You know, I always when people ask me, like, what is my most favorite song, I quote Duke Ellington, when they would ask him, what's his favorite composition? And I say, I haven't written it yet. Because, you know, there are different songs for different occasions.
The right to bear arms? What about the right to live?
I might do something in Arabic. I might do something in Hebrew.
I might sing a gospel song in Arabic or do something in Hebrew. I want to mix it up and do it differently than one might imagine.
This is like one thing that I've tried to do, and I think successfully, that when you realize that nothing really belongs to you, you begin to appreciate having an understanding of just where your head is at, and you feel so much better.
When I was a child, kids used to make fun of me because I was blind. But I just became more curious, 'How can I climb this tree and get an apple for this girl?' That's what mattered to me.
I listen a lot to rap, and I'm inspired to take it, to use it in another way, to get the message across.
I am what I am. I love me! And I don't mean that egotistically - I love that God has allowed me to take whatever it was that I had and to make something out of it.
Minds ripen at very different ages.
No one has been a greater advocate for the power of love in this world than I; both in my life and in my music.
Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.