Someday, I'd like to create a fashionable dance shoe.
I guess we're all kinda searching for a connection with something that's relevant to our past and speaks to who we are, and maybe helps us make a connection to what we are, and where we come from.
I never hated my father. I would have named my child Usher regardless. I never hated myself because I carried his name, because I made it mean what I wanted it to mean.
I like a woman who takes care of herself - it says something about the way she'll care for me.
I'm more for the style than the brand. I don't go brand shopping; I go detail shopping.
These days, I try to eat for my blood type when I'm not eating for the fat kid inside me.
Somebody has to look out for and protect our kids, and I feel blessed to be a blessing to someone else.
I create from a place of passion. It's like a pregnancy, where you create from a place of passion, and then it grows, and then before you know it, you want to push that baby out.
I'm a go-hard type. It's in my DNA. I physically prepare my body as if I'm a trained athlete. After the shows, I sit in an ice tub and do a hot dip, cold dip, and sometimes I sit in a hyperbaric chamber to rejuvenate my energy.
As a kid, looking at Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, New Edition, the Temptations, Motown, people who I felt were huge artists, they made me wanna do something.
I went through a soul-searching period. I went to a place that was a little bit more reflective and dark. I began to look at who I am, who I was, where I come from, what my culture is, and who I am as an African-American person in America.
Success is about dedication. You may not be where you want to be or do what you want to do when you're on the journey. But you've got to be willing to have vision and foresight that leads you to an incredible end.
My philosophy is I'm raising future adults, not children.
It isn't hard to be in a relationship because I've always loved to be in a relationship, and I love to be in love.
I'm not a morning person, but I've become one as the result of having kids. The morning is my private time to spend with my boys.
Sometimes, when I'm scolding the kids, I sound just like my mom. I'm like, 'How did Jonetta get in here?'
I still believe in love. I believe in marriage.
My music is about where I am at the time. In 'Raymond vs. Raymond,' I was going through a lot of things, and it came out in my music. My marriage fell apart, and I was suddenly a single father.
Strivers achieve what dreamers believe.
Appearance is something you should definitely consider when you're going out. Have your girlfriend clip your nails or something like that.
I'm a flamboyant type of guy, a cooler version of Liberace.
The beauty about living in Atlanta is that there aren't too many paparazzi here; you can just relax. And that really works for me and my children.
Sleeping is forbidden at the age of 22. It's all work and no play.
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