Pink Sweat$ – Magic Lyrics

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[Intro]
Understood, yeah
Doo-doo, doo-doo, doo-doo
Doo-doo, doo-doo, doo-doo, doo-doo, doo, doo
Ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh

[Verse 1]
Can’t stop lookin’ in your eyes, I hate to see you cry
My love, my love, yeah
And you know I’d travel miles just to see you smile
My love, my love

[Chorus]
And I don’t know what you did
But every time we touch, it feels like magic
It’s like magic, oh
I don’t know where we’re goin’
But every time, a cold sweat when we’re right here
When we’re right here, oh

[Verse 2]
For a thousand years, I’d cry a thousand tears for your love
For your love, for your love
Anticipation, girl, I’m lеvitatin’
For your love, yeah, ooh, ooh (Yeah, say)

[Chorus]
I don’t know what you did (What you did)
But еvery time we touch (Every time), it feels like magic (Yeah)
It’s like magic, oh (Woo, ooh, ooh)
I don’t know where we’re goin’ (I don’t know where we’re goin’)
But every time, a cold sweat when we’re right here
When we’re right here, oh

[Bridge]
I can feel it (I can feel it)
Feels like magic (Feels like magic)
In my bones (In my bones)
In my bones (In my bones)
I can feel it (I can feel it)
Feels like magic (Feels like magic)
In my bones (Can’t stop)
In my bones

[Chorus]
I don’t know what you did
But every time we touch, it feels like magic
It’s like magic, oh (Huh)
I don’t know where we’re goin’
But every time, a cold sweat when we’re right here
When we’re right here, oh

Pink Sweat$ – PINK CITY Lyrics

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[Verse]
We were born in the rubber, yeah
We were raised in the mud
Yeah, it’s hard in the city
Where I’m from, mm
Tryna live, gotta make it
Make it out of the slum
Yeah, it’s hard in the city
The city where I’m from, mm

[Chorus]
When you’re cold and all alone
You can build you a city and call it home
And when I was lost and on my own
I got out of the city and made my own
Yeah
Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
Say, too-doo, doo-doo (Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh)
Say, too-doo, doo-doo, yeah
Oh woah, oh-oh, oh, oh-oh, yeah

[Instrumental Break]

[Chorus]
When you’re cold and all alone
You can build you a city and call it home
And when I was lost and on my own
I got out of the city and made my own
Yeah
Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
Say, too-doo, doo-doo (Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh)
Say, too-doo, doo-doo, yеah
Oh woah, oh-oh, oh, oh-oh, yeah

Pink Sweat$ – PINK FAMILY Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
Takin’ my time on this road, yeah
Protectin’ my heart and my soul
Troubles, they come and they go
This light of mine, let it glow

[Chorus]
I was born to win, oh-oh, woah, oh-oh
I was born to win, oh-oh, woah, oh-oh
We were born to win, yeah, yeah (Yeah)
Oh, no, no, don’t hide your light, let it show

[Verse 2]
No matter where we at, we gon’ shine regardless
I come from a place where the hopes never wait
And the only that matter is the smile on your face
See, I know how you feel, so I never turn away (Uh-huh)
Love is lovе, we deservе everything and above (Everything)
Everything I’m not made me everything I was (Yeah)
We gotta embrace our hearts and live it in the moment (Yeah)
As far as we can see is unlimited like the ocean (You know)
Goin’ through the motions and I’m still here to tell you
Don’t hide your light, let it shine in the nighttime
Let it shine, let it shine, yeah
I’m lookin’ high, prayers up to the skyline
Prayers up, prayers up
Don’t hide your light, let it shine in the nighttime
Let it shine, let it shine
I’m lookin’ high, prayers up

[Chorus]
I was born to win, oh-oh, woah, oh-oh
I was born to win, oh-oh, woah, oh-oh
We were born to win, yeah, yeah (Yeah)
Oh, no, no, don’t hide your light, let it show

[Outro]
I was born to win (Win)
I was born to win (Win)
We were born to win (Win), yeah, yeah (Yeah)
Oh, don’t hide your light, let it show (Win)
Ooh, ohh-woah
Don’t hide your light, let it show

Pink Sweat$ – PINK MONEY Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
Pack up your clothes and get the jet
If you’re sayin’ my name, just show respect
See, I’ma get mine with no regrets, yeah, hey
So show love when nothing’s left, yeah, hol’ up

[Pre-Chorus]
Just take your time
And I promise everything will be alright, hey, hey, ooh

[Chorus]
Hop out the back, that’s crazy
How much that whip you got cost? Eighty
Brand new shoes for my lil’ baby
And I can’t lose, I can’t lose, yeah, hey
Hop out the back, that’s crazy
How much that whip you got cost? Eighty
Brand new shoes for my lil’ baby
And I can’t lose, I can’t lose, yeah, hey

[Post-Chorus]
Ain’t stoppin’, ain’t stoppin’
Ain’t stoppin’, step back, don’t slip on the— slip on the sauce

[Verse 2]
I’m overpaid and underdressed
They be countin’ your pay like it’s the feds
I got too many vibes, I switch it up (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
When you blessed with the sauce, can’t give it up (Sauce, sauce), hol’ up

[Pre-Chorus]
Just take your time
And I promise everything will be alright, hey, hey, ooh

[Chorus]
Hop out the back, that’s crazy
How much that whip you got cost? Eighty
Brand new shoes for my lil’ baby
And I can’t lose, I can’t lose, yeah, hey
Hop out the back, that’s crazy
How much that whip you got cost? Eighty
Brand new shoes for my lil’ baby
And I can’t lose, I can’t lose, yeah, hey

[Post-Chorus]
Ain’t stoppin’, ain’t stoppin’
Ain’t stoppin’, step back, don’t slip on the— slip on the sauce

[Chorus]
Hop out the back, that’s crazy
How much that whip you got cost? Eighty
Brand new shoes for my lil’ baby
And I can’t lose, I can’t lose, yeah, hey
Hop out the back, that’s crazy
How much that whip you got cost? Eighty
Brand new shoes for my lil’ baby
And I can’t lose, I can’t lose, yeah, hey

[Post-Chorus]
Ain’t stoppin’, ain’t stoppin’
Ain’t stoppin’, step back, don’t slip on the— slip on the sauce
Ain’t stoppin’, ain’t stoppin’
Ain’t stoppin’, step back, don’t slip on the— slip on the sauce

