I come prepared with the white suit and stethoscope, Listen to your heartbeat, delete beep beep BEEP. Your insurance is high, but my price is cheap.— Kool Keith
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Now my helmet's on, you can't tell me I'm not in space.
Supersonic bionic robot voodoo power Equator ex my chance to flex skills on Ampex
Dallas Mavericks want me as a bald-headed 5' 8" guard with a 95" vertical.
Vince Carter respect my legs, ask Shawn Kemp.
I drop styles on ears...the public bite 'em. Not many went to school, so the dummies wouldn't write 'em. They say, "Yo Keith! You're Kool, you usin' big words!" I went to college, I'm even more stupid, herb.
Starstruck with one buck, your girl look like Donald Duck.
They use the simple back and forth, the same, old rhythm That a baby can pick up, and join, right with 'em. But their rhymes are pathetic, they think they copacetic Using nursery terms, at least not poetic.
Tough like a Ukulele.
You need a bad operation. Gimme the scissors, hammer, flame.
Rhyme to kill, rhyme to murder, rhyme to stomp, Rhyme to ill, rhyme to romp, Rhyme to smack, rhyme to shock, rhyme to roll, Rhyme to destroy anything, toy boy. On the microphone: I'm Poppa Large, big shot on the East Coast.
I write the most sexiest records out.
I get atomic, hypo-galactical... Word to mom, I'm in my own world. Galaxy rays? Powerful.
The beats change, I mean you got a lot of artists out there advancing new sound, new technology, new beats everything sounding very futuristic, so I feel it would have been boring for me to do another hip-hop record.
I've done so many hip-hop albums already I got tired of just hip-hop.
I call you once...you never dialed back. Twice...you never dialed back. Saturday morning, live, I'm on Soul Train, talkin' to Don Cornelius. Saturday night, my phone rings... Saturday night, I won't answer. Saturday night, my phone rings again... Saturday night, I don't answer.
I didn't think of rap with that type of south feel and that look and the hay and all that.
I think a lot of the high technology is distracting.
Leave my diapers moist in the back seat of your Rolls Royce
People tend to lock into one thing that you do that they consider to be better than the last one.
I'm not against women. I'm not against men. I just write about me telling my side of how I would say something.
I had BEEN making futuristic records way before a lot of the groups that came out, but now everybody is running to make their albums sound new, but it sounds too made up.
I think I speak for the guy who is just s a regular guy who says yo I don't wanna go to an expensive restaurant.
I've always been a direct guy.
I mean the world is a place where it feels like a woman has to go out everywhere in society, you have to buy her and cook her a meal and stuff.
I think people get mad because I make more direct records.
I think Missy Elliot is pretty creative, I mean at least trying to take it to the future.
Business money reattaches worldwide Deep inside stops the diamond rocks In a million world, billion world, quitrillion world Rap moves on to the year three thousand
I wear black while suckers wear pink.
Everybody's slow right now, there's nothing happening musically, everybody's all on cable television and being manipulated by all the television right now, what's on cable telling people what to listen to and stuff.
I thought of rap I thought of Grand Master Flash and I thought of about what they went through.
I always buy something to make myself motivated.
It's good to feel that you can buy something and motivate yourself. That's what I do, just buy stuff. I like to buy something new and then record.
But still at that particular level of commercialism I listen to those projects I still hear some stagnation in a lot of the stuff.
As I get older, I 've shied away from a lot of convention. I've just been making my records.
Certain songs I feel different people should be on different tracks, you know it's emotional. I put myself into characters for certain records.
I don't need drugs to make weird music.
I'm not really entertained anymore, everything sounds the same.
We have a crisis right now of innovative music. I'm probably the only person left trying to do something different and brand new.
If you want to say you got to take a woman out to a fancy restaurant, I write songs about hey I'm not taking you to a fancy restaurant, I wanna take you to McDonald's.
I'm one of those artists that people take my music without my consent.
People love to snatch my music and do things on their own. You got people that put me on beats I never rapped on. I just feel that it's a bad thing.
Shakespeare's gone, don't even think about it.
I think I write more outspoken than the average rapper.
Everybody's still in the 70s and 80s musically, still making remakes.
I write a lot of songs about my impressions from a man's point of view.
You have girls that sing about guys ain't paying their bills and men are this and men are that and I write about women who want to go out for free, they don't want to pay for the dinner, they try to get over, they wanna leave.
So it's like the underground world no longer exists economically cause they're not giving money back to their supporting artists.
Think about it, if you was there standing looking at me.
What would you do, if I hit your face with dog doo-doo?