Ryuichi Sakamoto – Bibo No Aozora Lyrics

眼差しの不実さと
気高さに溺れていた

狂おしい夏だった
青空も 声も
小さな死のように

これ以上愛さない
禁じる愛おしさで
瞳は 傷口と知る魂の

別々の惑星に
僕たちは棲む双生児さ

野獣の優雅さで
沈黙を舌で味わう
罌粟のように

切なさで胸を傷めながら
君の 可憐な 喉笛から
あふれ出した 虹の涯は
美貌の青空

狂おしい夏だった
手に触れる すべて
欠片の死のように

君の血が透き通る
野蛮な 瞳 見ては
途方に暮れる 真夏の楽園

Spice 1 – Thug World Lyrics

[Verse 1: Spice 1]
I’m platinum while I’m gattin, now that finger’s shining
It’s nothin to a boss to bust wit cut diamonds
I’ma dig it, ya fiend for the verbals, I came to spit it
Big boss like a 500 Benz to a honda civic
Comin wit it, hit it, as soon as I finished, they say he shitted
Lit it up and kept the slug from the jumps, f*ck a critic
Y’all opinion is like a asshole, I stick my uzi in it
Windows tinted, Took a stop at the corner for some business
I’ma take 7 suckas, Put ’em in a line
And add 7 more suckas, Who think they can time
I’ma take 7 more, Before I go for mine
Now that’s 21 suckas slumped at the same time
Ain’t no haters in here and it’s leather wood on the steering
We ain’t trippin, Stash spot heat in the ceiling
1, 2, 3, 4 TV’s and 23’s
You can barely see the tides, It’s the chrome when it gleams
In my thug world

[Chorus]
You can get it, you can kick it, in my thug world
Hustlin and ballin till the sun go down, thug world
You can get it, you can kick it, in my thug world
Ballin and hustlin till the sun go down, thug world

[Verse 2: Kurupt]
Skis, Spread out in the glass house
Skate through the streets like ice
Skates in the 68, Town rob skate
Rob skate, Bounce break, Bounce make the earth quake
I’ma show you niggaz bout a real g, Nigga
Most g niggaz, It’s still me, Nigga
Bitches all around this motherf*cker
Don’t make me have to clown this motherf*cker

You betta sit down in this motherf*cker
Cause this is my thug world, Gangsta paradise
I’m all hood, Nigga, I’m all ice
No matter what you said, I done said it twice
No matter what you said, I done said it twice
Cooked on like rice, Surround like vice
Kurupt motherf*cker, And the bitch is a broad
Even dick psychic bitches like deon ward
Thug world

[Chorus]

[Verse 3: Spice 1]
I keep 3 bitches wit me: Ross, Crystal, And Mary jane
Mary jane, Mary jane, You know you’re my everything
Smoke a pound back to back to back like the lakers
It’s nothin like a motherf*ckin old school player
Like the NFL, But I don’t rush the quarterback
I’ll rush the whole thing back and i’ll pick up another slack
Mo chips than mandalay, Rippin representin the bay
But baby keep givin me the eye like everyday
Eyes like brown and skin tone coffee
I’m sippin hennessy, Gettin drunker than nick nolte
Straight so-soldiers, Drunk not sober
Sh-shoot you in ya chest, Let ya wind free like oprah
Green ones break down, We ain’t f*ckin wit charlie brown
We ain’t rappin for peanuts, We want the meal tickets now
Narcoleptic, Sleepin disorder, Retrospective
Some niggaz try to ball in the game and got intercepted
We do it from dusk till dawn like tarantino
Hustlin till the sun wake up, The bambino
In my thug world

[Chorus]

Living Sacrifice – Haven Of Blasphemy Lyrics

Hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared
Deny consideration of the One to be feared
Abandoning the faith to follow spirits of deception
Their unsound teaching produce sowers of confusion
Prophets of dceit the word of God
Sowing wickedness reaping trouble from the rod
Though they claim to be the ones to obtain salvation

Their form of doctrine denies Christ’s foundation
Haven of blasphemy
Hollow philosophies
Captives remain unfree
Slaves of depravity, whose destruction draws near
Secretly introduce the lies some long to hear
Hanging over them are the scales of condemnation
A false balance of weighted abomination
Haven of blasphemy

Trocadero – Blood Gulch Blues Lyrics

Church:(You know what you could bitch about anything couldn’t who.
We’re about to get a tank and your’e worried about chicks. What chicks are we going to pick up man! And secondly how are you going to pick up chicks in a car that looks like that?)

Simmons:(You ever wonder why we’re here?)
Grif:(It’s one of lifes greatest mysteries isn’t it? I don’t know man but it keeps me up at night.)

