Turns Out Harry From Netflix’s ‘Too Hot To Handle’ Was Triple J’s 2016 Air DJ Champion

Written by Emmy Mack on May 12, 2020

If you’re one of the millions who’ve shamelessly binged Netflix reality TV garbage fire Too Hot To Handle during lockdown, then you’ll know Harry Jersey as the show’s resident larrikin Aussie horndog, and one half of its most notoriously cash-splashing couple (alongside boo Francesca Farago, whom he just got engaged to IRL).

But, like many triple J listeners, our brains collectively exploded today when it was brought to our attention that THIS IS NOT ACTUALLY THE FIRST TIME WE’VE BEEN INTRODUCED TO HARRY.

In fact, the Lismore lad previously enjoyed more than his requisite 15 minutes of fame back in 2016 when triple J Drive hosts Veronica & Lewis, accompanied by DJ extraordinaire Bauer, phoned him up to inform him that he’d taken out that year’s national Air DJ Championship.

But it wasn’t just his indisputably superior air DJing skills that turned Hazza into a local legend.

Upon answering the phone, he uttered the immortal words “RING-a-ding-ding, you’ve got The King!” and with that, the then-19-year-old became a darling of triple j and a semi-regular on-air personality on the Veronica & Lewis show in the months to come, all prior to becoming a global reality TV sensation of course.

Need proof?

Take a trip down memory lane and re-live Harry’s big moment in a clip from the j-archives below.

Walter Benjamin – Your House Lyrics

It’s so windy back home
Little girl
Where the TV screen goes to sleep
And your tiny dances should rule
The outside world
I am a glad outsider just to watch you dance
I am a glad outsider just to watch you dance
Will you let me in sometime
Just enter the gate
And go upstairs
Like God?
I’ve heard you used to bash the keys
In the morning
Before it all started to make sense

It all made sense to you
But I have never seen the truth written in your books
I have never seen the truth written in your books
It was left on the ashtrays
Where we used to finish our cigarettes
– and they’re over now
Will you let me in sometime
Just enter the gate
And go upstairs
Like God?
Your ghosts look beautiful to me
Your ghosts look beautiful to me

Thundamentals – Overdosed Lyrics

[Chorus: Jeswon]
I still can’t rely on your love
So I’m brushin’ the dirt off my shoulders
I guess I was high off the buzz
I was drunk, now I’m searching for sober
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
Oh oh whoa oh whoa

[Verse 1: Jeswon]
Girl, your love is addictive, yeah, your love is addictive, girl, your love is the dope
It was getting me lifted, it was getting me lifted, now I feel like a hoax
Yeah, I feel like a dickhead, yeah, I feel like a dickhead, yo, that’s par for the course
I was asleep on that comatose, but I awoke from that overdose
You were one in a million, that’s what I thought, though I got cold feet, I got frozen toes
Just as sure as the cold wind blows, can’t feel my face, you’re that dose of coke, better blow my nose
But my nose done grown, I told more lies than Pinocchio
But that’s just life when your life’s on drugs, tried to hold you close but I can’t quite cope
Yo, I might just ghost, hit the open road, somewhere so remote, no remote controls
No DVD’s, flat screen TV’s, plus no 4G for my mobile phone
I just write quotes from my mobile home, the homeboys gloat like, ‘I told you so’
But your love’s like white, got me wired all night, how’d I get so high when I feel so low?

[Chorus: Jeswon & Bea Moon]
I still can’t rely on your love
So I’m brushin’ the dirt off my shoulders
I guess I was high off the buzz
I was drunk, now I’m searching for sober
I guess that I overdosed

I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
Oh oh whoa oh whoa

[Verse 2: Tuka]
She said, “I like the way you f*ck me, Tuk, too bad you’ll trust me but”, I said
If you ever learn to love me we can share a little more than company, oh snap
Nothing’s ever that simple, I’d hold back, but I really can’t sit still
Cold facts you’re just into for a quick fix, soul clap, I’m in it ’cause I think you are a big deal
I swear an angel answered my prayers, she came to my aid when she saw the pain on my face
Now she’s standing right there, running her hand through my hair, saving my grace
And healing my wounds, she is my queen bee, speaking my truth, I dare
You can place your feet in my shoes indeed, you can even have the keys to my room, it’s free, see if I care
Yeah, best believe that I do, take a look in these eyes, they’re lookin’ at you
I’m right here, I hope you don’t mind when I stare, I’ve been gettin’ ideas, gettin’ hooked on that view, “like yeah”
My God, my gosh, there we are at it again, I guess, yeah
You’ll be leaving once you get what you want, but to be honest that is never quiet clear

[Chorus: Jeswon & Bea Moon]
I still can’t rely on your love
So I’m brushin’ the dirt off my shoulders
I guess I was high off the buzz
I was drunk, now I’m searching for sober
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
I guess that I overdosed
Oh oh whoa oh whoa

All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth On Living His Best Iso Life & Bringing A Bit More Sunshine Into A Dark World

Written by Brenton Harris on April 8, 2020

17 years since forming in high-school, All Time Low have reached a level of stardom that has surpassed even the wildest of their teenage dreams. A band inspired by the ultimate gateway trinity of the pop-punk boom, Blink 182, Green Day and The Offspring and named after a line from a New Found Glory song, have evolved into a gateway band themselves.
Such success is all too often a poisoned chalice for bands, but somehow, despite all the accolades, rewards and opportunities for distraction (and all the haters) that stardom brings, All Time Low remains a united front with an unchanged lineup and a seemingly unbreakable bond.

It was respect for that bond that saw them go back to basics, congregating at drummer Rian’s house in Nashville and at a rental property in Palm Springs, with friend and producer Zakk Cervini to write the fifteen tracks that became their eighth and most adventurous studio album yet, Wake Up, Sunshine and the results speak for themselves.

A perfect blend of experimentation and their trademark polished pop-punk sounds, Wake Up, Sunshine is a light, anthemic and energetic record that just screams summer party soundtrack. The problem is of course that this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic gripping the world, those summer parties are going to have an average attendance of one, and the touring circuit that would normally help spread the good vibes of Wake Up, Sunshine all across the northern hemisphere, is postponed indefinitely.

A lot of bands would – and have – choosen to delay the release the album until touring was possible but, fittingly for a band with an album named Don’t Panic, All Time Low are pressing on, undeterred and taking the opportunity to get as creative and connected as possible with the rollout of Wake Up, Sunshine, even if that means never leaving the house. With this in mind, vocalist/guitarist Alex Gaskarth threw on his best pair of sweatpants and jumped on the phone for a captivating chat with Music Feeds.

MF: Hey Alex, how’s existence treating you today?

AG: It’s pretty good, I can’t complain, especially considering everything that is going on in the world right now. I’m sure all of your interviews at the moment are starting this way right now, but it’s pretty surreal for sure. It’s definitely an odd time to be putting out a record, it feels pretty strange to be asking people to make this about me, in any way. At the same time though, people do want and need to be entertained, and a lot of people need something nice and light in their lives, so I’m hoping that this record can be that for people. Personally, I’m great, and as a band, we’ve been doing our best to remain isolated and keep to ourselves, while doing what we can to get this record out to our fans.

MF: I saw on Twitter that part of that self-isolation routine for you, personally, involves hanging out and singing with your goats, which is super wholesome content!

AG: That’s really all I have!

MF: Hopefully the record can be that sonic summer escape for people, it did that for me, on the first listen and honestly, just hearing another voice on the other end of this phone right now, in itself feels like a treat. We’re all in lockdown over here in Melbourne, so having a fresh voice on the end of the phone is a nice escape from the incessant rambling of my own inner monologue!

AG: I can relate. All of our press at the moment is remote, so I’m sitting in the same room, in the same position, with the same pair of sweatpants on, which is very different to normal. I honestly feel more connected with people, in a strange sort of a way though, not just with the interviews, but with friends and family as well. Having the downtime is actually making me reach out to people I haven’t spoken to in years, so in some ways the isolation is opening up my world.

