We could fight the fuss till we get like friends, Or somebody bite the dust and we split like ends. Even in our wildest moments, girl, I'm on it cause you're worth it. Practice makes perfect, so we fightin' for a purpose.— ASAP Rocky
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The worst thing a good girl could do to you is break your heart.
God is letting me shine, because I've got a good heart.
Everybody should be able to enjoy their life, because you only live once.
So I just want to get it all out there and be the best role model that I can be, if people want to put me in that kind of predicament. I mean, I didn't ask to be a role model, because I'm not perfect.
Nowadays, everybody wanna be weird. We know how to manifest being weird.
I'm a people's person, believe it or not. I just have a dark side to me, which we all do.
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I want to make my own path and leave behind a good legacy for myself and honestly, I just want to be innovative and always down for other people. That's what I want to be remembered by. I want to inspire.
I want to inspire people to really open up their minds and not be one-sided or biased or hypocritical.
I don't care what straight people do, I don't care what gay people do.
I don't care what nobody do. That's they business. I just care about what I do. You know what I'm saying?
You ready? I have gold teeth, I have braids, I'm wearing Rick Owens moon boots, I have rips in my denim, a biker vest, I love artsy girls, my favourite artists are Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon. I'm obsessed with being different.
I didn't want to be a loser, but I didn't want to fit in at the same time because I don't like just being ordinary. So it's one of those situations where I always kept my head up.
Rihanna is a pothead and so am I, so we're real cool.
Weed is going to bring us together as a generation. Drugs is what created Woodstock. Let's be clear about that.
Purple lipstick? Naw, that looks stupid on all girls!
Young boy, let his gun bang, let his nuts hang Transition to a Lamborghini from a Mustang Drugs slang in the drug game with the hustling (I know one thing) Anything is better than that 1 train
I'm not glorifying it at all, I'm just basically telling you that sometimes I have suicidal thoughts. And maybe I should seek help, or maybe it's not that deep.
I used to be homophobic, but as I got older, I realized that wasn't the way to do things. I don't discriminate against anybody for their sexual preference, for their skin color... that's immature.
All of the young people - the artsy people, people who get overlooked because they're weird or they don't have hype around them - need to get some shine.
I'm starting to find out that a lot of people that you wouldn't think listen to me really do.
I know that women are smarter than men.
I don't wanna sound like I'm on a bandwagon for chicks but I do love 'em, can't front. Women are smarter than men. I know I gotta lot of chicks up my sleeve but you guys are twice as good.
So for me, fashion was about standing out as an individual - and it helped me get the attention that most people try to get with publicity stunts or by doing other crazy things. But I just let the attention come to me naturally, and I think some of that has to do with my fashion.
With clothes, I like mixing what different designers do until it becomes a personal expression of how I'm feeling that day.
I'm not a gangster, bro.
It would be disrespectful to take my stardom and bully my way into the fashion industry.
I'm from New York and I love New York and I'm always repping New York, but what I represent is something deeper than just being a New York rapper.
I really want to do the unexpected, and I think that's what I did when I executed 'Long.Live.A$AP.' I wanted people to really see the message and that I'm an artist who not only has the capability of rapping, but of composing great music both for people of my generation and for people with different backgrounds.
A lot of energy and excitement - that's what a lot of my shows are, energy and excitement.
I take cabs if I need to get somewhere or I take car service.
I don't drive, I wouldn't mind riding a bike... People think that because you become an entertainer you gotta have this rock star thug image. I'm an artist, man. I'm going to live like an artist.
In Harlem, I got all my black friends.
But when I go downtown, I got black, white, Asian, Indian friends. There's no borders, no barriers.
Cristal go by the cases, wait hold up that was racist I would prefer the Aces, ain't no different when you taste it. A 40 ounce to chase it, that's just an understatement.
I'm getting my respect as a video director. The fashion industry respects me and knows who I am.
For me, growing up in Harlem and then migrating down to SoHo and the Lower East Side and chillin' down there and making that my stomping ground... That was a big thing, because I'm from Harlem, and downtown is more artsy and also more open-minded. So I got the best of both worlds.
New York gave me hell for that 'Purple Swag,' man. They didn't respect me until 'Peso.'
I hate the hype. When 50 Cent came out, people were saying that he was the best rapper alive: "Oh, he got shot nine times, he's better than Tupac, he's better than Biggie." That was all hype.
Ksubi' - the Australian jean brand, they're one of my favourite brands of just clothes and stuff, and the Swedish brand 'Acne', but other than that, not at this point in time designing. I wouldn't mind collab'n with those guys though.
Sometimes I feel like what's hard for fashion designers to do is take looks from off the runway and actually put it into existence, into reality. That's really the hard part.
But for real, for me, I feel like with the red lipstick thing it all depends on the pair of complexion. I'm just being for real. You have to be fair skinned to get away with that.
People don't make albums any more. It's always about singles. I wanted to take that old-school approach.
I don't wear diamond necklaces. I'm not against it but I never could afford it, so now I just wear gold. I wear bracelets, rings, anklets.
I used to go to Saks, I would go to Bergdorf, I would go to Barneys, I would go to thrift stores in SoHo.
I wouldn't mind collaborating with anybody, but I don't want to design anything, I'm not a fashion designer.
I was ashamed to let anyone know that I was living in a shelter.
I remember one time coming home and some kids saw me and were like, "What you doing here? This is a shelter!" But I was like, "My mom's working there." It was pretty embarrassing.
When I started, I was 23 years old directing my own music videos;
I'm co-producing on my album; I'm hands-on with everything. I'm more than just a pretty boy: I'm an artist. I'm not saying I'm a hip-hop music artist, I'm an artiste.
I don't like new cars; I'm into vintage cars - there's a Jaguar E-Type in the 'Goldie' video.
You wouldn't take me to be a Skrillex fan, but honestly, when I'm at his shows, I get high and liquored up, and I just go in the crowd and start raving.
Probably, violent things I've done when I was younger, was probably the most despicable thing that I've ever done.
I haven't been a gay activist. I haven't protested for gay rights or none of that, but one thing I can say is that a lot of the designers I wear are gay and I like their clothes.
I love 'Harry Potter' and JK Rowling - don't laugh at me!
The thing with me is if I feel disrespected I won't hesitate to fight.
But it takes a lot to make me feel disrespected.
I'm not saying that hip-hop needs gay rappers or anything, but they need to stop being so close-minded because that will just cause the genre to fail. Look at pop. Pop doesn't discriminate against people. Look at Lady Gaga, y'know what I mean?