Roses are red
And violets are blue.
One day we’ll cruise down
Blood Gulch avenue
It’s red versus red
and blue versus blue
It’s I against I
and me against you

Sarge:(I like it, got a ring to it)

Violets are blue, roses are red
living like this we were already dead
Church:(What is that music!!!…Im going for the jeep, cover me)

Hop in my car
it don’t have any doors
Simmons:(Shotgun!)
Grif:(Shotgun!…f*ck)
It’s built like a cat
It lands on fours
Grif:(I think it looks more like a puma)
My car’s like a puma
it drives on all (simmons) ONE, TWO, READY, THREE

Simmons:(SON OF A BITCH)
Grif:(SON OF A BITCH!!!!!)
Church:(SON OF A BITCH)
(THis Doesn’t seem physically possible!!!)
Tucker:(Holy f*ck, you team killing f*cktard)
Simmons:(You back-stabbing cock-bite)
(Is this guy a retard?)
(That Doesn’t seem physically possible)

Red versus red
Blue versus blue
Church:(I could blow up the whole god damn world with this thing)

Jamaica PM Andrew Holness Unapologetic About Dancehall Contributing To Crime

The Jamaican Prime Minister is doubling down on dancehall music, being a major contributor to the high crime rate in the country.

Crime has long been a growing epidemic in Jamaica that governments are often stumped with. The disturbing outbreak of violence is so outrageous that Jamaica is recognized as a country with one of the highest crime rates in the world. While this is not at all new and historically was spurred on by violent political strategies, the current government is calling for dancehall music to start observing a social responsibility to young listeners.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness was recently criticized by music artists and fans for a statement regarding dancehall being a main cause of violence in Jamaica. Nevertheless, he is doubling down on his stance and is having the discussion yet again in his recent parliamentary meeting. The Most Honorable Andrew Holness, also known as BroGad, seems to be offering a blanket response to the counter-arguments from dancehall artists who have reacted to his previous remarks.

“In as much as you are free to reflect what is happening in the society, you also have a duty to place it in context,” he said. “That is not right, and though you have the protection of the constitution to sing about it, you also have a duty to the children who are listening to you to say ‘man, that is not right,’” he added.

Holness implied that artists are selective of which crimes to lash out on and maintained that all forms of violence are wrong. He went on to say that as a society, we “are not yet serious” if we cannot see that, and our outrage is short-lived. The public has had the opportunity to weigh in on the debate on social media, and while some agree with the negative influence of dancehall music on society. Many do not concur with the implication that it is responsible for the spike in the crime rate.

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In one retort, an Instagram user commented, “Kmt you can’t control crime an a try turn on the music. Move a gweh. Look pan movies, tv, games, plus a who guh buy dub plates fi promotion. Bredda u did seh we ago can sleep wid wi doors open. Gwaan guh fix crime an low the art form that is providing a way out, U hear nuh artist a seh kidnap woman an kill them?” Another more succinct comment read, “it’s all about the person mindset.”

On the other side of the spectrum, some chimed in to say the PM’s speech was “facts.” Interestingly, it is also a fact that even decades ago, when there were no artists singing about “tek up the AK-47 and dun it inna man head” as Holness puts it, crime was also at a high rate in Jamaica. Fueled by the divide promoted by political parties, even socially conscious singer Bob Marley himself was a target of assassination attempts. Marley sang about unity and love and tried to get opposing parties to reconcile for the goodness of the country. However, crime was still at a significant level because of root causes like poverty, lack of opportunities, and of course, poor leadership (parenting, country leaders, etc.)

Some argue that that was then and this is now but just like traditions are passed down, so is the landscape of a country’s culture and the foundation that has long been set by our ancestors. Oftentimes, we understand our parents so much better after we see how they grew up, what their influences were and how what they were conditioned to believe. The same can be said about the areas where crime is concentrated in Jamaica and why it has remained so. While it is true that dancehall needs not perpetuate the idea of crime further, the positivity that Prime Minister Andrew Holness calls for it to promote is also present in the genre.

Jamaican artists sing about guns and violence but they also sing about love, struggles, hope, dreams, and other realities. Fans decide which songs get popular and which get lost in the sea of the oversaturated music industry. That being said, while a correlation is being drawn to crime and dancehall music, perhaps it is an inherent desire of the listener that drives the song and not the words of the artist that drives the crime. One Instagram user who weighed in on the matter said, “Bro the amount of positive songs out there and nobody paying them any attention, people gravitate towards the hardcore music, that is why the artiste supply the market with that type of music.”

