Some of hip-hop's finest took the time to share their New Year's resolutions with XXL recently. Ja Rule, Kendrick Lamar and Rich Homie Quan all have big plans for 2015. Some involve music and others involve general life changes. Either way, these artists are ready for a fresh year.
Warren G hopes for peace in the new year.
"Man... I guess for peace, man. I'd wish for peace. For peace and for more mothers and fathers to spread more morals, put the morals back into life right now in these times and ages. This sh*t is all over the place, man," he said.
The rapper is currently working on the sequel to his impressive 1994 debut, Regulate...The G Funk Era. Maybe we'll see that in 2015 along with Rich Homie Quan's first major label release. Quan said that releasing the album is his "biggest resolution" of 2015.
Lamar went more in-depth with his.
"My New Year's resolution is not being stagnant. Everything is subject to change. One thing about men and women or whoever, we hate change. It's something tough to adapt to. Not being stagnant is something that I wouldn't call a resolution, I would just say a continuation of what I'm trying to do. I'm still growing at it, I'm still attempting and practicing that today, so in 2015 I'm hoping to get a little bit ahead of myself and get further with it," the rapper said.
Ja Rule is looking forward to spreading some of his wealth around. The rapper wants to help the less fortunate a little more in 2015.
To see some more resolutions, head over to XXL.