MF: Well the flip side of this whole thing is that we might all realise, as a species that we really do need other people and we need to look after each other and look out for each other more than we have been in the past.

AG: 100%. There will be some good that comes out of this, for sure and I suspect that’ll be a big part of it.

MF: One good thing that comes out today is your eighth studio album Wake Up, Sunshine. How are you feeling about getting this release out into the world?

AG: So happy about this record. I feel it’s everything that we’ve been working towards for a long time. The way that this record came together, and the way it came out sounding has really reignited our spark and our love for All Time Low. It has made us feel shiny and brand new, even though we’ve been doing this for quite some time now. Obviously, this isn’t how we expected the record to be going out, but I’m still really optimistic for the record and for the future.

MF: As you should be! There’s a fair bit of genre-hopping going on, which makes it a bit of a welcome sonic trip as a listener, given, the mundanity of some of our lives RN! What drove that experimentation?

AG: We think that we’ve been given that lane by our fans, they’ve shown they trust us and have faith in us. Additionally, the music industry at this point in time really encourages artists to experiment. The way playlisting works, genre lines have become quite blurred now, which we feel is great for a band like us, because we’re able to write without any external limitations. On this record, we just wrote what felt natural and right and good and exciting to us at the time. Hopefully, people connect with that.

MF: I’m sure people from all the music realms will be able to get into at least one or two of the tracks, there’s such a diverse array of sounds being blended with your signature anthemic pop-punk vibe. It’s quite a fun listen. It’s nice as a journalist to be thrown off by a band occasionally and that happened with some of the guest turns, especially The Band CAMINO and blackbear, who turn up on two of my favourite tracks. What inspired those collabs?

AG: Hell yeah, that’s great to hear, thank you! Long story short The Band CAMINO are labelmates of ours and we really dig their sound and we wanted so badly to have them signed to our label, as I’d been a fan of them since they first started out. So when they were brought into our family, it just made sense to incorporate them on the record. When we wrote this song, it felt like we’d channelled some of what they had been doing, so I hit them up and said I felt they’d be perfect for this track, and luckily for us, they agreed and the results are on the record.

blackbear was a little bit different, and it might seem like a bit of a left-field choice for a collab to some people because we’ve never worked with a hip hop artist before, but Andrew Goldstein, who wrote and produced that song with us, was working with blackbear as well at the time. We wrote ‘Monsters’ [and] Andrew spoke up and said that blackbear would be a good fit on the song. So we sent it off to bear, and what he came back with was awesome, and took it to a whole new place. We felt it deserved a spot on the record because it was something new and exciting.

MF: It’s a killer track, and you never know, it might open you up to some new fans, some fresh ears, that otherwise might never have listened to All Time Low, and fresh ears can be hard to come by, 17 years into a career.

AG: Absolutely. The chance to get some new or fresh ears, for a band that’s been in the game as long as we have, is always welcome. I think it’s even good for our fans, as it’s something that stirs the pot, and sort of pushes them to branch out with us and experience something new, which can really freshen things up for them too, mid-record.

MF: As a band, you obviously still have a signature sound that remains present throughout the record, despite all the genre-hopping. Is it ever hard to find the right balance between your past and present sounds?

AG: Whenever we go to make a record, that’s always the biggest challenge. I’m sure that’s true for most bands, the idea that you’re fighting against your own legacy. It’s always going to be a struggle to please everybody, and the reality is that you never will. That’s part of being an artist. We’ve really landed in a place where if we are truly happy doing what we are doing, then a lot of the other elements follow suit, so while it is a challenge, we’ve found ways to push the envelope, without delivering music that alienates people too much.

MF: This record was produced by Zakk Cervini, who is a really promising young producer. How was the experience of working with Zakk and how much of his input is there on this record?

AG: The dude is an absolute genius! He is very, very good at what he does. He can work with so many different styles and genres of music and he excels in all of them. That’s part of what made him the perfect choice for this record. It’s such a blast because anytime you want to explore something that is outside of your comfort zone, he has an idea of how to make it work within the context of the music you’re making. I was fortunate enough to have worked with him on Simple Creatures as well, so going from the experimental weirdness of that project, and combining that dynamic with the stylistic sensibilities of All Time Low, helped to give us a fresh perspective on our own band.

I think a big part of why that worked so well is that he actually started out as a fan of our band. He is sort of a younger guy and he told us one day while we were working that he grew up listening to us, and that’s not a dynamic we’d ever had with a producer before. Certainly, other producers have been fans of the music that they’d heard, but they didn’t come up on it as a fan with that organic type of connection.

MF: That has got to be an awesome feeling for you too! That’s evidence that you’ve become a gateway band!

AG: It’s pretty surreal, I never considered that would be a possibility. It was a good thing for us and a good thing for the record and it helped us see our band with a fresh perspective and made us super confident in the choices we’re making and the record we are putting out.

MF: Obviously the record rollout is going to be a little different to usual, in that you’re unlikely to be able to tour it for quite some time, have you given any thought to how you’re going to handle that. Perhaps some streaming or other forms of interaction?

AG: We’re going to try to do as much as we can. We’ll be doing live streams and trying to put together shows in our own individual living rooms. Which is an interesting learning experience for us. As I touched on before though, we are actually feeling more connected than ever, because people are looking for something, anything that we can give them because they’re stuck at home, so we feel like that’s really opening up those lines of connection in new ways. Hopefully, that energy will hold over when we get back out to being able to play again.

MF: I’m pretty sure everyone is going to be excited to see the live streams, but people are going to be even more excited when we are all allowed to and able to go to shows safely again. There’s going to be some pretty excited fans and a unique energy on that initial run of shows post-pandemic!

AG: I would agree. Once this whole thing is behind us, I have to think people are going to be extremely excited to go out and see live music again and I’ll be right there with them. It’s something that I live for, I’ll be very ready as well!

MF: Well when we open up our borders down under, I’m sure your fans will be very appreciative of a visit! Could we be seeing you in our summer?

AG: That was the plan all along. We’ve been talking about it amongst ourselves for the last year. Obviously, with everything that is going on, we can’t lock anything in officially, but we’re definitely working on coming out towards the later months of this year.

MF: Now we touched briefly on the goats earlier, but as a band that was named after a lyrics in a song by my favourite pop-punk band, I’m curious to know who, in your opinion, are the G.O.A.T of pop-punk?

AG: Oh man, shoot, I think I’ll have to give it to Green Day? Although, Blink 182 is definitely up there for me, with The Offspring as well. I feel like those three, for their generation, were really the ones that spearheaded the whole thing. They’re the cornerstones. With apologies to Green Day though, I think I’m actually going to have to switch my stance and go with my heart and say Blink 182.

MF: A reasonable and intelligent answer for a man in a band with Mark Hoppus!

AG: I was going to say, I can’t disrespect Mark like that, can I! So Mark, my answer is Blink 182!

MF: In the 17 years of being in All Time Low, you’ve achieved some pretty awesome things, but on a personal level, surely being in a band with and being friends with Mark Hoppus has to rank pretty highly on the ‘pinch me’ scale?

AG: Oh dude, it’s incredible! He was and is an inspiration for me and a big part of why I got into this in the first place. I have him to thank for making me want to pick up a guitar and get on a stage. It’s been a surreal, trippy kind of thing to work on a project and collaborate and tour with him. Now we’re at the point where we are buds, and it’s even more fun and more rewarding getting to know him, and establishing that type of bond with him, because he really is a pretty great guy.

MF: It’s always nice when your heroes turn out to be even better in person, isn’t it!

AG: Yes! He didn’t disappoint me, when others did! It’s awesome.

MF: Before we let you go, I’m going to ask you for your quarantine/self-isolation kit! You get 1 record, 1 TV show, 1 movie, 1 instrument, 1 solo physical activity and 1 food. What are you choosing?

