I feel like people being themselves and not being scared of judgment, they're putting that into their music, and it's like, 'Wow, they came up with something fire because they didn't care how you were going to feel about it. They didn't care if you were going to like it or not.'
I'm very carefree - I wear whatever I want.
I just want people to listen to the music and get something from it, whatever it may be. Whether it's a catchy lyric or a whole situation.
I feel like everyone has been judging me based on 'Drip on My Walk,' and that's cool, but that was the fun record I did. That doesn't define me, but for some reason, that's how the world looks at it.
I definitely hope that I'm inspiring a lot of different female artists to run with the boys.
When it comes to fitting in, I think I'm really fly. It's not really hard; I'm just being myself.
The younger generation of hip-hop artists believes in doing something irreverent, inventing a new style. That's all it's about.
I love Beyonce; she's great. But I'm not into 'Lemonade.'
This is just a long shot, but I definitely would want to work with Frank Ocean. He's the man.
I will really go looking at memes and be crying sometimes.
I have this nonstop energy that's almost annoying, like how a little sister would be.
I have very few real friends because I don't really feel like I fit in with a lot of people.
I'm a sap. I like love movies. I watch too many of those.
I personally feel a responsibility to demonstrate to that we girls have the power to not only gain equality for women but all sectors of society.
It's social progress to just be you.
I'd like to encourage young adults to love themselves and others more.