I never in my life watch ‘Rick and Morty’ unless I came home from school and it was on TV.
Not too much, not too less, you feel me, I give them the perfect amount of me, and that’s why people love me so much.
I want to be the light of my city.
It’s different, I don’t sound like anyone.
I started making music when I was like 14.
I love coupes and I feel like my boys do too.
I grew up in Birmingham, Ala. Nobody really blow up from Birmingham, Ala.
I always had a big fan base on the Internet, but it wasn’t as a rapper. It was just as, ‘Nahmir.’
I’m trying not to get too big-headed.
I used to do ‘GTA’ videos, I used to do everything.
The Bay, they got their own sound, they don’t try to be like nobody. They smooth out there.
My ultimate goal? To move my momma out of Birmingham. To move my whole family out of Birmingham, my friends, my family, me. It don’t even need to be out of Birmingham, just to a better community, a gated community or something.
I didn’t think nobody knew I listened to Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.
I used to be on the Internet a lot, so all my friends on the Internet were from California.
I’m going to reach that No. 1 on Billboard.
Everyone was messaging me like, ‘Yo, ‘Rubbin Off the Paint’ goes hard.’ Everybody in school knew it. The teachers know my song.
Relationships will get you far in this industry. It’s about how you move and how you act. Just be yourself.
Don’t spam your music to people… let the people around you share it.
I like ‘SpongeBob’ for real – I used to watch it 24-7.
I used to play ‘Grand Theft Auto 4’ and used to have a little community and we were some of the best players online.
I’m a real rapper.
I used to play second base, leftfield and centerfield.
If you be yourself, you’re good.
I influence myself, because I always try to be different and stay in my own lane.
I’m trying to spread peace, low key.
When I was younger, I used to watch a lot of cartoons.
I don’t see myself working with Lil Pump. He goes crazy though. We have two different sounds, but he goes hard.
My sound is inventive.
When I first started to blow up, everybody thought I was rich. Everybody started asking for stuff. My friends started becoming fans. Even my teachers began to act like fans.
Stay humble, always.