All the battles and wars I been through, and all the battle scars I got it's been a learning experience. Everything I been through made me the man I am so if it was different I would be different so I would say that I really learned something from every situation.
I really don't have no regrets. I think that where I am in the stage of my career and in my life made me who I am today.
I think that if there was one mistake that I took away, it would affect the man that I am today.
Gimme a couple G's for every emcee I knocked to his knees.
Verbally useless, 'Oh you got the juice?' I squeeze you juiceless.
If you ever fall off, freestyling is what gets you back on track and go. Freestlying ain't always just to rap; you might fall off and you gotta come back. That's what freestyling is all about. Come off the dome with whatever is on your mind.
I miss the beginning stages when you didn't know what to expect. When everything was fresh, just experiencing it for the first time. That's something you can't buy with all the money in the world, that feeling.
Pretty much I don't regret anything that has happened in my life. One thing is I wish I could have spent more time with my mama and my pa.
The rap game will never be at peace. The rap game is built upon competition. There will always be competition and as long as there's competition, there will never be peace. There's a heavy competition in every scene. Everyone wants to be the one.
I'm a firm believer in that there are MCs and there are artists. I love' em both.
I think freestyling is very important. That's the key to the game, if you wanna be in the MC crowd, freestyling is important.
That's what we do, man, we're like storytellers. We tell you stories from the streets. Whether we did it before when we was young or we heard it from one of the homies telling us a tale of what he been through. It's all in having fun and creating a movie like vibe to tell a tale from the streets.
I think it's important to know how to free in case you fall of what you've written, you can be able to keep going with your rhymes. I think it's also good for the culture of emceeing. It's about microphones and about controlling the crowd; it's about rocking the party.
One of the things that I wanted was to be known as one of the finest MCs and I think the people gave me the respect I was looking for.
All my shows is about a party. We party from the door then we get into the gig, get back to the middle then we gonna party at the end. It's all a good time.
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