Mario and rapper Riff Raff are making headlines in 2018 for their roles in the critically acclaimed video game NBA 2K18, but the two rappers are not just talking about basketball, they are also looking to become athletes.
Riff Riff is a musician, actor and actor who has performed with the likes of The Roots, Pearl Jam and the Who, among others.
Mario is an actor, singer and songwriter.
Riff, who has been performing since the late ’90s, recently signed a record deal with Atlantic Records and plans to debut his first album, “Mortal Man,” in 2018.
In an interview with TheWrap, the two spoke about their plans for a future career.
What makes you want to become a basketball player?
I’d love to become an athlete.
What makes me think that’s possible?
You just have to do it.
I’ve always had a passion for playing basketball.
I was a kid when I first played.
I would go out, I’d practice, I would play basketball.
It was fun.
What are your biggest challenges with your current situation?
It’s a different life.
It’s a lot more difficult than the life I had before.
I had to go to school and my mom had to work, and I had my kids and I was on a lot of different things.
Now that I have a family, I can focus more on my family.
So I can have more time to focus on basketball.
But, I’m still a little nervous about the future.
You don’t want to lose your confidence.
I’m just not at the point where I can do it right now.
But I love basketball, I love music, I want to be an NBA player.
What do you think of the NBA?
The NBA is the most successful league in the world.
The game has evolved so much.
What’s different about the NBA compared to previous years?
I think that the NBA is very competitive.
You can’t get away from that.
But with that comes an incredible amount of competition.
What separates the top guys is how they go about it.
What works for them in the NBA doesn’t necessarily work for me.
What are the things that have kept you focused?
I have a job.
I love to work.
But my main focus is basketball.
What does my schedule have to be like?
It’s not like a normal life, it’s not something that I’m trying to go through, and it’s definitely not something I’m going to have to worry about every day.
I just want to play basketball, and then I’ll figure out what’s next.
What I’m thinking is that, if I can play the game well, and that I can put in the time, I think I’ll be good.
What is the biggest challenge you’re currently facing?
That would be a really big one.
I mean, it depends on my health.
How much longer do you have to go?
What happens after that?
I think you get so many different things happening at once.
You’re getting to be on the road all the time.
It just becomes so much pressure to just make it to the end.
Do you have a plan for the future?
I haven’t really had one yet.
What would I want the future to look like?
I just want me to have fun.
That’s all I can really say about that.
What do you hope to achieve by becoming an NBA star?
I want to have a career.
I want my career to be over.
I don’t care if I’m in the game for 10 years, I just wanted to have some fun.
I hope that’s my life and that’s what I want.
But I’m not going to say I want it to be easy.
It has to be tough, but I also want to make it a good career.
What have you learned from becoming a basketball star?
The game is fun, but it’s also tough.
There are a lot people who go out there and try to do crazy things, and you know it’s a game.
So you get a lot out of that.
How do you prepare for a day-to-day life?
I’m working on it.
The day-today stuff is just a different way to do things.
I do a lot for myself in the mornings, but at the same time, the way I work at it, it doesn’t make it any easier.
What was the hardest thing you’ve ever had to overcome?
I feel like a lot times, I was so nervous about being an athlete that it was hard for me to play.
I never did really work on being comfortable or doing drills.
What can you do for yourself if you want your career to continue?
Just keep working.
Keep working hard.
And if you’re doing it the right way, just keep working at it.
So that way you don’t get too discouraged,