I ain't follow nobody path; I did it my own way. It's just grindin', ya feel me? You just gotta grind.
Never be ashamed of who you are, your story, or how you react to situations. Don't ever be ashamed of how you communicate with people. Don't ever be ashamed of the person you are. Be you.
I just stay in my own lane and not worry about what anyone else is doing and settling my own pace.
I think I'ma make every hood proud. Everybody that ever seen me come up, know what I came from, know how I came up, know where I started. I feel like I'ma just make everybody proud.
Usually, the loudest in the room is the weakes. The quietest man in the room, who is being very observant, is the smartest and the strongest.
I've always known that I have a different mentality. I can move in different ways and that's for people to realize.
My best friend died in a high-speed chase.
I just feel like it's a blessing to be able to represent Compton.
It's never guaranteed for somebody to be successful. It just really be God.
I don't really be putting no limitations or projections on myself. I just go do it.
I don't play no one else's game and I don't run no one else's race because if I did that, I wouldn't be who I am.
I always have positive intentions.
I was anti social, but at the same time, people gravitated to that because they wanted to figure out who I was and why I was how I was.
Gotta always drink your water.
I just be wanting my fans to like, feel like I'm bringing them something nobody bringing them.
I don't believe in things that I can't see.
I can't just close myself off to the world, because then I won't be inspired anymore. I won't be able to talk about nothing.
Jewelry isn't a necessity, but sometimes it can bring out my fashion. Sometimes if I'm wearing very dark clothes, like darker colored, black, anything like that, and I put white jewelry on top, it look crazy because it's like, the contrast of the diamonds and the dark clothes.
My pops put me on to Jay-Z and Kanye, and my discoveries would be like Future and Kendrick Lamar. I turned my pops on to Kendrick, Young Thug. I feel my mom made me play the Isley Brothers and real, real old music.
I'm still very involved in my community. I give back and I'm always there for the homies. That's one of the biggest parts of what I do.