I went with Atlantic because I got a lawyer to look at my contract and my contract was fire.
I feel like what motivates me is what would motivate the regular average person.
I feel like I have a lot of rhythm because I'm from the DMV. Because you got so many different types of music: Baltimore Club music, Go-Go, then you got the DMV rap music scene, then you got the DMV R&B music scene. It's a lot of music and it's a lot of taste that caters to most.
I grew up listening to Bob Marley, Jill Scott, Floetry, Nas, Jay-Z, Beyonce.
I feel like I'm really loud and brash.
As women, we're always supposed to be catty, or too cute to dance. And it sucks.
Whenever comparisons get too crazy I just think about my goals, and what I want from myself. I don't look at any references.
I feel like what I'm bringing to the table that's different is like not just consistency in the music but consistency in the creativity, consistency in the visuals, in the fashion, participation with the fans and things that I give them and merch and stuff like that. And I'm very active with them.
It's hard to be dainty and la la la when you're also supposed to be strong.
It is kind of easy for me to speak out. Just because I am very vocal in my music about a lot of different emotions, like anger, and normally stuff that people would hide, I'm okay with as a woman.
I didn't want to do music. I was very doubtful. I was like, 'Oh my God. No one wants to hear a teen mom rapper.'
Earl Sweatshirt is very wise.
At the end of the day, you have a side of the story that needs to be heard, too.
I got expelled from high school my freshman year.
I feel like being a 2019 XXL Freshman is just, it's important for me because not too many women can say they've... gotten anything like this, not too many people from where I come from can say that they've gotten anything like this.
Why still be pretty and all that when there's so many girly female rappers already? You can be a rock star instead.
I really hate when I do a great song with great lyrics but my voice just don't fit because of the type of beat I picked.
I'm like pixie grunge. The perfect blend of sugar and spice.
I love when people are just naturally happy people.
I feel like I get a variety of people in my crowd. Because of that, there's a nice amount of Hispanic people and Latinos that come to my shows. There's also a really big amount of Black and White people.