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G Herbo – Cap Guns Lyrics

(Pussy)
Gave niggas hope, why else they need me? Play this song
[Intro]
Oz, you’re big time
[Verse]
I was young and used to think of cap guns back when   I   was havin’ fun
Now   I’m caught up in this rap   shit, gamblin’ my life for one
Lookin’ back at shit from   my   past,   it ain’t much   I haven’t done
Tryna   learn from mistakes like my last one ’cause I got a son
Started off just shootin’ baskets, then we was ditchin’ classes (Ayy)
Smokin’ gas and havin’ fistfights later turned to blastin’ (Bah)
Grew up, got immune to madness, you couldn’t even imagine
Broski ain’t get to see my mansion, I carried his casket (Damn)
Went and did time, until he got back, I carried his ratchet
I was trappin’, ain’t unwrap it, it stayed in the plastic
Tellin’ broski, “Wear a mask,” ’cause it played with his asthma (Woo)
Gage wasn’t even five foot seven, he carryin’ plasmas
Could’ve went to school in Dallas and played for the Mavericks
Instead, I adapted to Essex and stayed with the savages (Uh)
Mama said stay where I’m at, don’t come back, she ain’t havin’ it
Now when she ask for the racks, it’s five k on the average
Look at how they had us (They had us), look at all those tragedies
Hell yeah, we start trappin’ shit, look at all us raggedy
Thank my OG for havin’ me (For havin’ me)
Fried bologna when I had to eat (When I had to eat)
All of my teens, I was ridin’ the streets (I was ridin’)
Now we the richest they got over east (Ayy)
Never forgot who was laughin’ at me
Know before rap, I was strapped with the heat
Know all the niggas was clappin’ at me (Clappin’ at me)
Never told police what happened to me (What happened)
Ninety hollows when we clap at the G (Krah)
Never reply to who rappin’ to me (Uh)
Never was askin’ for drama
Just stayed in a spot where it’s that catch me lack, shit’ll squeeze
One to the back, he collapsed to his knees
Ain’t have to give him that extra fifteen (Grrah)
If I would’ve died in my prime, news would’ve said that he just was a teen
But I was a teen out doin’ some reckless things
I had a strap in my jeans
Shout out 2013 (Ayy)
That’s when I lost Kobe and Peewee (Kobe and Peewee, ayy)
I kept a Glizzy, a 23
Folks saw the opps with the 3D (Uh)
That’s my kinfolk, we ain’t GD (Uh)
My chain got rocks like BBs, Maybach seats got TVs
My C Money rose with VVS
The opp hoes know all my CDs (You know them)
The opps damn near wanna be me
Gotta go the other way when they see me
If a nigga broke, how he gon’ see me? (Huh?)
To get what they want, watch ’em deceive me (Watch ’em deceive me)
They don’t even know me, how they believe me? (How they believe?)
Sometimes I be thinkin’ from me to me, it be hard for somebody else bein’ me
Back and forth, tryna balance the Ms, my lovers and friends, I’m caught in a frenzy
Thinkin’ what my mama was sayin’ about all of my friends, now all of ’em dead (Damn)
Wishin’ I can call them again, do it all again, but it’s all in my head (Damn)
Was it really wrong what we did? If we ain’t go as hard as we did, probably all’ll be dead
Lean on each other, came through for another, that’s all that we had
They don’t understand, so callin’ my lawyer again, that’s all that we said
Everywhere we stand, them people was on us for playin’ them corners again
But they don’t understand I be everywhere, probably Bahimi (Probably)
Bitches partyin’ all in bikinis
Baby, I don’t even drink martinis (Uh-uh)
Exotic pack, got a hat like a genie (Uh-huh, what?)
Smokin’ Backs for my stress, let it ease me (Ayy)
Gotta make this boss shit look easy
But you know it’s everything but easy (Everything)
Money over everything, it please me (Over everything)
Money go and everything gon’ leave me (Everything)
Where was they before my watch was freezy?

Lil Yachty – Concrete Boys Lyrics

Only God knows
[Chorus]
Back against the wall, concrete boys up (Yeah)
I enter the void, I be goin’ up (Woo)
I shamed myself tryna fuck that bitch
Real estate, both houses on my wrist, yeah
Criss-cross my realm, come right out my DMs
Ten carat my earrings, them uncut gems (Whew)
Jim Carrey that mask, it go up then (Ayy)
If’n it go up, then it’s stuck then (Uh)
[Verse 2]
Real, real, real, real
I just fucked up on a bitch from Puerto Rico (Mwah)
Put that bitch on ice, yeah, play that Mac DeMarco
Had that babysitter, she was off a narco
And I’m by my dolo like Donnie Darko (Mwah)
Splurgin’ on that kitty cat, I’m such a sicko (Yeah)
Double-C, my bookbag hold a little pistol
Get them birdies out that nest ‘fore I call up Mitchell
[Chorus]
Back against the wall, concrete boys up (Yeah)
I enter the void, I be goin’ up (Woo)
I shamed myself tryna fuck that bitch
Real estate, both houses on my wrist, yeah
Criss-cross my realm, come right out my DMs
Ten carat my earrings, them uncut gems (Whew)
Jim Carrey that mask, it go up then (Ayy)
If’n it go up, then it’s stuck then (Up)
[Outro]
These bitches for everyone
Can’t give the game to everyone, no
I can’t lose myself tryna save them
I done took so many L’s, I ain’t goin’ back Play this song
[Intro]
30, you a motherfuckin’ fool, nigga
[Chorus]
Back against the wall, concrete boys up, uh
I enter the   void,   I be goin’   up
I shamed myself tryna fuck that   bitch
Real estate, both houses on my wrist, yeah
Criss-cross my realm, Chrome Heart on my Timbs
Ten carat my earrings, them uncut gems
Jim Carrey that mask, it go up then
If’n it go up, then it’s stuck then (Slatt)
[Verse 1]
Oh, let me be
Trust me with the scope, it help me see (Help you see)
If she ain’t fuck bro then she fuck me (That’s a fact)
If she ain’t fuck me then she fuck bros (On my mom)
I just woke up, dreamin’ ’bout the rose (Oh my God)
They had niggas ’round me who don’t stand on toes (Hell nah)
Barely ever do I think about my foes
How much longer will I live?

