I'm not a Soundcloud rapper anymore.
No rapper in the world from Jay-Z to Tupac to Biggie has 100 percent love on everything they do.
I don't want to be boxed in or looked at a certain way, as in, 'Yo, he's an Asian rapper.'
Drake is my favorite rapper.
When Elton John sang a duet with the white rapper Eminem on a Grammy telecast, rap went mainstream. Massive parental headaches followed.
I'm not just a rapper. I'm a child educator.
I love being a female rapper and embracing my sexuality.
I'm on the front line and I am a rapper.
Where I'm from in Harlem, everybody look like a rapper.
I'm a rapper but I'm more of a hustler.
Biggie is my favorite rapper, for sure. No other artist has impacted me that much.
I would collaborate with James Franco as a rapper any day.
I was a rapper and a DJ, and if you wanted to be involved in hip-hop, you had to be involved in the sonic, the kinetic and the visual aspects. The visual was graffiti.
We are all people... don't label me as an LGBT rapper or a female rapper... I don't like to be labeled.
I don't really know the logistics of a Soundcloud rapper.
When I first started, I thought I was wack. Lyrically, I thought I was wack. The thing I had over everybody was that I was the realest rapper.
Mariah Carey, Rihanna, the female rapper Nicki Minaj, my kids - and what do they all have in common? They're all lighter skinned. Do you think that's an accident?
I'm not a mumble rapper.
My only scheme was to be a rapper.
I'm very into film and strengthening what it means to be a rapper and to be a black dude from Chicago.