It is hard to separate the art from the artist.
I think it's important to add a personal aspect to your music - that's what makes it authentic at the end of the day.
I started recording in my sophomore year in high school. I recorded things on my cell phone in my basement.
Even in high school, I went through a lot of relationship issues, and that's at the center of my music.
Honestly, the way I make music, you know - it's like, I don't want to sound cocky or anything, but I try my best to make time with music that doesn't have an expiration date.
Music is the best way that I can communicate with other people.
It's good to put money back into communities.
I got family members that's police officers. I don't got no problem if you a cop, as long as y'all doing y'all job, and y'all not harassing.
I kinda grew up in different places. I was just from everywhere.
I feel like that's what's going to be most respected at the end of the day, that I'm able to do so many different things and become less of a rapper and just more as a musician.
I'm probably one of the biggest Drake fans you could ever find.
Lucid dreaming is dreaming but you being aware that you're doing it.
I don't want to get lost in everything. I just want to keep the same work ethic.
I talk about a lot of issues I go through and some of my fans go through and try to create a fellowship where people can relate to each other.
Nobody on this earth is perfect. Everybody has their flaws; everybody has their dark secrets and vices.
My school had a radio show, and when I first decided to become a rapper, I was on there, and I would, like, freestyle.
I freestyle everything.
Shout out to Sting: that's the G.O.A.T. right there. The goat. Greatest of all time.
I had phases of listening to rap and trap, and then I had phases where I'd listen to post-hardcore, rap, grunge, metal... all that. I had different time periods of listening to different music. And now it all clashes together.
I feel like I inspire more people than I think I do. I just need to remember that.