Well, it’s a simple technique that you can do without any tools.
If you do what I do with two men, it’s two twerks; if five men, five twerks. It’s the same with me, with the music. If I’ve got the music, I go, “I’m twerking,” and they go, “Yeah, yeah, twerking” all at the same time.
How long is it?
It varies from song to song. It’s like a lot of dance moves, a lot of movement.
What are the lyrics of your songs about?
Some are about women, some for men. Sometimes songs are about relationships and love, and other songs, like “I’ll Be Here,” are about sex. I used to do a lot of writing for men before I started twerking. I think it’s more male-centric.
Have you ever done anything where you made a man do something and he could turn into a girl?
Yeah, I have actually. And I don’t know if he did it on purpose, or not, but if he was like, “I’m going to do this for sure,” then he’s a girl.
What’s the difference?
Nothing in there; it’s just what happens when you do it. Sometimes, you put too much testosterone in your body to do something just for kicks, and you just want to get back to normal.
Do you ever get people who’ve been touched in different ways to be into you?
Of course. Of course. If you have a strong heart, you’re going to want to be kissed. You’re going to do it more than anything else in your life.
Do you have any plans for when you’re 40?
I think by then I’m going to have some success and be successful in music, and I hope that I get more attention after that, and I hope that I can go from being a rapper to being an icon. I guess you can call me a superstar.
You’ve said that you’re more into fashion now. Are you more into clothing now?
I used to think that I was into fashion. Now I look back at my style and I’m just a dude’s style. I try not to wear too much. A lot of rappers are kind of out there with a lot of clothes and stuff, and I don’t