I always realized it's levels. When I went to Ross' house for the first time, he had every car in the driveway and I ain't ever really know nobody that had all that stuff at one time. So you personally knowing somebody like that, you're like, "They're really levels out here man." People really doin' it at another level. I stay in my lane but I always try to graduate to the next level. I stay hungry and that's what I do. I see somethin', I like it and I stay hungry and try to graduate to that level.
No matter if you work at a job, or you play basketball, or you cut here, there's levels to everything you do [and] how hard you work.
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The New Orleans emcee says he's earned a week off on his new free single.
The Cali singer hops on the track for a soothing remix.
The NYC dancehall star's breakout hit gets a major remix.
The emcee takes a long walk to success.
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