Lil Yachty – Don’t Forget Lyrics

Bitch, I ain’t a dummy (Uh-huh)
You always seem to leave when it ain’t sunny
Back and forth ’bout forty times, you swear you love me
Now you need a round of applause, bravo like Johnny
You acting so damn much, you so phony (Oh)
I don’t need that energy around me
But don’t forget who put you on, you was bummy
[Outro]
30, you a motherfucking fool, nigga Hawthorne
And I started touring (Uh-huh)
[Chorus]
So you ain’t fell in love with my money? I need a ten first (Yes)
Times ten more (Yes)
Bitch, we be on and off since I was a sophomore (Yes)
Waiting for your move, Dr. Play this song
[Intro]
30, you a motherfucking fool, nigga
[Verse 1]
I’m starting to feel like I don’t need love, that   shit   for the damn   birds (Brr)
All this arguing get on   my damn nerves (On God)
You forgot I put your mama   in   the   suburbs (Don’t forget)
You   forgot I put   your wrist on a blizzard (Don’t forget)
You the reason I be moving like the wizard (Pluto)
Oh, so now you selling pussy, you a vendor (Oh, wow)
Tell your friends get out my DM ‘fore I bend her (Yes)
Oh, your brother want a verse? Bitch, I ain’t a dummy (Uh-huh)
You always seem to leave when it ain’t sunny
Back and forth ’bout forty times, you swear you love me
Now you need a round of applause, bravo like Johnny
You acting so damn much, you so phony (Uh-huh)
I don’t need that energy around me
But don’t forget who put you on, you was bummy (Uh-huh)
[Verse 2]
Don’t you dare forget who had bossed you up (Bossed you up)
Had you running ’round in a Bentley truck (Big Bs)
Paparazzi, snap, flash, middle fingers up (Fingers up)
Baby said I tried to fuck her then ring her up (Ring her up)
Call her up (Call her up), bring her here (Bring her here)
Bitches be so cap, they are not sincere (Not sincere)
I keep forty straps, gotta play it by ear (Play it by ear)
Won’t fall into your traps, I’m no longer near (Uh-huh)
[Chorus]
So you ain’t fell in love with my money?

Lil Wayne – Russian Roulette Lyrics

Might give a statement out
I’m from a city, nobody think they’d make it out
Got a key and a Glock, I took the paper route
Gave my people the block, straightened out
And I’ll be back by mornin’
Whip the bricks until your back side’s soarin’
I just bust the AP, that’s a fact, mind’s water for my bracelet
Dropped twenty like Jordan on a bad night, scorin’
‘Gnac pourin’, I just pulled up in a matte white foreign
Stick got a drum in the beam and the flashlight on it, yikes
Yeah, my shit’s bad like Lauryn, I ran a tour
On my last night tourin’, I’m a Mack, like, hol’ up
[Chorus: Leah Marie & BENNY THE BUTCHER]
I pray so hard for my enemies
I wish them well with no other intent
Life is not promised, no guarantee
No guarantees, but you get what you get
It’s like Russian roulette
It’s like Russian roulette
It’s like Russian roulette (Butcher comin’, nigga)
No guarantees, but you get what you get
[Verse 3: BENNY THE BUTCHER]
Bust it down ’til the scale break, did a buck thirty on the beltway
Caught a bomb, Travis Kelce, ‘fore we touch down, it’s a tailgate
Piece lookin’ like a milkshake, had to back up, give myself space
Fake statements and my health straight, I can’t give a fuck what no one else say
So deep it’s like a jailbreak when the coupe slide down MLK
That’s a bulletproof CLK, fire lands on the shelf case
Turned felons into executives, made a half a mil’ and it felt great
Y’all niggas just a lil’ late, got a big house on a lil’ lake
And we both know how the smoke go, shots peel straight through a steel plate
Never throw stones when you know you livin’ in a glass house like you Bill Gates
Good on both coasts like I’m LJ, Bape store out in LA
Bougie nigga even when I’m dead ’cause I’ma die and get to hell late, ugh
[Outro: Leah Marie]
I pray so hard for my enemies
I wish them well with no other intent
Life is not promised, no guarantee
No guarantees, but you get what you get [Chorus: Leah Marie & Conway the Machine]
I pray so hard for my enemies
I wish them well with no other intent
Life is not promised, no guarantee
No guarantees, but you get what you get
It’s like Russian roulette
It’s like Russian roulette
It’s like Russian roulette (Hold on, right)
No guarantees, but you get what you get (Uh, look)
[Verse 2: Conway the Machine]
You niggas do anything for fame and clout
What would you do for your freedom? All your buss downs sparklin’ like foil
And the coke got me sweatin’, keep a towel on my shoulder
Like I used to coach the Georgetown Hoyas
I would walk down and draw down on you
Tell your woadies pray for you
And your shooters better be some fuckin’ Golden State Warriors
I’m gettin’ older, other day I told my soldiers
Spare nothin’ except the strollers, but my heart used to be colder
Never sober so a nigga prolly higher when he sober
I be higher than the solar system
Get rich and control the system
I was servin’ it, like Anna Kournikova
From a Nissan Pathfinder, now I have to find a chauffer
I got alphabet bitches, I do numbers, I do digits
I hear gunshots at my door, hold on, who is it? Play this song
[Intro: Lil Wayne]
Yeah, mula, uh
[Chorus: Leah Marie & Lil Wayne]
I pray so hard for my enemies
I wish them well with no other   intentions   (Amen)
Life is not   promised, no guarantee
No guarantees, but you   get what you get
It’s like Russian roulette (Yeah)
It’s like Russian   roulette   (Baow)
It’s   like Russian roulette   (Yeah, baow)
No guarantees,   but you get what you get
[Verse 1: Lil Wayne]
Yeah nigga, pistol to your ear nigga
Have my big homie kill your lil’ nigga
We heard the bricks comin’ on the boat
We at the dock, we at the pier nigga
You won’t even spot or hear niggas
But when they get here nigga
We gon’ pop up and appear nigga
On some DMX shit, we gon’ be like, “We right here, nigga”
Even though we right here, we far away, we light years, nigga
And my AK got diarrhea nigga
I’m promethazine, mixed with gasoline, mixed with antifreeze
And you just some light beer nigga
Sig Sauer spit a wig for ya
Sip oil better than an oil rig, dig?

