I'm always in that mode - whenever I have a little free time, I'm always recording songs, writing, whatever I gotta do. It's like my job is my vacation.
More Quotes from Ludacris:I'm just basically spillin' out my emotions to the world. 'Cause rap is about emotion. And I want you to feel what I'm feelin', 'cause that's what it's all about.
You gotta get up early in the morning to mess with me. I mean, I'm a businessman first-you gotta let the business come before the music, because it's all about being a good person and your ego can't get bigger than yourself and the things you're your trying to do, especially when you're promoting an album. So I feel it's real important to be businesslike in anything I do.
it's about damn time.
Value our lives because we never know what day or what time it'll be over, ... Rich, famous, whatever, it just makes you appreciate just seeing today.
People only think these are two different genres. But they're very much the same... Rap and hip-hop are about bringing people together to your neighborhood and talking about what happens there. Country music is about the same thing - writing about where you're from, ... You've got to respect (Toby), because he's selling a ton of records right now. It makes you want to learn more about his music.
You go out and perform every day, so you gotta take care of yourself, health-wise, as far as drinking enough water, getting enough sleep. You're having after parties every day. You're on the road, you're messing with women, you're doing this, you're doing that. It's crazy. I mean, it was a great experience, what can I say I loved it.
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