On comfort, stone beds, and why he won’t sit on a sofa:
Where we’re coming from, we sleep inna stone bed. In Jamaica. We don’t have soft bed and ting like that, coming up in the music, from where we come to survive in this ting. So you sleep inna stone. Keep[s] you firm. From the head straight down to the toe. It’s like going to the chiropractor and not going to the chiropractor, it’s like going to the masseuse and you don’t go to the masseuse. You’re still working on the structure. And it is a ting that work these bones, so they stay alive. Never get soft.