AG: I’m going with The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper… for the record. LOST for the TV show. The Fifth Element for the movie, for sure. Guitar for the instrument, definitely, that’s my bread and butter right there. Physical activity, let’s say, jumping rope! Food is easy, spaghetti bolognese all day, every day.

MF: That’s one ideal quarantine kit! Before we go, give us your best pro-wrestling style promo for the upcoming record, give us the lowdown on when, how and why people should pick up Wake Up, Sunshine!

AG: It’s April 3, so that means that Wake Up, Sunshine is out right now! You can find it anywhere music is streamed, anywhere music is sold, be it digitally or in a physical format, via some of the awesome record stores you have down there. Get out there and support them if you can, while you’re supporting us. Thank you for listening to the record and for the support that you’ve given All Time Low through the years. You’re the reason we get to do what we do, and we hope that Wake Up, Sunshine can bring a bit of sunshine and life to your world. We love you all.

Wake Up, Sunshine is out now. Stream/buy here.

AJR – Role Models Lyrics

[Intro]
3, 4

[Chorus]
All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
And, I will unravel if you rip away my best pieces
Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
Wrong reasons

[Verse 1]
This time of year, I’m feelin’ weird, might be allergies
Wanna move out, but when I move out, who’ll be proud of me
Thought I was made, from [?], put that crown on me
Thought I was made, from Louis C.K

[Chorus]
But, all my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
And, I will unravel if you rip away my best pieces
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
Wrong reasons

[Verse 2]
I used to say, just what’s on my brain, cause you always did
You used to be, so special to me, now you’ve taken it
Look at this mess, should I forget, what you gave to me?
Look at this mess, wake up Mr. West

[Chorus]
Cause, all my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
And, I will unravel if you rip away my best pieces
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
Wrong reasons

Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
(Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
Wrong reasons

Damian Marley – Patience lyrics

Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kiye ni kêra môgô
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kagni ni kêra môgô

Some of the smartest dummies
Can’t read the language of Egyptian mummies
An’ a fly go a moon
And can’t find food for the starving tummies
Pay no mind to the youths

Cause it’s not like the future depends on it
But save the animals in the zoo
Cause the chimpanzee dem a make big money
This is how the media pillages

On the TV the picture is savages in villages
And the scientist still can’t explain the pyramids, huh
Evangelists making a living on the videos of ribs
Of the little kids, stereotyping the image of the images

And this is what the image is, you buy a khaki pants
And all of a sudden you say a Indiana Jones
An’ a thief out gold and thief out the scrolls
And even the buried bones
Some of the worst paparazzis I’ve ever seen and I ever known

Put the worst on display so the world can see
And that’s all they will ever show so the ones in the west
Will never move east and feel like they could be at home
Dem get tricked by the beast

But a where dem ago flee when the monster is fully grown?
Solomonic linage whe dem still can’t defeat
And them coulda never clone, my spiritual DNA
That print in my soul and I will forever own Lord

Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kiye ni kêra môgô
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kagni ni kêra môgô

Huh, we born not knowing, are we born knowing all?
We growing wiser, are we just growing tall?
Can you read thoughts, can you read palms?
Huh, can you predict the future, can you see storms, coming?

The earth was flat if you went too far you would fall off
Now the earth is round if the shape change again
Everybody woulda start laugh
The average man can’t prove of most of the things
That he chooses to speak of

And still won’t research
And find out the root of the truth that you seek of
Scholars teach in Universities
And claim that they’re smart and cunning

Tell them find a cure when we sneeze
And that’s when their nose start running
And the rich get stitched up, when we get cut
Man a heal dem broken bones in the bush with the wed mud

Can you read signs, can you read stars?
Can you make peace, can you fight war?
Can you milk cows, even though you drive cars
Huh, can you survive, against all odds, now?

Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kiye ni kêra môgô
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kagni ni kêra môgô

Who wrote the Bible, who wrote the Qur’an?
And was it a lightning storm
That gave birth to the earth
And then dinosaurs were born? Damn

Who made up words, who made up numbers?
And what kind of spell is mankind under?
Everything on the planet we preserve and can it
Microwaved it and try it
No matter what we’ll survive it

What’s hu, what’s man, what’s human?
Anything along the land we consuming
Eatin’, deletin’, ruin, trying to get paper
Gotta have land, gotta have acres

So I can sit back like Jack Nicholson
Watch niggas play the game like the lakers
In a world full of 52 fakers
Gypsies, seances, mystical prayers

You superstitious? Throw salt over your shoulders
Make a wish for the day
‘Cause like somebody got a doll of me
Stickin’ needles in my arteries but I can’t feel it

Sometimes it’s like ‘pardon me
But I got a real big spirit’, I’m fearless, I’m fearless
Don’t you try and grab hold of my soul
It’s like a military soldier since seven years old

I held real dead bodies in my arms
Felt their body turn cold, oh
Why we born in the first place
If this is how we gotta go? Damn

Charli XCX – Over You Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Just a little girl on a TV screen
Stuck inside a silver cage
Body tangled up in chains
Looking for the light in the misery
Trapped behind the windowpane
Everyday I feel the same

Close to giving up, giving everything
Struggling for air, I’m blue
Fucking with my head, confused
Sick and tired of drinking your sympathy
Fighting back, not gonna lose
It’s true, I’m through, flying with you

[Chorus]
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, are you over me?
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, will you ever regret me?
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, are you over me?
I’m so over you
Promise, baby, that you will never forget me

[Verse 2]
Breaking down the doors, I’m invincible
See if you could stop me now
Super heroine, no doubt
Treating me like I was invisible
Thought that you could shut my mouth
But now I’m gonna burn you out

[Chorus]
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, are you over me?
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, will you ever regret me?
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, are you over me?
I’m so over you
Promise, baby, that you will never forget me

[Bridge]
I want to get out of here
I want to get out of here
We’re breaking up, I’m breaking down (Woah-oh-oh)
I want to get out of here
I want to get out of here
I’m moving on, we’re over now, over now (Oh!)

[Chorus]
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, are you over me?
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, will you ever regret me?
I’m so over you
Tell me, baby, are you over me?
I’m so over you
Promise, baby, that you will never forget me

Mick Jenkins – What Am I To Do Lyrics

[Intro]
Well I sbet ya
Well I bet ya
Well I bet ya
Well I bet…

[Verse 1]
Ali’s jabbin’ them shit feel like hooks
The less you got stuffed in your pocket books
The more these policies just sound like crooks
They give me sloppy looks
They gave us nothing, had to hustle same way coffee cook
Early morning grind trying to help these niggas wake up
Etch A Sketch flows, I got the shit to shake up
Niggas switching clothes
Niggas even switch their face up
But these clowns could never really switch their make up
Family’s in your genes
Fuck is that, Mesquite?
My triple beam onto bigger schemes
I’m on these waves
Don’t expect a hand clap cause you swim upstream
I’m expecting sand traps, I be in the green
If we talking green backs I’m back in the black
Been having the formula since Similac
Delicate flows under heavy metal bars but they’re still intact
What’s a nigga to do?
When you call the police but the trigger’s on you
Shit crazy man

[Chorus]
What’s a nigga to do?
Cause I be streaming black they’ll beat me to blue
Put it on TV then tell you what’s true
What’s a nigga to do?
What’s a nigga to do?
When you call the police but the trigger’s on you

[Verse 2]
Pull up on ’em shining CeCe Winans with the C notes
Redefining everything the black man denotes
I could devote time
How many times have we rewrote lines to get it perfect
Miss me with inertia I’m on dirt
You gon’ need assumptions, almost certain
My assertion we gon’ see if you got gumption
We gon’ see if you gon’ play it smart or you gon’ be on dumb shit
Wrong answer, we go dumb shit
Slow you up on some speed bump shit
On some ski jump shit
I’m taking flight cause all my flows cold
Setting bars, no [?]
I never blow smoke unless it’s unleaded
I guess you won’t know my worst
No unedited stress
Go on wax, I mean

[Chorus]
What’s a nigga to do?
When you tell ’em who you is and they be like “Who?”
What’s a nigga to do?
Yeah, what’s a nigga to do?
Cause I be streaming black they’ll beat me to blue
Put it on TV then tell you what’s true
What’s a nigga to do?
What’s a nigga to do?

