I feel like God gives you what you deserve. Whatever that time is, you get what you deserve.
I want to be the voice of the people; black, white, everyday, oppressed people. A person trying to make it and to do it right.
People always want to feel better and be inspired. Sometimes we need it. I think the conscious rapper will always be able to live and exist.
It's our responsibility for the village to say, 'Hey we're going to create these programs,' whether it's sports, creative arts, music, we need some things to give young people positive things to do, and that's including jobs.
Oh man, I love what the South brings as far as the soul, and I really have noticed from even the early days of listening to OutKast and Goodie Mob that Atlanta and the South has a diverse sound to it. You have bounce music. You have soulful musicians. You have artists with vocals who try to do different things.
I think you really have to remember what you loved about making music in the first place. Ultimately, people can be like, 'We've seen this dude in many movies,' but if they hear a song and they're feeling it, they can look past all the personal things and not hold it against you that you're also an actor.