Alfie Templeman – Shady Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Trying to figure it out
Trying to see what it's about
Hoping to make some sense of this
Starting to wrap my head around it

[Pre-Chorus]
I could be someone
Someone that'll lie
But I'd be missing the real person I am
Wish you didn't change
So they stayed the same
So I feel like me again

[Chorus]
Do you really, wanna go there?
I'm down to do the thing you want
I'm not actin' shady
Do you really, think I'm sorry?
I tried to move it along
But this is over, baby

[Verse 2]
Reaching, for something that ain't mine
Someone, that I used to spend time with
One day, I hope you'll talk to me

I feel, just like we used to be
[Pre-Chorus]
I could be someone
Someone that'll lie
But I'd be missing the real person I am
Wish you didn't change
So they stayed the same
So I feel like me again

[Chorus]
Do you really, wanna go there?
I'm down to do the thing you want
I'm not actin' shady
Do you really, think I'm sorry?
I tried to move it along
But this is over, baby

[Outro]
This is over, baby
I could be someone
Someone that'll lie
But I'd be missing the real person I am
Wish you didn't change
So they stayed the same
So I feel like me again

Dream Wife – Cheap Thrills Lyrics

Nobody wants us to play nice
Nobody wants us to roll the dice
Nobody wants us nobody wants us to

Nobody wants us in their game
They keep repeating it’s all the same
Your not welcome
Your not welcome here

With those cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills
Gimme cheap thrills
I’ll call my freaks push up the bill
With those cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills
Give me cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills

Nobody wants u to know your name
The weight of the ones from which u came
Cause your standing here

With their voice
Their pain
Their love
Their gain
Their all
Their fire
Their blood

Their thumbs
Their all

I’m welcome here

With those cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills
Gimme cheap thrills
I’ll call my freaks push up the bill
With those cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills
Give me cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills

Give me more
Give me less
More more more
Less less less
Give me more
Give me less
More more more
Less less less

With those cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills
Gimme cheap thrills
I’ll call my freaks push up the bill
With those cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills
Give me cheap thrills
Cheat people with your skills

Diamond Pistols – Time Machine Lyrics (feat. Rich Brian)

[Intro]
Ayy

[Chorus]
Don't know what to do with these memories
I need that Rollie that can turn back time
Yeah, the ones with the big white stones
With the ones that I love, need that shit right now
I know it's in the past, I don't give a f*ck
It's called the present, but don't think it's what I want
I just wanna feel like I did, just a couple suns back
Feelin' like I'm a kid again

[Verse 1]
Woke up with some feelings of nostalgia
But, this not the kind that makes you smile
It felt more like a thousand paper cuts
And a Band-Aid ain't gon' f*ckin' heal it up (Uh)
Honeymoons and strangers (That shit was fun)
Sundays with family (That shit was nice)
I'm missin' out on things I can't rewind
I just wish I knew I'd miss it at the time

[Pre-Chorus]
Give me that serotonin, baby
My brain been needin' that serotonin lately
I'ma need the key to open up the f*ckin' past
'Cause all my friends are locked inside and I can't get 'em back
I just wanna relive the past, just for a second
Can you invent a f*ckin' time machine
I'm tryna go to 2014 (Uh)
[Chorus]
Don't know what to do with these memories
I need that Rollie that can turn back time
Yeah, the ones with the big white stones
With the ones that I love, need that shit right now
I know it's in the past, I don't give a f*ck

It's called the present, but don't think it's what I want
I just wanna feel like I did, just a couple suns back
Feelin' like I'm a kid again (Ayy, uh)

[Verse 2]
I'ma wash all the dishes when I wake up
Why you say you ain't got time? This shit is made up
Twelve in the mornin', two in the mornin'
I live in the moment, you live when it's borin'
All because you couldn't think 'bout no one but yourself
'Cause you think that everyone so worried 'bout your health
If you worry 'bout the past, I'm writin' you a song
All you need is your girl, then you gon' never be alone

[Pre-Chorus]
Give me that serotonin, baby
My brain been needin' that serotonin lately
I'ma need the key to open up the f*ckin' past
'Cause all my friends are locked inside and I can't get 'em back
I just wanna relive the past, just for a second
Can you invent a f*ckin' time machine
I'm tryna go to 2014 (Uh)
[Chorus]
Don't know what to do with these memories
I need that Rollie that can turn back time
Yeah, the ones with the big white stones
With the ones that I love, need that shit right now
I know it's in the past, I don't give a f*ck
It's called the present, but don't think it's what I want
I just wanna feel like I did, just a couple suns back
Feelin' like I'm a kid again

Rmr – The Wishing Hour Lyrics

She puts it up his nose and tells him order more bottles
He’s never worried ’bout things like that
She knows his credit card pin, but that’s really his fault
And she’ll only dance when it’s raining
And he’ll scream, and she’ll hear his voice

And he says baby
It’s three a.m. and I’m f*ckin’ horny
And he says baby
I got a thousand dollars all straight cash
I made it rain, now when are we leavin’?

Youngboy Never Broke Again – Around Lyrics

[Chorus]
f*ck who want it, I got rank(I got rank)
I be fresh as hell loaded this that drank
I say baby round around, round around
Shawty let me hear you say my name
Ay bitch I'm rich, plus I'm super lit
Now she wanna make me out her man
That's a Drac' with a cooling kit
I could stop these niggas playing games, huh

[Verse 1]
They check out my fashion, strap inside my jacket
I just said a prayer for baba say let's go get active (4KT)
Geekin' when they cash in
I just let the top down
Show them this shit massive
I pull up I'm fresh as f*ck
I look like a manny
Dope inside my car got me so dumb that I might need a nanny
And she
John Elliot My gardener fit
I think all these niggas counterfeit, swang thе stick
Act like they don't know
'till shots left off this dangеr bitch
Bro on 2 of 10s , all he want do is paint some shit
Pallbearer, he mad at us
We stepped on him, that's hankerchief
[Chorus]
f*ck who run the team, I got rank (I got rank)
I be fresh as hell loaded this that dank
I say baby round around, round around
Shawty let me hear you say my name

Ay bitch I'm rich, plus I'm super lit
Now she wanna make me out her man
That's a Drac' with a cooling kit
I can stop these niggas playing games, huh

[Verse 2]
These niggas lame
They know I'been Mackin’ on all these hoes just like a player
Im keeping that dope in a jar
When I’m rolling a ‘gar
Holding value and all the smell
And Balenciaga whenever I step out
I cover my new hoe in new Chanel
I stay with my fire ima cause hell
I shoot this bitch ‘round they gon’ call twelve
Darth Vader, this a Jedi stick
Archer take out when I face ‘em in this ablo fit
I should change my name to double R
Cause bitch I’m really rich
Niggas on that silly shit
Come to this, inside this business
Killin’ shit
[Chorus]
f*ck who run a team, I got rank
I be fresh as hell loaded that's that rank
I say baby round around, round around
Shawty let me hear you say my name
Ay bitch I'm rich, plus I'm super lit
Now she wanna make me all her man
That's a draco with the cooling kit
I’m gone stop these niggas playing games, huh

Ceremony – Presaging The End Lyrics

Things have never been worse
I try to change my life
But only end up worse
It’s written with a sure hand
But so loath to speak
Another year in its grips
All night and no release

Presaging the end
Then the moon one day over-full
Surrounding me
Surrendering
You’ll always be more alive yesterday

Surrounding me

Beauty
Is to feel
A change in front of you
It comes so quickly
Then it leaves
Quicker than it’s seen
And it’s so bittersweet
That you bend
Around it
That you breathe
Into it
You feel adrift without it
Dying without it

Future & Lil Uzi Vert – Real Baby Pluto Lyrics

[Intro: Lil Uzi Vert]
(Twysted Genius, baby) Ow, ow
Ow (Woo), ow
(Brrt) Hello? What you talkin’ ’bout?
Who dis? (Zaytoven), uh