Rita Ora & Imanbek – Bang Bang Lyrics

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[Intro]
Bang bang, na na na na na
Bang bang, na na na na na
Oh my god think I’m in trouble

[Verse 1]
Ooh, you showed up and made me wonder
Looking fun but kinda dangerous too
Yeah yeah, ooh, I can lift it off the ground
I don’t know what you’ve done but it’s just too good (Oh, yeah)

[Pre-Chorus]
Ooh, you’ve got something, think I want it
‘Cause I never felt the way that I do
Yeah, when I’m with you, you
It’s so hard to see through you and that’s why I want it

[Chorus]
Bang bang, look what you started
Bang bang, straight to my heart
It skipped a beat, you feel like trouble
Bang bang, baby I’ve got it
Bad bad, look what you started
Oh my god think I’m in trouble

[Drop]
Bang bang, na na na na na
Bang bang, na na na na na
Oh my god think I’m in trouble
Bang bang, na na na na na
Bang bang, na na na na na
Oh my god think I’m in trouble

[Verse 2]
Ooh, what’s the core of our connection?
Is it just that I know I’m bound to lose? (yeah, yeah)
Ooh, you’re a fire, my obsession
And want all of your devotion for good, yeah

[Pre-Chorus]
Ooh ooh, you got something, think I want it
‘Cause I never felt the way that I do, yeah
When I’m with you, you, it’s so hard to see through you
And that’s why I want it

[Chorus]
Bang bang, look what you started
Bang bang, straight to my heart
It skipped a beat, you feel like trouble
Bang bang, baby I’ve got it
Bad bad, look what you started
Oh my god think I’m in trouble

[Drop]
Bang bang, na na na na na
Bang bang, na na na na na
Oh my god think I’m in trouble
Bang bang, na na na na na
Bang bang, na na na na na
Oh my god think I’m in trouble

[Bridge]
Ooh, ooh
Ooh ooh, you got something, think I want it
‘Cause I never felt the way that I do, yeah
When I’m with you, you, it’s so hard to see through you
And that’s why I want it

[Chorus]
Bang bang, look what you started
Bang bang, straight to my heart
It skipped a beat, you feel like trouble
Bang bang, baby I’ve got it
Bad bad, look what you started
Oh my god think I’m in trouble

[Outro]
Bang bang, na na na na na
Bang bang, na na na na na

Rita Ora & Imanbek – Mood Lyrics

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[Verse 1: Rita Ora]
Been a long time we’ve been in love
Literal, literal, literal
Hope it ain’t love you lookin’ for, yuh
’cause I got something else here for ya
Look at my body, it’s physical, mmm
Gonna be naughty, yea, let it go
Hope it ain’t love you lookin’ for, yuh
’cause I been there, done that, and I know

[Pre-Chorus: Rita Ora]
Oh, what’s new? What’s good? What’s up?
What’s the mood? ‘Cause I’m changing it all up

[Chorus: Rita Ora]
Mmm, let me fuck up the mood
More ‘n’ more ‘n’ more
I switch it up so good
Mmm, I know you want it too
Stop frontin’, you’re in the mood
Good, good

[Post-Chorus: Rita Ora]
I switch it up so good
I switch it up so good
You gettin’ up on my, up on my
Up on my mood
(Good, good)
I switch it up so good
I switch it up so good
You gettin’ up on my, up on my
(Good, good)

[Verse 2: Rita Ora]
Strippin’ on poles, hotel rooms
In it for more if you’re feelin’ rude, mmm
Wе gettin’ along, I knew we would
Yеah, and I got some ideas for ya
Switch it up, switch it up, switch it up, yeah
Fuck it up, fuck it up, fuck it up, yeah
Here down, here down to turn up your vibes
And you know my intentions, don’t ya?

[Pre-Chorus: Rita Ora]
Yeah, what’s good? What’s new? What’s up?
What’s the mood when we change it all up?
Oh, no, no, oh
What’s the mood? ‘Cause I’m changing it all up

[Chorus: Rita Ora & KHEA]
Mmm, let me fuck up the mood
More ‘n’ more ‘n’ more
I switch it up so good
Mmm, I know you want it too
Stop frontin’, you’re in the mood
Good, good

[Post-Chorus: Rita Ora]
I switch it up so good
I switch it up so good
You gettin’ up on my, up on my
Up on my mood
I switch it up so good (Yeah, yeah)
I switch it up so good (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
You gettin’ up on my, up on my (Ey, ey)
(Good, good)

[Verse 3: KHEA]
Ey (Ey, ey)
Yo no queiro tomar (Ah)
Pero voy a comprarte mucho’ diamante’
Ropa de marca: Gucci, Gabbana, Prada (Ah)
Chanel, Christian Dior (Eh)
Pedime lo que quiera’, llega rápido (Ah)
Matando tiburone’ y cocodrilo’ (¡Wuh!)
Millonario el niño latino (Skrrt, skrrt, skrrt, skrrt)
Bitch, muévelo, muévelo (Yah, skrrt)
Tú no está’ buscando amor (Skrrt, skrrt, skrrt), tampoco lo busco yo (Yo; ¡rra!)
Fuma hookah, weed, wax, también vaporizador (Hey)
No te traje en un Backwood, que se lo fuma to’ (Se lo fuma; fuma to’, fuma to’)
Bitch, muévelo, muévelo (Se lo fuma)
Tú no está’ buscando amor (Ey, ey), tampoco lo busco yo (¡Rrr!)
Fuma hookah, weed, wax, también vaporizador (Skrrt)
No te traje en un Backwood, que se lo fuma to’ (Skrrt; yeah; fuma to’)

[Pre-Chorus: KHEA]
Te dejo que manejes la situación (Yeah)
Pero mi cuello está frío como mi corazón (My heart)
Solo por esta noche tú vas a ser my girl (My girl)
Desenmuta esta piel, okey (Yeah)

[Chorus: Rita Ora]
Mmm, let me fuck up the mood
More ‘n’ more ‘n’ more
I switch it up so good
Mmm, I know you want it too
Stop frontin’, you’re in the mood
Good, good

[Post-Chorus: Rita Ora]
I switch it up so good
I switch it up so good
You gettin’ up on my, up on my
Up on my
I switch it up so good
I switch it up so good
You gettin’ up on my, up on my mood
I switch it up so good
I switch it up so good
You gettin’ up on my, up on my mood
(Good, good)

Fantan Mojah Says No Apology For Mutabaruka, Rasta High Priest Endorses Raunchy Video

Fantan Mojah stans firm in the midst of criticism over his “Fire King” video and refuses to apologize to Mutabaruka.

