SHAED – Trampoline (Stripped) Lyrics


[Verse 1]
I’ve been havin’ dreams
Jumpin’ on a trampoline
Flippin’ in the air
I never land, just float there
As I’m lookin’ up
Suddenly the sky erupts
Flames alight the trees, spread to fallin’ leaves
Now they’re right upon me

[Chorus]
Wait, if I’m on fire
How am I so deep in love?
When I dream of dyin’
I never feel so loved (So loved)

[Verse 2]
I’ve been havin’ dreams (ahhh)
Splashin’ in the summer stream (ahhh)
Trip and I fall in (ahhh)
I wanted it to happen (ahhh) (ahhh) (ahhh)
My body turns to ice (ahhh)
Crushin’ weight of paradise (ahhh)
Solid block of gold, lyin’ in the cold (ahhh)
I feel right at home (ahhh) (ahhh) (ahhh)

[Chorus]
Wait, if I’m on fire (fire)
How am I so deep in love?
When I dream of dyin’
I never feel so loved
Wait, if I’m on fire
How am I so deep in love?
When I dream of dyin’
I never feel so loved

[Bridge]
I never feel so loved
La, la-la, la-la
La, la-la, la-la, la-la
La, la-la, la-la
La, la-la, la-la, la

[Chorus]
Wait, if I’m on fire
How am I so deep in love?
When I dream of dyin’
I never feel so loved
Deep in love
I never feel so loved

XXXTENTACION – Who The Fuck Is God [Original] Lyrics


[Intro: XXXTENTACION]
God
Who the fuck is
Who the fuck is
Ayy
Cocaine
Ayy

[Verse 1: XXXTENTACION]
Two shots for me and fucking Jesus himself
Who the fuck signed the petition giving Jesus the belt?
Tie it around his neck and get to fucking buckling up
For every moment I counted on him, I’m fucking him up
Torture victims are due to scriptures, it’s written as such
So every moment my uncle suffered was planned in the cut
Cut his tongue out and hammered fucking nails in his skull
Couldn’t see what Jesus planned, my vision is dull, and so
If there’s a fucking God, I wanna slit his fucking throat
And feed his organs to the children
And, showеr solutions to the black and the white
And, еndless indulgence to the youth in the night
Cold scripture all use to be causing a rut
Drowning women and many children and pillaging trust
Just the minimum, murdered many in sake of themself
He just replaced you, you are just a book on his shelf, and so

[Bridge: XXXTENTACION & Sully the Chief God]
Who the fuck is God?
Who the fuck is God?
I said, who the fuck is God?
Is he a trap star or rockstar
Or the president
Doesn’t leave many men, innocent (Yah)
Yeah, see, living for a reason I don’t know
Fuck Jehova
It’s Sully the Chief God
Hold up, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

[Verse 2: Sully the Chief God]
Society is a parasite that darkens the soul
Keeping us ignorant and under control
Our heart’s growing colder as our ego takes over
Drugs numb the pain that I carry on my shoulder
Smoking all this weed hoping that God forgives me
While I stand and refuse to bow down on my knees
Bow down on my knees
Fuck that, smoke that DMT

[Verse 3: Absentwill]
You never seen the shit I seen
Pullin’ up in beams smoke by the steam
Once had hood dreams all about the cream
Then you with the team, servin’ up the fiends
Poppy and a spleen, don’t fuck with it
Now let me take you back to the story, that I once told
Ayy, ayy, that I once told

[?: Nyora Spouse]


R. Kelly – How Do I Lyrics


She’s everything thing for me
There ain’t nothing she won’t do for me
And every man wants a girl like her
No price compares to what she’s worth, oh

She saved my life in so many ways
Cause when darkness come she my break of day
And I know I’m blessed with what I got, yeah
But still I can’t seem to tie that knot
Somebody help me

How do I tell my girl that something came up
And the plans has changed?
How do I?
How do I tell my girl that I’m not gonna be able to make it?
I’m going away
Tell me how?
How do I tеll my girl that I’m sorry, baby but I just can’t?
Tell me how do I look her in hеr face
And have the nerve to say that I’m not ready?
On our wedding day

