The key points in my life as a kid were so scattered that I was most comfortable in, like, airports.
Sometimes I’ll fall off the wagon, but you learn that there’s a time and a place. I’m young and I wanna have fun and go crazy, but then you go home and you’re a mom and you have to give all that time to your family. It’s just finding out when to do what and where.
I never thought that having a kid would be the thing that got you to work.
Everyone always says I’m a rapper, and that I’m exactly like Peaches and M.I.A. People just take any female artist and compare me to them.
The one cool thing about being underground is that it gives you such freedom. You have to be so on top of it, releasing singles all the time, doing videos all the time, and I don’t know if I’m ready to give up that freedom.
I think that’s in my case everything I do takes so long because I don’t have one direction. I’m just doing what I feel at the moment. It would probably be good, though, to have some direction.
You know you wanna do your career, but at the same time, it could end any day and there are so many things in this industry that are stupid and vain, like photo shoots every day. I have always a struggle with that.
I figured I’d discuss my views outside of partying. I went a bit deeper, and the music is a bit more mature.