Chance The Rapper – Wala Cam lyrics

[Intro: Chance the Rapper]
Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala
Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala

[Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam

[Verse 1: Chance the Rapper]
Big ol’ booty gotta jump, gotta juke me
Gotta plan, gotta duty
Gotta dance, gotta boogie
I’m a fan, gotta stan
Gotta cam, it’s a movie
Make my ‘gram look like Cannes, like in France
My momma, my mamma mia
Tell me what your momma feeds you
You getting that cornbread and choreo
Let me throw you on the story though
Trying to be like story mode
You belong on the war zone on
Wala, Wala

[Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala
Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala

[Verse 2: Chance the Rapper]
Nigga you can’t dance
My feet like my hands
Your feet like quicksand
Something I can’t stand
Something I just hate
I’m not on no date
Car don’t got no roof
Works, don’t got no brake
Girl don’t got no waist
Watch don’t got no face
Jet don’t got no plates
God don’t got no cape
Shoes don’t got no J’s
Don’t got no style, don’t got no taste
Bank don’t got no card, don’t got quickpay, don’t got no Chase

[Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam

[Verse 3: Supa Bwe]
Watching DBZ
Shorty stuck to me
Like she lowkey USB
I just want some head, want some lowkey guillotine
Police watching me like I’m lowkey new TV
Like I’m serving twenty p’s
Like I lowkey used to be
Over the seas with my girl cause she over achieving
Don’t put nobody over her king
Love my life
Shorty ride my face like bike
I’ma beat it like Mike, not Ike
My spliff broke, sh*t! oh life
I might spent on you
All year, all night
I might some f*ck some ads up
Or f*ck your mans up
I might f*ck some bands up
Switch the plan up
Leave the country like right now
Shit, I might go flight
I might take off tonight
I might, I might, I might
Tonight I might

[Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala
Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala

[Verse 4: Chance the Rapper]
You need name tag
She got the same ass
Same drawers, same car
Same bag, damn fraud
Shake it up, shake it up, shake it up, shake it up
Pop pop pop that cork
Pop it like July 4th
Shorty don’t move like yours
She get it from a store
You get it from the Stork
They don’t do this up North
They always end it [?]

[Chorus]
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
Wala

Rich The Kid – Lot On My Mind Lyrics

[Intro]
I see you. I see [?]
Haha, you dig?
I see you haters having problems
Way too many problems
Mic check, check, check, check, check, check
Check, check, check, check

[Verse 1]
Ooh, where my mic check?
These bitches, they been all at my neck (lil bitch!)
These bitches, all in my call log
You ain’t put your team on, you ain’t a boss, dog
Can’t even let these niggas close
Jealous homies set you up and now you smoke (now you smoke)
You just spent up all the money, now you broke (now you broke)
You been internet flexin’ for these hoes (hoes)
Whole lot of friends turned to enemies
Smile in my face and said they proud of me
Now they lookin’ at me like I hit the lottery
‘Cause I’m rich but bitch, you ain’t gotta lie to me
Ooh, I done watched some niggas change up
They hit for me a couple pieces, we don’t chain tuck
Too much ice, bust down, I’m still rained up
And if some niggas wanna try me, get your brain fucked
She gon’ fuck me ’cause I’m famous, post my picture up
I call Boris, that’s my driver, he gone pick you up
Couple losses but more wins, we still racked up
On the road, doin’ shows, I’m so booked up

[Vocal Break]

[Verse 2]
Ooh, Cartier on me
Made my first mil’, shit I was still hungry
Back then all them hoes, they was flexin’ on me
See me on TV, now she sexin’ on me
Got the Maybach, finna cop the Wraith on ’em
Naw, for real they gon’ hate on me
And I got your bitch been missin’, she gon’ wait on me
Told double XL I was straight on it (haha)
I’m finally rich, I knew that they would hate on me (rich!)
They ran up in the crib and had the K on me
I was slippin’, thank God that I’m livin’
‘Cause it all could’ve been different
‘Bout to put these stars in my ceiling
‘Cause my bitch straight from heaven
Rich Forever, bitch I’m in it
Get a check then I spend it

[Outro]
R.I.P X, man
You know what I’m sayin?
Young niggas get that bag, man
Get that bag, stay humble
Ya dig, and that’s that
Get a rack packs and back backs

Florida Georgia Line – Talk You Out of It Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Girl I know you had a long day
You ain’t feelin’ them downtown lights
But I got a bottle at your favorite place
Just waitin’ for us in a bucket on ice

Damn, I didn’t think it’d be that easy
‘Cause now you’re gettin’ ready
I’m just sittin’ there watchin’ TV
Here you come lookin’ like a grown man’s dream
Damn, I can’t believe, I can’t believe

[Chorus]
I talked you into slippin’ down the hall, baby, turn it on
Your playlist you play when you’re in the shower
Talked you into taking up my time, making up your mind
Switching back and forth for an hour
And now you’re lookin’ like a line from a Vandross song
I’m looking at the fine little dress you got on
Don’t get me wrong, girl, I love it
Now I just wanna talk you out of it

[Verse 2]
Yeah, as cool at it would be
Watchin’ people wonder who you are
Oh, we should just say we did, we can start with a kiss
And pretend we just got back from the bar

[Chorus]
I talked you into slippin’ down the hall, baby, turn it on
Your playlist you play when you’re in the shower
Talked you into taking up my time, making up your mind
Switching back and forth for an hour
And now you’re lookin’ like a line from a Vandross song
I’m looking at the fine little dress you got on
Don’t get me wrong, girl, I love it
Now I just wanna talk you out of it

[Bridge]
Yeah, it’s a little cold outside
The music’s probably way too loud
To hear you laugh
And there’s a look in your eyes
Looks like we ain’t leavin’ now
Girl, I’m so glad, I’m so glad

[Chorus]
I talked you into slippin’ down the hall, baby, turn it on
Your playlist you play when you’re in the shower
Talked you into taking up my time, making up your mind
Switching back and forth for an hour
And now you’re lookin’ like a line from a Vandross song
I’m looking at the fine little dress you got on
Don’t get me wrong, girl, I love it
Now I just wanna talk you out of it

Elliott Smith – Some Song Lyrics

Hello, hello, hello
(This is a rock song.)
Loud, loud, loud

It’s a junkie dream, makes you so uptight
Yeah it’s halloween tonight and every night
See you scratch your skin
Your sandpaper throat
You’re a symphony, man, with one fucking note
Charlie beat you up week after week
And when you grow up you’re going to be a freak
Want a violent girl who’s not scared of anything

Help me kill my time
‘Cause I’ll never be fine
Help me kill my time

You went down to look at old Dallas town
Where you must be sick just to hang around
Seen it on TV, how to kill your man
Then like Gacy’s scene a canvas in your hand
Better call your mom, she’s out looking for you
In the jail and the army and the hospital too
But those people there couldn’t do anything
For you

Help me kill my time
‘Cause I’ll never be fine
Help me kill my time
Help me kill my time
Help me kill my time
‘Cause I’ll never be fine
Help me kill my time

Katy Perry – Nothing Like the First Time Lyrics

[Verse 1]
The leaves were falling I was seventeen
We’d been locking lips, grabbing hips, smoking cigarettes
We took a drive in your 1990 the hand me down
From out of town I was California
Oh my legs were not shaved
And you had dirt between your fingers
They told us to behave, but hey

[Chorus]
It’s not like riding a bike
It’s not like flying a kite
It’s not as easy as pie
There’s nothing like the first time
Not like taking a bath
It’s not like having a laugh
Not like reading a map
There’s nothing like the first time

