I was lucky enough to be in the studio with Drake and Kanye before I put 'Freaky Friday' out. I showed them the video before I put it out.
I love rap, and part of hip-hop culture is being excessive and absurd, and I can't be excessive and absurd without sounding corny. So I have to do it in a very truthful, weird way.
A part of me wants to rely less and less on comedic visuals and make more substantial standalone music. And get a sitcom on TV where I can let my comedy do the talking there.
I can't really rap the way rappers rap; I drive a 2002 Toyota Avalon.
It's impressive to the girl that I'm texting that I have my own emojis. It adds to my charm as a man seeking love.
Snoop Dogg and T-Pain, to me, are like legends so it's like, any time you get to work with a legend like that, it's cool.