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Man gave us laws, and God gave us time, It's the art of storytelling and I'm only telling mine.
I dress how I feel. I just go off emotion. I can't prepare my outfit a day before. Everything I wear is spontaneous.
The worst thing a good girl could do to you is break your heart.
God is letting me shine, because I've got a good heart.
I thought highly of myself growing up. I still do. There's not really much somebody can say to me to bring down my confidence or anything.
Nowadays, everybody wanna be weird. We know how to manifest being weird.
Fashion is almost like a religion, for me at least.
I'm a people's person, believe it or not. I just have a dark side to me, which we all do.
I want to inspire people to really open up their minds and not be one-sided or biased or hypocritical.
I've got so much in my brain and I want to change the way we think sometimes.
I didn't want to be a loser, but I didn't want to fit in at the same time because I don't like just being ordinary. So it's one of those situations where I always kept my head up.
If a chick wants to know who makes my shoes, she's got to take them off my feet and look inside.
There's just so much out there and so much inspiration... I just want to be tasteful.
Rihanna is a pothead and so am I, so we're real cool. Weed is going to bring us together as a generation. Drugs is what created Woodstock. Let's be clear about that.
Purple lipstick? Naw, that looks stupid on all girls!
Young boy, let his gun bang, let his nuts hang Transition to a Lamborghini from a Mustang Drugs slang in the drug game with the hustling (I know one thing) Anything is better than that 1 train
I'm not glorifying it at all, I'm just basically telling you that sometimes I have suicidal thoughts. And maybe I should seek help, or maybe it's not that deep.
When Big Meech and everybody got indicted, hustling died. Keep it trill.
I used to be homophobic, but as I got older, I realized that wasn't the way to do things. I don't discriminate against anybody for their sexual preference, for their skin color... that's immature.
All of the young people - the artsy people, people who get overlooked because they're weird or they don't have hype around them - need to get some shine.
I'm starting to find out that a lot of people that you wouldn't think listen to me really do.
I like women. I love women.
With clothes, I like mixing what different designers do until it becomes a personal expression of how I'm feeling that day.
I'm not a gangster, bro.
I don't want people to get the impression that I just got money and now I'm cocky, because I'm not. I'm just a little overly confident.
Design my own line? No, I just like the culture.
It would be disrespectful to take my stardom and bully my way into the fashion industry.
I was thinking about naming my child Kanye.
I would not consider myself to be a quote unquote real New York rapper. I don't even like New York rappers.
I don't cook, 'cause I don't know how to cook.
I'm from New York and I love New York and I'm always repping New York, but what I represent is something deeper than just being a New York rapper.
A lot of energy and excitement - that's what a lot of my shows are, energy and excitement.
Who people like is their own business. It don't concern me. I know what I do - and I'm having a lot of fun with the women that I'm with.
In Harlem, I got all my black friends. But when I go downtown, I got black, white, Asian, Indian friends. There's no borders, no barriers.
Cristal go by the cases, wait hold up that was racist I would prefer the Aces, ain't no different when you taste it. A 40 ounce to chase it, that's just an understatement.
I'm getting my respect as a video director. The fashion industry respects me and knows who I am.
New York gave me hell for that 'Purple Swag,' man. They didn't respect me until 'Peso.'
I wanted to model when I was younger.
I hate the hype. When 50 Cent came out, people were saying that he was the best rapper alive: "Oh, he got shot nine times, he's better than Tupac, he's better than Biggie." That was all hype.
But for real, for me, I feel like with the red lipstick thing it all depends on the pair of complexion. I'm just being for real. You have to be fair skinned to get away with that.
My real name's Rakim - my parents named me after the god MC himself.
Sometimes I feel like what's hard for fashion designers to do is take looks from off the runway and actually put it into existence, into reality. That's really the hard part.
I love 'Harry Potter' and JK Rowling - don't laugh at me!
I don't wear diamond necklaces. I'm not against it but I never could afford it, so now I just wear gold. I wear bracelets, rings, anklets.
People don't make albums any more. It's always about singles. I wanted to take that old-school approach.
I've been into fashion since birth. I grew up in the 'hood, and everybody in the 'hood wants to compensate for being in poverty, so they want to look good to keep themselves up.
I used to go to Saks, I would go to Bergdorf, I would go to Barneys, I would go to thrift stores in SoHo.
I wouldn't mind collaborating with anybody, but I don't want to design anything, I'm not a fashion designer.
I just want my fans to grow up and enjoy the music first, I don't want to change the world that's not what my music is about.
It bring a tear to my eye to see native New York people give me my props because New York is stubborn and arrogant.