Is there someone who can play guitar better than me technically? One hundred percent. But does anyone look better playing a guitar in my generation? Absolutely not.
As soon as 'General Admission' came out, there was a whole new pain that hit me that was rougher than I could imagine.
I'm an anarchist. I have it tattooed on my stomach.
I feel like a celebrity is someone who sits and takes pictures with people 'cause they love themselves and how they look and how people look at them. But I just want to be regular and respected for my artistry because music doesn't necessarily have a face.
There's something about America's sweetheart and America's bad boy. That juxtaposition is what everyone desires.
I've never been a bandwagon Clevelander. I've been talking about Cleveland and holding up Cleveland since before we were champions.
I don't want to feel like the cool kid in the crowd who doesn't want to do what the artist's saying. I want to be so in awe of the artist that I'm literally jumping up and down, even if I've got on brand new Louboutins.
It's crazy. Even doing that one episode of 'Catfish,' I get people recognizing me for it who didn't even know my music.
Everyone in our clique rocks a black bandana with the print 'EST 19XX' on them 24/7. As the underdog, you are expected to lose or give up and 'wave the white towel,' so that is why our flag is black. We never give up - never surrender. EST means 'Everyone Stands Together.' The '19XX' is to represent any age.
The last thing I want to do is be complacent.
I don't think having a conservative mind in 2012 is a cool thing.
I'm fortunate to have a baby girl who's super into everything that I say and do and really cooperative and just fun to be around. I couldn't imagine having a rebellious kid like me.
I was really excited about 'Nerve' with Dave Franco and Emma Roberts.
Every night, we put on shows that are deteriorating our bodies' life span... we don't do it for it all to be in vain.
I think me and Macklemore exist in two different worlds.
I respect all grandpas around the world doin' it big.
I'm trying to be the Dr. Dre of Cleveland.
Every time I've partnered with WWE, we've managed to pull off something extraordinary, but to be a part of the Tribute to the Troops special is definitely the highlight.
I've become so much more comfortable divulging things I've never talked about before, honing in on certain relationships that everyone can relate to.
I write all my hooks.