[Chorus: Lil Uzi Vert]
That bitch said I’m gifted, she gave me a stiffy, I’m f*ckin’ that ho for the low
Talkin’ ’bout bitches, you know I got plenty, yes, I’m the real Baby Pluto
I just be gettin’ the Benji’s, they mad that I’m winnin’, I’m getting 500 a show
Met her at Lenox and took her to Filson and bought everything in the store (Let’s go)
She suckin’ my dick and I’m f*ckin’ her kitten, you think that I’m kidding, this shit not a riddle
Home run, I’m not missin’, the VVS hittin’, my neck CD disk, my pockets, they fatter than Missy

[Verse 1: Lil Uzi Vert]
Hold on, smokin’ on gas, get your roll on
Thirty, hang out the clip, bitch, it’s so long (Graah)
Was on the hit list, that’s no longer
I need a million if I do the show long (Yeah)
I buy some X, so I probably can prolong
I bought the purse so I probably could go long
GTO faster than your little slow Charger
That’s a Camaro, nigga, that’s that no Charger
Bitch, I’m plugged into the wall like a phone charger
That p*ssy bought, I can’t f*ck her, just mow her
And talk to my Billie, that nigga, he so Harlem
Runnin’ the game, I almost knocked my toe off
Every time I pop out know I gotta show off
Pull out that Tec and it probably got power (Brrap)
Nowadays you will not see me on no blogs
I’m rockin’ Louie V right with some Goyard (Yeah)
I’m pourin’ lean in the motherf*ckin’ Styrofoam (Yeah)
I drink it fast but it turn to a slower (Yeah)
I’m tryna take all of these bitches clothes off (Yeah)
Act like I like y’all but I don’t even know ya (Uh)

[Chorus: Lil Uzi Vert]
That bitch said I’m gifted, she gave me a stiffy, I’m f*ckin’ that ho for the low (Woah)
Talkin’ ’bout bitches, you know I got plenty (Wow), yes, I’m the real Baby Pluto (Woah)
I just be gettin’ the Benji’s, they mad that I’m winnin’, I’m getting 500 a show (A show)
Met her at Lenox and took her to Filson and bought everything in the store (Yes, sir)
She suckin’ my dick and I’m f*ckin’ her kitten, you think that I’m kidding, this shit not a riddle
Home run, I’m not missin’, the VVS hittin’, my neck CD disk, my pockets, they fatter than Missy
Yes, I’m the real Baby Pluto

They mad that I’m winnin’, I’m getting 500 a show

[Verse 2: Future]
Yeah, that bitch say I’m gifted and gave me a stiffy, I’m f*ckin’ that ho for the low (Yeah), yeah
You talkin’ ’bout bitches, you know I got plenty, make a movie like De Niro, yeah
I’m gettin’ so busy, I’m futuristic every city I go, yeah
Met her at Filson, flew her to Paris and bought everything out the store, yeah
I’m in a coupe with a cougar, shooters on shooters on shooters on shooters on shooters
I got exotics, exotics, exotics and thotties on thotties, they goin’ berserk
Pounds in the trap yeah we movin’ ’em, you got a bad lil’ bitch and we usin’ her
Trap on the low but I bought your whore
Diamonds on froze, I’m thirty below
Sippin’ on mud like a addict
Your bitch f*ckin’ me like a king, yeah
Came in this motherf*cker, ball on these bitches, big hook, call me Kareem
I got a bad bitch bettin’ on green
I just got a bad, bad bitch, tell the team
Give me some top in the drop on a bean
Hit the turbo, the car do the Billie Jean
We got Coco Chanel, you know damn well these bitches comatose (Yeah)
I’ma swag on bitches, I walk down shit, I damn near broke my toe (Yeah)
I’m sippin’ on syrup, I’m f*ckin’ your girl, I told her to ride it slow
I put a shop in the tall Lambo’
Turn San Regis to a bando
Hit my jump shot, I’m not missin’
Bitch, I’m glistenin’, yeah, yeah
Bitch got that bald head, p*ssy with the mohawk ‘cross the top, I’m ’bout to peel
Bitch got a bald head, p*ssy with the mohawk ‘cross the top, I’m ’bout to slay her
f*ck my bitch, I f*ck her friends, I don’t care, play it fair (Yeah)

[Chorus: Future & Lil Uzi Vert]
That bitch said I’m gifted and gave me a stiffy, I’m f*ckin’ that ho for the low (Yeah)
Talkin’ ’bout bitches, you know I got plenty, yes, I’m the real Baby Pluto (Yeah)
I’m gettin’ so busy, I’m futuristic every city I go (Yeah)
I just be gettin’ the Benji’s, they mad that I’m winnin’, I’m getting 500 a show (Yeah)
She suckin’ my dick and I’m f*ckin’ her kitten, you think that I’m kidding, this shit not a riddle
Home run, I’m not missin’, the VVS hittin’, my neck CD disk, my pockets, they fatter than Missy
Yes, I’m the real Baby Pluto
They mad that I’m winnin’, I’m getting 500 a show

50 Cent Breaks Down Why He Called Out T.I. Over Insensitive King Von Statement

50 Cent is calling out T.I for comments made regarding beefing in Atlanta, which many have believed to be directed at King Von’s death last week. Many are of the view that the comments are insensitive and lack empathy for the family grieving at this time.

In an interview with The Breakfast Club, 50 Cent says, “he just made a mistake. There’s nothing wrong in the statement he made about Atlanta being positive and producing and supportive of other people but, in the climate where things are happening- they just lost a loved one. They don’t care about none of what you’re talking.”

T.I’s original comments made on his page were speaking about beef in Atlanta, where he said “Atlanta is a beautiful progressive city filled with black excellence. We uplift each other & win together. Stop coming here to kill each other. That shit is played out. Handle YOUR beefs in YOUR city. Thx in advance.”

However 50 Cent says “when you say ‘don’t bring your beef to Atlanta,’ it’ like, you don’t usually schedule where it’s going to happen. You run into each other and things spin out of control. That’s what you witnessed with the King Von situation. It just went further than they anticipated. It would be a whole different scenario if he survived that situation. It would have probably been a strong focus on his work, with people watching to what’s next.”

King Von was killed on November 6th outside of an Atlanta nightclub following an altercation with rapper Quando Rondo and his crew.

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Meanwhile, 50 Cent says the sister of the dead rapper encouraged him to speak up and check T.I. for his comments. “You see that and you go, ‘damn, you ain’t supposed to be saying nothing, you supposed to be on quiet time.’ They got a loss. Don’t say all that, ‘don’t bring that to Atlanta’.” 50 Cent rebuffed T.I’s claim that his comments had nothing to do with King Von as he questioned the timing of the post coinciding with the facts surrounding the death of the rapper.

Although T.I has clarified that his comments are not directed to the situation leading to King Von’s death, 50 Cent says, “we know what that was. Of course, you didn’t put [his] name in it because you want to backpedal out of it because you realized that wasn’t the right thing to say. I’m not the fun police. I’m just saying, the timing is bad for you to say that.”

Tay-K Speak Out On Reports His Prison Sentence Was Increased Over Stabbing Of Guard

Tay-K is denying that he got additional time added to his already hefty sentence.

Recently some news started to circulate that Tay-K’s sentence had been extended after the 20-year-old rapper allegedly stabbed a guard. Well, today, Tay-K’s social media accounts are vehemently repudiating any such claim. A screenshot of the news was shared to the rapper’s Instagram story along with the bold caption, “FALSE AND UNTRUE #FREETAYK.”