Since Fantan Mojah released his raunchy video for his latest track, “Fire King,” he has come under heavy criticism from several veterans in the genre. One veteran poet, Mutabaruka, has been very vocal with his critique, and the back and forth has caused a rift between the two. Mojah has since apologized to the Marley family, who also raised concerns but has publicly said he refuses to apologize to Mutabaruka. He stood by his comments while being interviewed recently on On Stage with Winford Williams.

“Muta have to aplogise to me first. Me never dis you, you dis me,” he said. With a pained voice, he added that the poet’s comments had traumatized his children, who are big fans. He added that he also listens to Mutabruka’s program on Irie FM.

“Fe years me is a fan of Muta, me woulda never ever, try fe say something bad fe hurt Muta’s feelings because we look up to Muta.” Mojah said that he felt slighted by the poet’s actions and that he is not afraid of any defamation lawsuit as he intends to sue first if it comes to that. “If ah sue yuh go me go back ah sue you to,” he added. He apologized to Cindy Breakspeare but said he has no interest in apologizing to Mutabaruka.

Mojah stands by his song and the video, and he made that clear. In fact, he said that his fans know that he did nothing wrong because it’s just music and “religion nah inna music.” He added that he had been true to the culture and had recorded many songs about consciousness, and he is quite surprised at how heavily he is being criticized for dropping “one dancehall song.” He coined a term for his critics, calling them “reggae police” as he questioned where the outcry was for other artistes doing worse.

He maintained that he is fully committed to Rastafarianism and does not see a connection between his video and his faith. “Winford, yuh nuh si mi a turban man. Wi a Rasta, by law an by birth,” he said. On the issue of the skimpy clothing of the women in the video, he said that it was okay for Rastafarians to represent themselves as clean and that clothing was just another construct created by society.

“Look pon it dis way. Rasta must clean. Yuh mus have on nice clothes… good clothes an nice tings. Rasta mus look good. Suh who a try dis stuck up ting and dis one bag a cloth ting, mi nuh inna it Winford. Mi nuh inna it wid dem enuh,” he said.

The “Most High Jah” singer said he served his majesty (King Haile Selassie) and Emannuel and so he would not let his detractors bring him down.

“Listen yuh si di last time me check, an di few time me check, a just His Majesty mi know bout enuh. Mi know bout Prince Emmanuel and Marcus. Suh yuh si di likkle man dem weh a try shub in demself like dem a God Almighty and dem is dis man yah, dem betta behave demself,” he added.

He questioned why it’s only when a rasta tries to do something new that everyone has negative comments to make. “In ah themself, them fe know that music nah have one lane, it have whole heap a lane,” he continued. Added to this, Rastafarianism should be about love, and people who claim to be part of the movement should not go around bashing people for their effort.

According to Fantan Mojah, even Rastafarian elder Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith, also known as the High Priest of Reggae Guitar, has no problem with the video. In fact, he likes it. “You know seh a one elder I link more time. Yeh, mi link few a dem but mi can call dah one yah name. Yuh si Chinna Smith, real godfaada; him nu hide nuttn. Chinna Smith a one a di teacha inna music,” he said.

He added: “Suh if mi godfaada neva cool with it him would call mi and seh “Fantan mi nu like it enuh”. Di man like it from di first day him see it. Yeh…Very first day him si it him like it.”

Mojah shared that he believed his video was still tame when compared to Intence’s “Pickachu” video, which also drew heavy criticism because of a scene where the artiste ashes a joint in a woman’s mouth.

“Look at it dis way. Rememba I nuh have no girl inna it yuh know Winford, weh mi a smoke and use dem mouth as ash tray. Yuh nuh si dat inna mi video,” he said. There is also no inappropriate content in his video, he went on to say.

“Yuh nuh si no two girl a kiss inna mi video. Yuh si a video wid some girl inna swimwear. Swimwear; look good, bath suit, dem look good inna dem ting, perform inna mi video, yea, nice, properly.” He added that the song has done well for his career and that he stands by his music.

Popcaan Drops “Gyalentine’s” EP On Valentine’s Day – Listen It

Popcaan released a 4-track EP for Valentine’s Day.

Love is in the air and so are the seductive sounds of the Unruly boss. The dancehall star released his new EP Gyalentine’s on February 14 in honor of the title’s wordplay. The project is currently available on Apple Music and consists of four songs, all perfectly produced to attract the Unruly females.

The 12-minute record includes songs like “Feel Right,” “Good Only,” “Bruck It Off,” and “Wine All Day,” which are all new releases. Popcaan announced the new EP to his 2.4 million Instagram followers on Valentine’s day. “For Da Lady’s My Dainty Babes #Ghost Voice Link In my Bio,” he wrote alongside a photo of the erotic album cover and tracklist.

Gyalentine’s is an Unruly Entertainment production. It follows Popcaan’s debut EP Fixtape, which arrived in the summer of 2020. Fans are siked that the 876Gud decided to drop a project so early in the year especially having just released his freshman EP in August and dropping so many singles and music videos in between.

One fan took to the comments to say, “U jus a drop song suh, dem dead,” she wrote with a bawling emoji. Others are begging Popcaan to make his new EP available on Spotify. “Yyyyyyyyyy not SPOTIFY,” one fan commented teary-eyed. “Pleaseee put it on Spotify,” someone else implored in another top comment.

Though Popcaan was feeling the love yesterday and dropped off four brand new songs to commemorate that, the deejay spent his Valentine’s Sunday drinking and having a good time with friends. The OVO-signee shared a video to Instagram of him and his luxurious convoy going up to the island’s north coast for the soiree. “Cheers to the weekend,” Popcaan said in the video, raising his joint and wine cup.

Have you listened to Popcaan’s Gyalentine’s yet?

Meek Mill Teases Tekashi69 & Wack 100 Diss Track Accuse Wack Working With Police

Meek Mill may have a new Tekashi69 diss track on the way and is firing back at Wack 100.

Meek Mill is taking no hostage as he goes after Wack 100, who has inserted himself into the drama with Tekashi 6ix9ine, calling him an “old manipulator” and accused him of working with federal authorities. Over the weekend, Meek posted that 69 stalked him outside of a restaurant and baited him into a confrontation while they were surrounded by cops. However, the Dreamchaser rapper ignored 69, who later sought to troll him as being unable to defend himself in public.