Now we have both been together since our rawing pascal days
We done walk through all kind of stormy weather
And we have both shared each others things
No one can ever come between us two
And I bet my breath that things would never, ever change
Now this world a marriage we vowed to
All of a sudden seems so strange
Somebody help me, yeah

How do I tell my girl
(How do I?)
That something came up
And the plans has changed?
(How do I tell her?)
How do I tell my girl that I’m not gonna be able to make it?
I’m going away
(Going away)
How do I tell my girl that I’m sorry, baby but I just can’t?
(I can’t, no)
Tell me how do I look her in her face
And have the nerve to say that I’m not ready?
On our wedding day

Her mother know my mother
(And it’s all good)
My brother know her brother
(We all grew up in the hood)
Her cousins cool with my cousins
(And all of our friends)
And her friends are my friends
(And grandma and pastor)
Could I let this end when we supposed to be a family?
(Thinking no)
And her racing is under her and me, yeah
And I never meant to go and waste her time or her ruin her life
I’ve got a bad case of butterflies
Somebody help me
Tell me how do…

How do I tell my girl?
(How do I tell my girl)
That something came up
And the plans has changed?
(Something has changed within me)
How do I tell my girl
(How do…)
That I’m not gonna be able to make it, I’m going away?
(Yeah, going away)
How do I tell my girl
(How do I tell her)
That I’m sorry, baby but I just can’t
(Sorry but I just can’t, no)
Tell me how do I look her in her face
(Look her in her face)
And have the nerve to say
(Have the nerve to say right on our wedding)
That I’m not ready not ready right on our wedding day, oh

How do i tell my girl
(Man this is the worst thing that I ever had to do)
That something came up and the plans have changed?
(When I know she don’t deserve it)
How do I tell my girl that I’m not gonna be able to make it
I’m going away?
(But I’m so confused)
How do I tell my girl
(Help me, lord help me to make a decision right now)
That I’m sorry, baby but i just can’t?
Tell me how do I look her in her face
And have the nerve to say that I’m not ready on our wedding day?

VP Records Urges Mr. Lexx To Re-Examine Contract, Deejay Satisfied After Meeting


Mr. Lexx’s grievances with the largest independent label and distributor of Caribbean music, VP Records, has finally subsided after the entertainer took to social media to share that he had a successful meeting with the organization’s CEO, Chris Chin.

Two days ago, Lexx thrashed the record label for what he classified as shady and conniving tactics pertaining to the label owning 145 of his songs.

“How cruel is this? VP records is telling me they own the publishing for 145 of my songs for the rest of my life. Imagine the countless artists they did this to. Imagine how much artists died without a cent in their account and VP still collects their cheques. How is this legal?” Mr. Lexx questioned.

Urban Islandz spoke to Natasha Von Castle, The Communications Director for VP Records, who explained that the label had done nothing wrong and Mr. Lexx needed to revisit his contract to confirm just what he signed to.

“I just think he really needs to review his contract and understand what publishing is. I think that’s where a lot of these artistes don’t fully understand what they are signing. Your publishing is your publishing. I believe he was signed to Greensleeves, so when VP Records acquired Greensleeves we then acquired the catalog of many of these artistes. At no point in time are we taking advantage of them. At no point in time are we trying to harm them or put them in a negative position, but at the same time I think that it’s our responsibility to understand how these contracts work,” stated Von Castle.

While questioning Mr. Lexx’s decision to air his issues on social media, she also explained the benefits of being signed to a label.

“He will come to understand how his career as benefited by VP Records being involved, for example, music placement, whether it be in television shows or movies. These are some of the benefits an artiste has when they are signed to a label, not saying it cannot happen independently but I am saying that we have resources to make it happen a little bit easier, a little bit faster and all of those things.”

The deejay, who has been making music for over two decades, recently expressed that both parties are now happy following their impromptu meeting.

“Today (Monday) I had a meeting with CEO of VP records Chris Chin who personally contacted me and tho I can’t mention in detail everything discussed I am happy to say we came an agreement which I’m comfortable and with that want really reach the up coming artists when being…. …. approach with contacts ensure they have legal representation before signing anything,” he wrote on Twitter.

Both Mr. Lexx and VP Records were tight-lipped about details concerning the new deal/renegotiations when contacted by Urban Islandz.

…. approach with contacts ensure they have legal representation before signing anything.