In a post on Twitter, Tay-K’s account also outright denied the story and insisted that the rapper is on his best behavior. “ALL RUMORS OF TAYMOR’S SENTENCING BEING EXTENDED ARE FALSE,” someone tweeted from the rapper’s Twitter account. “TAY HAS STAYED OUT OF TROUBLE AND THE MEDIA IS STILL FIGHTING AGAINST HIM TO PAINT AN UNTRUE NARRATIVE. APPEALS ARE STILL CONTINUING AND TAY WILL BE HOME SOON #FREETAYK.”

Tay-K, whose real name is Taymor McIntyre, was convicted for murder and aggravated robbery for his involvement in a home invasion robbery in 2016, where Ethan Walker, 21, was murdered. The rapper was sentenced to 55 years after being found guilty of murder in July 2019. That same year, he was slapped with more charges stemming from a 2017 robbery for the murder of 23-year-old Mark Saldivar. Tay-K achieved fame with his 2017 song “The Race,” which was about him being on the run from the feds after that.

The rapper remains in lockup in the Bexar County Adult Detention Center in San Antonio while he awaits his next trial. Meanwhile, he is quelling rumors that he already upped his sentence for violent behavior on the inside. Several sources claimed that the rapper was looking at spending the rest of his life in prison after stabbing a guard, but according to whoever is running his account, it’s nothing more than a controversial rumor, and they are constantly filing appeals and believe Tay-K will be free soon enough.

ALL RUMORS OF TAYMOR’S SENTENCING BEING EXTENDED ARE FALSE. TAY HAS STAYED OUT OF TROUBLE AND THE MEDIA IS STILL FIGHTING AGAINST HIM TO PAINT AN UNTRUE NARRATIVE. APPEALS ARE STILL CONTINUING AND TAY WILL BE HOME SOON #FREETAYK

— TAY-K 47 (@tayk) November 17, 2020

Meek Mill Deactivates Twitter Until Friday Amid Beef With Philly Rapper Poundside Pop

Meek Mill is getting out of the Twitter game. At least for a little while.

The Philly native is not afraid to get down and dirty on social media. In the past, he has used his Twitter platform to lash out at Tekashi 6ix9ine, calling him a “an informant behind a keyboard tryna troll families you ruined”, and it was even how fans learned that he was expecting a third child as he revealed that his then-girlfriend, Milan Harris, was pregnant during a Twitter war with his ex, Nicki Minaj. But Twitter can get a bit much — even if you have million of followers like Meek does — and so the “Otherside of America” rapper is taking some time out.

“I’m deactivating til Friday when I got music out!!!!!!” he wrote to his followers. The decision was likely inspired by the beef he currently has going on with fellow Philly rapper, Poundside Pop, who banned Meek from North Philadelphia after he called for peace in the streets and offered the main artists a deal if they stopped fighting. In response to Pop’s proclamation, Meek claimed that he runs the hood.

As the battle for “ownership” of the city continues, Meek’s fans can at least look forward to new music. “New flame this Friday. 4 pack,” he shared before disappearing from Twitter. The EP will be the first that the 33-year-old has dropped in a while: it’s been two years since his fourth studio album, Championship, hit shelves, and five months since he released a track in response to the police brutality in the US.

Who can forget the infamous Drake lines in his Meek Mill diss track, “Back To Back.” “Yeah, trigger fingers turn to Twitter fingers.”

President Obama Weighs In On Why Rappers Lil Wayne & 50 Cent Endorsed Trump

Former President Barrack Obama is sharing his thoughts on why rappers like Lil Wayne and 50 Cent have endorsed Trump for president.

One of the eye-opening things about the recently concluded US Presidential elections was the fact that President Donald Trump seemed to pull in more of the black male vote. That’s especially surprising since he was considered to have done little for race relations in that country.

Trump still hasn’t conceded defeat even though most of the country has accepted the final result. Another shocker was the fact that black rappers, who have considerable influence within their communities, came out in support of Trump. Most notable was probably Lil Wayne, who is now facing gun charges, and Ice Cube, who had to defend his decision to the Twitterverse.

Former US President Barrack Obama has a theory on why so many black men, including rappers, may have been attracted to Trump’s rhetoric. He explained his thoughts on the matter in a recent interview with The Atlantic. His take on the matter also held some criticism for the rap genre itself and the things that it glorifies. He explained that both Trump and some mainstream rappers quantify their success by their material possessions, commonly called ‘bling.’

Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done. ?? pic.twitter.com/Q9c5k1yMWf

— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) October 29, 2020

“It’s interesting—people are writing about the fact that Trump increased his support among Black men [in the 2020 presidential election], and the occasional rapper who supported Trump. I have to remind myself that if you listen to rap music, it’s all about the bling, the women, the money,” he said.

He said that this can be clearly seen in many rap videos that use their material possessions like cars and jewelry to claim success. “Everything is gold-plated. That insinuates itself and seeps into the culture,” he added.

He said that even though America has always had some form of classism, mostly the rich and the poor, the divide wasn’t as blatant as it’s now. He added that Trump adds to the illusion of the rich and famous lifestyle.

“Then you start seeing Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, that sense that either you’ve got it or you’re a loser. And Donald Trump epitomizes that cultural movement that is deeply ingrained now in American culture,” he continued.

It’s obvious that Obama is not referring to the entire industry as he still has rap songs featured on his world-famous music lists, like his summer playlist and favorite songs of the year. While in office, he invited many rappers to the White House, including Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Ludacris, and Kendrick Lamar. It’s just his take on why so many black men might be idolizing Trump.

CARAH Rescinds Plan To Honour Buju Banton At This Year’s Ceremony

It seems that the Caribbean American Heritage (CARAH) Awards has decided to rescind its offer to honor Grammy-award winning artist Buju Banton at their ceremony later this month.

Not much information is available about why they decided to go back on their decision, but they definitely seemed to have a change of heart and told the Jamaica Gleaner officially that: “Our official stance is that talks stalled.” Banton was going to be honored for his outstanding contribution to reggae music at the virtual event on November 20.

Banton’s name was left out from an updated press release issued by CARAH’s community administrator, Sharon Williams, about the ceremony. It is suspected that the decision came after Banton’s strong anti-mask stance, which went viral last October 21. In response to this, the Gleaner was told: “We are in talks with his (Banton’s) management.”

The honor may still be bestowed on him as in a recent update, Williams said that the organization is still committed to working with the Buju Banton’s foundation. There has also been no official word from Banton’s management team. His co-manager Donovan Germain declined to comment when asked if CARAH’s decision to rescind the offer came because of his rant.

Whatever caused the decision, it came in stark contrast to the original sentiments expressed by CARAH’s founding President, Claire Nelson. Banton had proudly displayed parts of the letter on his Instagram page when it was announced. He has since deleted the post indicating that there is some sort of rift between the two.

Part of the letter read: “We view with much respect your longevity in the business, your prolific output, and your impact on the US and global culture scape. We take note of your Grammy-winning discography, as well as your most recent exploration, Upside Down 2020, and the soulful Buried Alive, which is serving as a transformational healing anthem for many around the world at this time of extreme challenge. We especially value your passionate and compassionate outreach to and investment in the youth in Jamaica through your Buju Banton Foundation.”

According to the new press release names three Jamaican honourees, namely, Don Wehby, group chief executive officer, GraceKennedy Limited, Olympian Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, and veteran reggae singer Judy Mowatt will be honored at the event.

Kes the Band To Sue Remi Wolf For Using “Hello, Hello, Hello” In iPhone 12 Commercial

Kes The Band is gearing up for a major lawsuit against iPhone makers Apple and singer Remi Wolf.

The song used for one of Apple’s iPhone 12 commercials has piqued the interest of Kes the Band as it sounds very similar to their hit 2018 release ‘Hello.’ The band’s new management team, Evan Vogel and Damon DeGraff, are now considering taking legal action against the singer, Remi Wolf’s ‘Hello, Hello, Hello.’ KTB’s version of the track was done on the Folklore Riddim produced by Advokit Productions.