Uninvited, Wack 100 released a 9 minutes video on his Instagram as he called out Meek Mill for not fighting Tekashi 6ix9ine when he had the chance.

Meek Mill, on the other hand, says the run-in with the New York rapper was a set-up. He doesn’t believe the incident is by chance and feels that 6ix9ine was being a jail bait to get him locked up.

“The headline should be: he waited outside a restaurant and popped up with the cops recording with his phone out! He tried to line me up to go to jail,” the rapper said as he shared a Shaderoom video of the confrontation with a headline that the two men ran into each other and got into it.

The headline should be: he waited outside a restaurant and popped up with the cops recording with his phone out! He tried to line me up to go to jail! https://t.co/gWAK3AEnbG

— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) February 14, 2021

Wack 100 though feels that Meek should have laid hands on Tekashi and saw him as acting weak for not doing so. However, Meek doesn’t seem to like Wack, who is The Game’s longtime manager, inserting himself into the incident. He retorted by posting on social media a recording that’s now-deleted with Wack purportedly speaking to Meek while backstabbing one of his closest friends. He also accused Wack of being a federal agent.

“This @wack100 talking behind his ‘blood homie’ back to me when he supposed to be smoke! Never believe this old manipulator,” Meek lashed out.

Meek Mill and Wack 100 have had bad blood for many years, and while they are now not on good terms, that wasn’t always the case. Wack was the mediator in the beef between The Game and Meek over allegations of snitching in 2016 in relation to a robbery involving Sean Kingston.

The Game later dropped the beef as he noted his longstanding friendship with Meek in and out of music.

The Philly MC and Wack’s beef was re-ignited after Wack said in 2019 that Nipsey Hussle was not a hip hop legend, and Meek Mill shaded Wack when he said, “Nipsey a legend and the definition of [a] real black man.”

Meek Mill has been making amends since his run-ins with the law. As part of his reintegration into society, he has undertaken various charitable projects, taken on justice reform activism. The Philly rapper has been working with underprivileged families and children, providing hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships and educational resources.

Meek is now putting Tekashi 6ix9ine on alert after previewing what sounds like a diss track. “You a b**ch, he a rat/ You on the ‘Gram, like, who is that?” Meek raps.

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Kodak Black’s Iced Out Face Mask Wore To Greet Fans Cost $30K

Kodak Black might be the owner of the most expensive face mask.

Since the Covid-19 pandemic started, masks have become the latest staple in fashion trends worldwide. As time progresses, the masks are becoming more elaborate and extravagant. Kodak Black is the first to receive a diamond-encrusted Sniper Gang mask from famous jeweler Johnny Dang. Johnny Dang & Company is known for making diamond-covered chains, pendants and grills, and other accessories that nowadays rappers seem to love. The mask is rumored to be worth US$30,000, and while fans are amazed by this purchase, they are having second thoughts about getting one for themselves.

Fans expressed comments like, “That’s crazy to pay $30,000 fir a mask… but I kinda want one.”

Kodak Black, whose real name is Bill Kapri, has remained low key since his release from prison in January. The rapper was among four Hip Hop artists, including Lil Wayne, that former president Donald Trump pardoned during his tenure.

Over the last few days, Kodak Black was spotted at an event in Tampa, Florida, where he was honored for his charitable efforts. His lawyer Bradford Cohen revealed that they had sent a letter to the FBI office in Miami in which he stated that Kodak would cover the costs for the two children of late FBI agent Laura Schwartzenberger and the only child of late FBI agent Daniel Alfin. The two agents were dedicated to preventing crimes against children.

His offer to help the families of the FBI agents is no surprise. Even before his legal issues began, Kodak was always ready to lend a helping hand in his community, whether at large scale charity events or by making contributions to individual persons.

It appears that following his event, he visited a nightclub to make use of his latest chance at freedom. As there is still a pandemic going on, he came out full force with some stylish and blinding face protection.

Even though a 30K diamond-covered mask might not become the next popular trend, fans also indicated that such a luxury item is definitely for the rich and famous with comments such as, “he breathing money out of that mask.”

Kodak Black’s security not playing ? pic.twitter.com/PGKoG6JCVK

— My Mixtapez (@mymixtapez) February 8, 2021

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Lawyer Slams ‘Supervillain’ Director For Calling Him ‘Horrible Human Being’

The director of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s upcoming documentary Supervillain says the rapper is truly a horrible human being, and master manipulator, and now 69’s lawyer is clapping back.

His highly-publicized return to hip-hop seemed to be dying down by late last year, but it’s now rising from the ashes. Tekashi 6ix9ine has had a few things in the pipeline since he got an early release from prison in April 2020. In addition to his new albums, the rapper would star in a number of features documenting his infamous story. One of the documentaries, titled Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine, is set to make its debuts on SHOWTIME next Sunday (Feb. 21). The director Karam Gill did an interview with Page Six ahead of the premiere and revealed a perspective many would never have guessed.

According to Gill, he wasn’t so inclined to take on a story like Tekashi 6ix9ine’s initially. Still, he wanted the opportunity to shed some light on a broader idea and a significant time in hip-hop and its culture. Though 69 generally goes viral for seemingly being dumb, he’s reportedly quite smart about it. Gill says, “I think viewers will be shocked to realize how hyper calculated [he is],” he reportedly told Page Six. “Tekashi was someone who never did anything online on accident. Every click, word, and action online was designed with care to spark a reaction. I never really wanted to explore Tekashi’s story specifically and was hesitant about the project at first because of how he has been such a toxic individual in our culture.

“But from a wider scope, I realized it’s an extremely important story that shines a light on where we are as a culture. We’re living in the era of manufactured celebrity, where people can create inauthentic online personas and rise to fame without any talent or morals. Tekashi’s story is exactly that — he’s someone who realized the power of having your own platform.”

Gill explained that he never even met Tekashi 6ix9ine during the making of the documentary. He told the publication that the larger production team recorded the “post-prison tapes” that will be featured as the main interview in the film. While Gill did not shy away from an honest critique, he similarly could not deny that Tekashi 6ix9ine was the perfect muse for such a project.

“I was surprised to find out how much of a social media mastermind [Tekashi] truly was,” Gill admitted. “His understanding of how human beings operate on these platforms is incredible. The public and media hates him because he is truly a horrible human being who has done terrible things. And from an overall perspective, he loves to instigate and aggravate which is something that naturally sparks a reaction.”

