it means recording in the hotel room. I write on the plane, anywhere, anytime I'm inspired or have ideas.
I'm influenced by all types of music.
I love my fans, so when I get the chance to interact with them, it's beautiful.
At the end of the day I want to be the guy who experienced music in all type of ways, with hip-hop being the roots of it.
I definitely want my fans to know that I'm here to stay, and I'm going to continue to give them hot music.
I went on tour with Beyonce before. I wouldn't mind doing something with her.
I wouldn't mind working with Outkast. I'm a big fan of them.
It's always overwhelming when you come to another country and you're embraced in such a positive way.
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