“I don’t really hear rappers using beats. I’m sure there are a million ways to make beats, and there are tons of ways to be awesome in music. I don’t really listen to anything because I’m already a good DJ. I think it’s a good question because, as far as me as a DJ, I’m still trying to get better at my own thing and get into radio. So I don’t really know what the fuck I’m doing.”
Are you surprised people still like you so much?
“I know a lot of people still like me, but if they hate on the music, I don’t really care. I’m not going to listen to those who have a point to prove. If somebody doesn’t like my music, I know they don’t understand what they’re talking about. You have the ability to listen to stuff that’s really good, and there’s definitely good songs on this album.”
Do you have any plans to put out a full album sometime soon?
“I’m definitely ready to do that, just in the studio. There’s a lot of stuff that’s being worked on. I’m trying to put it in a place where you’d be able to hear it. There will definitely probably be another album.”
Who are some of your artists who you think are underrated?
“I’ve always gotten very impressed with people I just know. They just do stuff that I just don’t know about. They’ve got so many songs on a lot of different genres that I don’t know. That’s what really makes me like them. If they’re interesting enough, I just go on record and I don’t pay much attention at all. But I mean, people like this record so I guess that’s cool. I always appreciate it that way.”
In his second year for the job in 2017, Donald Trump’s approval rating is at an all-time low. Some polls are indicating even among Republicans, more think President Trump’s presidency is a mistake than believe Trump will be a successful president in the coming months.
Trump’s job approval numbers in Gallup’s tracking of daily tracking polls have consistently been below 50 percent for over six months, as reported by Fox News in its article, ‘Trump Gets Hot And Distrusts His Own Base’.
The latest average of daily-tracking polls by the Associated Press and the Quinnipiac University polling group, released today, is a dismal -23 percentage points for Trump.