The director added a profound statement that injected the controversial rapper into a much larger plot. One that would deface the superficial makeup of fame and influence today. “To me this project was an opportunity to capture this time in human history, a time where we have seen pop culture figures, and even presidents, shape their own realities and manipulate us all through digital media.”

To that end, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s story is just an anecdote in a much bigger lesson for all of us.

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, has now fired back at Karam Gill telling TMZ that the rainbow-haired rapper is the opposite of what the director referred to him as.

In the end, this is all the publicity that 69’s documentary needs.

Bow Wow Gets Into Beef With WWE After Announcing Wrestler Career

Bow Wow got some new beef to deal with and it’s not related to hip hop.

Bow Wow, aka Shadmoss, is known for his confidence, and that gives him a boost to do just about whatever he puts his mind to. His latest pursuit has seen him end up in a social media war as he thinks he has what it takes to be a wrestler, but some professionals in the sport feel he should leave the idea alone.

He’s been trending lately for many reasons, and this time it seems like he’s going at it with some WWE stars. His latest aspiration to become a WWE Champion has been shot down by some of the professionals in the business. He used his Twitter account to address the backlash.

“A lot of the wrestlers who are coming for me on twitter should be happy im going back and forth. Most have like 70k followers. Im actually helping you become a bigger name (million dollar man laugh) how you on RAW with 50k followers. Something not adding up,” he posted.

A lot of the wrestlers who are coming for me on twitter should be happy im going back and forth. Most have like 70k followers. Im actually helping you become a bigger name ?? (million dollar man laugh) how you on RAW with 50k followers. Something not adding up. ?

— Bow Wow (@smoss) February 15, 2021

He followed that up with another message, this time on Instagram. “Its gone hurt when i win a title before they do daamn… how yall let like mike come in and ruffle your feathers #BOWWOWWWE.” He wasn’t done there as he added, “From hit records to movies to hosting to future wwe champion. #believe.”

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At least one pro wrestler Damian Priest responded to Bow Wow’s challenge. After Bow Wow, Tweeted, “Hey @ArcherOfInfamy tell your little pet bad bunny I’ve been watching… and im not impressed. Eyes Rabbit face No entry sign … i got @TheRealMorrison back! Stop hiding from the REAL mr bunny.” Priest responded: “Ha! Not impressed huh? Every Monday we’re living what you’re chasing homie. But by all means, keep shooting blanks on Twitter.”

It doesn’t seem like any of the comments are meant to be taken seriously, though, and it may all be a bit of fun and some hype to get him in the game. When a fan asked him if the beef was real, he said, “Naw damian cool. Just poking at em a lil bit!” It’s really not that surprising that he wants to get into wrestling as he’s a long-time fan of WWE, as evidenced by his throwback photo with Omarion at the 2007 WWE event in NYC.

Naw damian cool. Just poking at em a lil bit! https://t.co/5nAzKrKxXi

— Bow Wow (@smoss) February 15, 2021

Take a look at some of the Tweets that Bow Wow made concerning his apparent impending career in the ring.

The conversations have been had. DAILY. Whether you like it or not, im coming to WWE! ? see you soon CHRISTOPHER ?? https://t.co/N0EEx6M0iM

— Bow Wow (@smoss) February 13, 2021

He def don’t want the ? ? https://t.co/nqVTXiJj29

— Bow Wow (@smoss) February 15, 2021

I want bad bunny. But retribution jumped out on me first. Id love to bring them down 1 by 1 https://t.co/cCF3ep37Mi

— Bow Wow (@smoss) February 15, 2021

I have officially decided to train with my boy @TheREALRIKISHI at his gym in California to get ready for the @wwe . LOCKED IN

— Bow Wow (@smoss) February 15, 2021

Kodak Black Honors Parkland Shooting Victims With $100K Scholarship On Anniversary

Kodak Black is living up to his promise of giving back to the community in exchange for being pardoned by former President Donald Trump.

The “No Flockin’ rapper launched a scholarship in the name of one of his fans who was killed in the mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school three years ago. The deadly school shooting in 2018 rocked the nation as 17 victims that included students and staff, were gunned down, and 17 others injured in what was a re-enacting of the Columbine school massacre decades ago. The assailant, another student Nikolas Cruz

The rapper was among the more than 100 people in attendance in Parkland, FL, for the memorial to remember the victims. For Kodak Black, his attendance was especially for Meadow Pollack — one of the students killed who was a staunch fan of his music.

Bradford Cohen, Attorney-at-Law for Kodak Black, says the rapper found out that he was Pollack’s favorite recording artist, which led to him wanting to name a scholarship after her in remembrance. The scholarship is valued $100k and established at the Nova Southeastern University Law School for students wanting to study justice reform.

Pollack’s brother, Hunter Pollack, is presently at the same school pursuing studies. In a speech to the attendees, Kodak noted that the victims were young and did not deserve to die like thugs. “Pollack she is so beautiful…I’m gonna help and hope me setting up the scholarship will make a difference, you know, I just want to make a positive impact on this community.”

Kodak also shared a special moment with Hunter as they lit candles in memory of her and the other victims.

The school shooting has triggered increased calls for gun legislation to restrict easy access. Meanwhile, the victims of the Parkland shooting would have graduated this year. However, with covid-19, the students are likely to have digital graduation as they move on with their respective lives, hoping to close out the trauma they suffered three years ago.

Wack 100 Says Meek Mill Takes An L From Tekashi 6ix9ine, Meek Respond

Meek Mill is going at it with Wack 100 online, following the hip-hop commentator criticizing him amid his encounter with Tekashi 6ix9ine.

The viral video of Meek Mill supposedly getting ambushed by Tekashi 6ix9ine and his muscle has incited many interesting reactions. While some fans say the rapper showed a keen restraint and deserves credit for not going to the mat with his longtime rival, others think Meek Mill lost points for not backing all that big talk he’s had for the police informant-returned-rapper. Wack 100 addressed the situation in a video where he accused Meek Mill of “talkin’ greasy” about 6ix9ine for months yet failing to take a shot at the convicted rapper when he had the chance.

Meek Mill took to Twitter after the incident to claim that 69 was trying to get him arrested. They both accused each other of having police with them while they recorded the brief screaming match. According to Wack 100, just the mere fact that Meek didn’t lay hands on Tekashi 6ix9ine after getting run up on means rats are up one and rappers nil.