Would Vybz Kartel be the most popular dancehall artist had it not been for the fans? More importantly, did fans gravitate towards him because of his relatability which could only come from him articulating what already exists? Based on the comments that are pouring in on the topic of Andrew Holness’s controversial statement, some believe that dancehall is being used as a scapegoat. “Gun violence and crime was around long before man an man start sing bout it. Politicians always trying to point finger and blame the citizen them,” wrote one user. “If the artist dem stop sing gun tune today crime nah move and that’s a fact,” another added.

Some also accused the PM of being a hypocrite as many dancehall artists remixed similar songs when they were called upon to promote political campaigns during the national election. “Oh but dancehall can promote politics with the same sort of songs for your campaign,” one fan wrote. Others defended Holness and his agenda, saying he is not hating on the music but rather is calling for dancehall artists to discourage violence in their songs. Again, this is done all the time in dancehall as even the biggest artists like Vybz Kartel and Mavado have contradicted previous releases by encouraging unity and the youth to refrain from crime and violence.

Like businesses, artists also have a social responsibility which they often honor with uplifting music that never gets as much attention as they ought to. However, when they sing about “badness,” fans love them for it while the government hates them for it. Music is not the only form of influential media, and dancehall is not the only genre that promotes a gangster lifestyle, so how did it suddenly become the cause of violence in Jamaica? It’s easy to pass the blame onto a large industry that has a major influence on the people, but how thorough was the research that brought politicians to this conclusion? As one commenter said, “Artist sing about the violence and the politicians provide the guns!”

The constant pointing of fingers only ignores the real source of the problem. It is no coincidence that Jamaica not only has a high crime rate but also a high poverty rate. It is no coincidence that the most crime-ridden communities are some of the poorest in the country. Should we ask an inner-city youth who grew up around violence and later adopted the lifestyle why he needs a gun or why he commits crimes? Do we genuinely believe that even one of them would say dancehall music? The widespread discourse on the matter comes from varying perspectives, none of which take into account the plight of the ghetto youth. “Why we nuh talk bout the abuse and parenting and leadership issues… a desso it start,” one citizen questioned.

What’s ironic is that the national outrage stemming from the vast increase in gender-based violence like rape – something dancehall never promotes – is what initiated the discourse on the source of crime in the first place. Perhaps our MPs ought to armor up, visit our troubled communities and hear straight from the horse’s mouth what is actually lacking that would drive them to a life of crime. Here they might uncover the seed of the worsening epidemic.

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Saweetie Reacts To Quavo Saying He Repo’d Her Bentley

Saweetie has responded to Qauvo’s claim that he had repossessed the Bentley he gifted her last Christmas in the most creative of ways.

In a recently posted TikTok video, Saweetie is seemingly telling the public that she still holds the keys to the car. The video, labeled “FRENEMIES PT. 1,” shows Saweetie searching for her keys and insinuates that her best friend, who she also plays, has stolen them. After the best friend denies taking them, the two embrace each other while Saweetie’s recent song featuring Doja Cat titled “Best Friend” plays in the background. The camera zooms in on the best friend holding the keys to the Bentley with a sly smile on her face.

The video captioned: “I know das wrong! Besties or Frenemies?” Quavo claimed he had took back the Bentley in a snippet of a track that was shared a few days ago. “Lil’ bitty b*tch, She slimy and she sneaky, taking back that Bentley.”

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I know das wrong! Besties or Frenemies ? ? #bestfriend #bestfriendchallenge

? Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat) – Saweetie

The snippet came after a rough breakup between the two rappers last month. The “Tap In” rapper announced she was single, following speculation from fans that the two had unfollowed each other on Instagram. Quavo responded in a tweet, saying, “I had love for you and disappointed you did all that. You are not the woman I thought you were. I wish you nothing but the best.” To which Saweetie responded with a simple: “Take care.”

The two did not reveal a specific reason for their sour break up, but when surveillance footage of the two rappers fighting in an elevator surfaced, Saweetie told the media, “This unfortunate incident happened a year ago, while we have reconciled since then and moved past this particular disagreement, there were simply too many other hurdles to overcome in our relationship and we have both since moved on.”

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Master P Says Hip Hop Need A Union Amid Death Of DMX

Master P is calling on rappers to get together to prevent further cases similar to DMX’s case. He has suggested the creation of a hip-hop union.

While he said that he is also praying for the rapper, he told a TMZ cameraman that a proper hip-hop union could help a lot of at-risk rappers who need support from their own community. Master P also suggested that DMX’s, real name Earl Simmons, an overdose could have been prevented. He explained his vision was similar to retired basketball players who often become analysts or coaches.

“DMX is an icon. I just hate that we have to wait for something to happen to one of us before everybody really starts saying how much they care and love you. We got to figure out how to prevent that,” Master P said.

