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Lil Baby quotes: get to know the Atlanta rapper.

“I got the name Lil Baby because I always hung around older dudes.”

“I got a boss mentality.”

“I ain’t never had nothing good in life.”

“I know how it feels to go without. That sh*t hurts, so I’m humble.”

“I’ve been through all the bad parts of the streets.”

“I’m straight as the street, man I come from the pavement.”

“I just want to be that to my children—the ultimate father.”

“As long as my kids grow up better than me, I’m happy.”

“My ultimate goal is my son, and a lot of other kids, to not have to grow up the way I grew up. I just give them a different outlook on something. I want to let them know they can have this much fun by doing something legal, like me—rapping for instance.”

“I feel like whatever is meant is meant. I feel like this is already written.”

Young Thug, he gave me all the jewels. He literally paid me to leave the neighborhood.”

“I used to always be in Atlanta, chilling. I didn’t really have as much to do. So I would gamble as a hobby. Now I’d rather go into the studio and try to make me a hit.”

“I don’t really know the logistics of a SoundCloud rapper.”

“I always knew ‘My Dawg’ would be a hit, but I didn’t even know what a hit was. When I made the song I knew it sounded hard.”

“I have an impact and people look up to me now. It’s more than money.”

“I just save my money, man. I don’t even try to enjoy it like these other rappers; they having fun and they lit, but they gon’ be broke later on. I be savin’, I be chillin’. It feels good to know I got it, but it feel better to know I’ma keep it too.”

“Whether I’m at the gas station or I be at the store, I be there by myself. I be regular.”

“Like people coming up to me like, ‘Nobody ever told you that you look like Lil Baby?’ But I’ll be like, nah. Or like, somebody told me that. I’ll never just say, it’s me.”

“I never knew anything about rapping.”

“I’m a rapper but I’m more of a hustler.”

“I done paid Gunna to write my songs. I never put the songs out but like when I first started rapping I used to pay him like $100, like, ‘I’ma give you a $100. Write something for me so I can try to learn to go in and record it.'”

“I got more songs with Gunna than anybody. That’s like the only person who I’m around!”

“I’m all about giving up-and-coming people a chance.”

“I don’t really have a writing process. I don’t write at all but, honestly, I feel like it’s a modern day writing because everything is technology and if I go in there and freestyle and I keep it, I feel like I wrote that. If I go in there and fix it, it’s almost like something I wrote.”

“I grew up listening to everybody.”

“To me, I’m on a whole different level of rapping.”

“I can’t really describe my sound.”

“I just got an ear for the kind of things I like.”

“There’s certain little songs that I just like to hear.”

“A lot of my songs I’m kind of singing and rapping.”

“I’ve grown, and my passion for music has grown. I’ve become more advanced and I’ve enhanced my vocabulary. All around artist development.”

“Ain’t no better feeling than makin’ your people proud.”

“I know they hatin’ on me, but I don’t read comments.”

“Every day I’m getting shaped and molded. Keepin’ on, being a better artist, and improving on this, improving on that. The more I’m in it, the more I’m practicing and the more I’m advancing.”

“The rap game is kinda crazy, so I go with the flow but make sure that I cover my bases and do whatever to make sure I’m good no matter what.”

“I’m used to having money and the stuff I do, but it’s more of how I’m doing it now. I walk outside and people know me, and I really get paid for shows.”

“You won’t believe what I made in a year. I’m flippin’ these bags, I made me a mill.”

“If you’re a young black dude from the hood you want to come through the hood in a car that makes a lot of noise.”

“I treat my n*ggas like they me. Everybody bosses! We gon’ share everything but these clothes.”

“I’m my only competition. I can’t lose.”

“I put on for Atlanta like Deion.”

“My story is going to be completely different than someone else’s story in terms of hard work. What I might feel like is hard work, another person is dying to do.”

“In Dior, they call me Mr. Baby; they know who I am.”

“I know I can’t rap forever, but I know as long as I got a label or something I can get money forever.”

“The Migos, like anybody I ever been in the studio with, like an influence on my rap. I take this from him and him and him and, you know, put it with myself and make it work like that.”

“I can do bad on my own and good by myself. I never needed no help.”

“Voting is power. If we want to think about change, we have to start using the power we have.”

“Live life to the fullest. Nothing is promised.”

“Minus the bullsh*t, life’s great.”

“I never call myself a GOAT; I leave that up to the people.”

“On July 1, 2016, I came home from prison. The rest history. No matter the situation, you can overcome that sh*t.”

“I’m proud of me.”

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