— Mr Lexx (@therealmrlexx) May 25, 2021

Recent technological trends have made it easier for entertainers to showcase their talents to the world. This has also resulted in more entertainers choosing to form their own labels versus being signed to an already established company. There have been grumblings of record companies simply profiting off the work done by entertainers without providing any real assistance. While all publishing deals are not the same, it usually involves the entertainer allotting full or part ownership of their intellectual work to the company for a share of the royalties.

The benefits of a publishing deal to fledgling entertainers include stronger connections with studios and industry executives, assistance with funding high-quality demos and recordings, writing/creative assistance, and cash advances. Sadly, not many entertainers review their contracts in detail to properly understand just how labels recoup their initial investment.

Von Castle is urging entertainers to ensure they analyze contracts with a fine-tooth comb and to seek legal counsel if they are unsure of jargon and complex clauses.

When questioned if VP Records had any strategies to combat the increase in entertainers choosing to go independent, she said, “We believe in artistic expression, and however artistes want to express themselves that is how they should express themselves,” and as such, there is no push to ensure more entertainers are signed.

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Jay-Z Cannabis Company Gets Huge Deal To Produce 900,000 Lbs Of Marijuana


Rap mogul Jay-Z continues to dominate with his business acumen. We’ve all come to know that he makes major deals that rake in cash, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that his foray into the marijuana industry is also proving to be very profitable.

At the end of last year, Jay-Z announced that he would be launching the Monogram cannabis brand. It was his official push into the legal marijuana industry, and it looks like it’s already been bringing back in cash for him. According to a press statement, he’s also set to become the owner of one of California’s largest cannabis producers. This follows several multi-million dollar transactions.

So here’s a breakdown of how it all happened and what the mergers and acquisitions mean for his bottom line. Firstly, The Parent Company owns his Monogram Cannabis brand, and that brand acquired Mercer Park Brand Acquisition Corp for $50 million. Mercer Park is expected to merge with Glass House Group in a deal worth more than $567 million.

Once that’s official, The Parent Company will be part of a lucrative 10-year-deal with Glass House to produce nearly 500,000 pounds of cannabis. The Parent Company has also already purchased four acres of land from cannabis farmers for $17 million. That deal involves a combination of cash and shares of The Parent Company. The farmers have reportedly already received a $6 million cash advance.

That’s not all; the companies are also in talks to finalize a six-year $25 million retail partnership which will mean that The Parent Company products would be sold at Glass House stores. Of course, this is probably just another day in the life of the rap mogul, who also has numerous businesses that are profitable. One of his most recent deals was with Jack Dorsey’s Square Inc. to acquire a majority stake in Tidal. Out of that deal, a TV and film production company trademark has reportedly been filed.

“These partnerships are a fantastic opportunity to secure long-term access to over 900,000 pounds of high-quality, low-cost, California-grown cannabis for use across our expanding portfolio of branded products,” said the Chief Executive Officer of The Parent Company, Steve Allan.

He also shared that over the last 100 days, the focus has been to continue to scale up the company’s supply chain.

“Our strategic investment accomplishes two important components, gaining access to Glass House’s greenhouse-grown cannabis at attractive pricing and expanding the distribution of our products to their network of retail stores,” he added.

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XXXTentacion’s Brother Sues His Mother For A Piece Of His Estate


Three years since the death of rapper XXXTentacion, one of his brothers has alleged that their mother has allegedly been siphoning money out of his estate and hiding it in shell companies.

Corey Pack, who is a half-brother of the later rapper, has filed legal documents which claim that Cleopatra Bernard is reportedly taking funds from the estate and transferring them to multiple holding companies.

The document filed by Robert Stok, who is representing Pack, says about the application – “the fraudulent transfer complaint seeks to recover assets being transferred from the probate estate by XXX’s mother, Cleo Bernard, in order to deprive our client Corey Pack, of a recovery, if he’s successful in his efforts to secure his inheritance rights either under his late brother’s trust or will,” Pack’s lawyer Robert Stok said.

The family has been fighting over a trust he left at the time of his death, which I estimated to be worth $50 million.

The documents say that the late rapper’s estate, two of his brothers, each have a 25% share, while his mother has a 50% share of the total assets that his estate owns and is earning. However, there is a third issue at play as the late rapper reportedly has a son who was born months after he died. This would mean that the shares would be revised among the family members.