He added that it was time to have a frank conversation about the way forward for Hip-Hop artists who may be suffering. “The truth hurts– drugs done killed a lot of our great ones. It’s sent a lot of them to prison. I’m praying for DMX and his family. I hope that people start celebrating these icons while they’re alive. Imagine all the stuff that we could have prevented for DMX to help him. I feel like hip-hop needs some type of union. The NBA has it. What happens when a guy falls off after he done sold millions and millions of records? We need that,” he continued.

To get such a union going, it would take a new education drive on issues such as financing.

“I think it starts with education. I want to really start educating our people and letting them see that– even LeBron and KD, Kyrie Irving, everybody that represents Black Lives Matter, when the NBA talks about they’re putting money back into HBCUs, I want to see where that money go at,” he added.

He continued: “The education that we can invest in the next generation, we can prevent this. If you look at all the heroes and stars that we lost.”

DMX died on Friday, April 9, 2021, after spending a week in the hospital on life support. The entire hip hop community has been reacting to his untimely death with tributes from all over the world pouring in.

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Kid Cudi Confirms His Off-White Dress On SNL Is A Tribute To Kurt Cobain

Kid Cudi speak out after donning an Off-White dress on SNL.

It’s been a bumper year for Kid Cudi as the rapper has achieved quite a lot so far. Last night, April 10, he took to the stage of SNL and raised eyebrows not for his performance but rather for his attire. He performed two tracks from his latest project, Man On The Moon III. The two songs were “Tequila Shot” and “Sad People.”

It was the performance of the latter mentioned song that got social media buzzing as he belted out the track decked off in an Off-White floral dress with spaghetti straps along with a flashy chain. However, after the shock of his attire wore off, many fans soon realized that he was actually paying homage to the late Kurt Cobain. April 5 of this year, was the 27th anniversary of the death of the lead singer of Nirvana. He was known for performing in similar clothing, including cardigans and floral dresses. The most famous documented case of Cobain wearing a dress was for the cover of The Face magazine in 1993.

Kid Cudi also paid homage to the SNL comedian, Chris Farley. It’s not surprising that the rapper chose to make such a bold statement since he is also looking to jump into the fashion industry soon and is known for his provocative attitude. He recently announced that he would be debuting a new clothing line this summer in a collaboration with the brand BAPE.

He ended last year by dropping an album and has already announced that he expects to deliver another one next year. He added that the Ohio native recently announced that he had a Netflix series in the works.

In address the response from fans, Kid Cudi tweeted, “Virgil designed the dress for me. I told him I wanted to show love to Kurt w a floral print sundress and this man made a masterpiece. Thank You @virgilabloh ur a fuckin genius!! Love you man we did it.”

He added that he is doing a collection with Off-White and the dress will be included.

Virgil designed the dress for me. I told him I wanted to show love to Kurt w a floral print sundress and this man made a masterpiece. Thank You @virgilabloh ur a fuckin genius!! Love you man we did it!!!

— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) April 11, 2021

Im doin a collection w Off White and the dress will be included!!

— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) April 11, 2021

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Kodak Black Shares He Misses NBA YoungBoy & Wants Them To Do A Collab

Despite having once been close friends, Kodak Black and NBA Youngboy have been steadily dissing each other online since 2020. It’s not clear what caused their bond to fall apart, but Kodak seems to be taking the high road in multiple instances lately, including when it comes to his beef with NBA.

Kodak Black was released from prison earlier this year following a pardon from former President Trump, and it appears that his experience with incarceration helped him to see some situations in a new light. Following Youngboy Never Broke Again’s arrest last month, Black responded to followers online asking if he was happy to hear the news.

“Nah, I ain’t happy YB went to jail,” he replied during an Instagram Live session. “F*ck I’m happy he went to jail for? That was my lil bruh at one point. The f*ck I’m happy for? We street n***as, that could be anybody.”

Not only does Kodak clearly not wish jail on anybody following his own time spent behind bars, but he also seems ready to consider NBA a friend again. Wearing his heart on his sleeve, Kodak took his sentiments a step further in a more recent IG Live video during which he admits that he misses his old friend.

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“Free that boy!” Kodak says while cozily wrapped up in a blanket. “I miss that boy, I can’t even lie about that one. I can’t even lie about that one, ya heard?”

Many fans hope that this change of heart means a collaboration between the two rappers might be in the cards in the near future, but for now, NBA remains in jail. He was arrested by federal authorities in Los Angeles due to an outstanding warrant and may have increased his sentence by feeling from officers when they attempted to pull him over. Only time will tell when these two friends can be reunited to finally reconcile their beef in person.

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Yung Bleu Reveals He Might Be The Artist With The Last DMX Feature

Yung Bleu came under fire from fans accusing him of clout-chasing after reports surfaced of DMX passing away.

