Eve Best Quotes

Eve Jihan Jeffers-Cooper (born November 10, 1978) is an American hip hop recording artist and actress from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Enjoy Eve’s best quotes below.

“I’d rather make all my secrets public than have an image based on gossip. I’d rather put it out there myself and control it.”
“I always say, ‘Hip-hop takes me everywhere.’ It’s crazy when I step onstage, and people might not speak much English, but they know every word to your songs. It’s kind of freaky, but it’s really cool.”
“Out of all the places in the world, Jamaica is my favorite place.”
“I live in a neighborhood where there’s a lot of West Indian culture, so it’s nice.”
“What surprised me most about fame is how unpleasant it can be. I used to think it was going to be so fun. I got excited about the parties. You don’t anticipate friends being jealous of you and critics giving your music bad reviews. Media and rumors – that stuff hurts.”
“God is my best friend. I talk to God every day. And no one can tell me how to talk to God – not no imam, not no priest, not no rabbi, no pastor.”
“I’d rather experiment than follow the same formula. I’m a curious person. It’s gotten me into trouble, but I say, ‘Why not? Let’s try it.’”
“I can’t wait to have kids. I want so many. I want to adopt and have my own.”
“Sticky toffee pudding is my favorite dessert in the U.K.”
“As far as style goes, I gravitate toward anything that is effortlessly chic. I don’t wanna look like I’m trying too hard.”
“I’m still a tomboy at heart. In high school, I was the girl in the baggy jeans and Timberlands, but I was also at the hairdresser’s every week.”
“Reggae is my heart since I was a kid. I love Reggae music.”
“I worship God. Religion and worship are two different things to me. Religion is by the book. I think too many people rely on the textbook: ‘OK, it says to do this and it says to do that, so if I do this, this, and that, then I still can go out and do wrong because I did this, this, and that.’”
“I am completely turning into my mom. Me, trying to be stern, is her. Or when I make silly voices. My mom always uses weird voices if she’s talking to a kid or a dog. I’m the same person – completely my mother.”
“I like to dabble in different things, but music is my first love. It connects to me in a way my side projects don’t because it’s so personal. I write the words. Music is like my diary. It’s my therapy.”
“I don’t go anywhere without Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream. On airplanes, I slather it on my face and lips – I know I look crazy, and I don’t care!”
“Coming from Ruff Ryders, there would be, like, 30 guys in the studio at once, and then me, trying to do my own thing.”
“I can’t wait to have kids one day. Yeah. Definitely. That’s the ultimate goal in life, for myself. I think that’s the ultimate blessing.”
“I don’t wanna be known as just a hip-hop artist. I wanna take it to a whole ‘nother level.”
“I just want to produce and create projects that I’m passionate about and I love.”
“I think I have had so many amazing moments in my life.”
“I’m completely obsessed with Sunday roast dinners. I think that it’s the best thing to ever happen to life!”
“I’m such a girly-girl! I don’t know why people don’t see that.”
“When I got into high school and I was rapping, it was the attention I was loving. It was so hype.”
“I listen to everything – all kinds of stuff. I’ve been obsessed with the Nas and Damian Marley record, ‘Distant Relatives.’ I feel like a lot of people haven’t heard it, and it’s amazing.”
“My dream collaboration is with Lauryn Hill. Is that ever gonna happen? Who knows!”
“When I do music, I do it for me and my fans.”
“I can’t help who I am. I’m just doing what I feel like I should do in my heart. If I was walking around with Timbs and a hoodie on, people would see that that’s not me.”
“‘Lip Lock’ is a play on words. It sounds flirty and fun. Also, my lips are one of my favorite features. Also, it’s like, literally locking the game down with my words because I’m a lyricist.”
“Originally, after ‘Tambourine’ came out, another record was supposed to come out, but I had issues with my record label at the time, which was Interscope. We couldn’t agree on a record, so that took some time. I had to leave them and find a new label.”

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