Since you've been at Rikers, Drake and Nicki Minaj have broken out as bona fide superstars. What about the two has pushed them along to become such forces to be reckoned with? Was there anything about their rise that shocked you?
"Young Money artists Drake and Nicki Minaj are both born stars! I am just blessed to have them on the team. It's Drake's drive to be great and Nick's motivation to be different and creative. I am not shocked at all about their immediate success. You've been one of the most prolific artists alive over the past five years, but most of that came to a halt with your prison sentence. Did you enjoy just writing and not recording in the studio? And did that change your process at all? Has any of it been frustrating, or have you enjoyed the break? I definitely enjoyed the writing process and it was a lot different from just being in the studio with music. It's more critical and personal. It was frustrating at times but for the most part it was beautiful, as it's always beautiful to create."
When you're released, where will your focus be musically?
Which artists/friends have been the most supportive while you've been incarcerated? Have there been a lot of visits? Which have been the most surprising/unexpected?"
What kind of facilities were you allowed to use while locked up? For example, how often were you allowed on a computer to update twitter?
What's your next tattoo? Will you memorialize your time in jail with some sort of ink?
What details can you give us about your welcome home concert? Also, what are the first five things you want to do when you are released other than perform?
"Not sure about the concert yet. And the first five things I will do is kiss Reginae, kiss little Dwayne, kiss Neal, kiss Kameron and kiss my wonderful mother Cita."