[Verse 2]
I had seen it in the magazines
We would change the channel on the TV screen
‘Cause it’s such a sin what you did to me
Straight to hell is what they sell if you done the deed
Oh but what could be so bad
Oh if everyone is guilty
I guess we want what we can’t have
‘Cause I’ve heard…

[Chorus]
It’s not like riding a bike
It’s not like flying a kite
It’s not as easy as pie
There’s nothing like the first time
Not like taking a bath
It’s not like having a laugh
Not like reading a map
There’s nothing like the first time

[Bridge]
Do you remember? Do you remember?
Do you remember? Do you remember?
La la la la la la la la
There’s nothing like the first time
La la la la la la la la
There’s nothing like the first time

[Chorus]
It’s not a walk in the park
It’s not a shot in the dark
It’s not a juvenile crime
There’s nothing like the first time
It’s not like tying the knot
There’s no connecting the dots
And in case you forgot
There’s nothing like the first time
There’s nothing like the first time
There’s nothing like the first time
There’s nothing like the first time

[Outro]
Its not like reading a map..oh ya you give me laugh
There’s nothing like the first time

Snail Mail – Static Buzz lyrics

Shutters on my house
Keep the sunlight in
If that’s not enough to keep the people out

Then I don’t wanna know what’s on the other side

Turn on the TV
I wonder who thinks of it all
We could be watching the same thing

But I always shock myself when I plug it into the wall

So should I ask?
Are you home?

I can’t keep anything down
All I hear is static buzz
And it’s all echoing through my bedroom wall

Cover me in flies
They’re breaking through the door
That’ll show the garbage man
What everyone else is always so bitter for

So should I ask ? Are you home?

I can’t keep anything down
All I hear is static buzz
And it’s all echoing through my bedroom wall

Paul Luc – Idol lyrics

I turn the television on
To hear those songbirds carry on
I tune into that drab recital
They’d claimed I’d find a brand new idol
It felt like something good was dying
Oh, something good was dying
She sang a ledgendary song
With something desperately wrong
There were fourteen-thousand notes inside
A space where four plain notes should reside
It felt like mastur~bation on the TV station
Oh, it felt like something good was dying
Oh, something good was dying
Asked about the music she was raised upon
Was it Paul, George, Ringo Starr, and John?
With her mini-skirt and her bashful eyes
Claimed she’d never heard of those four guys
She’d been singin’, “Hey Jude don’t make it bad.”
And now my whole world was sad.
Oh, it felt like something good was dying
Oh, something good was…
So I jumped into my car to drive
I flicked the radio alive
And I heard another shallow song
I turned the dial, that same song was on
Every station; It felt like indoctrination
Like no one’s even trying
Oh, it felt like something good was dy~ing

Saba – BROKEN GIRLS lyrics

[Intro]
I’m in love with broken

[Chorus]
I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
Hey girl, girl, girl, girl
I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls, hey girl

[Verse 1]
Really I’m broke myself, and I think she might help
Really I love a story, and I think she might tell
Really I’m not your crutch, really you not my girl
Really she usin’ me, but it’s cool, we use each oth’
I’m in love with contemplatin’ ’bout the pressure
Conversations ’bout depression
Confrontation cause we care too much about each other
We know it ain’t permanent but temporary
Releasin’ your Issa Rae, insecure
Collect them like Pikachu, Venusaur
We go ’til you done or my penis sore
Sleep with the TV on then we don’t speak no more
And I know when I’m with you, or maybe when you’re with me
Even if I don’t feel a thing, for a second I feel complete
I still’ll keep ya in my back pocket
I know that I’m not shit, I know that it’s toxic
I know that a part lives, that is where your heart is

[Chorus]
I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
Hey girl, girl, girl, girl
I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls, hey girl

[Verse 2]
Tread light like broken glass, really I’m not my past
Really I snatched your soul, really that’s not to brag
Really when I’m alone, really I’m not to have
Really I know you’re empty but I think I can fill your glass
Fantasizin’ all your problems
I wanted you more since I found out you heartless
Harborin’ feelins’ for niggas who hurt you
Know you on the surface but not on a personal level
I play the game of hearts
Missin’ piece, we ain’t apart
Depend on me until I’m bored
I return your heart as quick I return your call
Tables turn quicker cause after a weekend I miss ya
I don’t want you but I’m conflicted
I know that back and forth yo-yo shit over with
But you gon’ take me back, I’m gon’ convince ya
Pain ain’t never looked so temptin’
Lonely never looked so distant, we just gon’ ignore the tension
You know we both not shit, I know that shit toxic

[Chorus]
I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
Hey girl, girl, girl, girl
I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls, hey girl

[Verse 3]
This whole time, been obsessed, being sad
She was my, quick escape, made me forget
Hear her speak, see her weak, made me feel big
Crowned me, she downed me, treat me like shit
Second time, round two, what I learn?
She weren’t mine, that weren’t love, I weren’t hers
I’m not hurt, anymore, took some time
Found a girl, now I’m hers, and she mine
And she make me, feel whole, heal me
And it’s, mutual, and we still in love

[Outro]
Can’t you care for?
Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
Can’t you care for?
Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
Can’t you care? Can’t you care?

Dan Bull – Fallout 76 Rap Song Lyrics

{Whistling}

[Verse 1]
The night before the morning after
What life was like before the blast?
I’m sure I couldn’t recall or tell you now
What good’s a fallen past?
Life inside these walls is all I have
And all I seem to know
But we need fresh water flowing
For the seed to grow
I’ve been in this vault for twenty years
And witnessed the fall of as many peers
But there aren’t any enemies here
Except the lack of fresh frontiers
And since the bomb hit
I’ve been sitting in
Living in this little hovel
As a model citizen
With everything
To keep me alive
But not to keep me living life
Sick of being inside
I’d give my TV to see the other side
There’s a new world to behold
So open an ice old Nuka-cola
Stroll on through the smouldering ruins
Wiser now you’re clued up, older
Life will knock you to the floor
The rifle stock will bruise your shoulder
But beauty still finds refuge
In the eye of the beholder
We’re the sole hope
To keep our people’s home from defeat
With our control vault complete
We hit CTRL ALT DELETE
Reset the whole of humanity’s travels
Unravel the rope that is holding us back
‘Cause now that the commies and anarchists
Aren’t in the plan
We can finally follow the path
Come up from below deck
Of the vault-tec ship
It’s all wrecked
And behold breadth never told
Trek through a whole sector
Of old America
Feel old yet?
You will when you feel the cold breath
On your bald flesh
On your cold neck
In a cold sweat
Feel the rush there isn’t any gold left
Oh heck
This wasn’t in the control test
I guess it’s time to settle old debts
So get ready for more heavenly hits
From me
The Soldier of 76

[Chorus]
I don’t want to set the world on fire
I just want to start a flame in your heart

I don’t want to set the world on fire
I just want to start a flame in your heart

I don’t want to set the world on fire
I just want to start a flame in your heart

Heart~

The Internet – Come Over Lyrics

Hello
Hey
You at home right now? (x2)
Nah, not yet
Hit me up when you get home
Call me when you get home
Like 15 minutes
You busy later?
Just keep me posted
I’ll probably be at home honestly
Call me (x3)

Know you wrong
But ‘sho you right
Home alone
For the night
I can turn you on
With my dirty mind
Say I won’t
Worth a try
Puppy love
Butterflies

Made you blush
You made me smile
What you want
Baby you decide
Why we grown
Wasting time

You’re beautiful babe
You’re really something
Stylin’ I gotta say
T-shirt designer jeans
You got me open
Filled with emotion
Living in ecstacy
Just want you next to me
I’ll bring the champagne
Don’t turn me down babe
We can play simon says
Or watch TV in bed
Wake with the sunrise
Sleep in it’s alright
Ain’t even gotta sex

Mmm but, I know what you like
Baby
Can I come over, come over
You’re wasting your time
Baby

