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I don’t let the left hand know what the right hand is doing.
I always had music growing up, but music was also like a journal. It was like my personal diary or personal journal. A lot of the things I couldn’t express to an individual, I would express them in my music.
I did study religion for a little while. I studied the Torah and the Holy Koran, Helios Biblos, which is considered by most people to be the Holy Bible. I just wanted to know, even with Buddhism and the Dalai Llama.
I have a cult-like following because I exemplify what it is to be a human being.
I’m never on Twitter. I’m never on Instagram. And that’s not by choice: it’s just that those things never really interested me. I might post a picture here and there, but that ain’t really been my focus.
I used to live with my grandmother. I used to wonder why the other kids in school went home with their mothers and fathers. I wanted to be the guy that got married. I wanted to be the guy with the children and the white picket fence. I never had that.
I don’t want no handouts. I want to get it out the mud.
In 7th grade, I believe, I wrote my first rap song. It was about everything I was seeing, everything that was going on around me.
One of my most popular songs, ‘Satellites,’ I paid $300 for that beat on SoundClick.
I like Peter Tosh, Bob Marley of course. All of Capleton, Sizzla, Frisco Kid, Buju Banton.
I’m a felon. I get pulled over all the time.
Let me tell you something about Tunechi – about that boy. That boy comes to the studio every day and grind as if he doesn’t have a dollar in his pocket.
It’s a curse. I ask God to take this away from me all the time. I do not like being an artist.
I was doing sold-out shows before I got radio play.
I’m a bookworm. I know with my physical appearance that I don’t look like the typical reader. I’m in Barnes & Noble all the time, and you can look at people that look like they are supposed to be in there. I am in there, pants sagging, hat backwards.
I was born on a full moon. Both my children were born on full moons, too. Some people say that’s scary. It is what it is, man, I don’t be trippin’. I couldn’t tell God when I wanted to be born.
I’m not no Internet person.
I married my best friend that happens to be a girl.
I always knew who I was, and I always ran from my true purpose… I know what my job is. And I always ran from it.
I was born in Earl K. Long Hospital. I was born Feb. 5th, 1986. I have a lot of family members. My grandmother had five girls, and all of them had children. It was always a house full. A lot of cousins. A lot of family members.
I like being with my family. That’s my party.
I have trouble with letting go. That’s my problem.
‘Recreative’ is a word that I invented because in urban culture, with colloquialism, we invent so many slangs. I don’t like the way that ‘recreational’ sounds – I don’t like to say I do a lot of ‘recreational’ reading. I like to say that I read ‘recreatively.’ I do a lot of ‘recreative’ reading.
I always wanted a family.
I put my flaws on front street. So the world accepted my flaws, so I don’t have any flaws.
I’m an introvert somewhat. There could be a room full of people, I’ll go stand in the corner.
I could care less about the particular. I like to make music.
I never go into a situation with any type of expectations.
Rap was more of a release for me, a journal.
When you stand for something, you’ve got to stand for it all the way, not half way.