” We go after legacies because we just know that, sooner or later, people will understand what we bring to this culture and bring to the game. “


” The hip hop industry is most likely owned by gays. I happen to think there’s a gay mafia in hip hop. Not rappers – the editorial presidents of magazines, the PDs at radio stations, the people who give you awards at award shows. “


” Food is like a legal drug. You can take 50 cents and walk into the store and buy a Twinkie and get high. And it’s killing people. “


” Chances are if I am the one to cosign people, they will become a big part of the industry. “


” The biggest misconception in the hip-hop industry is that people are only focused on the money. We should just be happy for everybody that is working in the hip-hop culture. “


” Once you achieve a level of success… you learn, something tells you, ‘Man this ain’t even for you.’ You got to share with the people. You got to inspire the people. “


” When I came up in hip hop, there was no such thing as a Puerto Rican rapper doing hip hop for many mainstream people, so I was the ship, the captain, and the crew. “


” Talking to people from the heart matters, and it’s unfortunately something brands have forgotten about. Celebrity endorsement deals try to gain recognition for brands, but at their core, what matters is if the celebrity truly backs the brand. “



All 8 Fat Joe Quotes about People in picture


We go after legacies because we just know that, sooner or later, people will understand what we bring to this culture and bring to the game.
The hip hop industry is most likely owned by gays. I happen to think there


Food is like a legal drug. You can take 50 cents and walk into the store and buy a Twinkie and get high. And it
Chances are if I am the one to cosign people, they will become a big part of the industry.
The biggest misconception in the hip-hop industry is that people are only focused on the money. We should just be happy for everybody that is working in the hip-hop culture.
Once you achieve a level of success... you learn, something tells you,
When I came up in hip hop, there was no such thing as a Puerto Rican rapper doing hip hop for many mainstream people, so I was the ship, the captain, and the crew.
Talking to people from the heart matters, and it
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