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She said she liked the rapper type, no matter if their black or white, And I'm like hmm, it looks like I'm gettin' ass tonight.
I've really only met a few people throughout the many years I've been rapping who really didn't give me a chance because I was white. The world is changing, there are plenty of sick white rappers out there. People respect what I do because I'm true to myself. I don't talk about guns, violence, and hustling crack, because I don't know that life. I rap about getting fucked up, chillin, girlies... basically the stuff an average 20 year old is into. There will always be haters. Shit, I embrace the haters...cuz once you got haters you know you're getting somewhere.
My voice, flow, and rhyme schemes are completely different. Anyone who calls me an Asher Roth wannabe has no fucking idea what their talking about. I've been doing my thing for a minute...if your willing to pass me off as some "Asher wannabe," your missing out on some dope ass hip hop.
Eminem is obviously one of the greatest rappers ever, black or white. As for Asher, no matter if you like his music or not you still have to respect what he's doing. I realize that people are going to compare us due to our backgrounds and SOME of the things we rap about are similar.
When I start writing a song, I just try and show you who I am. A goofy kid with some ridicolous skills, who makes witty raps about the Ninja Turtles, Rugrats, Mario, all that good stuff. I'm not your typical white kid trying to act black. Yes, I like to rock fitteds and some cool kicks. But I'm way more then some gimmick, you always got to stay true to yourself and who you are. Or else, you're just straight booty chowder.
This album is by far the greatest thing I've ever done. Putting it all together was a long process, but well worth it and it shows in the music. Originally we were going to put it on iTunes and charge for it, but the second you start doing things for money and not for the love of creating, you're forgetting what it's all about. Making music for the Hell of making music. It's going to be distributed all over the internet for free.
When I first went for a meeting with my management company, the guy in charge of the place, David Prince, said that it didn't really portray who I was. I agreed. It sounded too much like an angry ass dude who just did a 15 year bid upstate and wants to kill everyone. So me and my boys just kept thinking of names, till we came up with Chris Webby. It's not really a stage name as much as it's just who I am.
I believe I was in 8th grade with my friend Nick, who actually went on to produce for me and record my tracks throughout my high school career. We burned it down, and being that we were young ass little eighth graders, got extremely stoned, and he made a beat and I wrote lyrics. It was called "Liddle Webby" I believe, because that was my first rap name. Lord knows where that track is. I think it has been lost forever...which probably insn't a bad thing because it was during that awkward voice stage during puberty.
High School quotes
In fifth grade I started out writing simple raps and bringing them to school and everyone thought they were hot. I used to spit in the lunchline all the time. I think I even got free milk out of it one time. I remember I had to do a project on a book we read in my 6th grade language arts class. I wrote a rap. I got an A. I guess I've been a beast since day one.
I must say, Eminem is definitely the reason why I originally started rapping, like many other white kids my age. I also remember listening to alot of DMX, Dre, Snoop, Pun, BIG, even Juvi. "Back that ass up" was my shit.
When I was real little my parents raised me on classic rock, so The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Eric Clapton were what I got started on. Bob Marley too, my parents were always bumpin reggae and to this day I still listen to a lot of reggae. I started listening to rap in like 4th grade... probably would have started sooner but I didn't have a cool older brother or sister like a lot of other kids.
I know I'm smart, I know I'm nice, That's why you can't see me like a poltergeist, Smokin la la la, give that bowl a light, Grab the bong even tighter than I hold the mic.
I got a dub and a dutch, let's roll and spark, Til we start to see shit like Joan of Arc.
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