Legendary rapper DMX has sadly passed after being on life support for the last week in which time he never regained any brain function. Unfortunately, before his actual demise, a hoax about his death got started on Thursday (April 8) when comedian Luenell claimed the rapper had been taken off life support when she posted a premature RI.P message online. DMX’s manager, Steve Rifkind confirmed that the rapper was still alive at the time but not before R.I.P messages came pouring in on social media and even started trending on Twitter.

While the misinformation was circulating online, rapper Yung Bleu took the opportunity to announce that he might have the last DMX feature in the vault. Taking to Instagram to share a screenshot of a previous conversation with X where he invited the rapper to be a part of his upcoming album, Bleu wrote a caption that rubbed many fans the wrong way.

“HOPE ITS NOT TRUE ! I Hope I don’t GOT one of THE LAST DMX FEATUREs,” the “You’re Still Mine” rapper wrote in a since-deleted post. “I was gonna suprise [sic] the world with it on my album f**k. I don’t no if the news true but I’m praying for you Og. F*ck the music! I’m praying for you as the person as the father as the legend!” The post was reshared by DJ Akademiks inviting fans to weigh in on its crass timing and content.

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“Weird way to try and get hype for your single,” one of the top comments read. “Bro worried bout the wrong thing,” another fan wrote. Others bashed Yung Bleu for clout-chasing in a distastefully unwelcomed way and said the collaboration was better left as a surprise. “This basically just ‘damn that’s crazy he died but at least I got a feature from him on my next album,’” one fan wrote, uncovering the nuance behind the insensitive post.

Yung Bleu deleted his post after Dark Man X’s manager confirmed in a video message that the rapper was still on life support on Thursday (April 8). Sadly, it was confirmed that DMX passed away on Friday (April 9), according to a statement from his family.

Do you think Yung Bleu was clout-chasing and lost some respect for using news of DMX’s death to do so?

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Dancehall Singjay Dexta Daps Vents About Racist Experience At Rock Bar In Fort Lauderdale

Dancehall star Dexta Daps is claiming he has experienced a major act of racism in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

In a video posted on Instagram, the “WiFi” singer stands at the entrance of Rock Bar Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he mentions that he has been on the receiving end of a terrible act of racism at the enterprise. “Mi ano f**kery person. But mi affi do dis. Mi jus see the biggest racist act inna my life. Mi never see another racist act so big yet inna mi life,” Dexta Daps said.

The 35-year-old singer is never really one to dwell on disturbing social issues. His carefree, euphoric personality, along with his erotic lyrics and behaviors with women, make him famous and loved among the community of women locally and internationally.

“I DNT PUT PPL DOWN NOR TALK BAD ABT THEM…. IN ALL HONESTY, I WOULD MUCH RATHER SAY NOTHING…. BUT SOMETIMES WEN U DNT SAY ANYTHING ABT THE THINGS THAT TRULY MATTER, THE FOOLISHNESS DNT STOP,” Dexta Daps wrote in the caption.

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While noting his usual fondness of Rock Bar, the dancehall singer went on to call out the establishment, insinuating that the racist act was carried out by a staff member.

“#ROCKBAR IS A NICE SPOT THAT I WOULD’VE RECOMMENDED TO ANY1…. BUT AS OF YEST, DEM GET BENCHHHHH….. CLEAN UP Y’ALL RACIST STAFF BLOOD… UNTIL THEN, IM BLACK N PROUD, SO F#CK Y’ALL STR8 UPPPP.”

Dexta Daps, whose real name is Louis Grandison, ended his rant by swearing never to visit the beachside spot again. The “No Underwear” did not provide the details on what actually went down but promised to give more details soon.

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Cam’ron Calls Out Derrick Jaxn Over DMX Tribute, Jaxn Responded

Cam’ron went in on Derrick Jaxn for posting a photo of DMX.

The beef between New York rapper Cam’ron and YouTuber Derrick Jaxn over a DMX tribute is continuing, as Cam’ron has clapped back at Jaxn. The Dipset rapper, who started the banter on Sunday, April 11, responded to Jaxn, saying the love guru should have never tried to “talk crazy” when he and his ex-girlfriend split.

Cam’ron and his ex-girlfriend, Juju, split from a 10-year relationship in 2017, and the “Hey Ma” rapper said Jaxn left some negative comments on his Instagram posts in the past.

This has fans speculating that Cam’ron’s issue with Jaxn may not be limited to just the DMX tribute. On Saturday, April 10, Jaxn posted a picture of DMX, whose death was announced the day before. Like most celebrities, Jaxn paid tribute with the post captioned: “Rest In Peace legend.”

Not long after, Killer Cam responded to the post saying: “This ni**a been low since he got caught cheating. Now he wanna resurface with this post. I know/knew DMX personally. He don’t f**k wit ya kind homie. Don’t try and use the sympathy card ni**a. FOH go figure out how to lie, trick more woman and sh*t on ni**a on ya own ni**a.”