This new lawsuit is the second from Pack, who shares the same father with XXX. In 2020, Pack’s mother, Jodi Kavney, filed for a share in XXX’s estate on behalf of her son, and her claim was valued at over $50 million. In that lawsuit, Pack and his mother accused Bernard of draining the rapper’s estate of millions of dollars from the estate, but she has denied those allegations.

Pack’s new lawsuit does not say how much Bernard has allegedly taken from the estate nor offer detail on the shell companies she is using to hide the money.

The late rapper, whose real name is Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy, is of Jamaican descent and continues to top the charts as fans keep his music alive. The young rapper was only 20 years old when he was shot and killed in Deerfield Beach, Florida, during a robbery.

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Migos labelmate Metro Marrs Detained After Making It Rain At Graduation


Metro Marrs, one of Quality Control Music’s most recent and youngest signees decision to make make it rain at his high school graduation has been met with consternation by both his school and the police.

The 18-year-old, joined the label last year and is now in some celebrity company as it’s also the label of the Migos, Lil Yachty and The City Girls. Marrs got the deal after the label noticed the buzz he created on his own.

The rapper graduated from the Langston Hughes High School last Friday, May 21. An alma mater he now shares with some famous names like Gunna, and Playboi Carti. It seems turning 18, getting the label of his dreams and graduating got him to a very festive mood as he showered money into the crowd of his graduation. He generously gifted those present with at least $10k in cash. While the crowd were undoubtedly happy with the gesture and egged him on by clapping his school and the police have taken a very different view on the matter.

The footage of the incident has since gone viral. On it, he can be seen crossing the stage before he pulls out large wads of cash from his pants and throws the money out at the crowd. His fellow graduates react zealously as they frantically try to grab the raining cash. As school administrators get involved and try to reprimand him he follows through until about $10 000 is distributed. Police soon showed up on the scene and escorted the rapper out. According to TMZ he was arrested and held for about two days for inciting a riot and disorderly conduct. He was reportedly given a ticket for the two offences.

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Someone from his management gave fans a little update about how he’s been doing and all seems fine. The person said “#freeme y’all tag @theshaderoom in the comments #classof2021 I love yallll!! (This his management team) #freemetro he will get out in a couple of hours”

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Hot 97’s Ebro Slams Charlamagne Tha God For Hiring Lawyer Amid Funk Flex Drama


Charlamagne Tha God has retained an attorney amidst the resurgence of rape allegations against him. As it turns out, some people are not here for this move given the talk show host’s past.

It all started when Funk Flex played a recording of a mother who accused Charlamagne The God of raping her daughter in 2001.

The 15-year-old explained that she was drugged during the incident. However, a rape kit conducted by medical professionals did not find any evidence of the alleged rape. While Charlamagne got off on the assault charge, he was sentenced to 3 years probation for contributing to the delinquency of a minor by having alcohol at the party where the alleged incident took place.

However, some persons were unconvinced that the Breakfast Club co-host was innocent, and the incident continues to pop up from time to time. In 2018, at the height of the Me Too Movement, a petition begun asking for Charlamagne to be fired from iHeartRadio over the alleged incident.

Fast forward to 2021, and DJ Funk Flex is still not convinced of Charlamagne’s innocence. Fellow radio personality Ebro Darden also had a lot to say about Charlamagne’s retention of attorney Marty Singer.

In a series of tweets, Ebro says, “So…. when you gossip for a living, people gone gossip about your allegations. But you sending lawyers? Now when you were going at Flex did he send lawyers? When you went at Mister Cee did anyone send lawyers? When you edited Cipha’s audio and lied did anyone send lawyers?”

So…. when you gossip for a living, people gone gossip about your allegations. But you sending lawyers?

Now when you were going at Flex did he send lawyers? When you went at Mister Cee did anyone send lawyers? When you edited Cipha’s audio and lied did anyone send lawyers?

— Ebro (@oldmanebro) May 23, 2021

He continued, “People make bad decisions and can change, but when them old bad decisions come back to haunt you… In this game it has been fair game in the past.”