​BROCKHAMPTON – chain on / hold me Lyrics

I was hopeless, we would laugh, on the lawn doin’ math
Ayy, ayy, I need some new jeans, I admire your blue jeans
I admire your mood swings, I admire the whole thing
It’s gettin’ lonely in Cali’, yeah, it’s so sunny though
Still got hope for the bloke over there with the runny nose
If I could keep your eyes on me long enough
I could prolly trick you into thinkin’ that I’m right enough
Like I got it all together, tell your fam’ I’m bright enough (Nah)
Keep my crew tight enough (Nah), give me the time, I’m writing up
(Nah, yeah)
[Break: Gil Scott-Heron]
It stands out on the highway
Like a creature from another time
[Chorus: Joba]
Hold me by surprise (Hold me by surprise, surprise, yeah)
And try to remember yesterday (Yesterday, ah, you)
Hold me by my head (Hold me by my head, head, yeah)
And rinse away the pain of yesterday (Yesterday, ah you)
I lay, I pray, for you in this time (I lay, I pray, for you in this time)
I lay, I pray, for you in this time (I lay, I pray, for you in this time)
I lay, I pray, for you in this time (I lay, I pray, for you in this time)
I lay, I pray, for you in this time (I lay, I pray, for you in this time)
[Break: JPEGMAFIA & Gil Scott-Heron]
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
(Like a creature from another time), yeah
[Chorus: JPEGMAFIA, JPEGMAFIA & Joba, Joba]
Hold me by surprise
Oh, yeah-yeah, yeah
Hold me by surprise
Yeah-yeah-yeah, no you won’t (See, you quick)
Hold me by surprise
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Hold me by surprise (Yeah)
And try to remember yesterday
Hold me by my head (Ooh yeah)
And rinse away the pain of yesterday
[Outro: Joba, Method Man & DJ Bobbito Garcia]
Cash rules everything around me
I lay, I pray, for you in this time
Cash rules everything around me
Cash rules everything around me
C.R.E.A.M., get the money
Dolla dolla bill y’all, y’all
Pardon the, uh, technical difficulties It’s all talent, perfectly balanced, young supreme Kai
Who am I? Play this song
[Part I: chain on]
[Intro]
One, two
[Chorus: Kevin Abstract]
Go ahead, throw a chain on, nigga
Tell them boys where you came from, nigga
Tell   them   boys why I   stay up late
Tryna say, tryna say,   tryna say somethin’, nigga
Tryna say
Go ahead, throw a chain on,   nigga
Tell   them   boys where you   came from, nigga
Tell   them boys why I stay up late
Tryna say, tryna say, tryna say somethin’, nigga
Tryna say
[Verse: JPEGMAFIA]
Fifth string, Young Peggy ring, go
Slick with the ink, these melodies need Duolingo (Shit)
Same size as Dua Lipa, where the fuck my pen go? Second fiddle to widows, you feel like Eddie Winslow
Street Fighter like Birdie, keep a stick like Rolento
Did you win if your purpose is just perfect potential? Wake up every morning like it’s do or die
No surprise, dudes get jealous when you cut the ties
Livin’ life, Lance Armstrong at the finish line
Give it time, when we catch them cops on cam
I don’t need six seconds, you remember Vine
It’s nasty
[Part II: hold me]
[Intro: Method Man & KRS-One]
Cash rules everything around me
C.R.E.A.M., get the money
Dolla dolla bill y’all, y’all
Of course all the hardcore heads
This one goes out to you
Crank up the volume one time
Peace to all the real DJs out there
Cause I don’t send my music to no garbage DJs
They get me
Woop-woop, that’s the sound of da police
Woop-woop, that’s the sound of the beast
Woop-woop, that’s the sound of da police
[Verse: Kevin Abstract]
Stuck in the wild, murder with a smile
The only child to make it up out the mud (Yeah)
My fingers bloody, my tooth is kinda crushed (Uh-huh)
The rush I hate is the one that you love
Fingers crossed (Yeah), criss-crossed, applesauce
Rugrats, writin’ raps, quittin’ jobs, runnin’ laps
Who was that that found the coke in your bag? (Huh?)
Or when my homies bring my name up is it breedin’ spite? I be Easy Bakin’
My oven stay prepped and ready for the heat they takin’
Niggas that took this road and failed ain’t have proper placement
Some of you niggas don’t live well, does Peggy make you hate him? Did you live up to it, is you just doin’ the minimum? Used to get fifty views, now they need Peggy’s momentum (Yeah)
Let’s check the addendum
Switch the code, I’m speakin’ prophecies, like That’s So Raven
Bald headed with lil’ status, I feel like Maven
But I be dressed like Raven, up in the studio slavin’
Wonder how Peggy be- (Wait, wait)
Wonder how Peggy be cakin’? Is it how I make the beats sound like Poltergeist?