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The “Down and Out” rapper accused Jaxn of using DMX’s death for clout chasing.

The relationship influencer recently made headlines when he confessed to cheating on his wife, Da’Naia Jackson, which sent shock waves through the community of women and men who supported him.

Some hours later, Derrick Jaxn, undeterred, responded to the post saying, “Big homie, you acting like I cheated on you. This ain’t the type of event to use to voice your hurt feelings about me. Respect this brother’s legacy and his family more than you’re doing right now.”

It didn’t take long for Cam’ron to respond to Jaxn, saying, “You shoulda never never tried to talk crazy when me and my ex broke up. Our time was just up I ain’t get caught cheating, lying etc. U da biggest clout chaser I seen ni**a. U only seen this cause @theshaderoom posted it.”

Fans have been speculating that the DMX tribute might not be the reason for Cam’ron’s bitterness towards Jaxn but that this beef goes way back.

Jaxn has not yet responded to the rapper’s latest comment.

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Jessica White Reacts To Nick Cannon Expecting Twins With Abby DeLaRosa

Jessica White reacts to Nick Cannon expecting twins with new girlfriend after fans dragged her into it.

Nick Cannon is going to be a father again, this time to twins, as one of his girlfriends shared that she is expecting twin boys. In a post made on her social media account, Abby DeLaRosa wrote a note to her unborn sons as she expressed gratitude at expecting the babies.

“Our dearest sons- my miracle babies, thank you for choosing me to be your Mommy. I know the Lord has destined me and prepared me for the gift of not one but two little angels,” she began. “I pray that God give you both the strength to walk brave and boldly in your individual truth just like your Daddy. That God bless you and your brother and guide you into living out your full purpose. Your Dad & I will always be here for you both; in complete unison and support. No matter what this world may throw your way, know that forgiveness is key and what is for you – is for YOU! You both are already so loved and we can’t wait to meet you both,” she added.

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Social media went into overdrive as commenters tried to decipher the life of Cannon, who is already a father to five children with three other women.

De La Rosa confirmed in her Instagram stories that she and Nick Cannon reconnected in 2020. “In 2020 the man who is now my children’s father and I reconnected. Never would I ever envision where we are at now,” she started.

“This isn’t a bs “love” story, it’s a REAL story. His openness and honesty won my heart but above anything he is my dearest friend and my partner [in] this world of mine. He changed my life in all the most unconventional ways inspiring me to open my mind to the unknown when it came to loving outside of “labels” and “ownership”. In June [2020] at 2 months, I had lost our first pregnancy and he was so sweet through it all reassuring me that what we’ve manifested will come to fruition…now fast forward to the morning of my birthday- October 25th I find out that I’m pregnant!!!! Then a month later, I found out it was with twins.”

There were also questions as to the life of Cannon as fans struggled to connect the dots among the women Cannon is supposedly involved with. Up to last month, Cannon’s baby mother Britney Bell, girlfriend Lanisha Cole, and De La Rosa, all seemed to hint that they are in some kind of love quad with the Wildin’ Out star.

On March 9, Cole had posted throwbacks from a photoshoot she had done for Cannon recently — which resulted in her first-ever magazine cover. In January, news of their relationship surfaced as Cole displayed her new “King Cannon” tattoo.

On that day, Bell also posted a video of Cannon with their son Golden and a photo of their infant daughter — Powerful Queen — who was born in December 2020.

Abby also, around the same time, posted a photo with a Cartier band on her ring finger. Cole is also seen wearing a similar Cartier ring also on her ring finger. Previous reports also showed that Cannon spared no expense as he set up three elaborate Valentine’s Day tokens for each women to show his appreciation.

Meanwhile, Cannon’s former girlfriend Jessica White reacted on her Instagram story to De La Rosa’s pregnancy as she wished them both well.

“I really hate being tagged in things that has nothing to do with me. I’m a very strong and happy woman who isn’t broken. Leave me out of this,” she said to fans who dragged her into the latest pregnancy announcement.

“the photos are stunning btw and I’m happy for Nick and Abby. May God continue to bless him and his family,” she said.

White and Cannon who were said to be dating from 2015, confirmed that the two split in August 2020. Speaking to Fox Soul’s Hollywood Unlocked Jason Lee in January 2021, however, Bell said she was caught by surprise the announcement that Britney Bell was pregnant for a second time. She found out the news on Instagram even as she was dealing with a miscarriage of Cannon’s baby.

The child was allegedly conceived while White and Cannon, 40, were on a break.

“She was aware that I just had a miscarriage two weeks prior to her news coming out because he told me that he told her,” she claimed on Friday, January 8. “I was living at his house, and she knew that as well.”

