He reflected on being raised by hard-working parents and instilling that work ethic into his seven-month-old son, Asahd. "The way I been raised, my family always kept me in, of course, in the family environment but always brought me in the family business... to show me how it is to work hard to feed your family," he said. "I'ma raise my son just like that but even more because I know for a fact, me growing up and going to school and going through trials and tribulations, because my family raised me to be a strong man and a boss."
The We The Best CEO also spoke on his stacked list of features for Grateful but revealed the two people he hopes to work with in the future: "I never got a chance to work with Eminem and I have tried before but I'm gonna try again. This time, when I try again, I wanna make sure I have the right record. I don't think he's telling me no. I think I just gotta come with the right presentation."