While noting that the topic of rape was a sensitive one, the media executive said, “Drugging and Rape of a minor should be examined for generations to make sure other young men do not think this behavior will be swept away just because they have power and influence.”

https://twitter.com/oldmanebro/status/1396540480012398595.

Drugging and Rape of a minor should be examined for generations to make sure other young men do not think this behavior will be swept away just because they have power and influence…

— Ebro (@oldmanebro) May 23, 2021

I have mostly left this topic alone because I don’t want to contribute to the pile on…

But you sending lawyers bro?

— Ebro (@oldmanebro) May 23, 2021

He added, “I have mostly left this topic alone because I don’t want to contribute to the pile on. But you sending lawyers bro?”

Meantime, in another dig at Charlamagne, Funk Flex unearthed a pair of tweets the radio host allegedly wrote back in 2010.

One of the tweets reads, “R. Kelly looks 20 something… The fountain of youth can clearly be found in teenage vagina.” The second reads, “Furthermore, R. Kelly had the best celebrity sex tape of all time.”

In a post on his Instagram stories, Flex shared an image of the first tweet with the word pattern written in bold white letters, seemingly suggesting that the alleged assault was not a one-time thing.

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Sean Kingston Breaks Down His Rebirth With Forthcoming “Deliverance” Album


Sean Kingston’s rebirth is coming as fans looks forward to his forthcoming album, Deliverance.

Sean Kingston has officially announced his re-entry into the music biz after dropping “Darkest Times,” a collaboration with Chicago rapper G Herbo. The track comes some eight years since he dropped his last album, Back 2 Life, and is reminiscent of the style that he’s become well-known for. His voice hasn’t changed that much over the years, and his strong Jamaican roots still ring through. This track is expected to be the lead one for his upcoming album Deliverance.

He’s hinted so far that fans can expect artists hailing from the US and his beloved Jamaica. In an interview with the Jamaica Star, he wanted it to be made known that the album is not a comeback per se but more of a celebration of the music that he still has to share with the world.

I’m back!!!!!! New single “Darkest Times” featuring @gherbo out NOW on all platforms!!! ?? https://t.co/sbL7H6WNpi pic.twitter.com/TJ6eDYjNm8

— SEAN KINGSTON © (@SeanKingston) May 21, 2021

“So, we’re not calling this a comeback, but a rebirth; and the new music will chronicle my growth and open a whole different chapter. It’s going to be something the listeners least expect. There’s even going to be something on there for my Jamaican supporters,” he said.

The artist, who is proud of his Miami-Jamaican connection, has come quite a long way from where he started being one of the first artists trying to figure out how to make their brand stand out on the internet. He credits his start to MySpace, one of the very first social media sites to gain major popularity. He was able to maneuver into a serious career from the platform to the major airwaves. His knack for churning out hits didn’t hurt either. He’s behind some of the biggest summer songs like “Beautiful Girls,” and “Eenie Meenie” with Justin Bieber. Kingston sat down for an interview with HotNewHipHop, where he revealed more about the upcoming album and the inspiration behind it.

The biggest question that he probably had to address is why he chose this year when so many other artists have fallen off because of Covid-19 to drop new music. The lyric video has already gotten over 100,000 views last weekend and is poised to bring in more views.

“I just feel like the time is now. I’ve been writing a lot of music behind the scenes. I’ve been writing a lot of hits for a lot of artists…Chris Brown, Lil Mosey. I’ve been writing hits for a lot of people, but I just felt like, now is the time for me to come back, for me to tell my story again, for me to get—I just feel like the world is in such a…with COVID and everything that’s going on, they need feel-good music,” he explained.

The major reasoning behind the album is to reform the bond that he had with his fans and followers because he wants to share with them all the experience that he’s gained over the last eight years. He wants to share the lessons with others so that they can share the journey that he’s been on. That’s not to take away from his younger, more artistic approach, he continued. He added that his approach to music hasn’t changed that much, he’s just matured.

“It was still genuine because I have always been that type of person—but it was kind of, me rushing into things, but now, it’s very much more laid back, much more mature. My sound has matured, the way my melodies are now, everything is on a wider level,” he continued.

Anyone who’s kept up the award-winning artist knows that he’s had his fair share of controversies, including some money woes. These are some of the feelings and moments that he’s had to work through, and fans can expect to hear how he got through them on this album. That was some of the meaning behind “Darkest Times.”

