There are so many different styles. The style that you’re wearing is what makes you different from others.
My favourite part was the way they tied all your shoes.
But, there’s a difference between wearing a traditional leather jacket over a tight dress and just hanging around like a homeless person.
My clothes are all vintage and they had no problem with that at all. I even brought my old vintage leather dress over after my workout and they said, “OK, we’ll take care of that.” They were fantastic about it, and were great about finding any old leathers they could get. They’re really cool and very friendly.
There are so many people asking me where I get my clothing and what my lifestyle is. And, of course, they wanted to know what it’s like for a woman to workout and make beats and do the kind of music I do. I was so honored to be asked that.
I had a dream last year to be able to go and meet and work out with you, and that’s something that really has always been my dream. It will come real soon. I don’t even know if I can get to New York or L.A. — there are so many places to go. But, I’ve been on the road and I’ve worked out so much — and it’s hard to find my freedom.
So how did you end up as the face of Beats By Dre?
That’s cool. I don’t know if you’ve heard I started my company with Timbaland, so he was my first boss. A lot of my life has been shaped by Timbaland’s music. I’m honored to work with him, and he’s really a big inspiration.
It’s fun to be the face of a company. And I feel like I’m a big part of what Beats is. I’m just a musician and an artist, but I’m also a business guy and an entrepreneur.
You’re such a badass, and I have to say you’ve actually been the greatest DJ in the room.
Thank you. I feel like I’m a big part of what Beats is. I’m just a musician and an artist, but I’m also a business guy and an entrepreneur. Just when I was feeling like you had a little bit more of an edge. I was trying to get that edge.
How did you get involved with the Beats By Dre camp?
I just got in touch