The chorus of the song bears a striking resemblance to the Trinidad and Tobago group’s original rendition. In a statement from KTB’s management team, which was obtained by Loop News TT, they said that they were willing to take necessary legal actions to secure the band’s interests. They also stated that the process has already begun.

According to the statement: “‘Hello Hello Hello’ sounded familiar — so much so that Kes’ fans started writing in and congratulating us. However, it turns out that our dream of working with Apple has perhaps come in the form of musical theft and cultural appropriation. We are working to take the proper course of action.”

Remi Wolf’s version, “Hello, Hello, Hello,” appears on her second album ‘I’m Allergic To Dogs.’ KTB’s Hello was a mega-hit for them and did extremely well in the Caribbean and helped put their music across to more fans. To date, the song has over 34 million views on YouTube.

KTB was formed in 2005 and is well known throughout the Caribbean for their blend of soulful vocals, along with calypso inspired melodies, rock riffs, island beats, with some elements of reggae. The band is made up of the founding members, brothers Kees Dieffenthaller who is the lead singer, Hans Dieffenthaller, and Jon Dieffenthaller, along with Riad Boochoon.

You can listen to both tracks below.

Lil Uzi Vert Is Stealing Clothes From JT

Lil Uzi Vert is stealing JT’s clothes now.

Lil Uzi Vert dropped a new project with Future last week, which is already receiving high praise. Two months before Pluto x Baby Pluto was released, the rappers appeared in a video playing soccer, and the sports theme has continued in the music video for their joint single, “That’s It.” In the video, Future appears shirtless on the field, while Uzi wears a black tank top and red scarf silk around his neck. Fans of the “Myron” rapper would probably have thought nothing of the outfit choice had JT not gone on social media to call him out about it.

“N**** stole my scarf,” the City Girls member wrote on Twitter. “I wanted to do another look with it.” JT had previously worn the garment around her head, and it’s not certain whether she gifted it to Baby Pluto or he really did swipe it from her closet as he is not averse to donning traditionally female clothing. Either way, JT can’t be too pleased that Uzi chose to wipe his brow with it in the video.

JT’s comments are the latest in the slanging match between the two that has left fans guessing about the nature of their relationship. It is still thought that the pair might be in a secret romance despite sending shady tweets that are likely directed at one another and deleting posts. The most recent example was of the “P**** Talk” rapper deleting her tweet in support of Uzi and Future’s new album.

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Watch “That’s It” video below.

Bob Marley’s Music Relevancy In 2020 Explored In “LEGACY: Freedom Fighter” Episode

Bob Marley’s music has perhaps never been more relevant than in 2020 amid a global pandemic as well as racial and social unrest.

In a year that seemed filled with gloom as the deadly coronavirus continues to wreak havoc globally and large inequalities in the way races are treated in the United States have been once again highlighted and inflamed, there have been a few glimmers of hope. One of the brightest beacons of hope has been the 12-part series being created to celebrate the life and influence of one of the greatest musicians and singers, Robert Nesta Marley, better known as Bob Marley. His message of hope and equality has continued to inspire generations even after four decades since his passing in what would have been his 75th year of life.

Still widely regarded as one of the most influential musicians to live, each installation of this series continues to evoke feelings of triumph and positivity. Part seven in the YouTube documentary, which is called Legacy: Freedom Fighter, which was released on November 2, is no different and again sheds light on the mystifying personality that was Bob Marley and his affinity for equality.

This documentary, narrated by Public Enemy’s Chuck D, starts with one of Marley’s famous quotes: “You change if you change from Babylon to Rasta, but you can’t change from Rasta to anything. When the truth awaken in you, you can’t do anything but accept the truth,’ an apt way to open this part of the legend’s legacy.”

As it opens, Marley’s song “War”, a converted speech of Emperor Haile Selassie, is heard as visuals of the unrest caused by the murders and targeting of black Americans fill the screen. The poignancy of the song is only disturbed by the fire in the voice of Mary Hooks, a co-director of Southerners on New Ground and a co-founder of Black Lives Matter Atlanta, who has been on the ground with protesters calling for equality in the US.

“The truth is crashing to the earth, and people have been watching and witnessing and have committed to themselves that the next time this thing happens, I wanna do something different about it,” she said. Showing just how long racism dates back, a vintage clip of celebrated civil right leader Malcolm X is also played to highlight just how long people of color have been fighting for equality. Marley’s music always seemed to target what he called oppressors, and the message has resonated with a new generation of freedom fighters.

Dr. Glen A. Griffin, Psychologist and Professor of Critical Thinking and Social Justice, shared that he believes that even Marley’s love songs were political. “This I think was particularly the case with Redemption Song,” he added. He went on to say that the song created a new way of thinking and that it showed black people that to be truly free is to love one’s self.

His sentiments were shared by everyone who was interviewed. The commonly shared theme being that the singer always stayed true to his cause and true to himself. Something that they believe is what has inspired so many free thinkers now willing to fight for their rights. Yandy Smith, entrepreneur and entertainment manager, sums it up nicely when she said: “I think of liberation when I think of Bob Marley’s music. I think of a person who constantly fought to be free, free mentally, free from enslavement, free from just the western religion. Free in every aspect of life.”

Even though the world watched as Americans protested, many knew that racism exists around the world. The documentary shows how Marley’s music serves as a bridge and communicator for black people around the world fighting for equality and, more importantly, their freedom from a system that seems to fight against them at every turn.

His son Ky-Mani Marley explained that even though his father’s music has become synonymous with freedom movements, he believes that what he really wanted was unification, not separation or simply black vs white. “From the legacy, where we come from, my father was really about one love. I don’t think he had thoughts on African Americans different from white Americans. Even though it (his music) was about black upliftment, it’s not speaking of separation, we’re speaking of upliftment and still togetherness,” he said.

Marley’s vision for black people of the world was that eventually they would be given the unequivocal “right to live.” Something that has been once again highlighted following the murders of George Floyd and Sandra Bland. However, the push towards equality for blacks began in the 1970s, and Jamaica was at the forefront of black thinkers and leaders who emphasized the need for people to escape mental slavery. Something that Marley stood for which is why one of his most famous quotes, which was taken from another freedom fighter, Marcus Garvey, another Jamaican born freedom fighter, is, “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, None but ourselves can free our minds.”

It’s a lyric that still stands today and is applicable for so many around the world struggling with mental slavery. Marcus Garvey’s role is also explored in the upliftment of black people and inspiring generations of artists, including Marley. Movements like the Black Panthers also sprang up as black people became more aware for the need for equality.

As Ziggy Marley interviews various people, like Neville Garrick, Art Director of Tuff Gong, it’s clearly evident that Marley identified with the Panthers and hoped that his music would be used to encourage similar feelings of positivity within black people. His influence extended into the era beyond the Panthers and into a period of the 1980s known as America’s War on Drugs, which produced a high number of black inmates throughout the US including people like Ferrel Scott who was given a life sentence for marijuana possession. Marley’s music seemed to help him keep going while serving his injustice.

Once again, the documentary returned focused on the trials of African Americans and the recent violence meted out towards them. LL Cool J is also featured saying a powerful poem about the inequality of racism and the feelings of anger because of the killing of George Floyd. The entire system that has been established in the US needs to be reviewed and probably redone, according to the various speakers in the documentary.

Olu, a member of American hip-hop duo EarthGang, said after hearing and receiving Marley’s message, he was hooked. “What Bob Marley was talking about expanded generations. It was like an age-old thing in a spiritual language that I never heard before with anybody’s music,” he said. The group performs their remix of “I shot the Sheriff” to pore raising images of the civil rights movement since being recorded in black and white to present day. The documentary ends with a stirring classical rendition of “Redemption Song,” as the issues that the current Black Lives Matter is facing is once again highlighted, which includes being branded looters instead of people standing up for fundamental rights. As the series goes on, Marley’s unmistakable message of freedom and hope continues to be explored in detail.

