Dizzy Wright:"Def Jam offered me a little demo deal. They had a sound that they were going for and it was awful. I've always been more comfortable taking the slow route, because I feel like we've always struggled because we move too fast. We got to take our time with things.
You're up on level five when you're supposed to be on level two, but you skipped three and four. In order to get to six, you got to have three and four.
"That's been our downfall, just trying to take shortcuts and fast track shit, that will fuck you up. You're up on level five when you're supposed to be on level two, but you skipped three and four. In order to get to six, you got to have three and four. So you're pretty much stuck until you step back three steps.
"They want to try to push you to have potential to do what they want you to do. I could have gone in there and did exactly what they wanted me to do. They probably would have dropped that shit and did some low budget video, and it would have went everywhere and made a couple thousand dollars. And then I'd be irrelevant by now, just trying to come up with a mixtape to try and get relevant again. But I just said, 'Fuck that shit,' and waited for my time."