Lil Yachty – Love Jones Lyrics

(Bitch)
Seventy racks on a chain, I don’t even wear it
You a bird, parrot (Brr)
I wear all carats (Carats)
I look better in real life, baby (Facts, facts)
Bitch hold me down, I’ll buy you a Mercedes (Skrrt)
Maybe
[Interlude]
Oh, oh
Oh, oh (Yeah-yeah)
Ayy (Yeah-yeah)
Ayy
[Chorus]
My bitch two-tone (Two-tone, go)
And I’m with my dawgs like a chew bone (Like a chew bone)
Said I fuck her for ten minutes, then I get gone (Then I get gone), ayy
She want me around ’cause I’m her ringtone (I’m her ringtone), ayy
My bitch get that pack and she send it home (Send it home)
Your bitch spend your money and blow up your phone (Blow up your phone)
Ears blinging, teeth chrome (VV’s)
I don’t wear no clusters, these is whole stones
From the back, I fuck, she love to moan Play this song
[Intro]
(Earl on the Beat)
(Lousy)
Gettin’ better and better at this shit
Ayy
I need my producer credit too
Ayy   (Go)
[Chorus]
My   bitch two-tone (Two-tone,   woo)
And I’m with my dawgs like   a chew bone (Like a chew bone)
Said I fuck her   for   ten   minutes, then I   get gone (Then   I get gone), ayy
She want me around ’cause I’m her ringtone (I’m her ringtone), ayy
My bitch get that pack and she send it home (Send it home)
Your bitch spend your money and blow up your phone (Blow up your phone, bitch)
Ears blinging (Ice), teeth chrome (Yeah)
Me and my bitch got understandings, this ain’t Love Jones (This ain’t Love Jones)
[Verse]
I’m at the top of my building like I’m King Kong (Like I’m King Kong)
Why them niggas who hate on me always unknown?

Lady Gaga – Stupid Love (Ellis Remix) Lyrics

Play this song
[Verse 1]
You’re the one that I’ve been waiting for
Gotta quit this cryin’, nobody’s gonna
Heal me if   I   don’t open the   door
Kinda hard to believe, gotta have   faith in me
[Refrain]
Freak out, freak out, freak out, freak out (Look at me)
Get down, get down, get down, get down (Look at me)
Freak out, freak out, freak out, freak out
Look at me now
[Pre-Chorus]
‘Cause all I ever wanted was love
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah
All I ever wanted was love
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah, hey-ah (Hey yeah, hey yeah)
[Drop]
I want your stupid love, love, love
Your stupid love, love, love
I want your stupid love, love, love
Your stupid love, love, love (Higher)
I want your stupid love, love, love
I want your stupid love, love, love
[Verse 2]
Now, it’s time to free me from the shame
I gotta find that peace, is it too late or
Could this love protect me from the pain? I would battle for you (Even if we break in two)
[Refrain]
Freak out, freak out, freak out, freak out (Look at me)
Get down, get down, get down, get down (Look at me)
Freak out, freak out, freak out, freak out
Look at me now
[Pre-Chorus]
‘Cause all I ever wanted was love
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah
All I ever wanted was love
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah (Ooh-ooh)
Hey-ah, hey-ah, hey-ah (Hey yeah, hey yeah)
[Drop]
I want your stupid love, love, love
Your stupid love, love, love
I want your stupid love, love, love
Your stupid love, love, love (Higher)
I want your stupid love, love, love
I want your stupid love, love, love
[Bridge]
I don’t need a reason (Oh)
Not sorry, I want your stupid love
I don’t need a reason (Oh)
Not sorry, I want your stupid love
[Drop]