Nipsey Hussle’s Famous The Marathon Store Vandalized & Complex Damaged

Nipsey Hussle’s store was vandalized.

The Marathon Store in Los Angeles that’s owned by the late Nipsey Hussle has been violated. A video surfaced online that shows Hussle’s store and the whole plaza where it’s located completely vandalized with doors and windows smashed in. The person behind the recording can be heard narrating and expresses gross disdain towards the perpetrators. He threatens that it will “be ugly for them” if their identity was ever to come to light.

DJ Akademiks shared the video on his Instagram page, asking, “Who vandalized #nipseyhussle marathon store and the whole plaza?” Fans reacted with disappointment with some questioning, “What did you gain from this?” Others speculated that it was the cops or the government.

Nipsey definitely deserves more respect, and evidently, fans agree, which is indicated by their outrage. Over on Twitter, fans are absolutely livid with the looters who they believe have tried to disgrace and taint the legacy of the well respected departed rapper and businessman. “To disrespect a true icon who did so much do so many communities. Talk about double standards, Speak on this #BLM,” one fan wrote with the facepalm emoji.

“Ni**as ain’t sh*t whoever was responsible for vandalizing ‘The Marathon Clothing’ store. This how we honor Nipsey??” another Twitter user questioned angrily.

Nipsey opened The Marathon Clothing in 2017 with the vision of bringing a gem to his hometown and establish something by the people of Crenshaw for the people of Crenshaw. The day he was killed, Nipsey popped in at the store to get clothes for his friend, who would have just gotten out of prison. He was gunned down right outside of the establishment.

The Marathon Clothing store is an important landmark for many reasons, and this is definitely not a good look for those involved.

Nipsey Hussle’s Marathon Clothing store has reportedly been vandalized.

Not much else is known at this time. #RIPNipseyHussle ? The Marathon Continues ? pic.twitter.com/Mgeqm7Cnqo

— My Mixtapez (@mymixtapez) November 17, 2020

Bro the whole area should be protecting that store smh Weak ass dudes ,funny though this happens after they release FDT tees just a week or so ago…. can this year be over already.

— B. Maurice (@BenoMaurice) November 17, 2020

The hope they catch them niggas that did that shit to nip store

— REST IN LOVE NIPSEY HUSSLE (@AldeezyFreal) November 17, 2020

Nipsey Hussle’s store was vandalized earlier this morning along with all the other stores in Nipsey Hussle Square????? pic.twitter.com/bggse4Iazm

— Hip Hop Ties (@HipHopTies) November 17, 2020

Pop Smoke’s Murder Suspect Went On Instagram Live From Jail, Here’s The Viral Video

Pop Smoke’s accused killer is entertaining on Instagram Live from jail.

Is it me, or is incarceration not what it used to be? In some regard, maybe that’s a good thing. In this case, however, fans are questioning the effectiveness of the system after one of the men charged with Pop Smoke’s murder went live on Instagram this weekend. The accused killer, Corey Walker, was seen mopping floors in jail while listening to some NoCap and Rod Wave. He was casually dancing, singing along, and throwing up gang signs as he performed his chores in his cell before a live audience of thousands.

In the comment section of the live session, fans questioned why Walker allegedly killed Pop Smoke. Some berated him for the crime, while others wished him ill. All the while, Walker seemed indifferent to any ramifications of the fatal exploit and instead ignored the hate messages and addressed other viewers, some of whom he seemed to know well based on his language.

On social media, fans couldn’t help but point out how relaxed the compliance system was for the indicted killer with some questioning the effectiveness of serving time these days and its ability to reform. “This n***a got it made in jail thats why n***az don’t give a f**k about killin these days..sh*t crazy…you suppose to have it hard in jail damn near suffer this n***a don’t look like he having it hard or suffering to me,” one person said in a comment.

Pop Smoke was gunned down in his Los Angeles home earlier this year in February during what investigators say was a home invasion robbery. The New York rapper was killed a week after his mixtape, Meet The Woo 2 was released. After his death, 50 Cent adopted the 20-year-old rapper’s unfinished work and opted to executive produce his debut studio album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. The posthumous effort debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and even recently climbed back to the coveted spot in October.

Corey Walker was arrested along with four other suspects in connection with the execution of Pop Smoke. Two of the accused will be tried in juvenile court for robbery and murder. Walker and his co-accused, Keandre Rodgers, 18, were charged with murder during a robbery or burglary and are facing life in prison or the death penalty if they are convicted.

Now United & R3HAB – One Love Lyrics

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[Verse 1: Any]
I can feel your heart right now
I can feel your heartbeat now
Louder than the drums right now
Banging from a distance now
Open up your arms real wide
Love is on the otherside
Let’s hold each other down

[Pre-Chorus: Josh & Sabina]
Everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday
We laugh, we cry, we keep on dreaming
Everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday
You know thе vibes, you know the feeling

[Chorus: Any]
One lovе, it’s time to light it up
Come take my hand, let’s touch
The world, tonight we need
One love, it’s time to light it up
Come take my hand, let’s touch
The world, tonight we need one love

[Post-Chorus: Any, Josh & Sabina]
One lo-lo-lo-lo-love
One lo-lo-lo-lo-love
(Tonight we need one love)

[Verse 2: Any]
Someone in the world right now
Needs a little love right now
Do it for the people now
Beautiful people now
Even when it’s dark outside
Put your phone to the sky
And shine it all around

[Pre-Chorus: Josh & Sabina]
Everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday
We laugh, we cry, we keep on dreaming
Everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday
You know the vibes, you know the feeling

[Chorus: Any]
One love, it’s time to light it up
Come take my hand, let’s touch
The world, tonight we need (We need one love)
One love, it’s time to light it up
Come take my hand, let’s touch
The world (The world), tonight we need one love

[Post-Chorus: Any, Josh & Sabina]
One lo-lo-lo-lo-love
One lo-lo-lo-lo-love
Tonight we need one love

Dutchavelli – Ching Splash Lyrics

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[Intro]
Don’t ever forget, bruv, I’m a savage too, bro
A real fucking savage, bro, yeah?
(Fanatix)

[Chorus]
Ching, splash, dipping (Ching)
All now, no one ain’t swimming
It’s Dutch from the fifth, I did countless drillings (Trust)
Why you think that I’m known as a villain? (Dutch)
I spare no one but kids and women (Yeah)
Told Dan “Just play your position
‘Fore you know it, you’ll be German whipping” (Whip)

[Verse 1]
Circle the ends like the Royal Mail, then it’s back to the trap phone ringin’ (Brr)
Enter the trap, never brought no cling in
Used the bag that I bought that thing in (Trust)
Barricade that door while I whip this raw, I ain’t tryna go back to prison (No)
I— I was on the threes with blacks
Puttin’ in apps for a ship out to Brixton
So don’t ask me how I’m feelin’
Same old shit but the money just different
Burnt my Giuseppe’s, I don’t wear True Religion
When I die, I just hope I’m forgiven (Trust)
The way that my bottoms are red, woulda thought I was S Road bopping in Christian’s (S Road bop)
Better duck when the barrel’s spinning
I don’t show no love to a victim

[Chorus]
All of that ching, splash, dipping (Ching)
All now, no one ain’t swimming
It’s Dutch from the fifth, I did countless drillings (Trust)
Why you think that I’m known as a villain? (Dutch)
I spare no one but kids and women
Told Dan “Just play your position
‘Fore you know it, you’ll be German whipping” (Whip)

