My homies in Gadsden aren't as exposed as I am culturally, which is awesome - that's why I love going home. I'm in the kitchen with people who don't know anything but the simple life, what's important to them, and what's dope.
Sometimes I want to party, sometimes I want to fight and sometimes I want to cry.
Yeah, I have animosity, a chip on my shoulder. But I love, too.
You have to fall. You have to understand what that feels like. For what I want in my life, and for where I want to go with this music, you gotta be humiliated, man. You gotta understand what that feels like. It just makes you stronger.
I'm not ashamed of anything that I've done because when I did it, I was passionate about it and I was doing it for a reason.
I love performing. I love getting out there. It's kind of like why I make music.
I can tell you that when you're willing to give your life up to see a dream through, the reward is great.
I'm always gonna have the darker edgy music; it is always in my pocket because it comes so naturally to me.
I don't go to clubs and throw money and pop bottles. That's not my thing, no disrespect.
I don't sit under the tattoo gun unless I'm sold on it completely and it will define me as a person.
I think any artist that's going to become anything in this world faces humility: with great humility comes great success.
Anyone can relate to struggle, whether you're European or Asian. Anyone can relate to having to get up and go to work and eat.
I just want to make a classic. Classic is the standard. I'm just trying to make music that will last a lifetime.
This is hip-hop. If you've got something you want to rap about, just rap about it, man.
Triple 6 Mafia and Mystikal in Atlanta was one of my first shows. I remember how sweaty and smashed up everybody was, and it was so punk rock.
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