Probably, violent things I've done when I was younger, was probably the most despicable thing that I've ever done.
I just want my fans to grow up and enjoy the music first, I don't want to change the world that's not what my music is about.
[I want to be] Something that really touched you - and as far as image and change goes, I just really want a lot of people to respect my music and treat me... [as] inspiration.
I've got so much in my brain and I want to change the way we think sometimes.
Ksubi' - the Australian jean brand, they're one of my favourite brands of just clothes and stuff, and the Swedish brand 'Acne', but other than that, not at this point in time designing. I wouldn't mind collab'n with those guys though.
There's just so much out there and so much inspiration... I just want to be tasteful.
I wouldn't mind collaborating with anybody, but I don't want to design anything, I'm not a fashion designer.
I don't have any favourite lyrics. Honestly, all of them I love 'em to death - it's the same with songs. I don't have just one favourite lyric, I love them all.
I want to make my own path and leave behind a good legacy for myself and honestly, I just want to be innovative and always down for other people. That's what I want to be remembered by. I want to inspire.
A lot of energy and excitement - that's what a lot of my shows are, energy and excitement.
Why can't I be friends with somebody who's gay? Why not? You can miss out on a lot by being so small-minded and stereotypical about people. It's stupid.
Who people like is their own business. It don't concern me. I know what I do - and I'm having a lot of fun with the women that I'm with.
I thought highly of myself growing up. I still do. There's not really much somebody can say to me to bring down my confidence or anything.
I haven't been a gay activist. I haven't protested for gay rights or none of that, but one thing I can say is that a lot of the designers I wear are gay and I like their clothes.
I didn't want to be a loser, but I didn't want to fit in at the same time because I don't like just being ordinary. So it's one of those situations where I always kept my head up.
I was ashamed to let anyone know that I was living in a shelter. I remember one time coming home and some kids saw me and were like, "What you doing here? This is a shelter!" But I was like, "My mom's working there." It was pretty embarrassing.
I've been into fashion since birth. I grew up in the 'hood, and everybody in the 'hood wants to compensate for being in poverty, so they want to look good to keep themselves up.
All of the young people - the artsy people, people who get overlooked because they're weird or they don't have hype around them - need to get some shine.
I want to inspire people to really open up their minds and not be one-sided or biased or hypocritical.
I'm a people's person, believe it or not. I just have a dark side to me, which we all do.
God is letting me shine, because I've got a good heart.
I want to be the first guy to help people accept everybody for who they are. I'm talking about colors, religions, sex, everybody. My music is for everybody, it's not just for one kind of group.
I'm from New York and I love New York and I'm always repping New York, but what I represent is something deeper than just being a New York rapper.
I hate the hype. When 50 Cent came out, people were saying that he was the best rapper alive: "Oh, he got shot nine times, he's better than Tupac, he's better than Biggie." That was all hype.
You wouldn't take me to be a Skrillex fan, but honestly, when I'm at his shows, I get high and liquored up, and I just go in the crowd and start raving.
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