If you just let me come over babe
If you just let me come over babe

Know you wrong
But ‘sho you right
Home alone
For the night
I can turn you on
With my dirty mind
Say I won’t
Worth a try
Puppy love
Butterflies
Made you blush
You made me smile
What you want
Baby you decide
Why we grown
Wasting time

Steve
If you just let me come over babe
If you just let me come over babe

Know you wrong
But ‘sho you right
Home alone
For the night
I can turn you on
With my dirty mind
Say I won’t
Worth a try
Puppy love
Butterflies
Made you blush
You made me smile
What you want
Baby you decide
Why we grown
Wasting time

(DIAMOND RANG$)
Aye yo you call yourself being rude to me?
Fuck you too you lil…
You lil broke, yo-

These bitches want diamond rings
Birk bags and other bling
I just don’t feel the same
Vanity’s not my thang

These bitches want diamond rings
These bitches want diamond rings

Jain – Hope lyrics

J-A-I-N
J-A-I-N

Uh-ah Uh-ah

[Chorus]
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together

[Verse 1]
Every day, every time
There’s a street and here we are
We are people make the world how it’s going down
So we walked into your lives
No one look deep in the eyes
Except you, take my smile
That’s the only thing I have

[Pre-Chorus]
Hope you’re fine
Hope you’re great
Hope you’re not alone in this town
Hope you have good friend to talk
Hope you will soon find a job
Now you smile right back at me
You see that is what I need

Loving, hoping get for free
I’m gonna need it
I’m gonna use it
I’m gonna need it
I’m gonna use it

[Chorus]
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together

[Verse 2]
You have dreams, too many in a depress of society
For my hair, far to rare stuff
Stop watching TV
I’ll go outside, I’ll walk some more
To see what is next to me
And I saw you and then I knew
How your smile can give some peace

[Pre-Chorus]
Hope you love
Hope you’re strong
Hope you will not get it wrong
Stop your bullshit, then make freak
Love is hard but it’s unique

I’m gonna need it
I’m gonna use it
I’m gonna need it
Yeah, I’m gonna use it

[Chorus]
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together
Try to keep up around
Try to keep up in a road
Try to make it better, better together

Daniel Caesar – Take Me Away lyrics

(feat. Syd of The Internet)

[Verse 1: Daniel Caesar]
Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy creation
See what Jah has done
Every time she tops me off, it’s celebration, yeah
What has life become?
And we don’t talk too much
Could this be a strange new love I’ve got
Plus she’s always got that loud pack
Inspiration for this soundtrack
Every time she throws that ass back, all she says is

[Chorus: Daniel Caesar]
Take me away
Take me away
Take me away
Take me away

[Verse 2: Daniel Caesar]
Every time I go inside of your protected
Place with reverence
I’m reminded of a time I was neglected
It seems you’re heaven sent
She loves to top me off
She’s cut from the finest cloth, my love
Plus, we like to take it easy
All she wants to do is please me
Every time I’m on that TV, calls me up, says

[Chorus: Daniel Caesar & Syd]
Take me away
Take me away
Take me away (Won’t you please take me away baby, ‘way baby)
(Won’t you please take me away)
Take me away (I like the way you say my name baby, name baby)
(Won’t you please take me away)
Take me away
Take me away

[Outro: Syd]
Wherever you go, just take me, take me, take me
Would you take me, baby
Take (Take me away)
Want you take me away, take me away (Take me)
Take me away, take me away
If it’s the last thing
Want you to take me away, take me away (Take me)
Take me away, take me away
Take me

03 Greedo – Beat That Thang Down lyrics

(feat. PnB Rock)

[Intro: 03 Greedo]
Yeah, yeah
Ohh, mmh
Ohh, oh yeah

[Verse 1: 03 Greedo]
No make up on, in her pink panties
I’ma beat that thang down, baby don’t panic
Smelling cookies and cologne, she get so nasty
Can I hit it, she say baby you don’t gotta ask me
Just don’t tell nobody
I won’t tell nobody
Would you suck it if I eat it on the seat, we Posturepedic
Can I hit you on the camera while you watch it on my TV?
Would you love me if I fuck you ’til you’re numb
Soon as I come ’round, make you cum
‘Fore we leave I make her run
I’m a nigga from the slums
No mixtape, burn with the drum
I won’t give a lazy bitch no crumbs
If I met you in the projects would you set me up?
Let them people know I’m ’round you just to wet me up
She like nigga be for real, they won’t mess with us
You took me to the telly, put this on and F it up
Project music got her shaking all that ass
She wanna fuck but she don’t know if I got cash yet
She sent the number but she never sent the address
The total package like it’s squeeze and then she access

[Chorus: 03 Greedo]
You should let a real nigga beat that thang down
I be busy getting rich, yeah I don’t hang out
You won’t meet another nigga with the same style
I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
You should let a real nigga beat that thang down
I be busy getting rich, I don’t hang out
You won’t meet another nigga with the same style
I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
Ooh, ooh, I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
Ooh, ooh, I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
You should let a real nigga beat that thang down

[Verse 2: PnB Rock]
You should come through and let me put my thang on it
I’ma fuck around and make you tat my name on you
All them other niggas, they don’t do the same for you
You know me, I don’t play no games with you
Put that shit all on my face
I love they way that you taste
I ain’t got no time, I can’t waste
I just wanna fuck you in my Wraith
Shawty let me fuck you Benz too
Fuck it girl, you should bring your friends too
Let me show you what I get into
Let me show you what I’m into
Grip on your neck when I hit from the back
I’m going crazy, I’m pullin’ on tracks
I’m off of perky, I hope you can last
Go’n on on, baby go’n on on
But we ain’t on no makin’ love shit
We can get high, catch a vibe, I got drugs, yeah
We can get high, catch a vibe, no cuffing
We can get high, catch a vibe, only thug shit

[Chorus: 03 Greedo]
You should let a real nigga beat that thang down
I be busy getting rich, yeah I don’t hang out
You won’t meet another nigga with the same style
I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
You should let a real nigga beat that thang down
I be busy getting rich, I don’t hang out
You won’t meet another nigga with the same style
I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
Ooh ooh, ooh ooh, I’m a beast on these beats and I’m banged out
Ooh ooh, ooh ooh, you should let a real nigga beat that thang

[Outro: PnB Rock]
Ooh ooh, ooh-ooh ooh
Ooh ooh, you should let a real nigga beat that thang down

Jessie J – Dopamine lyrics

[NOT FULL]

Open up your eyes now
Turn the TV on and watch the news now
The world is blowing up but we’re liking pictures
The police be gunning up, fuck celebs that distract by beefing
Way up in difference
Oh man, we trippin’
They got us talking ’bout shit we playin’ some mission
Some real, some fiction
Man, fuck the system
They got us tweeting hype, to hide the issue
We’re addicted to the dopamine

Cardi B – With That lyrics

[Hook]
Hundred band, hundred band
I’m ’bout my bread I got to get this shmoney man
They fuck with my shmoney I’m sending them shots I watch them do the running man
I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
He just want to splurge and its ok I’m so cool with that
5 thousand on a purse yeah baby boy I’m so cool with that
Fuck him so good he gonna want to go spend all that
Pussy got him on the jugg he gonna re-up and come right back

[Verse 1]
No I’m not cool, ’cause bitch I’m bool
And I’m been jacking that ever since school
So don’t be a fool
Run up on me got mechanics with tools
And they ain’t scared to lose
They had me on snooze
Now when I host it’s is a zoo
When the host is a zoo
Got me a check I got a check
Feeling so blessed
Doing a lot more than what they expect
I’m in my prime everything in effect
And I’m so cool with that
This hustle not new to that
Sell out these spots got ’em thinking like who did that
This new bitch from the Bronx
The one that you slept on for so long so cool all that, cool all that

