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You can’t cheat the game. You can’t cheat the grind. You get out what you put in at the end of the day.
I’m a force to be reckoned with.
And I’m the type of person, if I ain’t wrong, I’m gonna stand on that.
Some songs I rap before the beat even play and I enjoy doing that. I like walking the beat down.
Anything I do, I’m doing it for a reason
The goal was to be the hottest artist on the planet, and I think I’ve done that.
When you reach a certain level, people don’t get anything left to do but find a reason not to like you.
You gotta milk the game. You gotta take advantage of it. When you got something going, you would be a fool to step on your own toes and go left with it.
I had more of an understanding of what I was listening to when I was getting older.
It’s just the risk that I take and the sacrifice that I make. Put me, my career, and my family’s peace of mind on the line just to do right by my fans. It ain’t no gray area. You’re either with that and willing to go out of your way to make people who contribute to your dreams come true happy, or you aren’t.
I definitely am the best rapper alive. Mark my words.
There was so much music growing up. But definitely, Lil Wayne was a big influence because I had more of an understanding of what I was listening to when I was getting older.
I just had that mindset to never settle. That’s a credit to my pops, too. He used to say ‘The sky’s the limit’ every time we talked.
The music I make, it’s so hard. I listen to it 100,000 times before it even drops.
I don’t do everything right, and that’s okay.
I made that a point when I was creating my sound from the beginning, I didn’t want to sound like anybody. Once I kind of found my own sound, I mastered it.
No, I wasn’t a bad kid. I was always intelligent, strong-minded, and outgoing like I am now.
My life in the history books, whatever I do, they won’t forget now.
Anybody that is trying to go into business with me, of course, I’m gon’ do my research on them
I love it when you have to perform at a certain level or else. That’s when I’m at my best.
I really came from nothing. I’m not perfect at all, but look, I done been through it all and still got plenty more to go through.
Becoming successful, staying successful, remaining free, and staying alive, don’t happen where I’m from. That’s something I understand can never be taken for granted.
I like pressure. I love it when you have to perform at a certain level or else. That’s when I’m at my best.
My main goal is to top what I did before
The way I make something out of nothing, I got that from my mama. That’s 100% her.
Sometimes you gotta see more to be more. It gets weird as hell, but it’s necessary.
I like to have fun with my videos and performances, that’s the most fun part when it comes to the music. I get to show off my character.
Make sure the people you hustling for gonna still be there by the time you reach the goal.
I am the type where I don’t worry about anything else but how to top what I did yesterday. My main goal is to top what I did before.
From my life experience, I don’t look at police as police anymore. I think they prey on people. Actually, I know they prey on people.
In some songs, I rap before the beat even play, and I enjoy doing that. I like walking the beat down
It’s the work you don’t see that gets people the furthest.
I’m an early 1990s baby, so I had the pleasure of going through a lot of eras in music
You have to know what you’re doing because people in the industry know what they’re doing. Also, just being mature enough to not be blown away by all of this going on.
People are unpredictable at the end of the day.
Fall in love with the hustle.
Recording ’ Till the sun up makes me think about the old days.
A lot of times, I set standards, or I put things ahead of me on purpose because that’s just how I am. I challenge myself.
When I get bored with something, I’m done with it.
Don’t take sh*t personally. Business is business. Do your own thang. Know how to deal with people.
I was all about touching people and influencing people.
My Internet presence was definitely bigger than the music. I’m so good at marketing, so once I knew I had them looking, I turned up with the music. I knew what I was doing – it was premeditated
It’s a full-on lifestyle. Know how to deal with money—reinvesting is imperative. Even when I ain’t have sht, I was putting everything I had back into getting here. It was all about just stretching, pushing the envelope, and making sht happen. That’s what I do. I make sh*t happen.
At the end of the day, somebody’s got to not like you. Somebody’s got to not like Baby.
When you got a sound that doesn’t sound like anybody else and it’s brand new, you’ve got to feed it to ‘em. You’ve got to force it on ‘em.
The struggle made me special.
I’m pretty sure my expectations are higher than the average person’s. It just sets standards.
