Words matter. These are the best Juicy J Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m never uncomfortable with anything I do. I never feel like I regret anything. I love music, you know? All kinds of music.
Sometimes, I make 50 songs and pick out the best 10. I’ve been in the studio all day, all night, making the beat, writing the raps. You never know what’s gonna be a hit.
Three-6 Mafia, we were always doing different kinds of things, and we like rock music, we like whatever – not saying they was rock, but they had a little rock-n-roll with some of their music, a little rock with it.
I got a chance to meet Terrence Howard and hang out with him.
You never know what’s going to happen and when it’s going to happen.
Some people can be president, some people can speak, some people, you know, anything that’s positive, man – a dentist, a doctor. Just hang in there and never give up, and find out what is your talent. First you got to find your talent and just stick with your talent, and I guarantee you’ll get there, man.
I always wanted to run a major label, and I feel like I got the skills to do that. The one thing about me is that I won’t sit behind a desk the whole time – I’ll go to the clubs and see what’s hot.
I’ve got a lot of songs about having fun and partying, but it’s a lot of work.
Three 6 Mafia have been around for a long time; we’ve made a lot of music. Anybody’s music can influence anybody. I’ve heard people say that our music has influenced such and such, and it could be true, and it could not.
I listen to all kinds of music. I love underground, new music that’s popping.
I really wasn’t planning on being a solo artist.
I’ve never seen Madonna. I just grew up listening to her music – I want to see her.
Just don’t hate on anybody; just do what you, you know what I’m saying? Just do you. Just work at it, keep workin’ at it.
I want to be the president of Columbia Records, maybe C.E.O. – kind of like L.A. Reid.
I got a lot of film companies approaching me to write some songs for their films.
What can I say? I’m just a relevant dude. It’s just natural. My hunger’s still there. I still keep my ear to the streets. I record every song like it’s my last. I just love music. I’m blessed.
I’m starting the Juicy J Scholarship Foundation. I’m going to start doing a lot of different things trying to help out and give back.
I’m just raising money. Dead presidents are my relatives.
If you’re broke, you don’t want to rap about being broke; you gonna rap about hustling and getting that bread.
Rap ain’t out there for everybody; everybody can’t be a rapper. Everybody can’t be a singer; anybody can’t just be a songwriter, but it may – there’s some profession out there you can be in.
We all can’t shine at the same time.
I just want people to hear me and my story.
I want to meet Denzel Washington when I go to the Oscars. Every man wants to see Halle Berry in person. And, you know, Dolly Parton… I wouldn’t mind seeing Dolly Parton. She’s from Tennessee, I’m from Tennessee.
I’m a producer/rapper, so I feel like I can do anything. I can do all kinds of music. I’ve done all kinds of music, and I’m good at it.
The only biography I read was about Al Bell, of Stax Records. I wanted to follow in the footsteps of Al Bell.
I don’t live in the past or focus on making new songs sound like my old stuff; it would be stupid, and I don’t think anyone would like it.
I come from nothing. When I got a chance to make some money, I was like, ‘Man, I’m not ever going back.’
Nas is one of my favorite rappers because you don’t get any of that flashy stuntin’; you get the real, just raw bars. The way he tells stories and his vibe, I think we would make great music together.
I work on holidays. I work on birthdays. I work on New Year’s. I work. I keep my ears to the streets.
My life has changed for the better. It’s just amazing. I have to catch myself sometimes. It’s like a dream. It’s a great thing.