[Verse 2]
Soon as I get that drop (Brrt)
I get ’round there with a hand ting (Baow)
Might pull up on curbs, start crashing
Bro ain’t here so do it in his absence (Free bro, free bro, free bro)
Trust (Trust, trust), mad— mad ting, sad ting (Yeah)
Free bro-bro on the landing
In the cell, just tryna get packs in
Got gyally on me (Yeah)
Don’t care, she don’t love me no more (Facts)
Approach with caution, big hammer on me like Thor (Brrt, baow)
Dan just looks like Harry, I whip magic like Dumbledore (Whip it, whip it)
Big gun from Call of Duty, you die, you don’t respawn

[Chorus]
All of that ching, splash, dipping (Ching)
All now, no one ain’t swimming
It’s Dutch from the fifth, I did countless drillings (Trust)
Why you think that I’m known as a villain? (Dutch)
I spare no one but kids and women
Told Dan “Just play your position
‘Fore you know it, you’ll be German whipping” (Whip)

[Outro]
All of that ching, splash, dipping (Ching)
All now, no one ain’t swimming
It’s Dutch from the fifth, I did countless drillings (Trust)
Why you think that I’m known as a villain? (Dutch)
I spare no one but kids and women
Told Dan “Just play your position
‘Fore you know it, you’ll be German whipping”
(Fanatix)

Clara Mae – Not Ok (Stripped) Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
I opened the door, know you be sleeping
I lay down with you if you only knew
Where I have been, what I’ve been up to
It would kill you, yeah
As soon as you wake I have to say it
And tell you ’bout him, let it sink in
Want you to know it didn’t mean anything, no
Nothing to me, no

[Pre-Chorus]
I don’t know why I did what I did
I followed him home
I don’t know why I did what I did
But it felt like a good idea at the moment
And it felt like a good idea just to hold him
For one night

[Chorus]
I say, I say it’s okay
If you want me gone I’m on my way
I say it’s okay, hey
I know what I’ve done, it’s no mistake
If I could undo just the night
When I had his body next to mine
It would be okay, but we’re not okay

[Verse 2]
You’re looking at me likе I’m a stranger
You pack up my stuff and calling it off
I sit on the bed scrеaming, “I’m sorry”
But sorry ain’t enough, no

[Pre-Chorus]
I don’t know why I did what I did
I followed him home
I don’t know why I did what I did
But it felt like a good idea at the moment
And it felt like a good idea just to hold him
For one night

[Chorus]
I say, I say it’s okay
If you want me gone I’m on my way
I say it’s okay, hey
I know what I’ve done, it’s no mistake
If I could undo just the night
When I had his body next to mine
It would be okay, but we’re not okay

I say, I say it’s okay
If you want me gone I’m on my way
I say it’s okay, hey
I know what I’ve done, it’s no mistake
If I could undo just the night
When I had his body next to mine
It would be okay, but we’re not okay

[Bridge]
Standing in the hallway
Tried to rub my head from how I ruined all the good things
I go back to bedroom to see if you have changed your mind
But you ask if I would leave soon

[Chorus]
And I say, I say it’s okay
If you want me gone I’m on my way
I say it’s okay, hey
I know what I’ve done, it’s no mistake
If I could undo just the night
When I had his body next to mine
It would be okay, but we’re not okay, no, no

[Outro]
We’re not okay
‘Cause I ruined all the good things
Ruined all the good things, mhm

Bleachers – ​chinatown Lyrics

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[Verse 1: Jack Antonoff]
Get in my backseat, honeypie
And I’ll wear your sadness like it’s mine
‘Cause it’s just good to feel what’s been missing
Yeah, it’s bad when it’s good to always be missing

[Chorus: Jack Antonoff]
But a girl like you
Could rip me out of my head
Black tears on your cheek
I want them in my bed
I’ll take you out of the city
Honey, right into the shadow
Because I wanna find tomorrow
Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow
With a girl like you
You’re my Chinatown baby
Sittin’ on the front stoop
Crying out the crazy
I’ll take you out of the city
Honey, right into the shadow
Because I wanna find tomorrow
Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow with you, baby

[Verse 2: Jack Antonoff]
Gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme that big red light
And take the sadness out of Saturday night
‘Cause that’s just good to have what was missing
We were bad to be bad, to always be missing

[Chorus: Bruce Springsteen and Jack Antonoff]
But a girl like you
Could rip me out of my head
Black tears on your cheek
I want them in my bed
I’ll take you out of the city
Honey, right into the shadow
‘Cause I wanna find tomorrow
Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow
With a girl like you
You’re my Chinatown baby
Sittin’ on your front stoop
Crying out the crazy
I’ll take you out of the city
Honey, right into the shadow
Because I wanna find tomorrow
Yeah, I wanna find tomorrow with you, baby

[Bridge: Bruce Springsteen and Jack Antonoff]
I wanna run
I wanna run
I love to chase every feeling
I wanna run
I wanna run
I wanna run
‘Cause I wanna find tomorrow with you, baby
Oh, oh
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh, oh
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

[Outro]
We don’t have to break every dream we’ve ever known
Running down the [?]
Running up the [?]
We don’t have to chase everything we’ve ever made
Running down the [?] (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Running up the [?] (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
We don’t have to break every dream we’ve ever known

Scorpions – Taste of Love Lyrics

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In her life not much loving
From the early years she felt that she was falling
Even I, have never seen her laughing
Asked her why and she would say
That she’s still hoping for love
Taste of love
Taste of love
Taste of love

In her time so much growling
Why on earth can’t no one hear that she’s still calling?
On and on, that demon you’re still loving
Asked her why and she would say
That she’s still hoping for love
Taste of love
Taste of love
Taste of lovе

All the time
He says to hеr “My loving is true”
Expressing his wishes is breaking her heart
He even said the words “I love you”
She’s getting a taste of love

In her life so much crying
From the early years she felt that love was dying
Even I, have never seen her laughing
Asked her why and she would lie
That she’s still hoping for love
Taste of love
Taste of love
Taste of love

All the time
He says to her “My loving is true”
Expressing his wishes is breaking her heart
He even said the words “I love you”
She’s getting a taste of love

One more time no more fooling
Why on earth can’t no one see that she’s still running
On and on, no more loving
Asked her why and she would lie
That she’s still hoping for love
Taste of love
Taste of love
Taste of love

All the time
He says to her “My loving is true”
Expressing his wishes is breaking her heart
He even said the words “I love you”
She’s getting a taste of love

All the time
He says to her “My loving is true”
Expressing his wishes is breaking her heart
He even said the words “I love you”

All the time
He says to her “My loving is true”
Expressing his wishes is breaking her heart
He even said the words “I love you”
She’s getting a taste of love
Taste of love…

Pentatonix – Jingle Bell Pop Lyrics

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[Intro]
Da da da da da da
Come on

Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock
Jingle bells swing and jingle bells ring
Snowin’ and blowin’ up bushels of fun
Now the jingle hop has begun

Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock
Jingle bells chime in jingle bell time
Dancin’ and prancin’ in Jingle Bell Square
In the frosty air

What a bright time, it’s the right time
To rock the night away (rock the night away)
Jingle bell time is a swell time
To go glidin’ in a one-horse sleigh

Giddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet
Jingle around the clock (Jingle around the clock)
Mix and a-mingle in the jinglin’ feet
That’s the jingle bell rock

[Breakdown]
Oh, it’s a jingle bell
Oh, it’s a jingle bell
Rock, rocking around
Oh, it’s a jingle bell
Rocking around the tree
Oh, it’s a jingle bell
Jingle bells, jingle all the way (Rocking around the tree)
Oh, it’s a jingle bell
Jingle bells, jingle all the way

What a bright time, it’s the right time
To rock the night away (Rock the night away)
Jingle bell time is a swell time
To go glidin’ in a one-horse sleigh

Oh, giddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet
Jingle around the clock (Jingle around the clock)
Mix and a-mingle in the jinglin’ feet
That’s the jingle bell (That’s the jingle bell)
Ba do ba bop bop
That’s the jingle bell rock

