The Chicago MC opened up about the reservations he had when penning his memoir, being labeled a “socially-conscious rapper," and the controversy surrounding his performance at the White House.
He also spoke why he thinks his “Ghetto Dreams” collaborator Nas is the best rapper alive.
“Nas is so poetic with it and I feel like his lyrics, you can write ‘em down on paper and they will last for time. It would be like literature that we read."
Check out the interview below: