Riff Raff Talks About Process with Sway and Heather B

SWAY: The next song is called “Lil Mama I’m Sorry.” What’s that about Riff Raff? 

RIFF RAFF: All my songs, I just, you know what I’m saying, I’m not, I can’t classify myself as a general artist type person, I don’t want to disrespect anyone by doing that because the shit I do, I do it so fast, and I do it for fun, you know what I’m saying, so I just take my whole skills that I have back from high school and junior high be on the back of the bus freestyling and all that and I’ve just generally transferred all that shit forward, you know what I’m saying? So it’s not like I’m sitting there in the studio and like “man” I’m not that guy who stay in the studio ten hours, you know what I mean? And if I am in there for four or five hours I knock out like seven eight songs to get that shit out the way ’cause I really don’t like to be in the studio. So the songs that I knock out, I usually knock em out in like ten fifteen twenty minutes. So the answer to this song is that this is a freestyle song!

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