Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Thundercat Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I remember swallowing my tooth up in a high chair, but I definitely don’t remember the first time I played bass.
A lot of joking stems from a very dark place a bit.
I’m so tired of cell phones.
I don’t need to tell myself that I’m black or that I’m proud of being black. I just am, and it just doesn’t matter.
Kenny Loggins pours his heart and soul into the music he makes. He’ll take you with him through everything he’s going through, which is not easy.
Songs being nine to 10 minutes long? Everyone is scared to to do it.
Brainfeeder makes me want to keep generating better music.
Azealia Banks – love what she’s doing.
I can fall asleep in the shower without drowning.
At the start of high school, I looked like a girl… to a very major degree. I had really long hair and a really round face with no facial hair. And I went to a very rough high school.
Tokyo style is so specific. And I’m a very big fan of their history. It’s pretty simple. A lot of the time, people expect to see the wild style that comes out of Japan, but I think, traditionally, the style is very simple.
When you put a top on something and try to bottle it, that’s when it dies.
Creatively, I’m not one to advocate people knowing every little nuance about you sometimes.
Sometimes you gotta get stupid with yourself, and you gotta enjoy your own company some time.
No other mammal is as deceitful as the human being.
I appreciate my parents for everything they instilled in me and my brothers.
Heartbreak is a real thing.
I’m not Beyonce or Trey Songz or anything, so every now and again, I feel a little like, ‘Are they listening to me, or am I just sounding crazy singing to myself?’ I feel like that sometimes.
You love ‘Dragon Ball Z’ for what it is, but when you really start to look at it, you’re like, ‘What the hell am I watching?’ sometimes.
Singing and playing live can be difficult. Like, in the studio, I would record either the music track first or the vocal first. I don’t necessarily do them together.
I personally didn’t realize people would enjoy my voice, I guess. I’m happy that they do, but I didn’t know what to expect.
I try not to think too hard about music. I like to see where it goes. I try not to give it a direction. I figure out what it is as it’s forming. I don’t have any goal in mind other than to make the best music I can.
I hate studios; I’ll be honest with you. People get weird in the studio. I’ve had some great and terrible times with people. People’s personalities come out in the worst way.
It doesn’t even feel like racism is real. It just feels like the weirdest ploy, like we’re just being had on so many levels. It’s even kind of funny when you think about it. A reason not to like someone is ‘because you’re black.’ C’mon, man. How dumb is that?
It was actually working with Kendrick Lamar that pushed me further into the act of songwriting, specifically.
I was playing bass when I was a kid; I play bass now. I used to draw pictures when I was a kid, and I draw pictures now. I talked backwards and weird when I was a kid, and I talk backwards now.
If you can fart in front of somebody, you know that they love you.
I don’t think it’s corny to pray at all.
I actually went to an arts middle school with Shia LaBeouf, but even there, I was one of the weirder kids.
I really love my cat.
I try and act like I’m all there. But I’m not!
I grew up in Compton: 116th and Wilmington.
Money comes and goes. But when you look back on your career, you have be able to answer to yourself, ‘Did I make the most of my time on earth?’
If somebody can make a joke about you on TV, that’s so beautiful. You’ve affected pop culture to that degree.
When I invite people over to my apartment, they usually don’t like it because the music I play confuses the crap out of them – I’m making people listen to the ‘Final Fantasy’ soundtrack, and they’re like, ‘Why is this happening? Let’s just leave and find somebody who wants us to have fun and not teach us about something.’
I remember playing Billy Cobham’s ‘Total Eclipse’ for Snoop Dogg. I also played him Frank Zappa, ‘Apostrophe.’ And I played him ‘Saint Alfonzo’s Pancake Breakfast.’
It’s a blessing and a curse at the same time, the idea of genre.
I listen to Kenny Loggins, like – I want to be Kenny Loggins.
I went to Locke High School in Watts towards the end of the super gangbanging era.