Sam Jackson is like the Jeezy of Hollywood: He’s for his people.
It’s not the average people that come to my show.
John McCain… looks like a fraud to me.
When you’re trying to bring the streets into rap to prove a point, then you already lost. You separate the two, and that ain’t to be played with. You’ve got people that lost their lives and people that are doing real time. If we gon’ make music, let’s just make music.
To be honest, I think about the clubs when I write. But I should probably start thinking about stadiums, because the songs sound even better there – and bigger.
I think everybody knows my sound because I’m me, you know? But, on your fourth album, I think you’ve definitely gotta show growth because I definitely don’t plan on being one of those cats that fade off. It’s always about growing with me; I grew up over the years.
This rap game is just WWF; everybody wants points off somebody else.
Politics isn’t only about government. Politics is about the people.
Music is how you feel.
I’ve got to pay $5 for gas just like everybody else.
Honestly, I’m on the road so much that I never really get a chance to go to baseball games.
In middle school, I had an ’87 Regal. That was unheard of.
I don’t really feel McCain. It ain’t just because Barack is black; he can make change. Just like Bush equals recession, Barack equals progression.
I never ever paid attention to any election.
I love the streets, and the streets love me back. And when things ain’t going the way they should go, they let you know… and when they happy, you gotta keep ’em happy.