Putting On For Las Vegas
Dizzy Wright: "A lot of people love me out here. I was cool before I was famous, I was everybody's homie. I threw the functions, if nigga's were short on money, I was getting them in. Then I would get up there and perform, and they would rock with me because I was the hardest rapper.
I definitely will be remembered as a piece of Vegas, somebody that did something for Vegas.
"Now they see me on all these blogs, the same place where we would go look for music, and I be at the top of that shit, next to the big dogs. I'm like the first person that people saw at hookah lounges off the strip that they could look at in a magazine now.
"I want to be known for putting this city on the map for hip-hop. As I make more money, I'm going to add shit to this city, try to give kids shit to do, because I know there ain't a lot of shit for niggas to do out here. I definitely will be remembered as a piece of Vegas, somebody that did something for Vegas. I'm never trying to be the face of Vegas, though, ever. This is Sin City, I don't want to be the face of this motherfucker."