I started rapping because I wanted people to hear what I have to say, I want as many people to hear me as possible, and I do everything in my power to make that pop.
You have to know when to be arrogant. You have to when to be humble. You have to know when to be hard and you have to know when to be soft.
Before Eminem, the idea that there would be a white rapper that anybody would really check for was fantastic or amazing or impossible.
My fondest memories were watching the Beastie Boys get prepped to come on stage. They had a lot of antics and they play a lot of basketball... then they were giving out cameras to the crowd, and performing from the bleachers. The most important thing I learned was that you control your crowd, not the other way around.