I'm committed to my family.
— YoungBoy Never Broke Again
You probably can overcome what you're going through from listening to my music.
I have all bad days. I think I need help. I got an anger problem.
I think music made me who I am. Music taught me what was gutter and what wasn't. Music taught me how to live.
I got my way with my grandma. I used to get whoopings with my mom, but my grandma spoiled me.
I just keep recording. You never know what you'll come up with.
I wanted to try a different way of making music. That's what made me try different things with my voice.
I come from a rare place. It's a different culture, different atmosphere, police crooked. Different emojis, and when I say emojis, I mean personalities.
I don't know how I started rapping. The first I did was at school. I tried writing one. I liked it. People started to like it. It was what I wanted to do.
You can get to know me through my music.
The only thing that scares me is dying.
I wrote my first song in the first or second grade.
I don't like my music. I'll make a song, and if I do like it, I'll feel it, but after that 10th play, I don't like it no more.
I don't really talk that much. I just watch and observe.
I know when people are with me or not. It's an instinct.
Without loyalty, you won't accomplish anything.
I always try to make my next song better than the last.
I got a lot of money, but when you wealthy, that mean that your children is ballin', your grandchildren is ballin'.
I don't really trust nobody.
I try to keep my kids with me everywhere I go.
I'm just trying to be myself - make music how I make music.
I just know what I go through, and I know how to speak on it in an interesting way.
I ain't got nothing to prove to nobody.