[Hook]
Hundred band, hundred band
I’m ’bout my bread I got to get this shmoney man
They fuck with my shmoney I’m sending them shots I watch them do the running man
I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
He just want to splurge and its ok I’m so cool with that
5 thousand on a purse yeah baby boy I’m so cool with that
Fuck him so good he gonna want to go spend all that
Pussy got him on the juug he gon’ re-up and come right back

[Verse 2]
He want to dab in this pussy but I don’t think he get the picture
He ask me what I want I tell him, make me look like Sub-Zero sister
I’m talking that ice, just ignore the price or I might just dismiss ya
Don’t do broke niggas, ain’t no joke nigga ’cause the pussy delicious
Bitches mad at me cause I’m on my shit
I know they doubted me cause I used to strip
Blew on IG on some regular shit, then she to TV on some degular shit
When I pull up on that bitch for talking that shit amnesia kick in and I swear they forget
Then I think to myself they ain’t fuck with my money then I keep it pushing watch out lil’ bitch

[Hook]
Hundred band, hundred band
I’m ’bout my bread I got to get this shmoney man
They fuck with my shmoney I’m sending them shots I watch them do the running man
I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
He just want to splurge and its ok I’m so cool with that
5 thousand on a purse yeah baby boy I’m so cool with that
Fuck him so good he gonna want to go spend all that
Pussy got him on the jugg he gon’ re-up and come right back

Kehlani – How We Do Us lyrics

(feat. Kyle Dion)

[Verse 1: Kyle Dion and Kehlani]
Love shouldn’t be defined
Love is one of a kind
What we do is crazy baby
All the ways you make me feel
The way you do me like that
The way you do me like that
We just understand what nobody else can
[Kehlani]
You know how to put it down
How to pick me up and never cause me stress
Every day’s a rush
You always cracking jokes and always make me blush
I could stand the world if it was just us
Every day you love me so
Never let you go
When I say it’s on you’ll never tell me no
That’s love baby
That’s us baby

[Chorus: Both]
You know ain’t explaining all this love we making
They think that we’re crazy but it’s us
Cause this is how we do us baby
This is how we do us baby

[Verse 2: Kehlani]
Don’t you hate it when they get to asking all them questions ’bout the way we rockin’
Like, we gotta have a separate title or something
Gotta be on TV like the idols or something
Cause baby boy this ain’t no way that I could ever begin to explain
The way we love
The way we trust
The bond we have
It’s just for us
Just for us
Telling me, yeah we’re soul mates
I knew it ever since our very first date yeah
You the truth
I need the whole thing
But I won’t risk putting this love at stake
For a simple explanation to a simple muthafucka
Who really don’t know us
Really don’t wanna
I mean it when I say it, that I only wanna love ya
That other shit is extra
Baby far above it now
I know sometimes I do a little much
I know sometimes you got a little problems with your trust
But that’s love baby
That’s us baby

[Chorus: Both]
You know ain’t explaining all this love we making
They think that we’re crazy but it’s us
Cause this is how we do us baby
This is how we do us baby

[Bridge: Kyle Dion and Kehlani]
[Kyle]
You’re the only one I want and I can never leave your side
You’re always here down to ride
You’re always here and that’s why
I fu-u-u-uck with you
[Kehlani]
Said he fucking with me cause I’m down
He know every single lyric
He at every single show and
Baby that’s why I’m in love with you

[Chorus: Both]
You know ain’t explaining all this love we making
They think that we’re crazy but it’s us
Cause this is how we do us baby

Joyner Lucas & Chris Brown – I Don’t Die lyrics

[Intro: Joyner Lucas]
Joyner, Joyner, Joyner, Joyner, Joyner
Woo, woo, woo, woo, woo!

[Pre-Chorus: Joyner Lucas]
Mind your motherfuckin’ bid’ness, ain’t nothin’ you gotta see
How you all up in my shit when you got more problems than me?
Yeah, I’m cool but you don’t wanna see that other side of me
And my niggas mobbin’ deep, hoe, I’m a fuckin’ prodigy
I know, I know that you been envy, bitch, it ain’t that hard to see
Don’t you dare go fix your mouth to tell me that you proud of me
Ain’t no choice to me but loyalty still means a lot to me
Some niggas’ll gon’ chop my arm right off and still reach out to me
I know you probably want that

[Chorus: Chris Brown, Joyner Lucas & Both]
You want that ambulance to pick me up and take me on that ride, yeah
Hoping that they don’t revive a nigga and bring me back to life
And you shot me down, shot me down, shot me down, shot me down
Shot me down, that’s all right (buck, buck) I don’t die

[Verse 1: Joyner Lucas]
B-b-bad to the bone
Everybody wanna be so motherfuckin’ bad ’til they ass be alone
Now you back in the cold
And I’m laughin’ at every single fact that they don’t want me on half of these songs
It was that from the go, just a bunch of little spoilt fuckin’ bastards
Every single one ’em would laugh at my joke
Niggas pass the Patrón
I think I’ma go and drink it until I pass out in the back of the Rover
Ménage on my mind (ayy) I’ve been on my grind (woo)
Been through so much, sometimes think that God ain’t on my side (yeah)
I cut all my friends off then say y’all ain’t on my vibe
And it’s so much more to life than drinkin’, party all the time, woah
This gon’ last a lifetime (lifetime) no more Mister Nice Guy (Nice Guy)
I text Jaden Smith and told that nigga he a icon (icon)
Don’t get shit fucked up just cause I ain’t got no ice on
Don’t mean I am not Sub-Zero, I should freeze you hoes at night time
I’m like, where the hell you been at? I’ve been doin’ this
Since I was a kid and my grandma used to ask me where my head at
Always in trouble, ’cause I was never learnin’ nothin’
Except how to muscle my way into the game with no setbacks
All that’s been sleepin’ on me, fuck it, where the bed at?
‘Cause I’ve been strugglin’, tryna be on top of them other niggas
Blind for me, but fuck it, doesn’t mean nothin’
If their music ain’t really cuttin’ it they can hit the g-g-gutter
One day y’all gon see me (see me) I make shy look freaky (freaky)
I make dry look greasy (woo) I make hard look easy (easy)
I remember way back when my momma took my TV, hoe
Now I’m all on TV, hoe (woo)

[Pre-Chorus: Joyner Lucas]
Mind yo motherfuckin’ bid’ness, ain’t nothin’ you gotta see
How you all up in my shit when you got more problems than me?
Yeah, I’m cool but you don’t wanna see that other side of me
I don’t want to hear no sorrys, bitch, fuck your apology
I know, I know that you been envy, damn, it ain’t that hard to see
I don’t wanna get to know you, no please, don’t say hi to me
Ain’t no choice to me but loyalty still means alot to me
Some niggas’ll gon’ chop my arm right off and still reach out to me
I know you probably want that

[Chorus: Chris Brown, Joyner Lucas & Both]
You want that ambulance to pick me up and take me on that ride, yeah
Hoping that they don’t revive a nigga and bring me back to life
And you shot me down, shot me down, shot me down, shot me down
Shot me down, that’s all right (buck, buck) I don’t die

[Verse 2: Chris Brown]
That’s why a nigga ride ’round with a weapon
Better that than me lyin’ on a stretcher
Gunshot (pow, pow, pow!) applyin’ all the pressure
Potato on the chopper, shootin’ through the pillow, blood on the feathers
Rollin’ dice with ya life, all I do is roll 7s (woo)
Eagle on my lap when I walk with the devil
Hit a bitch from the back like I don’t know better
Man, I swear to God you better talk to the reverend
Yeah I’m on a weed high, dehydrated
Her booty fuckin’ skin-tight, Levi made it (yeah, yeah)
Yee-haw, yee-haw, put her in a stable
Keep my cards in my pocket, never put ’em on the table (woo)
Leave her bra on the floor, put my dick up on her naval
Do what I say, don’t give me no ultimatum
Ride around or die, get your life taken
Shit, already went half on a baby (buck, buck, buck, buck)
All these broke bitch ass niggas
Tryna tell a real nigga how to really fuckin’ get a bag (woo)
How you fuckin’ 25 with your first car?
I got 10, that’s why them niggas mad (hey)
Why you wanna hate on progress? (Woo)
Why you wanna keep me in the projects? (Jheeze)
Nigga, why you wanna eat off my check? (Hey)
That’s some weird ass shit, you suspect (hey)
That’s a weird ass bitch, don’t trust that (woo)
Shut the hell up, a nigga ain’t done yet (hey)
All these shots, are you niggas havin’ fun yet? (Buck, buck)
I’ma do it by the book so run that (hey)
Take ya bitch, then I ride into sunset (hey)
Layin’ on the Westside, hit Sunset (hey)
Backwoods, you can find me where the skunk at (hey)
Bullet with ya name on it if you want that