AC/DC – Rejection Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
You better give me what I want
Or I’ll beat on you
You don’t give me what I need
And I’ll come for you
Better keep me on your side, or I’ll find you in the night
I got your name and your number and I’ll set you all ablaze
Best give me what I want

[Pre-Chorus]
Or I’ll come for you
Yes, I’ll come for you

[Chorus]
If you reject me, I’ll take what I want
Disrespect me, and you get burned
Best keep me satisfied, or you know I’ll eat you alive
If you reject me, I’ll take what I want

[Verse 2]
I got a ball and chain
And I’ll hunt for you
I ain’t got no name
I’ll look out for you
Revenge it ain’t a sin
Look out, I’m comin’ in
Kick me when I’m down, stand up without a sound
Better play my game

[Pre-Chorus]
Or I’ll beat on you
Get to feed on you

[Chorus]
If you reject me, I’ll take what I want
Take what I want
Disrespect me, and you get burned
Now, I don’t want your money, agreed
You better give me just what I need
If you reject me
I’ll take what I want
Hey, hey, take what I want

[Solo]

[Chorus]
If you reject me, I’ll take what I want
Disrespect me, and you get burned
Now, I don’t want your money, agreed
You better give me just what I need
If you reject me
I’ll take what I want
Hey, hey, take what I want
Take what I want
Take what I want

Sal Houdini – If You Want To Know Lyrics

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(Verse 1)
Used to tell you baby when you plan on comin’ down just let me know a bit of ahead of time
But now I tell you if you got any plans to let me down you should let me know ahead of time
My heart races then it plummets
Then it drops into my stomach
Then I can’t speak I got a knot inside my throat
‘Cause then it hits me that I’m broken, and my scars are ’bout to open
Can’t even talk about this rubbish
I kept us hush, I ain’t come out about us public
So who the fuck am I supposed to vent to shawty when nobody knows nothin’?
They gon’ think that I’m just buggin’
Maybe right now is not the time for this
You want mе actin’ out of line for this
To be honest girl I don’t mind for this
But I don’t havе the right mind

(Chorus)
If you want to know baby, I don’t know what I want
I just want to be the man now
Don’t want to be another man down
Hoo oh
If you want to know what I want
I just want to be the man now
Just want them all to understand now
Ain’t no turnin’ back on me
Baby if you got me then don’t slack on me
Tryin’ to have a baby and go half on me
But I don’t even know what I want for me right now
People turn they backs on me
If you say it then I’ll keep the strap on me
Last man treated you bad for me
God had you written in my plans for me
So just know you can’t ever turn your back on me anymore, my baby

I called you six times Dean

(Verse 2)
She says look at who you are now
Of course they hate you and despise
Throwin’ bunch of evil eyes
All because of who you are now
But it don’t work and it’s too hard now, yeah
It’s gettin’ chilly out in Brooklyn
All these crooks is out here lookin’ for a juksin’
They got to feed everybody else that’s lookin’
That’s why I’m always in the studio cookin’
What if I did that?
What if I did this?
What if I didn’t drop out of college?
What if I threw us a couple of parties?
What if I never quit my job at KP?
Would I be single or end up with Katie?
She used to work in the makeup at Macy’s
She used to tell me what I want is crazy

(Chorus)
But to be honest with you baby, I don’t know what I want
I just want to be the man now
Don’t want to be another man down
Hoo oh
If you want to know what I want
I just want to be the man now
Just want them all to understand now
Ain’t no turnin’ back on me
Baby if you got me then don’t slack on me
Tryin’ to have a baby and go half on me
But I don’t even know what I want for me right now
People turn they backs on me
If you say it then I’ll keep the strap on me
Last man treated you bad for me
God had you written in my plans for me
So just know you can’t ever turn your back on me anymore, my baby

(Outro)
[Dialing]
Hello?
[Dialing]
Hello?
[Dialing]
Hello?
[Dialing]
Hello? Hello?
[Machine]
We’re sorry, you have reached a number that has been disconnected or is no longer in service
If you feel you have reached this recording in error, please check the number and try your call again

DaniLeigh – I Wish Lyrics

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[Intro: DaniLeigh]
(Retro)
Oh
Oh, ooh, ooh-ooh woah
Oh, oh, oh, ooh woah
I wish, I wish, I wish, I wish
I wish, I wish, I wish, I wish
Ooh, woah
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Wish I had someone to trust (I wish, I wish)
Wish I had someone to trust (I wish, I wish)
I wish that (I wish, I wish)

[Verse 1: DaniLeigh]
Lonely, they all told me
It can get lonely
When you’re on
If only, I had somebody (Oh)
Before it all (Oh)
Is that too much to ask? (Oh)

[Chorus: DaniLeigh]
I wish
Wish I had someone to trust, just like that
Wish I had someone to trust, when it gets bad
Don’t just come around me for the money or the fame
Are you phony? Are you for me?

[Post-Chorus: DaniLeigh]
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Trust, just like that, I wish that
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Trust, when it gets bad, I wish that
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Trust, just like that, I wish that
I wish, I wish

[Verse 2: Ty Dolla $ign]
I wish, I wish, I wish, that I had someone to trust
Someone to keep a secret, know how to shut up
To listen when I’m talkin’ (Ooh yeah), don’t ask too many questions
I got a lot of things on my mind and I’ve been stressin’ (Yeah)
You give me peace of mind, yeah
Girl, be present in the moment, put your phone on silent
Gave you the code to the gate, told you, “Come on in” (Ooh yeah)
Have you been savin’ all that pussy for me?
I wish, I wish, I wish

[Chorus: DaniLeigh & Ty Dolla $ign]
I wish (Wish)
Wish I had someone to trust, just like that (Trust)
Wish I had someone to trust, when it gets bad
Don’t just come around me for the money or the fame
Are you phony me? Are you for me? (I wish)

[Bridge: DaniLeigh]
Who gon’ care it?
How will I know?
If they didn’t know me for the start (The start, oh, oh)
In my dreams, I think about a king
No, playin’ with my heart
Who knows he got a queen, yeah
It’s so hard in this game
Oh, I wish

[Chorus: DaniLeigh]
I wish (I wish)
Wish I had someone to trust, just like that (I wish)
Wish I had someone to trust, when it gets bad (I wish)
Don’t just come around me for the money or the fame
Are you phony? Are you for me? (I wish)

[Outro: DaniLeigh]
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Trust, just like that, I wish that
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Trust, when it gets bad, I wish that
I wish (I wish, I wish)
Trust, just like that, I wish that
I just wish

Johnny Orlando – Last Christmas Lyrics

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[Chorus]
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart
But the very next day, you gave it away
This year, to save me from tears
I’ll give it to someone special
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart (Gave you my heart)
But the very next day, you gave it away (You gave it away)
This year, to save me from tears (Save me from tears)
I’ll give it to someone special (Special)

[Verse 1]
Once bitten and twice shy
I keep my distance, but you still catch my eye
Tell me, baby, do you recognize me?
God, it’s been a year, it doesn’t surprise me

[Verse 2]
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I wrapped it up and sent it
With a note saying, “I love you”, I meant it
Now I know what a fool I’ve been
But if you kissed me now, you’d fool me again

[Chorus]
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart (Gave you my heart)
But the very next day, you gave it away (You gave it away)
This year, to save me from tears (Save me from tears)
I’ll give it to someone special

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh-oh, ooh-oh
Oh, give it to someone, oh, yeah

[Verse 3]
A crowded room, friends with tired eyes
I’m hiding from you and your soul of ice
(My God) I thought you were someone to rely on
I guess I was a shoulder to cry on

[Verse 4]
A face of a lover with a fire in his heart
A man under cover but you tore me apart
Yeah
Now I’ve found a real love, you’ll never fool me again

[Chorus]
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart (Gave you my heart)
But the very next day, you gave it away (You gave it away)
This year, to save me from tears (Save me from tears)
I’ll give it to someone special (I’ll give it to someone)
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart
But the very next day, you gave it away (You gave it away)
This year, to save me from tears (Save me from tears)
I’ll give it to someone special (Special)