“It’s basically just me explaining when I’m going through something—whenever somebody go through what they go through, trials and tribulations—[just] having somebody there as your rock and your stone. Being there for you through the darkest times,” he explained.

The veteran artist has worked with some big names in the music biz like Trippie Redd, Bow Wow, Brandy, Flo Rida, Sean Paul, and Nicki Minaj, to name a few, but his focus remains on being humble and connecting with his fans. He also shared some words of inspiration from Jay-Z that he’s held on to.

“I met Jay-Z in Dubai and me and Jay-Z was chopping it up and he told me, ‘No matter what you do, just keep going. Keep God first. Just stay at it, whether it’s music or business ideas or real estate or whatever. Just keep capitalizing and becoming a better person—and I feel like that’s always stuck with me,” he shared.

While he didn’t reveal much about who will be on the album, it’s fair to expect a lot of collaborations with his love of Jamaican culture and music strongly influencing the finished product.

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DMX’s Estate Reportedly Worth Less Than $1 Million


The late and great rapper DMX may have left behind an estate worth as little as $50k, according to recent court documents.

Five of X’s fifteen children have now involved themselves in two separate court filings in attempts to become administrators of their father’s estate. On May 10th, sisters Sasha Simmons and Jada Oden submitted their documents together, while brothers Xavier, Tacoma, and Sean came together to submit documents on May 21st, the NY Daily News reported.

Although it is unclear at this time how each party is conducting their calculations, the brothers’ filing estimates DMX’s estate to be worth less than a million, while the sisters value their father’s estate at a startling number below $50,000.

Considering DMX’s impressive career in hip hop and film, it is hard to imagine how he could have come to a place of such financial instability. However, like many unfortunate stars who struggle with their personal demons despite the benefits of fame and money, X was known to have suffered from addiction and lingering trauma from his childhood.

Despite landing five consecutive No. 1 albums from 1998-2003, the rapper continued to abuse drugs and found himself behind bars or in court-mandated drug rehabilitation more than a few times. In 2018, he was convicted for tax evasion and sentenced to time in prison.

Addiction frequently leads to financial trouble, even for those making the insane amount of money going around at the top tier of the rap world. Additionally, X was once charged with failure to pay $400k in child support. While representatives for his children declined to comment on their court filings, it is likely that they are not only looking to secure control of his current assets but also any future earnings.

DMX hits continue to pull in money, and his posthumous album, Exodus, featuring songs recorded shortly before his death, is due to be released on May 28th.

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Agent Sasco Releases Song With Daughter LC, To Speaker At Book Launch


Agent Sasco is to speak at the launch of Pete Kennedy’s book “When a Man Loves” this weekend.

The book launch, which takes place this Saturday, May 29th, will feature a special event at the Miramar Regional Park in Miramar, Florida, with Agent Sasco as the main event.

“When a Man Loves” is a story about a young Jamaican man and how he finds his way in the world without any major role models or navigational forces. It is a motivational book that calls on men to LEAD THE WAY THEY WERE BORN TO, to protect, to communicate with transparency, to be honest, loyal, and build trust with those they influence.

The author says the story is based on his own journey, which started out in a broken home and led to him being a community leader. Kennedy is the Founder and CEO of Educating Men & Youth How to Lead & Live. His organization helps young people develop their professional and personal lives.

In his book, Kennedy further explains, “This story is my journey navigating masculinity and all the traps it sets.”

A review of the book on Amazon says, “It is an emotional roller coaster that will run from the extremes of joy to tears. It is a real triumphant story and a true testament that challenges the reader with exercises to be better LEADERS, FATHERS, HUSBANDS and HUMAN BEINGS.”

Who better to be an ambassador of this book than Agent Sasco himself? A committed husband and father, Sasco is the epitome of what it means to be a strong man. His career and recent name change mirror the growth that “When a Man Loves” chronicles.

Agent Sasco, in his early career, was known by the name Assassin. After starting his family, the deejay rebranded and adopted a more wholesome image. Hailing from the low-income Papine Kintyre community, Sasco has his own story of overcoming and rising above the stereotypes to be a well-respected leader in society.