G Herbo – 4am to 8am Lyrics

So the people that was tryna kill me last week can see me? How the fuck you livin’? but I just woke up finished
Every time they told me I couldn’t, that just woke a menace
Blessed, I got a million dollar mouth, but I don’t know a dentist Like, what opportunity do I really have? Leave the streets to what? It’s hard as shit
Everyday I’m gettin’ sharper, I been smart as shit
And for some reason I feel like this still my hardest shit
Never seen a gangster like this, gotta pardon it
Hoppin’ out a foreign, valet parkin’ it
Used to be a tourist, broad day, sparkin’ it
It ain’t shit for me to rap about my life ’cause I’m a artist
I get personal and burn this bitch down like a arsonist
Shine bright ’cause I survived a lot of darknesses
When I walk I shake the ground like Parkinson’s
Since fourteen, on my back, it been a target
It just make me go harder ’cause I’m knowin’ why you started this shit
You just wanna be a part of this shit
I should’ve left the streets sooner, I got smart at this shit
Played your cards wrong, your disloyalty, I spotted it
Could have had smoke with whoever, ain’t nada, I got in it
Now they change the weather, through the rain, whatever
Supposed to stay forever, we could have changed together
Got that butterfly effect, it’s like I changed for the better
I ain’t got no friends in here, nigga, I came for the cheddar
I came with Berettas, uh, Glocks, etcetera
And we’ll pop the messenger, you try and stop from tellin’ us
I rose from the cellar, in the bank more than regular
Still got some killers with me that’ll rob the register
Mansions, marble floors, penthouses everywhere
Been inside the dealership a few, but you ain’t ever there
Man, I worked my ass off for this shit, I’m tellin’ ya
Granny house was rats on the rug like Angelica
How the fuck you jealous? Go work at McDonalds? today, this goin’ on my seventh hour
[Interlude]
Put everything in perspective of what they’re goin’ through
And the PTSD that must come with that
And also why it’s so important to get this story out here
And offer opportunity to these kids so these kids have somethin’ to leave the streets for
It’s like, “Oh, get out the streets ’cause you gon’⁠—
You either gonna die or go to jail”
Everybody knows that, they know that
But, like, leave the streets? Why the fuck you chillin’? Had a M or few, ain’t say   a   M   or two
Spread wealth   with your nigga,   why you think it’s him or you? Why the fuck you yellin’? Like, what you want me to do? And you ain’t securin’ ’em? To do what? [Verse 1]
I’m livin’ proof that you can do   it,   too
By time I   turned twenty-two I had a M   or few
Get it? An L Beat? How the fuck you think I did it? [Verse 2]
Herbo, where you see yourself in ten years? By my lonely, don’t forget it
Wops and leave the stu’, it’s 8 a.m. It’s bad enough we limit us, we all criminals
And I woulda said “they”, but this shit mental, dude
The system been designed for self to let it get to you
I’m talkin’ self-destruction, traps for individuals
But I’ma dumb it down, I’ma humble down, I’ma mumble now
I been in the ring with Satan, had to rumble hours
I guess I had to go through pain to make another album
My mind thinkin’ ’bout so much shit I be smokin’ ounces
I need inspiration, in the Matrix, hella hours
I love the studio, been in there for eleven hours
Its four a.m. You ain’t got security? Why the fuck you trippin’? Why you think it’s not enough out here for him to get it, too? Play this song
[Intro]
Oh my God, who is this? You ain’t up no millions?

Tommy Lee Sparta Drops Gritty Cinematic Clip “Rich Badness”

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Twitter and “B?uss A Blank?” to life, and with the feedback currently flooding in it’s not hard to see why they’re back again. His faithful following is clearly impressed with the storyline and cinematic settings the artiste chose to put his own spin on the slang. We get to watch as the Flanker man does some serious stunting and find out what it takes to get into those blinging big leagues. His Instagram followers who had been hyped up all week were quick to comment their ratings and approval. The video premiere was a massive success with all that momentum, and the Everton Gentles/ Heavy Films directed piece clocked 76K views overnight, with fans predicting another trending hit. With his mysterious persona and dark, spitfire lyrics, Tommy Lee Sparta has been on a winning streak since being exonerated of criminal charges in 2019. While we’re stuck in quarantine, Tommy Lee is as chill as the ice on a “criss Rolex” or a “pinky ring”. What we get is a rich movie sequence with standoffs, shoot outs, a musical score and even a hot damsel in distress for Tommy Lee to save. is known for controversy and intrigue, so ordinary visuals wouldn’t do for this fan favourite. It seems that this favorable video debut just shy of June could set the tone for Tommy Lee’s summer. Heavy Films has helped the ‘buddup’ king bring previous concepts for ?”Psycho”? In between clips, he puts his money where his mouth is, flashing plenty of jewels and all the custom made perks of the rich badness lifestyle. “Tommy Lee is undoubtedly the king of music videos, this epic!” commented one fan while another wrote, “Sparta don alone can entertain me wid him music video dem, dah video yah wicked!”
The ?Spartan Soldier? Promising a new outlook on life and approach to his craft, Sparta’s recent tracks “?Blessing,” “Shallow Grave” ?and “?Under Vibes” ?have since become massive mainstream hits. “Rate d video bro g, it look like a real movie…Jah know” was among the feedback from the attentive fans who also noted the cameo by Desha Ravers. Tommy Lee Sparta drops off a cinematic clip for “Rich Badness.”
Dancehall fans can expect to be ‘under vibes’ all weekend long as Tommy Lee Sparta drops the eagerly awaited video for ?”Rich Badness.” ?The “?Hard Ears?” ?hitmaker left clips and clues all week, filling his fans (and comments) with anticipation and excitement including fellow artiste Gaza Slim and selector Tony Matterhorn.

