I've been everywhere man. I'm from L.A., though.

I feel like everybody's inspired off of everybody.

It's hella crazy being included in the music for the 'Ninja Turtles' movie.

I'm a big fan of Fetty Wap.

Jagged Edge is one of my favorite R&B groups.

As a producer, when I'm trying to make something soft, I start with a slow tempo. Then after that, it would be straight to acoustic guitar and vocals, or I'm going to go strings and just piano.

Tell all the ladies to follow me on Snapchat. I don't want to see no guys snapping me.

My song 'Saved:' that's EDM-vibes with some L.A. vibes.

Now I know we have the power to incite change through the Internet - keep sharing our stories, our dreams, and our struggles.

I kick it with a whole bunch of people, whereas some people only want you to kick it with one race, you know.

With L.A. it's like, yeah, there's Death Row and whatever. But I always wanted to know what those artists were sampling. It's how I fell in love with music.

Really, I've been working forever, just doing music, and then all of a sudden, out of the blue, everybody is just on it.

I do a little bit of everything.

The only thing I could be better at is to be around more. Other than that, I'm a great dad. I come to the soccer games and teach her stuff, go over her homework with her every night; we stay on the phone. I try to be as good as a dad as I can be.

I love seeing love. I had this one girl that I was really tryna go hard with, but it wasn't it.

When I put out 'Toot It and Boot It,' did anything sound like that?

I am Mr. 'Toot it and Boot It.'

For those of you that don't know, the reason I named my album 'Free TC' is because my lil' brother is named TC. He's locked up for something that he didn't do, and what I'm trying to do is just raise awareness around the whole mass incarceration thing going on in our country, especially with our people.

I'm never satisfied. I want to get to the next level.

I'm using my platform to help out a little bit, you know. It's only right.

Why do we have to have another riot?

I want to be one of those ones: a legend.

The mass incarceration going on in this country and with my people is crazy.

It's simple: put the money into schools and not prisons.

Every time I hear 'Miracle,' I feel a certain type of way.

The whole reason behind my album 'Free TC' is seeing all that police brutality, injustice, mass incarceration.

I'm gonna bring Bad Brains vibes 'cos that's what I do.

My production got better, songs, lyrics, everything; the sound, the quality, everything.

One day, I'm gonna make a song with Kaskade.

God blessed us with all this money, so why not take the money and put it into my brother's case? Talk about social and racial injustice in our country, and mass incarceration in our country?

I'm from L.A. South Central area.

If something's dope, you got to go with it.

That's where I got lucky; nobody else is doing what I do or really can do what I do.

YG and I started a long time ago back in '08, and I am proud of where we are now.

I mess with white girls, Asian girls, Spanish girls, black girls, everything.

I think I'm gonna do more songs on my own.

I write other people songs. Recirculate it. It's the music business.

When it comes to making a song, whatever the beat tells me to do, I do.

Fifth grade was when I first heard 'Smells Like Teen Spirit;' it was the energy, and his voice. I liked 311 and Sublime, too, though that might have been a little after that.

Quavo's energy in the studio in unreal.

Even though the Clintons started mass incarceration, which my brother is a victim of, things are going to change, though. Somebody made them do that.

I make bangers all the time, and I knew it was going to come. My mom probably used to think it wasn't going to happen. My daughter's mom thought it wasn't going to happen, and a couple of girlfriends. You just gotta keep on doing it. I'm living proof.

Working with Babyface was legendary.

One of my uncles played in The Isleys. I went to all their shows.

I'm definitely the super-cool dad.

I grew up around a lot of church musicians.

The softest thing I've ever heard are the wind chimes in my backyard. They are soft and cool and mellow.

When we dropped 'Toot It And Boot It,' Mustard didn't even do beats, and now he's killin' it. So it's just cool to see all of my bros taking over.

I did a song with Rihanna recently, and I was like, 'How did you find out about me or whatever?' And she said, 'Drake.'