How many people you bless is how you measure success
Blast my record out the windows of your Honda Accord. And if anyone gives you grief, you look them right in the eye and tell them Rick Ross told you wealth begins in the heart.
I love Adele. When I see her, I may kiss Adele.
I've been a fan of Adele since her first project.
In high school, I played football and became an all-American offensive lineman, but my father hadn't been to any of my games. In those instances, you still hold your head up high. But, when you look up into the stands and you see everyone else's parents cheering and supporting, you have to just stay focused and push through.
I feel like I can make records where, you know, I can get in the alley and exchange bars with Styles P, but I can also get in the studio and create a classic with Rihanna.
When I was coming up in Miami, the music in the city at the time sounded completely different. I loved it, but it just wasn't the type of music I wanted to make. I wanted my wordplay to be more sophisticated. I wanted the sound to be more lush. I wanted my music to sound like who I was and aspired to be - boss.
I was a real avid 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' fan. I think I may know every episode.
I love my beard.
For anybody that grow a beard or have hair on their face, I welcome you to the beard game. We're all family. I encourage that. I encourage beards.
Being a big guy, you face certain challenges. Over time, though, women found excuses to find me attractive.
When you listen to records like 'Foreclosure,' that's like me sitting in a room by myself just rapping about things that's running across my mind and things that have been bothering me.
I remember the first time eating my chef's Caesar salad. It was just like one of those moments in the movie theater when everything gets quiet.
I come from Carol City. The city renamed it Miami Gardens.
If you're a battle rapper on the block, the emcee battle challenger, not writing your rhymes could really hurt you. When you're an artist where maybe the focus is really the talent and the different things you bring to the game, I believe it's more understandable.
John Legend is brilliant. I feel he may be my best collaborator when it comes to delivering that undeniable soulful sound, and he does it in such a classy way.
I ain't trying to keep up with the trends - the hats, the hair colours, the dress codes.
When I think of CeeLo Green, I think about previous collaborations, like 'Tears of Joy.'
I believe I've always been so successful on the black market for a lot of different reasons.
As an artist, you find at different times you want to do different things.