Nick has two other children- 9-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, with ex-wife Mariah Carey.

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Rocko – Brudda Lyrics (ft. B Jay)

Yeah, this for my motherf*cking family
World wide, real niggers
Just know it’s us
This for my partners my niggers
I swear to God I love y’all
Brother from another mother
Brother from the Saints
We get money we f*ck bitches
Everything to get it
Different dad different mother
Brothers from the same struggle
My brudda, that’s my brudda
You my brudda, you my brudda
That’s my brudda
Different dad different mother

Now we ain’t siblings, but you my brother
Nigger play with you
No I have them
Back to the old me
They must not know me
The streets with my daddy
My cousins were my brothers
My partners were my brothers
My brothers are my partners
Yo my mama mama
My mama yo mama nigger
My lil brudda Jay…with that K
Hot as he wanna be
Haters from another way
My niggers when they make it
What I did they doing it big
Oh God, Imma take care of yo kids
All for one, one for all
Think he’s trying to say I love ya
Different dads different mothers
Brothers from the same struggle

This for my partners my niggers
I swear to God I love y’all
Brother from another mother
Brother from the Saints
We get money we f*ck bitches
Everything to get it
Different dad different mother
Brothers from the same struggle
My brudda, that’s my brudda
You my brudda, you my brudda
That’s my brudda
Different dad different mother

Brothers from the same struggle

Brotherly love overrides all passion and destruct
Say we f*cks are destructing?
Cause I was at a point where I felt like erupting
Because I had nothing
Then bro set me down, he talk to me with some substance
He gave me the instructions
Now my life under construction
I reconstructed my life
And they listen to me at functions
That blunt love help me function
BLA so you thought this blunt was gonna be something
Or should I say dumping?
Cause I bang hard for my niggers like we in contest

This for my partners my niggers
I swear to God I love y’all
Brother from another mother
Brother from the Saints
We get money we f*ck bitches
Everything to get it
Different dad different mother
Brothers from the same struggle
My brudda, that’s my brudda
You my brudda, you my brudda
That’s my brudda
Different dad different mother
Brothers from the same struggle

This for my partners my niggers
I swear to God I love y’all
Brother from another mother
Brother from the Saints
We get money we f*ck bitches
Everything to get it
Different dad different mother
Brothers from the same struggle
My brudda, that’s my brudda
You my brudda, you my brudda
That’s my brudda
Different dads different mother
Brothers from the same struggle

Polica – Leading To Death Lyrics

In the days, in the nights,
In the hours leading up to your death
I won’t weep, I won’t weep
[x3]
In the days, in the nights,
In the hours leading up to your death

I dream of you oh my strangler
I dream of you oh my
I dream of you oh my strangler

I dream of you oh my

In the days, in the nights,
In the hours leading up to your death
I won’t weep, I won’t weep
[x3]

I dream of you oh my strangler
I dream of you oh my
I dream of you oh my strangler
I dream of you oh my
Oh my

Rakim & Keny – Lloraras Lyrics

Te haz comunicado al celular de Ken-y
En estos momentos no puedo atender tu llamada
Asi que dejame un corto mensaje y tu numero de telefono
y tan pronto pueda te devolvere la llamada…
Gracias

Hola Soy Yo…
De verdad estoy llamando para decirte que…
Lo nuestro no puede continuar, espero que puedas entenderlo
y que algun dia me puedas perdonar…

Hoy a terminado el amor de los dos
Quisas amarte tanto , ese fue mi error
Hoy no sentiras nada , pero pronto veras
Que el amor que te di nadie lo igualara
Te marchas para siempre sin explicacion
Y entre tus maletas , mi corazon…
Te vas sin decir nada sin importarte mi dolor
Pero se que algun dia sentiras lo que yo

Y lloraras….
Y te recordaras…
De aquellos bellos momentos que solo conmigo as de pasar

Y lloraras….
Y te arrepentiras…., si
Cuando te sientas sola , con ganas de amar
Lloraras…

Te marchas para siempre sin explicacion
Y entre tus maletas , mi corazon…
Te vas sin decir nada sin importarte mi dolor

Pero se que algun dia sentiras lo que yo

Y lloraras….
Y te recordaras…
De aquellos bellos momentos que solo conmigo as de pasar

Y lloraras….
Y te arrepentiras…., si
Cuando te sientas solas , con ganas de amar
Llorarasss…

Cuando beses otros labios y , no
Sientas en calor que sentias conmigo
Cuando veas que ya no hay marcha atras
Vas a querer regresar , y muy tarde sera….