[Chorus: Chris Brown, Joyner Lucas & Both]
You want that ambulance to pick me up and take me on that ride, yeah
Hoping that they don’t revive a nigga and bring me back to life
And you shot me down, shot me down, shot me down, shot me down
Shot me down, that’s all right (buck, buck) I don’t die

Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert’s Reality Show Coming Next Year


Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert have landed their own reality show and its coming next year.

Teyana already dabbles into acting and gained even more fame for herself when she appeared in Kanye West’s “Fade” video. The cut went viral for her dance moves which she performed in a workout outfit while showing off her killer body. She also got more attention for her appearance at the New York Fashion week during the summer when she rep Philipp Plein.

Now Teyana Taylor and her entire family including husband Iman Shumpert and their daughter will have a chance to be on your TV a lot more often. Deadline reported that the couple signed on to a new deal with VH1 for their very own reality TV show that will be called Teyana & Iman. The first season episodes will cover their life leading up to Teyana Taylor’s big NY Fashion Week debut. The couple says the reason that they signed on for the reality show is to be a positive symbol of black love.

“Not just black love, all love,” Teyana Taylor said. “It is to inspire all love period. There’s nothing more special than showing young folk that you could be in love and married.”

The show will focus mostly on Teyana Taylor and how she balances family and fame but we may also see some footage of Iman Shumpert basketball career and his plans to dabble in hip hop a little.

.@TeyanaTaylor & @ImanShumpert represent Black Love in an all new series. ?? Catch #TeyanaAndIman MONDAY February 19 at 10/9c on VH1! pic.twitter.com/ifitLU7eRX

— VH1 (@VH1) November 14, 2017

Drake Buys $300K Herms Birkin Bag For Future Wife


Drake reportedly drop $300,000 on a Hermes Birkin bag for his wife that he has not yet met.

There are a lot of interesting things about Drake that the average fan may not know about and one of them is his habit of stockpiling some expensive Hermes Birkin bags for his future wife that he will meet one day. These bags can run up to $10,000 and Drizzy reportedly got one for a whopping $300,000. This girl doesn’t know it yet, but she she gets married to the 6 God, she will be well off. At one point everyone was rooting for Drake and Rihanna to one day jump the broom, but that on-and-off relationship seems to have ran its course and the Bajan pop beauty is now dating a billionaire.

Not surprisingly, the Toronto rapper didn’t talk much about his romantic life which has always been under scrutiny, thanks to his love for women with big booty. Over the past few years, he has been linked to a number of women besides Rihanna, including some well known strippers like Malia Michel. Earlier this year, he was also linked to Jennifer Lopez but that seems like it wasn’t a serious romance.

Drake is featured in the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter and in is spread he spoke about his retirement (one day). Drizzy also has his eyes set on Hollywood starting with a producing gig for Top Boy which will be reboot on Netflix next year. The rapper is also teaming up with Anonymous Content to produced a TV series. Anonymous Content is the production company behind Spotlight and Mr. Robot.

Despite his venture into the movie and TV business, Drake says he still has passion for making music and why wouldn’t he because because he is good at it. “I’m sure I’ll stop [making music] one day,” Drake said in the interview with THR. “When it starts to feel like I’m making it up. Hopefully I’ll catch it before I ever get there, right? But right now it feels like we just started, so I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. But I do plan on expanding — to take six months or a year to myself and do some great films. Music’s always there.”

Watch a short clip from the interview below.

Shenseea and Her Son Featured In New Commercial


Shenseea has been having a phenomenal year in dancehall and it’s only getting better for the fast rising female deejay.

Aside from scoring a number of hits for herself this year, Shenseaa also snatched up a few corporate endorsement deals for herself including deals from Pepsi and now FLOW. She is featured in a new holiday ad for FLOW with her 2-year-old son, Rajeiro. The advertisement features the dancehall deejay, real name Chinsea Lee, hanging with her family while juggling her her own personal business which includes recording a song using her phone.

“This one is very special to me for two reasons first, because it is the first time I am appearing onscreen with my heartbeat, my darling son, Rajeiro, and also because I love the Christmas season, and I was happy to get an opportunity to show off my talent in another kind of way,” Shenseea said.

FLOW VP of marketing, Carlo Redwood, said the company wanted to show off the more family oriented side of Shenseea, a side of her that fans haven’t really seen before. The Christmas advertisement is currently being run on local TV stations.

Yanique Curvy Diva responds To Christian Backlash


Yanique ‘Curvy Diva’ Barrett is defending herself amidst growing backlash from the Christian community.

The dancehall deejay/TV host has been getting some hear from Christians who are calling on her to change her lifestyle. Barrett says that this is not the first time that the Christian community is turning its attention towards her. In her defense, she is simply asking for a word of prayer rather than more judgments. “I had on clothes so for them to go so hard and tell me I need to find Jesus is too much,” she said. “Is weh dem know bout me and God.”

The Curvy Diva added that the not because she is a sex symbol means that she is lacking morals doesn’t have a relationship with god. She said regardless of the criticism, she will maintain her faith in god. “Sometimes, they just need to give me a break,” she added. “They are too hard, and sometimes things nuh called for. I have a relationship with God. I grew up Adventist, so regardless of being a dancehall artiste, I’ll always have that connection with God. I go to Church, but it’s not even about going to Church, it’s more about having a relationship with God. I pray before I go on a dancehall stage, and knowing that I have a relationship where I can call on God is more important to me than saying I’m a Christian or not.”

Yanique ‘Curvy Diva’ Barrett is currently getting ready to release the music video for her debut single “Lifestyle.” The video was shot in Jamaica last month and will premiere on Dancehallhiphop.com sometime soon.

Blac Chyna Sues Entire Kardashian Clan For Canceled TV Show


Blac Chyna is suing the entire Kardashian clan for canceling her TV show with Rob Kardashian “Rob & Chyna.”

The second season of the show was set to air on E! network, but it’s not happening, according to a TMZ report. This feud between Chyna and the Kardashians is far from over. The celebrity socialite is suing the family for allegedly using their influence over the E! network to have her show booted. Sources inside the network are calling her claims bogus and pointed to a number of issues with her show including their inability to film because she refused to be in the same room as Rob.

Back in July, Blac Chyna got out a restraining order against Rob Kardashian claiming that her baby daddy physically abused her. The network insider also claimed that E! was unhappy about the ratings for the first season of the show and that forms part of the reason for the cancellation. Chyna is also suing Rob for allegedly snatching her phone and knocking her to the ground in a rage. She also claimed that he once tore down a bedroom door to get to her and even threatened to kill himself on multiple occasions.

Blac Chyna presented a number of text message evidence to support her story including messages where Rob Kardashian repeatedly told her that he would kill himself. “I will kill myself just to show U how serious I was about u and all this,” one of the messages read. In his defense, Rob Kardashian accuses Blac Chyna of cheating on him with multiple men including her baby daddy Tyga. Back in July, he stunned everyone when he leaked a number of nude photos and videos of Chyna on Instagram while exposing the men she has been cheating on him with. We will be watching closely to see how far her lawsuit against the Kardashians goes.