Drip is your attire, the clothes you wear.
I try to be as humble as possible and try to project that to the world. But some people don't see that. They think I'm just in Atlanta spending money. But I try to be humble. I try to let the world know that I am still humble.
I feel like my breakout moment had to have been when I dropped 'Drip Season 3.' I feel like it was just a real good body of music.
I might wear a $10,000 outfit on a weekend, no cap.
I would like to work with brands I personally love, like Haider Ackermann, Chanel, or Off-White, to even newer brands like Rhude and A-Cold-Wall. It's easier and more organic when you know and love the brand already.
I'm really chill.
It's like different moods, so whenever you in one mood, I got a song for that. And then you in a down or other type of mood where you really just wanna chill, I got that type of music, too.
Me and Carti are both from the Southside of Atlanta. That's one of the main reasons that we clicked so well.
If I could collaborate with any artist, I would want it to be like Marvin Gaye. Someone like who they wouldn't expect me to do a feature with, like, very iconic.
All my achievements have been great achievements. I have been collaborating with big names and making hits - like my song 'Yosemite' with Travis Scott.
I've learned since 'Drip or Drown' that no one should care what people think. I learned that, after years of comments, it really doesn't matter.
You got to be able to reinvent yourself and come up with new ideas because everybody is going to try to copy, which is what you want. You want people to start saying what you say.
I always hung out with older people. I would be the youngest out of the crew.
'Phase' is a special song to me, and I wanted the video to make you feel like you are on a journey with me. My team and I shot this video three different times, and every time I got it back, I wanted to go a step further.
Drip is me. That's my signature.
I'm gon' drip forever, but I'm not going to just focus on that. That's not going to be the title of all my albums.
'Drip or Drown 2' is more me, more songs. I enhanced it more, even with the cover itself.
I always like to dress up, you know what I'm saying? Put on nice, expensive clothes. But before it was even 'drip,' I used to be, like, 'swag.'
'Drip Too Hard' - we knew that was the one.
'Drip' is just another word for swag. Swag was not our word - my era is drip; that's our swag.