“I don’t wanna hear that you don’t wanna go back to jail n***a f**k all that. Don’t address the rat, don’t talk like it’s on with the rat if you goin’ pick and choose when it can be on,” said Wack in the video he posted on IGTV. “IF YOUR WORRIED ABOUT THE CONSIQUENCE OF A BEEF STOP BEEFING [sic],” he wrote in the caption. He then called Meek’s actions “selective politicing” and highlighted the contrast between the way the Philadelphia rapper handled the Safaree situation and how he dealt with 69.

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“@safaree was chased down right #SelectivePoliticing -I keep it real,” Wack continued. “If any man I gotta issue with approached me in a threatening way you will be attacked. Your team against mine if that’s the set up. Either way it’s suppose to be smoke. #RattsUp1 – Fact YOU GOT PULLED UP ON —— DONT GRAB THE CAMERA BALL YA FIST UP OR GRAB THE PEACE MAKER —- [sic].”

Meek Mill responded by posting a video of Wack 100 allegedly bad talking his friend to him, which surprised a lot of people because no one thought they were that close. As if enough radars weren’t up on Meek’s apparent rat tolerance, the rapper went ahead and mingled further with the concept of informing when he shared the recorded phone conversation.

“This is @wack100 talking behind his ‘blood homie’ back to me when he supposed to be smoke!” Meek wrote in the caption. “Never believe this old manipulator. He really pu**y and will have you crash to protect hisself… It’s sad you out here tryna mislead the youngins on the net… You run up on me if you wanna set a example!”

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The rapper soon deleted the post, perhaps under the wise advisement of his less livid self after the fact. Wack responded nevertheless by posting the infamous video of Safaree and Meek Mill’s showdown in the streets from a couple of years ago. “If you jealous of me and want it wit me… we could of did that in person easily! You know how I rock,” Meek told Wack 100 in the comments.

The latest jab in the back and forth comes from Wack 100, who shared a vlog critic’s take on Meek’s recent run-in with 69. In the video, the host questions if Meek Mill had a manufactured ordeal with the “Gooba” and is doing it all for clout. Wack cosigned the argument in the caption writing, “#MEEKWASHINGTON THE ACTOR #JordanTower don’t know you but your on point with this one,” he wrote, shouting out the commentator. “We wanna know why you [Meek Mill] folded – It’s one thing to have a phobia for rats but this one doesn’t have a tail.”

Do you think Meek Mill is in cahoots with Tekashi 6ix9ine to gain some mutual clout?

Rihanna Turn Heads While Channeling Popcaan’s “Naked” To Promote Savage X Fenty

Rihanna recites her favorite Popcaan line to promote her new Savage X Fenty line.

It’s no secret that Rihanna is a huge fan of reggae/dancehall music, and now we know who is her favorite active act in the genre right now, Popcaan. The Bajan pop beauty turn heads on Instagram as she posed topless while promoting her new line of Savage X Fenty lingerie. But it’s her caption that got dancehall fans excited, including fans of the Unruly Boss after she quoted some lyrics from his smash hit single, “Naked,” featured on his 2018 album, Forever.

“When @popcaanmusic said “me nuh wan ya wear no lingerie tonight fa me girl” @savagexfenty,” RiRi wrote.

Her post comes on the heels of Valentine’s Day celebration, where this Popcaan joint is, without doubt, a part of last weekend’s playlist. If you’re hungry for more music from the St. Thomas native, then you’re in luck because he also dropped off his Gyalentine’s EP on Sunday with some fresh new dancehall bangers fitting for love season.

Fans are now calling for a Rihanna and Popcaan collaboration in light of her highly anticipated dancehall album R9, which she teased over the weekend. “A Poppy and RiRI collab would be fire make it happen sis for R9,” one fan wrote. Another fan added, “A collab is what we want this would be the biggest song of the year easy.”

Celebrities are also reacting to RiRi’s post on IG, with most alluding to how drop-dead gorgeous she is. “omg how are you so beautiful,” Chloe Bailey wrote while adding some heart eye emojis.

Rihanna is currently working on her oft-delayed R9 album, which she promised her fans will worth the wait. Her last project, ANTI, was released back in 2016, and despite it being half a decade old, the pop star remains one of the most streamed artists on the planet right now.

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Urban Islandz previously reported that Rihanna’s next album will be a dancehall project as she goes back to her roots. Sources also told us that she could be dropping a double album with one part dancehall and the other part pop. Whichever genre she decided on in the end, one thing will always remain true, Rihanna, like the rest of us, love some good authentic dancehall music.

Hubert Kah – Goldene Zeiten Lyrics

Wir sehn besser aus
Wir sind der Zeit voraus
Wir fahrn weiter fort

Wir werden schneller braun
Wir müssen kaum noch kauen
Wir treiben viel mehr Sport
Wir brauchen keine Sonne mehr, oh…
Wir sind so souverän
Wir kaufen teurer ein
Wir sind nicht mehr so fein
Wir denken nicht mehr nach

Wir sehen bunter fern
Haben uns selber gern
Und bleiben länger wach
Wir brauchen keine Sterne mehr, oh…

(Refrain:)
Es geht uns jeden Tag besser
Goldene Zeiten
Das Paradies ist Wirklichkeit, oh wie schön

Goldene Zeiten, ja es ist so weit
Goldene Zeiten, die neue Welt ist endlich da
Oh wie schön
Goldene Zeiten, ja es ist so weit

Wir sagen lauter “nein”
Richten uns schöner ein
Und machen leichter Geld
Wir hören mehr Radio
Und sehn mehr Video
Gewalt, die uns gefällt
Wir brauchen keine Phantasie, oh…

(Refrain)

Goldene Zeiten… (x2)

(Refrain x2)

Goldene Zeiten…
Oh wie schön
Goldene Zeiten…
Oh wie schön
Goldene Zeiten…

Mel & Kim – More Than Words Can Say Lyrics

Took a look to the future
Thought I could see love slippin’ away-ay-ay
And I just couldn’t take it
But I never forget you
I couldn’t get by ano-other day-ay-ay
And I just wouldn’t make it

Could I tell ya how much I need you
How ever far away, yeah-eah
Could I tell ya how much I miss you
So mu-uch more than words can say

I love you more than words
Can say-ay-ay-ay-ay, ay-ay, ay-ay

Took a look in my mirror
Thought I could see love fading away-ay-ay
And I just couldn’t face it
And I dreamt that you left me
Takin’ away the light from my day-ay-ay
And I couldn’t replace it

Could I tell ya how much I need you
How ever far away, yeah-eah
Could I tell ya how much I miss you

