All throughout Cash Money, I never abandoned the SP 1200. At the end of the day, I still use my SP 1200 'cause I like the way the drums sound.
I get most of my reading done whenever I'm in the airport waiting on a flight, have some time to kill, and I have a book with me.
I did albums for Cash Money. I didn't do singles - I did whole albums for Cash Money - and at the end of the day, I'm saying I wasn't paid for albums, so its like you're doing 10 songs, and somebody pays you for 1.
B.I.G. was like the Alfred Hitchcock of rap. Like, this dude's story form was so nuts.
If you know Down South production, Roland 808 is in almost everything.
When 'And Then What' was made, Jeezy already had a street appeal, but 'And Then What' put him on the national appeal.
I remember that my dad worked on cars from the '70s and '80s, and that's where my love came from: appreciating - even if it was a piece of crap - how much he loved American muscle.
I see how attorneys are, and nobody is really on your side. It's about money. The attorney is not chasing after your money; he's chasing after his fee.
I think I have automobile skills and musical background.