Rich Homie Quan: “I salute Future because he’s doing his thing. We from the same side of town in Atlanta so there might be a little bit of similarity here. I can’t help how I sound, but what we talking about, that’s a total opposite thing. That’s what it come down to in the end of the day. I’d rather be judged on what I’m talking about, as opposed to how I sound, because that’s something that I can control. I can’t control how I sound at all, but I can control what I talk about.
Future and I from the same side of town in Atlanta so there might be a little bit of similarity here. I can’t help how I sound, but what we talking about, that’s a total opposite thing. I'd rather be judged on what I'm talking about.
“I don’t use autotune. You can hear my voice, you can hear my pain. I want you to hear more pain in my voice, that’s why when I do my shows, I can do any song on my mixtape at-will, on the money. Because that’s how I want to keep it. I want to make it too real. I don’t want to sound like nobody, I want to sound like me. I want to establish my own lane.
"Nobody go in on the ad-libs like I do. Just like the way they just coincide with each other and compliment the verse. There’s no ad-lib without a verse, no verse without a ad-lib, that’s the way I make my music. The talk, I talk to myself almost like how they had the T.I. vs. T.I.P.. I’m talking to myself on there man, I’m schizophrenic almost. That’s how I be looking at it.”