It that’s true, there’s no reason to fear failure or death. “I try to work with brands that have some sort of partnerships there.
When you want to unleash that talent, your mind lets it go. “The record company would be my bridge to those people I could connect with, but they didn’t give me that bridge, so it was very important part of my career that we didn’t give up right there.
“It’s the discipline to not get caught up at the moment (fads), people tend to get caught up in emotions and jump on the next hot thing. So for me just to have the discipline and the confidence in who I am, and if I go into a studio and I find my truth for the moment, there are a number of people who can relate to what I’m saying, and what I’m doing.
“When you step outside of school and have to teach yourself about life, you develop a different relationship to information. My mind is always jumping around, restless, making connections, mixing and matching ideas, rather than marching in a straight line.