My life is a blunt to the head, a prayer for the dead, Run around hustlin...scared of the feds. They said death is eternal sleep, But the only thing is you ain't really sure if you prepared for the bed.— Styles P
The most cheering Styles P quotes that may be undiscovered and unusual
They say blood is thicker than water.
Only in certain cases, you need water to live. You learn that in the basics.
Weird like Murdock, thinkin' like Hannibal, Man like Face but I'm wild like B.A.
It's family first for me and then business so the family has got to know what's going on with the business.
I didn't cut no corners, I just gave it my heart and soul.
That was real disrespectful and stupid.
But it ain't really catch me off guard. I mean, when you see certain things in a person's character [like J-Hood], you don't get really get caught off by guard by certain actions.
I mean family is more important than anything in life.
Family is important than my crew, D-Block, my rap career anything... It's the most important aspect of a person's life.
I've got to show at all times that I'm willing to tear any emcee a new asshole, at any given moment.
Young black men had an opportunity to make money that they had never made before, so why not be flashy? I'm not mad at the flash. It just needed to be balanced.
An emcee is a Master of Ceremonies. If you're an emcee, and I am an emcee... I rhyme, you know what I mean? I do things for my fans that still appreciate me, let them know what's coming.
When you're indie and you have your hands on yourself and you're not working for someone, you're working with someone and you're dealing with them, it's a totally different feeling involved.
Meek and drake happen to be two of the young kings with strong voices and followings that give people hope I hope they know this n b smart!
I get high like the clouds Gather every rapper up Bring em to the roof And watch em' fly for the Styles
I didn't think it was a wise decision for me to stay once I seen my second album wasn't going to go good. I didn't like how it went out, how the singles went or anything and I just didn't see myself being successful a third time around.
I put that in my management's hands and my company's hands.
We sit down all together, the family, D-Block, my management and I go build with KOCH, the distributor. You open up your own sites, you get your MySpace, you get your websites and get your little digital team on the side... and that's how you handle that.
I think about every song is pretty much raw emotion - even if it's not specifically about topic there's songs like "All I Know Is Pain" and "Green Piece of Paper".
I would never sell my soul, for cars and gold
I'm always going to survive and always going to be able to make more music because I have a dedicated fan base.
"I'm Black". I think that's the best song I ever made in my whole life.
Definitely giving it my heart and soul from my life as I see it.
That whole album [My Brother] is like that, that's how I feel.
My heart seem[s] colder than March but on the flipside of things, it's still warmer than June.
I am street hip-hop brother. That's my biggest message with that one.
It's a hell of a relief. Especially for a dude like me who is so hands on and I like to pretty much all the way hip-hop. So it's difficult when you're dealing with the majors.
I felt that I'm a real important part when it comes to hip-hop, but maybe not so much in the industry, so I felt that I was better of in an independent situation... where I have some control over my life and there's no middle man and it's basically me and my team handling my situation.
An album takes at least a year or 8 months and I think that's too long for your fans to wait to hear you again.
People are loving it [Blow Ya Mind], people are bumping it in cars everywhere.
People are hitting me, they feel it, the streets are feeling it.
[Blow Ya Mind] it's a feel good song, a relaxed song... people are just digging it.