The artiste expressed enthusiasm about his upcoming speech on Instagram. In an announcement of the gig, he said, “Just about finished my copy of @peteandreken Bestseller, “When A Man Loves.” I’ll be a guest speaker at the launch this Saturday, May 29th @ Miramar Regional Park. #GiveThanks.”

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His fans have welcomed the announcement. One follower commented, “Congratulations! Continue to make your positive marks on society!!! Love you and your music!!!”

Positivity is also being spread by Sasco’s 8-year-old daughter Lauren ‘LC’ Campbell. Her latest release is the motivational, soulful ballad, “If Caterpillars Can Fly So Can I,” released alongside her father. In a similar fashion to the book of the same name published by Jamaican author Alvin Day, the track instructs listeners to dream big and never give up.

“I know I’ve got vision more than my eyes can see / And I know I rule My Own Destiny,” LC sings.

“This song is encouraging and uplifting. I can definitely see this taking off in a huge way. Great theme song even for a movie. His daughter has added that special touch. So sweet,” one listener commented below the lyric video uploaded on Youtube.

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Summer Walker Responds To Backlash After Posting Photo Of Her Baby


Summer Walker is responding to backlash over her parenting skills.

New mom Summer Walker is trending on social media this morning (May 26) as critics attack her over her parenting skills. The singer came under fire after posting several pictures of her and her three-month-old daughter on Instagram. While the infant’s face was covered, fans believed she was noticeably skinny.

Several persons in the comment section began to comment on the baby’s appearance and questioned what Summer was feeding her. Summer is a vegetarian and has shared questionable opinions on parenting, breastfeeding, formula, and the general feeding of children in the past.

The criticism of the photos has now made its way to Twitter, and the R&B artiste is now trending on the platform, with many persons expressing concern for the baby’s wellbeing.

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One Twitter user said, “Lord please help summer walker poor girl about to kill her baby cause she don’t have a clue.”

Another user also called for intervention, writing, “I want Summer Walker arrested and that baby taken away from her IMMEDIATELY!”

An earlier post on Summer’s Instagram story showed her baby’s bottle alongside a pack of hemp seeds, honey, mushrooms, half a lemon, and a liquid in a dark-colored bottle. Critics have assumed that she has the baby on a vegan diet. However, the “Girls Need Love” songstress has neither confirmed nor denied the allegations.

The honey, in particular, had many people confused, as it’s common knowledge that babies should not consume honey due to the risk of botulism.

One social media user called out Summer for neglect, saying, “They say (as in doctors and health care professionals) say you should NEVER give a baby under one honey and do not recommend it for babies under two….so like that is neglect idc idc idc.”

Despite the backlash, research has shown that a well-balanced vegetarian diet can provide for the needs of children. However, extreme caution must be taken to ensure that the child’s needs are met, and growth monitored. Attention must also be paid to nutrient intake, specifically protein, essential fatty acids, iron, zinc, calcium, and vitamins B12 and D. Supplementation might also be necessary.

Addressing the heat she is now receiving, Summer Walker took to her burner account to post this message: “Yall: POST THE BABY B**CH WE WANNA SEE! also y’all: roasting a baby who’s face you can’t even see. lol make it make sense. In conclusion mf’s is weird and I will never post my baby so stop asking.”

CPS after watching Summer Walker feed her baby eggshells, tree bark & cherry stems: pic.twitter.com/20KIFzmQwI

— Rachel. (@_loveRachel_) May 26, 2021

The way Summer Walker casually feeding her baby air w/ a side of grass & Drake healing from his bbl to hop in another relationship w/ a yt life alert member? These celebs are truly sumn else…pic.twitter.com/gk2xDWoCRQ

— Rachel. (@_loveRachel_) May 26, 2021

Am I the only one who didn’t know Summer walker already gave birth? pic.twitter.com/xOpyGPFHhs

— ?????_??????? ? (@Dit22Aphro) May 26, 2021

This whole Summer Walker baby situation is not even funny. Is this not possible negligence? Why are y’all laughing ? pic.twitter.com/qob8Q8wjAZ

— thee cry baby (@belladonna_bb) May 26, 2021

Y’all in the comments talking about “use common sense obviously she wouldn’t feed her baby that” clearly have never heard anything summer Walker has said bc common sense is one thing she does not have ?. https://t.co/gNpmWq3L2W

— marie?? is doing mcat prep and failing (@goldihobi) May 26, 2021

Black Twitter calling CPS on Summer Walker… pic.twitter.com/B1GU5Fd2W0

— Jermaine (@JermaineWatkins) May 26, 2021

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G Herbo Pleads Not Guilty To Federal Charges In Scamming Case


The rapper appeared in court on Tuesday to answer to new federal charges laid against him in the $1.5 million fraud case, which includes a number of his associates as co-defendants.