T.I. Gets Support For His Call For Nationwide Blackout Day 2020

“IF you Give AF about the murders, lynchings, & oppression of people of color!!! T.I., who has been very outspoken on issues like these, has thrown the full weight of his celebrity status in the on-going reaction by the African American communities by calling for a Nationwide Blackout Day. T.I. View this post on Instagram

Nobody spend SHIT on this day?? Minneapolis, where the incident occurred, saw its fourth day of protest, forcing the government to activate law enforcement officials to help maintain law and order as the city braces for more unrest. TIP calls for solidarity to not just honor the lives of people of color but to demand justice and change. calls for a nationwide Blackout Day 2020 in protest of George Floyd’s murder. wrote. Floyd could be heard in the video appealing to police officers that he could not breathe, while four officers ignored his cry until he became unconscious. Celebrities, including musicians, actors, and even athletes, have taken social media to express their outrage. “Nobody spend SH*T on this day?” T.I. IF you Give AF about the murders,lynchings,& oppression of people of color!!! The day set aside as the Nationwide Blackout Day is the 7th of July 2020. #BlackoutDay2020 #July7th
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The Atlanta rapper took to his Instagram account to raise awareness for the planned Nationwide Blackout Day. Facebook
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The police officers involved in the incident have since been discharged, and the particular officer responsible for George Floyd’s death, Derek Chauvin, has been arrested and charged with third-degree murder. T.I. #USorELSE?? As expected, celebrities have condemned the circumstances surrounding the death of George Floyd. is calling for people of color to not spend money on a particular day as a form of protest against racism. In particular, the African American community is angry and has taken to the streets in reaction to Floyd’s unjust killing. There is currently a big uproar on social media over the death of George Floyd. He died after a Caucasian male police officer pinned him down on the ground and knelt on his neck, all while ignoring his plea because he couldn’t breathe.

Dancehall Diva Dovey Magnum Explains Why She’s getting Her Boobs Done In Miami

The artiste did not provide any additional details on the project however, she also confirmed a song and music video to be done with Hapilos Entertainment Group, Inc. Apart from the health concerns mentioned by Dovey, she might have also indirectly mentioned another reason for copping a ‘designer body’. “Me know know wa else me ago do but me only have money fi the breast now so me go do me breast cause me tired fi wear ‘brazzaire’ cause them hurt me and dem supm de,” said Dovey Magnum. While revealing to Winford about the upcoming surgery, she mentioned, “Well actually me ago do me breast Winford because me tired fi wear brazzaire.” She continued, “me wa do me breast cause me tired a how dem just heng dung.”
The “Bawl Out” singer’s comment seemingly left the host quite astonished. The onset of the coronavirus has led to a change of action for many artistes, including Dovey Magnum. The singer ended her chat on a positive note by charging her fellow coworkers to stay positive and to transfer that positivity to their fans as best as possible. Facebook
Twitter For starters, you will need to be in a committed relationship before trying your hand at this goddess. “Me did single the other day but me find wa other girl baby father and him a gwaan good, me like him,” she mentioned before dropping one of his more interesting qualities, “and him give me money.”
Dovey then placed her dating cards out on the table for any man looking to shoot their shot. “That’s the first line of my skincare and we are coming out with a face serum to give you that glow,” said a truly radiant Dovey, complemented by a full length of gold hair and a pair of dazzling fake lashes. The Atlanta based deejay is currently spending time in Florida and decided to unveil the secret sauce in her plans to rejuvenate her spirits during these dark days, and is it by going under the knife. “I’m in South Florida right now working wit Troyton Rami Music also Wave Music,” she mentioned before making the big real that she is currently working on an album. Another prerequisite to dating Dovey is being able to help fund her baby, her music career, which has taken a hit amidst COVID-19. Dovey Magnum says she is in Miami to get her boobs done because she’s simply tired of wearing bra. Entrepreneurship also seems to be one of Dovey’s strong suits, as viewers were also made aware of her new skincare line, ‘The Boss’ face scrub. Nonetheless, he continued with the interview, inquiring if surgery will also be performed on other areas of the body. “If me ago talk to a man or whatever, cause me like other people man cause me no have much responsibility with them but them know wa fi do from wa no fi do,” she expounded. While a breast augmentation me may on the books for the Bawl Out queen, it is not the only business she has going on in the Sunshine state. The talented dancehall baddie was chatting with Winford Williams on CVM TV’s Onstage last Saturday when she revealed that she is now under new management with New Era Entertainment’s Kereberry, and is currently working on pulling herself out of the slump caused by the virus.

