Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Rico Nasty Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Growing up, my mom always knew that I was more on the Black side than the Spanish side, just because I didn’t speak Spanish.
I don’t know, whenever someone was like, ‘Yeah, I’m going to the studio,’ I just went with them. And I started recording.
I feel like I have a lot of rhythm because I’m from the DMV. Because you got so many different types of music: Baltimore Club music, Go-Go, then you got the DMV rap music scene, then you got the DMV R&B music scene. It’s a lot of music and it’s a lot of taste that caters to most.
Whenever comparisons get too crazy I just think about my goals, and what I want from myself. I don’t look at any references.
I don’t want people to expect the hard tracks to continue my whole career. When I started making music, I wasn’t making music like that.
Shoutouts to Cardi B. She’s going to be a great mom.
The name Rico Nasty came from Instagram.
I didn’t want to do music. I was very doubtful. I was like, ‘Oh my God. No one wants to hear a teen mom rapper.’
The first time my dad ever heard my mixtape it was ‘Summer’s Eve,’ and he was fresh out of jail. And he’d be in jail for like damn near two years.
A lot of times I play my music at shows based on the views and the streams.
I stopped making music for other people.
I don’t want to say I’m that famous, but when you see me, you see me.
I went with Atlantic because I got a lawyer to look at my contract and my contract was fire.
I made ‘iCarly’ when I was 18 years old.
I like music where someone is trying to get their power back.
When I started making music, I figured the name Rico Nasty would give a background of who I am.
I love that my friends understand that I’m not gonna forget about the old me.
I don’t look at anything for who I should be.
I feel like I get a variety of people in my crowd. Because of that, there’s a nice amount of Hispanic people and Latinos that come to my shows. There’s also a really big amount of Black and White people.
I’ve been Rico since 10th grade.
I got expelled from high school my freshman year.
I met Yachty through Twitter early 2015.
I’m a little bit scared of everything. It’s kind of funny. Whenever people ask me how I’m feeling, I’m like, ‘I don’t know. I’m scared. I’m nervous.’
It’s hard to be dainty and la la la when you’re also supposed to be strong.
You gotta be very positive. It helps. It really does.
I feel like what I’m bringing to the table that’s different is like not just consistency in the music but consistency in the creativity, consistency in the visuals, in the fashion, participation with the fans and things that I give them and merch and stuff like that. And I’m very active with them.
When I first knew that I wanted to rap I was seven years old and I lost the talent show. It was like spoken word or something. My mom made me do it. It was a Langston Hughes poem. The girl that came on after me, she wound up winning. She was a singer.
I think that it is important to mingle with your peers and get to know the people that you coming up with because everything that we’re doing is history.
They’re never gonna not put you in a box. It’s something that they have to do, because nine times out of 10 people don’t understand creativity.
I feel very open to trying new things.
It is kind of easy for me to speak out. Just because I am very vocal in my music about a lot of different emotions, like anger, and normally stuff that people would hide, I’m okay with as a woman.
I love when people are just naturally happy people.
I feel like all artists have to come to L.A. at least once because it’s just beautiful. It’s peaceful.
When I started rapping, I was like, I’ma change my name before I become famous. And that didn’t happen. I didn’t have time.
I wanted a future outside my hometown.
I love Beyonce. I feel like Beyonce is the final form of a person. Like, you gotta get to your Beyonce stage in life. That’s your final form as a human.
I’ve always wanted to dress like this, and I’ve always wanted my music to have the edge, the twist to it.
I wanna be be able to take care of my mom.
At the end of the day, you have a side of the story that needs to be heard, too.
I don’t want to be that stereotypical black girl that’s mad all the time.
Try performing with your period. Like really, and then call me back. I know Beyonce has. I know Nicki has. I know all of the legendary women have had to do that. A man can’t do that.
I feel like what made ‘Nasty’ so fire was it was finally something that they couldn’t take from me.
Once I found art, it was a wrap.
I feel like what motivates me is what would motivate the regular average person.
I’m actually a true lyricist.
I feel like I’m really loud and brash.
I used to play Joan Jett all the time. Then, the movie ‘The Runaways’ came out. It was a wrap from there.
I’m proud of who I am.
Earl Sweatshirt is very wise.
I grew up listening to Bob Marley, Jill Scott, Floetry, Nas, Jay-Z, Beyonce.
It’s very important when you in the studio to be with a confident creative.
I never wanted to stop making music.
I’m like pixie grunge. The perfect blend of sugar and spice.
People keep trying to say I’m one type of artist and I’m just not.
I’ve never been the type of person to put myself in a box.