The 25-year-old rapper – whose real name is Dylan Mills – is currently single but would love to settle down and have a large family in the future.
He said: "I'd love to settle down and have loads of kids.
"I'd raise them properly and pass on all my knowledge. I would show them how to value life, as a lot of people don't.
"If you don't value your own life, you're never going to value anyone else's."
The 'Bonkers' hitmaker grew up in a poor area of East London and, despite his vast wealth and success, he is still proud of his roots and returns to his old haunts whenever he can.
He added to Reveal magazine: "People always ask me if I've ever returned to my old stomping ground but I'm always there. I still have loads of friends who live on the estate.
"There was a lot that I loved about growing up. Now I look back and am glad I had those experiences. I learned the value of money and about community spirit.
"I felt more of a sense of community on a council estate than anywhere I've lived since."