Everything is organic. I got the wordplay, I got the vocabulary to really, really rap.
Just treat people the way you want to be treated.
And that’s what I’m gonna be: a bad motherfcker. And with the sht, I’m gon’ do and whatever lane I’m in, I’m gonna bend the rules. I’m gonna stretch it out and see what’s been done, see how to do me and how to do it differently
When it comes to the music, the traits you got to have in order to make lit music, club music, to have the swag with it, to have the lingo—I got those traits, you know what I mean?
I’ll let the game tell me when to drop music. If it was up to me, I’d drop music every damn day.
My work ethic comes from kicking the door down. Me coming from where I come from, it ain’t a city where you got any other rappers from.
If you are willing to go through it with me, grab my hand, and let’s go. If not, I wish you the best.
Don’t let your intentions get watered down by worrying about what ‘famous’ people doing with their influence.
The overall structure that police operate on needs to change. It all needs to be changed from the inside out.
We’re from the hood and are serious and real, but at the end of the day, that doesn’t get you anywhere. I can be a worldwide artist; I can act and do comedy. I can really spit with the best of them, but I can also make songs. Some spitters can’t make songs.
You have to know what you’re doing because people in the industry know what they’re doing. Also, just being mature enough to not be blown away by all of this going on
I used to think I was ugly because I was a baby.
I mean, I’m just me. I wouldn’t even call myself a tough guy. I’m just me. I remain myself, and I respect everybody.
Come touch me without dying, I highly doubt it.
It’s just the risk that I take and the sacrifice that I make: Putting myself, my career, and my family’s peace of mind on the line just to do right by my fans. It ain’t no gray area: You’re either with that and willing to go out of your way to make people who contribute to your dreams coming true happy or you aren’t.
I’d bet the house on me every time. I do it every motherf*cking day, and I ain’t been wrong yet.
My relationship with God today is about expressing how grateful I am, more than anything. Asking Him for more lessons, I tell Him to give me the chance to adapt and get right. We planned this from the get-go, me and God. I asked Him for it and met Him halfway. And every time I meet Him halfway, boom, it goes how it’s supposed to go.
Any ’90s baby, The Rock or Stone Cold Steve Austin had to be your favorite wrestler.
I don’t play the ugly game, I think everyone is beautiful and I see it in me now more and more.
I pray to God they all understand now, play with me. It’s a man down.
I won’t give up all I got to see you happy.
He’s from Fayetteville. I’m from Charlotte. We got two different upbringings. All in all, though, I love J. Cole’s perspective and I love his music. I love his approach. It’s just two different things.
I’ve been broke my whole life, you get what I’m saying? I’m scared of the bank.
I’m all the way hands-on when it comes to my videos.
Now that I’m an XXL Freshman, you know, I feel like that sets high standards for me, and I feel like I have to deliver.
I still remember back when we ain’t have no money… had to act like I was watching something, wasn’t any cable. I saw the screen, it was blue. I ain’t have no AC; it was hot. But now you can reach in my pockets, and pull out a motherf*ckin’ knot.
I did some sh*t to get where I’m at.
I didn’t know of any rappers in Charlotte. Not to sound like I’m bragging, but I brought the music scene alive and shed the proper light on it. I took it to a whole other level when I started rapping.
I took a lot of losses before I won, but b*tch, I still won, though.
I should stop rapping and write a book. I know some sh*t.
Charlotte, it’s what somebody from New York or L.A. would say is a small town, but it isn’t. It’s right in between being a small town and a city. It’s more of a city
I like to have fun with my videos and performances. That’s the most fun part when it comes to the music. I get to show off my character.
People think I’m more rowdy than I actually am. Just based on certain events and things, people think I walk around looking for trouble. But really, I’m one of the most laid-back, coolest people you’ll ever meet.
I’mma finish this runoff successfully, reach another milestone, and take some much-needed time off to work on self-discipline, mental health, physical health, loving on my kids and family, and becoming a better person overall.
I’ve studied the greats. I’ve studied all the genius marketers throughout the rap game. I borrow from anybody with something to offer. I’ve just always been a hustler.
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