A veces no sirve el amor sin ser conrespondido
Te llevas mi corazon en pedazos partido
No me diga que el tiempo que pasamos se a perdido
Solo recuerda los momentos bellos que hemos vividos
Vas a llorar, cuando quieran besarte recordaras los momentos que tu Solias amarme
Vas a sentir lo que yo estoy sintiendo
Este dolor tan grande que me esta matando aqui adentro.

Y lloraras….
Y te recordaras…
De aquellos bellos momentos que solo conmigo as de pasar

Y lloraras….
Y te arrepentiras…., si
Cuando te sientas sola , con ganas de amar
Lloraras

Able Grey – Out of my mind

Can you break it down for me?
Cause it’s all out of reach right now
I’m falling out, I’m fighting down
Can’t tell if the room is spinning
This heart of mine is pounding loud
I’m Screaming, but I can’t hear a sound
How can anybody read me?
This feeling it’s something I can’t out my finger on
How can anybody read me?
It’s taking me under, I kinda like how I am losing control

Help me this time
I’m out of my mind
Can’t seem to find a [?]
But it’s all good
If you feel like you’re out of your mind
But it feels right
And tonight come on [?]

I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
Loving you
I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
Loving you
Loving you

Oh, yeah

I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
Loving you
I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
I’m out of my mind
Loving you

Forest Blakk – If you love her

feat. Meghan Trainor

Take it
If she gives you her heart
Don’t you break it
Let your arms be a place
She feels safe in
She’s the best thing that you’ll ever have
She always has trouble
Falling asleep
And she likes to cuddle
While under the sheets
She loves Pop songs
And dancing, and bad trash TV
There’s still a few other things
She loves love notes and babies
And likes giving gifts
Has a hard time accepting
A good compliment
She loves her whole family
And all of her friends
So if you’re the one she lets in
Take it
If she gives you her heart
Don’t you break it
Let your arms be a place
She feels safe in
She’s the best thing that you’ll ever have
She’ll love you
If you love her
On days when
It feels like the whole
World might cave in
Stand side by side
And you’ll make it
She’s the best thing that you’ll ever have
She’ll love you
If you love her like that
Kiss her with passion
As much as you can
Run your hands through her hair
Whenever she’s sad
And when she doesn’t notice
How pretty she is
Tell her over and over
So she never forgets
Take it
If she gives you her heart
Don’t you break it
Let your arms be a place
She feels safe in
She’s the best thing that you’ll ever have
She’ll love you
If you love her
On days when
It feels like the whole
World might cave in
Stand side by side
And you’ll make it
She’s the best thing that you’ll ever have
She’ll love you
If you love her like that
She’ll love you
If you love her like that
She’ll love you
If you love her
She’ll love you
If you love her like that
She’ll love you
She’ll love you
She’ll love you
She’ll love you
If you love her
On days when
It feels like the whole
World might cave in
Stand side by side
And you’ll make it
She’s the best thing that you’ll ever have
She’ll love you
If you love her like that

Foreign Affairs – Rosanna

Oh, my, what’s for dinner?
I’ve been starving,
and I don’t know what I need.

When the ground shakes I shudder,
I can’t break I won’t let her see me on my knees

And I don’t know why I’m feeling alone
‘Cause you’re by my side,
and I know you know that I’m scared now
You say that I don’t need to prove that I can be strong,
Especially to you, but I’m scared now.

I’ll take care of you,
Oh-oh Rosanna
I’ll take care of you,
Oh-oh Rosanna

When I’m down there swimming in it,
Burnt out to the limit, I can’t make a sound.

It’ll pass by in a moment,
Don’t get tired of hoping that you’ll run aground

And I don’t know why I’m feeling alone
‘Cause your by my side,
and I know you know that I’m scared now
You say that I don’t need to prove that I can be strong,
Especially to you, but I’m scared now.

I’ll take care of you,
Oh-oh Rosanna
I’ll take care of you,
Oh-oh Rosanna

I’ll take care of you uuuu uuuu
(‘Cause I’m scared now)
I’ll take care of you uuuu uuuu
(‘Cause I’m scared now)

Darkside – The Limit

I’m turning around
No, I can’t see the ground
Don’t sow what you reap
Don’t feel what you see

Submit to the pace
The waters erase
Nothing left to see
I’m you and you’re me.

Don’t single it out
Don’t simplify it
Don’t kill what you know
Don’t speak when you reach

The limit

The limit

Current with no direction
Current with no direction
The limit

I’m turning around
No, I can’t see the ground
Don’t sow what you reap
Don’t feel what you see
Submit to the pace
The waters erase
Nothing left to see
I’m you and you’re me

Don’t single it out
Don’t simplify it
Don’t kill what you know
Don’t speak when you reach

The limit

Yo, tan cerca del vacío
Tan cerca de tu lio
Pero sin despegar
Sin despegar