[Outro]
A face of a lover with a fire in his heart (Fire in his heart)
A man under cover but you tore him apart (Apart)
Maybe next year
I’ll give it to someone, I’ll give it to someone special

Sal Houdini – Intro Lyrics

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(Verse 1)
I just came back from my hiatus
Dipped for a while was the quietest
Let some shit slide later violated, yeah
Please don’t start no convos unless you’re Rihanna
Used to be on 18th ave with this italiana
When I told her that I’m Greek she said make me éla
Damn
Sometimes I need to let go of the thing I love most
Sorry if we ever talked and I went ghost
I didn’t mean to leave you all alone
I’m just so throwed
Find it in your heart to forgive me if I was wrong
Sorry if I broke your heart and led you on
I didn’t mean to respond after so long
I’m just so gone

(Verse 2)
I’ve been gone for so long I almost forgot this shit
Hope I make it so the next album ain’t posthumous
Keep hearin’ my uncle tellin’ me you got this shit
All for my angel no way in hell I’m stoppin’ this
Came up with reasons why I shouldn’t be droppin’ this
Got to stop makin’ and then breakin’ them promises
Don’t even ask me, I don’t know what my problem is
I just want a couple of apologies
Everyone here that ever doubted me
Certain girls to tell me that they’re proud of me
Bitches that was always gettin’ loud with me
You must have a hearin’ disability
Say you feelin’ me, you never feelin’ me
Do this everytime, girl you’re killin’ me
You gon’ make me end it all chillingly
Willingly
Oh yeah

(Outro)
You gon’ make me end it all
You gon’ make me end it all

Russ – Line Em Up Lyrics

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[Verse 1: Russ]
Operation touch a b
I heard that money comes in waves they say I drowned at 23
And I’ve been drowning ever since
I might need counseling for this shit
Because I climbed the mountain fast and all I found was just a cliff
The lesson there
Is getting there is way more fun than getting there
But here we are compliantly got INC’s in Delaware
Dodged a couple Guinevere’s
Thank god I got no Lancelot’s
I’m a king I’m well aware
Of who’s inside my Camеlot
Couple women tryna bunk with me likе threes a company
Yalls crazy ass might be my shot of don but not my cup of tea
Once a week I lose my cool I’m probably downplaying
Gettin head in my trailer before I headline got the crowd waiting
My fault that’s just how I do sometimes I’m reckless
My fault that’s just how they do it down in Texas
To the people I gave love to
Who turned around told me fuck you
If you don’t heal what hurt you
You’ll bleed on someone who ain’t cut you
Wise words my momma sent
Why you think I’m single still
Ain’t met a chick as solid yet
I paid my sisters college debt
I’m just out here being chosen
Doors of opportunity keep creaking open
Lotta women claiming I’m they boyfriend like they B Simone
When really all we shared was just a fleeting moment
Y’all completely broken
Please just leave me alone it’s gettin kind of weird

[Chorus: Russ]
One by one (Yeah), two by two
Line ’em up, line ’em up, line ’em up
One by one, two by two
I’ma knock ’em all down, down

[Verse 2: Busta Rhymes]
Lord have mercy on my soul, I’m ’bout ship a couple of bricks
Ratchet by the Bible, on the dresser, call a preacher, quick
What we do to get this cake? Foul in every way we think
Lay down anything for food, quicker than the eye can blink
Flow, crazy, yeah, these shorties lickin’ coke up off my dick
Fuck the street’s a bitch, blasphemous to say this shit
Lord, forgive me, ’cause I know it’s crazy that I had these thoughts
Brag stash in the glove compartment
Hand up in the latest Porsche
Of course, and while she gobble me between the jaws
Money on my mind, lust devil bleedin’ through my pores
Savage with the way we live, sometimes escaping how we suffer
Spendin’ money like we stupid, grindin’ ’til it take me under
Keep my eye on every (Woof), cop the latest Maybach Zeppelin
Keep a [?] for the [?] state of the art, greatest weapons
And though we livin’ reckless, always try avoidin’ dyin’
Cross my heart and hope to live, while I hear my mama cryin’
Mama sittin’ and watch her son just grow from such a little angel
Morphe into a creature, she don’t recognize at the dinner table
Clueless and she can’t explain
How the hell did I become it, nigga with this darkest that do shit and sickness to her stomach
Fuck this shit sittin’ on the surface
Mama know my heart is good
I’m ain’t tryna save myself, I’m busy tryna save the hood
Yeah, I know that’s what they say
Find ourselves in endless trouble
Leavin’ youngins on the strip
Slide on couple hefty bundles
Grown-ups tell me that I’m shameful
How I claim I helped the people
Helpful as the ones creatin’, Heroine
For a junkies needle in one hand, now the other
Like them niggas talkin’ nonsense
Fuckin’ pusssy, [?] money, livin’ foul without a conscience
Sniffin’ coke, occasionally
Lace my weed when gettin’ blunted
Balance out my mental, give a homeless man a crispy hundred
We had church on Sunday, while I’m out here livin’ lies
And feel like the preacher lookin’ at me, steadily replyin’

[Chorus: Russ]
One by one, two by two
Line ’em up, line ’em up, line ’em up
One by one, two by two
I’ma knock ’em all down, down

Lil Pump – LIL PIMP BIG MAGA STEPPIN Lyrics

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[Intro]
Yeah (Yeah), Lil Pump (Yeah)
(You know I’m posted in the booth with the boof with Ronny J)
Brr

[Chorus]
Lil Pimp (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, ooh (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Brr)
Ride around town with a thick bitch, uh (Ayy)
Hundred round drum on a big stick, uh
Lil Pimp (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Ooh, ooh)
Lil Pimp, ooh (Brr), Lil Pimp (Yeah)
Ride around town with a thick bitch, uh (Huh?)
Hundred round drum on a big stick, uh (Yeah)
Lil Pimp (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp (Ayy, yeah)
Lil Pimp (Brr), Lil Pimp, uh (Yeah)
Got a whole foreign on my right wrist, yeah (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp (Ooh, yeah)
Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp (Ayy, ayy), yeah
Lil Pimp (Brr), Lil Pimp, uh (Yeah)
Got a whole foreign on my right wrist, yeah (Let’s go)

[Verse]
Got a whole foreign on my right wrist
Fuck a bad bitch, send her back to ISIS, uh
Look at all my diamonds, they bitin’
Got a Rolls truck with no license, ooh
And I’m screamin’ out “Fuck Sleepy Joe”
Bought a Lamb’ truck and I bought a boat
Fifty round drum with a telescope
Fuck a bad bitch from Mexico
Lil Pimp so conceited, ooh
Pour the whole eight for no reason, ooh
Junkies in the hood, they tweakin’, ooh
Dumb lil’ bitch, come eat it, ayy
Damn, I should’ve been in the NFL
Ooh, fuck
Wrappin’ the bricks, send them in the mail

[Chorus]
Lil Pimp (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, ooh (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Brr)
Ride around town with a thick bitch, uh (Ayy)
Hundred round drum on a big stick, uh
Lil Pimp (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Ooh, ooh)
Lil Pimp, ooh (Brr), Lil Pimp (Yeah)
Ride around town with a thick bitch, uh (Huh?)
Hundred round drum on a big stick, uh (Yeah)

[Outro]
Lil Pimp (Yeah), Lil Pimp (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp (Ayy, yeah)
Lil Pimp (Brr), Lil Pimp, uh (Yeah)
Got a whole foreign on my right wrist, yeah (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp (Ooh)
Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp, Lil Pimp (Ayy, ayy)
Lil Pimp (Brr), Lil Pimp, uh (Yeah)
Got a whole foreign on my right wrist, yeah (Let’s go)