Gaza Fans Calls Vybz Kartel Thirsty For Sharing Explicit Videos Of Females On IG

Thirsty is the right word fi use. We dont need u 2 show us u av gal pon u fone. It also should be noted that Vybz dropped a female themed track titled “With You” only hours before dropping the controversial gif. “A real meds goods playa outdated a celebrity power couple a dweet yah now,” she mentioned before addressing Kartel’s situation directly, “Wi know yuh lock up long time suh yuh nuh too know wah a gwaan a roaddd , but tek it from a true Gaza fan weh rate yuh it mek yuh look thirsty and look like a commonas.”
The concerned fan also questioned Palmer’s current state of mind, along with his knowledge of what she sees as a shift in trend. That seems to be the question from at least one Gaza fan in support of Adijah Palmer, Vybz Kartel government name, as a couple of fans slam the dancehall veteran in the comment section of a recent upload to his Instagram page. Mi dj strong up,” she recommended. Vybz being a player is out dated. “Mi just wan his page look like a artist,” she mentioned, “Him make him self lose value on his page. If anuh music video preview yuh a gi wi then dah post yah irrelevant… Nuh other celebrity nuh do dis only you. Vybz Kartel gets called out as thirsty by some Gaza fans for sharing explicit videos of females. Posting di galdem nuh mek it. Vybz Kartel has been known for setting trends and going against the grain when it comes to all aspects of his life and career. No disrespect at all some1 need to say wat most r thinking n satin,” penned one fan. The caption left by Kartel reads, “This a fi public eye…mi cyaw show the private @tha_kay_way,” which implies that the model shared something a bit more tantalizing, however, he’s only showing us the bare minimum, which is still racy. In reference to trends, Vybz Kartel seems ready to drop what could be his hottest album yet, and he specifically curated a section for his DIVAS. Vybz Kartel represents for his female fans on a regular basis, and showing them off to his over 1 million Instagram followers could just be his way of showing his appreciation for their love. The harsh criticism picked up support when another fan chimed in. “No disrespect. U can show di world u got bagga gal but it dnt look good 4 u. “come like yuh a loose it,. Just as u seh him nuh deh road long time so he nuh no wag1 fi the current state of minds. The fan who started the thread chimed in once more, expressing that her hard comments are coming from a place of respect and love for her beloved Worl’Boss. Players was hyped years ago NOT ANYMORE. Thanx.”
However, what was seen as trash by a selected few, was actually being labeled as straight fire and the work of a “marketing genius” by other Gaza supported. While Kartel has uploaded more risqué clips, it’s a gif of a voluptuously shaped woman strutting her stuff in a poorly lit room, wearing only her underwear that broke the camels back. When did sharing photos or videos of skimpily clad ladies become a bad thing? View this post on Instagram

This a fi public eye…mi cyaw show the private @tha_kay_way
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One fan was clearly in appreciation of this and similar photos that were shared in the past. Therefore, this could have been a part of his marketing plan. “NOTICE GAZA GIRLS THEM LOOK BAD NUH F**K,” he wrote, while others left fire emoticons and even compared the female’s thickness in the click to molasses. The disgruntled fans who appear to be a duo of females bashed the Teacha for what they see as very poor marketing tricks, along the 44-year-old’s embracing of a dying lifestyle as a player. Facebook
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Lil Yachty Drops “Lil Boat 3” And Ditch His Signature Red Hair

The 19-track project saw guest features from Drake on “Oprah’s Bank Account,” and Future, Lil Keed, Tierra Whack, Tyler, the Creator, and A$AP Rocky. “Honestly, it was hard to maintain,” Yachty told Highsnobiety about the hair change. I just kept it red because I loved it. But it kept falling out. It’s just hair. The scarlet plaits with beads at the bottom became a signature look for the “Split / Whole Time” rapper, but he has since decided to depart from the style he became synonymous with, instead favoring his natural black hair. Lil Yachty is looking a lil different these days, perhaps because he dropped a new album, Lil Boat 3. “The bleach was literally killing my hair. The project is packed with some bangers. The 22-year-old released his fourth studio album today, the follow-up to 2018’s “Nuthin’ 2 Prove”. Much like 6ix9ine is known for flaunting hair in every color of the rainbow, Yachty was recognized by those red braids. My hair was just dying. Stating that music is all fun to him, he said, “There’s no strategy behind it, like, ‘Oh, his hair was red, it’s black now. Lil Yachty’s new project, Lil Boat 3, is now out on all streaming platforms and he has a new hairstyle to commemorate the release. Two singles have already been released from “Lil Boat 3” which features collaborations with Future, Drake, DaBaby, Young Thug, ASAP Rocky, and Tyler, The Creator. Yachty reportedly recorded the album four times over before finally sending it to his label Quality Control, and the lead single, “Oprah’s Bank Account,” features Drake and DaBaby. [He’s] making evil rap music.’ It’s not like that.”
“Nuthin’ 2 Prove” peaked at number 12 on the Billboard 200 chart amidst mixed reviews, with Yachty surely hoping that “Lil Boat 3” will surpass that — red hair or not. It never would grow.”

