Favorite Song: "'Role Model.' just because it's just dope as hell. I love it. The beat is just such a simple beat and you want to rap over-just an MC beat. The beat kind of went 50 percent and he went the extra 50 percent to make the song 100. It's not one of those beats that's produced by Timbaland and all crazy, and you're like 'Aw hell yeah.' He was able to bring beats to life by putting his voice over it. He came with it and made me love the beat and when you think of that, you think of one of those sick-ass Eminem flows.
"When he started with, 'I'm cancerous/So when I diss you wouldn't want to answer this/If you responded back with a battle rap you wrote for Canibus,' that shit was just raw to start off with. The chorus is super dope, 'Don't you want to grow up to be just like me?' When I heard that I was like, 'Oh my god, this is dope.' Everything in that song is super sick."
He just did whatever he wanted to do, and said whatever he wanted to say—and I think every artist should be like that.
Favorite Album: "My favorite album of his is The Marshall Mathers LP. I still bump it to this day. That was the inspiration for the new album I just worked on. The rawness and raw emotion he has on the songs. The Slim Shady LP was really dope and I liked it because it was raw, but he got a little more professional on The Marshall Mathers LP where he was a super legit artist. To me, that was him in his prime. He was professional but still raw at the same time and had that underground feel. He just did whatever the fuck he wanted to do, and said whatever the fuck he wanted to say—and I think every artist should be like that."
Favorite Moment: "When he was at the MTV Video Awards and came out performing 'The Real Slim Shady,' and all those dudes were dressed like him. That did it for me, I was a fan for life at that moment. This fool is the best of all time and it was just so raw with him walking through with his wife beater. It gave me chills seeing him come out, I think I was in high school when that happened. It was so dope."