So mu-uch more than words can say

It can take a long time to realise that your mine
But you can be a fool fore-ever
You’re not forever, you’re not fore-ever
Woh-oh

Took a look to the future
Thought I could see love slippin’ away-ay-ay
And I just couldn’t take it

Could I tell ya how much I need you
How ever far away, yeah-eah
Could I tell ya how much I miss you
So mu-uch more than words can say

Could I tell ya how much I need you
How ever far away, yeah-eah
Could I tell ya how much I miss you
So mu-uch more than words can say

Could I tell ya how much I need you
How ever far away, yeah-eah
Could I tell you how much I miss you
[fade]

Blink-182 – 13 Miles Lyrics

13 miles down the road lives a young boy
he’s got jet black hair and blue-green eyes
and he’s mine
and every now and then, he and I
would sit together on the porch
and I take off his pants
and I f*ck him from behind

And I love him for his heart and soul
and I love his wrinkled scrotum too
so if you see us passing by
on some dreary rainy day
take a look at the young boy
and his naked asshole

Black Funeral – Bathory Incarnate (goddess Of Death Arises) Lyrics

“Won’t you look into my fog encased eyes, to be damned for all time!”
Baphomet incarnate, perceive my goddess being 77
you are all, fill thy bath with crimson

I entrance you as a silhouette on a bloodstained wall
to send thee visions of enrapture
allow my gloved hands to caress thy pale skin
before I defile thee and bathe in the force of life…

I shall send the opfer to a rancorous demise
and walk as a shadow in the black of night
for my will is of the Goddes of Death…Baphomet

Incarnate!
Lillith, thou have returned to flesh
thus have bred pure strength
let the angel’s wings be as their shrouds of death
and their smiles fade as though they were never…

Mastodonic forces summoned by chant and tetrahedron,
while the moon hangs low and red with a drop of blood
and the voice of command maldorous corpses rise to my
bidding to serve this malicious goddess of the black earth
Let their voices be screams…
behold Stregoica, she who bathes in blood…

Godsmack – Changes Lyrics

All or nothing
It’s sometimes life’s between what’s undecided
And all for nothing
It seems I’m wasting my time

Don’t look down on me
Like I don’t know anything that I’ve been doing
You talk down to me
It’s time you take a better look inside

I’ll never be the same
I’m moving back onto my ways
I’m looking for changes into my way

Bow down to me
Taken your pride and stuff it down inside
Vows are ruined
Losing my faith, losing time

Better off you than me
I just can’t stand another day when you’re in my way

A long time brewing
It’s time you kiss your ass goodbye

I’ll never be the same
I’m moving back onto my ways
I’m looking for changes

I’ll never be the same
I’m moving back onto my ways
I’m looking for changes into my way

I’ll never be the same
I’m moving back onto my ways
I’m looking for changes

I’ll never be the same
I’m moving back onto my ways
I’m looking for changes
I’m looking for changes into my way
Into my way
Into my

Divinefire – Out Of The Darkness Lyrics

I was out in the cold
I was searching for the answer
My life’s a total mess
My race for fortune and fame
It was the total dream
And all I got was city stress
I want out of the darkness (Glory thy Name)
And into your light

Through fire and water (Open my eyes)
Please show me what’s right
I was moving around
And everything was black
Life tasted bitter sweet
They left me out in the cold
I don’t know where to go
All I got was city stress

Adam Carroll – Blondie And Dagwood Lyrics

He’s got papers on his desktop, they’re stacked up in a bunch
Dagwood worked for decades, he’s never been promoted once
Blondie’s got the lunch crowd in a catering cafe
She’s tired of making meatloaf, it’s time to get away

Hey Blondie you’re looking pretty good for a girl who’s 82
Hey Blondie out of all those high society women, he chose you
And Dagwood get off the couch, don’t you fall asleep so soon
You gotta take her up on the roof and take a look at the moon
Dagwood’s not the morning guy so he makes the car pool late
The bossman cut vacation back and he never gets a break
The fashion cleaner lady says I hope you’re not upset

But your wife picked up the laundry, she’s afraid you’d forget
Chorus
Black and white on workdays, how fast the weekend flies
Sunday morning colors help to open up our eyes
She says I love you Dagwood and with that love comes trust
I think a little bit of rooftop romance just might do the trick for us
Chorus
I’ve got trouble on my T.V, I got bad news in my car
I can always count on those two cause I know right where they are
So I flip on past the real world spill my coffee on the page
And I find that some old couple whose true love won’t ever change
Chorus

Hand Of Mercy – Gtfo Lyrics

GET THE f*ck OUT !

This time hes come to rip apart,
Every bit of fun we ever had,
We will not stand in his way,
For it will throw us down.

Don’t have to fake who,
Cant see the truth,
Open ya’ mind,
And we’re breaking through.

Fall down to your knees,
Never to be seen again,
Pick up all the things you lost when you,
Slowly past away,
Then you remembered the life,
You once owned.
You can’t forget the past and head towards,
The future first.

It’s not right for you,
It’s not right to do,
Control your mind,
You’re breaking through.

Fall down to your knees,
Never to be seen again,
Pick up all the things you lost when you slowly past
away,

Then you remembered the life you once owned,
You can’t forget about the past and head towards the
future first.

It’s time to know how far,
These f*cking games will go,
We cannot play for long,
I’ll show you how you should

Lulu Santos – Um Certo Alguem Lyrics

(Lulu Santos – Ronaldo Bastos)
Devo evitar teus olhos
Mas não pude reagir
Fico à vontade, então
Acho que é bobagem
A mania de fingir
Negando a intenção (faça não)
Quando um certo alguém
Cruzou o teu caminho
E te mudou a direção
Chego a ficar sem jeito
Mas não deixo de seguir
A tua aparição
Quando um certo alguém

Desperta o sentimento
É melhor não resistir
E se entregar
Me dê a mão, vem ser a minha estrela
Complicação tão fácil de entender
Vamos dançar, luzir a madrugada
Inspiração pra tudo que eu viver…
André Velloso – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
alv@domain.com.br

Kingston Trio – Sing We Noel Lyrics

Dave Guard

Noel! Noel! Noel! Noel! Noel!

Sing we now of Christmas. Noel sing we here. Sing our grateful praises to the maid so dear.

Chorus:
Sing we Noel! The King is born, Noel! Sing we now of Christmas. Sing we here, Noel!
Noel! Noel! Noel! Noel! Noel!