Yachty’s hair is not the only thing growing these days. Yachty has assured his fans that even though his hair may have gone darker, his music is still set to remain bright. Facebook
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Lila Ike Calls For More Reggae & Dancehall Collaboration In Clarks IG Q&A

The project, which was released on RCA, houses other tracks such as “Thy Will,” “Stars Align,” the previously released “Where I’m Coming From,” “I Spy,” “Forget Me,” and Dennis Brown’s “Promise Land” remake “Second Chance.” With Lila’s sweet vocals coming through on every song, the 7 track masterpiece currently holds the top spot on the Reggae Album chart in the US, with 454 digital copies sold within the first week. She then proceeded to showcase a foot of a grey Desert boot she is currently rocking, but later mentioned that her dark green suede version is the favorite in her collection. “It wasn’t actually going to be on the project,” she told viewers while adding, “but the producers linked up one night – actually linking up to make another song and they heard it and they loved it.”
The smooth number taken from Lila’s debut EP The Experience urges listeners to protect their energies even if that means being locked away to focus on oneself. About three weeks before the announcement of her appearance on Clarks’ LIVE session, an iconic shot from her “I Spy” music video was shared to their Instagram page. The songstress was tossed multiple questions throughout the session. A bittersweet reveal from the tell-all Q&A is that Lila was interested in providing fans with collaboration with veteran female singer Tanya Stephens. Until then, The Experience can be found on most major streaming platforms. Facebook
Twitter Conversations about her guitar were inspired by her story surrounding the making of “Solitude,” which, as the singer recalled, was almost not a part of her first major project. It was also revealed that the music video for “Forget Me” was shot by Wikid Entertainment and will be available soon. “I guess it would be how different artiste interact with each other,” Lila Ike said. The post saluted her for donning a pair of Wallabee for the greater portion of the video. There is something truly Jamaican about putting on a pair of Clarks. “Just the concept that Reggae over ya so and Dancehall ova ya so. Nonetheless, The project was met with a lot of love, and the likes of Popcaan and Swizz Beatz passed through the virtual project launch. A few answers were delivered through song as the singer hugged and played her sky blue Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster guitar, a birthday gift from her mentor Protoje. The impressive look as the brown-suede low-cuts tucked away below her cuffed trousers may have given thoughts of the Wallabee being her favorite. She uses a Garnet Silk quote to bring her point full circle, “music is the rod and we [artistes] are Moses.”

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Other noteworthy points from the session include the names Burna Boy, Rema, and Wizkid, who make up a list of East African talents with whom she would like to collaborate. Lila’s usually funky getup just doesn’t seem complete without a pair, preferably pastel colors, as Lila would reveal while answering questions thrown at her by fans. Lila shared her favorite Lauryn Hill song – “SuperStar” and also delved into more serious topics such as what she would change about the music industry. You know I would love for more reggae and dancehall artiste to be in studio together working collectively.”
She continued, “That I think is something that would have a major effect on the music coming out of Jamaica for sure.”

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Lila Ike’ has collaborated with Protoje and Agent Sasco on “Not Another Word,” which feels like the perfect bridge between dancehall and reggae. The atmosphere throughout the LIVE was one of positivity, appreciation, and growth. Her love for the brand and the boots they provide was further rejuvenated when one of the island’s most influential acts, Vybz Kartel, released “Clarks” in 2010. However, the songstress was not only selected from her silky vocals. While she would love to see greater unity, Ike is still rooted in providing a positive outlook through her music. In answering a question surrounding being a woman in a male-dominated field, she drew on the likes of Queen Ifrica, Koffee, Naomi Cowan, and other conscious female talents leading the charge in spreading positive motherly love to the youth of this generation. As Lila would reveal in her session, her history with Clarks stems almost her entire life, with inspirations from her grand and great grandfather. However, she revealed that like most Jamaicans, her goto is the Desert boot, which has reigned supreme since 1970. Lila Ike wants more reggae and dancehall artistes to collaborate. Sadly, things did not materialize, and The Experience was left featureless. Therefore, it was no surprise when the popular UK based shoemakers called on one of the island’s most sought after vocalists, Lila Ike, to drop by their fairly new IG LIVE Q&A session.

Dre Island Drops Well-Timed Debut Album “Now I Rise” – Stream It

It’s been in the works for quite a while, and fans on his social media have been privy to the journey and many undertakings in between, including the recent #PepsiTanAhYuhYaad campaign and the Digicel Online Cameo Concert. Also on that list of engagements is the video for Still Remain, another entry from the album, that breathes introspection and liberation, to which he added an equally mystical set of visuals. The project features the previously released “We Pray,” featuring Popcaan and Be Okay with Jesse Royal plus 12 brand new gems under the Dubshot Records and Kingston Hills Entertainment labels. Are you ready for the rising Dre Island? He states, “It took me some time to get here, Now I Rise [drops on] May 29. Now I Rise arrives on all major platforms today (May 29th) after a string of versatile singles and collaborations that have had fans calling for more. The newcomer’s unique sound and upliftment ethos has made him able to stand out and square up among the industry’s finest. Dre Island dropped off his debut album, Now I Rise. His breakout song We Pray was one of 2018’s most replayed and requested releases, setting him up for continued success from that point on. Big respect to everyone who have been part of the growth. Get your copy on iTunes, Deezer, Spotify. The collection exudes a powerful testimony of growth, new beginnings, and spiritual guidance told by the multifaceted vocalist. Facebook
Twitter The timing couldn’t be better, as the world continues its balancing act, caught between the realities and uncertainties of a global pandemic. Finally ready to unleash a solid body of work that speaks volumes and satisfies fans, the artiste, born Andre Johnson, steals the weekend with his highly anticipated debut. Maximum respect to my brothers for blessing the album with timeless classic features, all the producers for bringing the beats.”
Dre Island’s Now I Rise takes audiences over the peaks and valleys of life’s experiences through the reggae messenger’s resonant vocals and musical prowess.