That's something we real big on - just being real, authentic, being yourself, not letting this lifestyle change you.
Jeezy like a big brother.
Def Jam was always trying to get me to put out an album because I had 'Toot It and Boot It.'
I just like music, bro. I listen to everyone.
Stress come with life, period, bro.
On the 'Blacks & Browns' record, it's me and Sad Boy. He's a Hispanic artist, and we're talking about what we got going on with our peoples.
'Don't Come to L.A.' is talking about how out-of-towners come to L.A., and they try to start claiming the culture, the lifestyle. And they're really not from it. That's really what's it's about.
I represent the West Coast culture.
Before Mustard was even making beats, he was my DJ. He was doing all my shows with me before I was even cracking, back in, like, '08, '09.
I'm bringing what Snoop and Dre was bringing to the game.
I was in a situation where I was a West Coast artist signed to an East Coast label.
I eat breakfast most times.
I'm experimenting. That was part of the reason why I named the album 'Stay Dangerous.' It was about being proactive, not reactive.
Me having my moms and pops in my life and knowing and seeing what they went through for us - it's why I'm a good father.
I need a Grammy or a nomination. Just give me my nomination.
I had parties in church halls. My mama knew people that had venues and all that, and I knew a lot of people from forever. I was always popular growing up. She used to get me the spots, and I used to have parties. Probably about 300, 400 people.
I went to Paramount High School, Mayfair High School, all types of high schools. I'm not a high school graduate, but it's all good.
Black people love Hispanics; Hispanics love blacks. We grew up with each other. We share a lot of the same stuff.
I'm not boycotting 'Madden.'
I fell out with a group of the homies, including Mustard. I'm dealing with success.