From the Eastern kingdoms come the wise men far. Bearing ancient treasure. Following yonder star.

(Chorus)

Noel!

From the distant mountains, hear the trumpet sound. With angelic blessings on the silent town.

(Chorus)
Noel!

Come let us surround Him on this magic night. Gather here around Him. Wondrous Babe of light.

(Chorus and repeat first verse and chorus)

Dial Down Man – Maybe Tomorrow Lyrics

If the sky is falling
I wanna go out
When The night is fading
So is my soul x2

We need some time
To make up our minds
Some time to think straight
I’ll dive inside your brain
Just to let you know
That there is no need to stay
If maybe tomorrow it will fade out again

(Bridge)

When it’s getting colder I can’t feel my bones
If I get caught by the future
I won’t make sense at all

When everybody is leaving
Where should I go?
Where everybody is walking
Why do I run? x2

We need some time
To make up our minds
Some time to think straight
I’ll dive inside your brain
Just to let you know
That there is no need to stay
If maybe tomorrow I will fade out again
No reason to stay
If maybe tomorrow it will die again
No reason to stay
If maybe tomorrow… x3

Megan Thee Stallion – Southside Forever Freestyle

[#MeganMondays]

Check out the Lyrics below:

Please, bitch, do not try to cap on me
Like I ain’t the hottest out naturally
I go anywhere in my T-shirt and chain, hoe, killin’ shit casually
Like I ain’t the hardest in Houston
Like bitches ain’t hangin’ to use me
Like n**gas ain’t beggin’ to do me
From ballers to rappers, they bitches included, huh
Like I ain’t the life of the party, hmm
Shit can’t get started without me, huh
Like I ain’t take over a season, the summer is Megan’s,
Bitches ain’t eatin’, hmm
I bring the hood out a classy bitch
Out in Calabasas doing ratchet shit, hmm
Thumbin’ through commas, ain’t worried ’bout comments, hoe, I’m really havin’ shit
Invite me, I’m bringin’ the ghetto, I be with the ghetto, it’s in me, I can’t seem to let go
I’m goin’ hard in this bitch, goin’ hard for them kids, doin’ shit they ain’t seen in the ghetto
I’m goin’ hard for my mama, she knew I could do it, I pray every day just to prove it
I’m goin’ hard for my granny, she want it, she have it, the hood goin’ hard for Ms Paxton, huh

Megan can’t do this and that, ha
They hate to see where I’m at, hm
They wanna put me in beef, shit,
Them bitches ain’t talkin’ to me, huh
Southside shit forever, hoe
Get a Brisk tea from the Texaco
Rockin’ booty shorts to the corner store
N**gas still trappin’ out a Baygo, huh

Ha-ha, like, I can’t even take half of you bitches seriously, like
Half of y’all don’t know if you y’all don’t f**k with me,
or if you wanna f**k me, ha-ha-ha
F**kin’ bitches, ah
Ey, hoe

Man, I done took off, bitch, I’m outta here
I’m on a ship, outer space, I’m a rocketeer
You ain’t in my league, bitch, please, you do not compare
In the rap game but I’m really playin’ Solitaire
Even if we ever had the same d**k before
Don’t get confused, we are not the same hoe
I don’t give a f**k what he did prior to me
Only thing that matter what he did when he knew me

Ay, look at all this blue cheese
Spent that on my jewelry
He knows I’m the whole coupe
She is just a two piece
First, we were just f**king, now that nigga love me
You need him for support, together, we make money

Take the pussy out his mouth then put it back in
‘Fore I walk through, niggas know I need the backend
Real hot girl, use the pussy like a weapon
Make him think he finna f**k then never let him
Iced out, got the whole freezer on my neck
Hoes actin’ petty but I got the new Patek,
I ain’t say it first but I’m better than the rest
Hoes throwin’ shots, but I stay with the vest
Hoes throwin’ shots, but I’m ducking like The Matrix
I ain’t seen a bitch pop shit like me yet
Anythin’ I ever seen you do is on the ‘net
Every bar I spit hard so the beat erect
Hoes love to play with me until I let it eject
Stompin’ hoes out in some shoes they ain’t seen yet
Hoes love to sneak diss, yeah, bitch, I seen it
You ain’t say it to me when you see me, you won’t mean it

Real f**kin’ hot girl shit
You know,
Young Tina Snow still goin’ hard on a hoe
Ey, oh

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO: Megan Thee Stallion “Southside Forever freestyle”

Francesco Yates – DIVE

[Intro:]
I can swim good,
Watch me breaststroke
When I work the middle
While I’m rocking your boat
Water feels nice, it’s warm inside
When I’m in your ocean,
and I’m riding your tide

Francesco Yates – DIVE Lyrics continue below:

So let me hear you talking dirty, baby, show me what you like
Baby, it’s only 11:30 but I’ll take you down till 5
Wanna show you what it’s like to feel free
Floating in the shallow end and then come and get deep, yeah

[Chorus:]
Oh come and just dive with me
(Oh come and just) dive with me
When you’re all alone, come get in the zone
Baby dive with me, oh-ah
Oh come and just dive with me
(Oh come and just) dive with me
When you’re all alone, come get in the zone
Baby dive with me

Baptize me slow, when I got down
Take away my sins,
and make them ours for right now
Baby I don’t need to practice,
Head in first I do it savage
Overboard without a jacket,
Water flowing so fantastic, when I

When I hear you talking dirty, tell me all the things you like
Oh, it’s only 11:30 but I’ll take you down till 5
Wanna show you what it’s like to feel free
Floating in the shallow end and then come and get deep

[Chorus:]
Oh come and just dive with me
(Oh come and just) dive with me
When you’re all alone, come get in the zone
Baby dive with me, oh-ah
Oh come and just dive with me
(Oh come and just) dive with me
When you’re all alone, come get in the zone
Baby dive with me, whoa-ooh

METZ – Sugar Pill

I turn it off, I drown it out, it’s never ending
The tension in the air hits every day
The prefab pull, that sugar pill, ugly and aging
It’s coming faster each and every day

[Guitars break]

They tell us lies through shiny eyes that keep us drooling
Blood rushing to our fingers, comes and it goes
Caught in the static, run in the fabric, we’ve got a habit
Drunk off the still where nothing beautiful grows

It all looks the same, the name, the place, the faces
Tells us to come along
Fills every corner and it’s still missing
The sun, the sun, the sun, the sun is sinking now
Is sinking now
Is sinking
Is sinking now

Hysteria (repeats)