The hearing took place over Zoom with the rapper in California tuning into U.S. District Court located in Springfield, Massachusetts.

The charges filed in May accuses G Herbo, whose real name is Herbert Wright, of lying to a federal agent in 2018 while investigations were going on in the fraud and identity theft case. He is among six other defendants, and the allegations are that the rapper is connected to the head honcho of the scam.

According to federal authorities, the leader of the scam is Antonio “T-Glo” Strong, a rap promoter who is known to be associated with G Herbo. The allegations are that he supplied G Herbo with private jets, exotic sports car rentals, pets, and he procured luxury accommodations, including a vacation to Jamaica using money from the scam since 2016. G Herbo has denied the allegations and has denied having any connection to Strong.

“Wright falsely said he’d never provided Strong any money, never received anything of value from Strong and had no direct relationship with Strong,” the charges say. “In fact, since at least 2016, Wright had received valuable goods from Strong, including private jet charters, luxury accommodations and exotic car rentals.”

During the Zoom hearing, Herbo’s lawyer Jim Lawson told U.S. District Judge Mark G. Mastroianni his client is aware of the gravity of the charges against him. “Mr. Wright is an intelligent man; he understands the concept,” Lawson told the judge.

It seems that the judge might be hinting at Herbo’s actions in the past which includes him releases a Dipset-sampling called “Statements,” in which he denied the allegations. It’s the first time he has addressed the allegations since they became public.

In the song, he raps, “Let’s talk about this paper, Let’s talk about them jets/Yeah, let’s talk about Jamaica/Ask about me, I ain’t never been a fraud/I went hard from the start/In my city, I’m a God muthaf**a/If you know, you know/Never been no phony though.”

The rapper is currently on bail and has his next pre-trial hearing set for August 5, 2021.

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Lil Baby Visits White House Shares Photo With VP Kamala Harris


Lil Baby recently took a trip to the White House and met with Vice President Kamala Harris.

In a post on his Instagram page, Lil Baby wrote, “Big shoutout to @vp for taking the time out her busy day to sit with me an have an open discussion! #wegottastartsomewhere.” The statement was accompanied by two images of the rapper alongside the VP in her office.

The rapper’s visit coincided with that of the family of George Floyd. Floyd was killed in an encounter with police officers in Minneapolis last year. Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of his death.

Last month, after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering Floyd, U.S President Joe Biden called for lawmakers to resurrect the George Floyd Justice in Policing bill. The legislation considered under the Act, if it becomes effective, would ban chokeholds, put restrictions on the use of deadly force by law enforcement and make it easier to prosecute officers for wrongdoing.

Yesterday, Floyd’s family met with the President and other White House officials to discuss the Act, which is stalled in the Senate. Lil Baby was also present at the meeting to discuss the George Floyd act. In a post on his Instagram story where he shared a snap of the meeting, the rapper said, “The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act is overly important. Research it.”

In June last year, shortly after Floyd’s death, Lil Baby released the song “The Bigger Picture” in response to the protests over his death. The rapper has been extremely vocal about police brutality and other social issues faced by the black community.

Hundreds of people took to the streets across various US cities last night on the anniversary of Floyd’s death. Oregon police declared a riot in Portland as one of the demonstrations to commemorate Floyd’s death spiraled into chaos.

For his part in honoring Floyd’s memory, Lil Baby’s fans have expressed how proud they are of the rapper. One user commented, “He really working towards The Bigger Picture mad respect,” while another added, “Cant lie THATS BIG!!!”

Fans are now looking forward to what the rapper has in store on the political front as well as musically.

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T.I. & Tiny Harris Male Accuser Hires Attorney Joining Dozens Of Women


T.I. and his wife Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris now has a male accuser on their hands.

In an interesting twist, the attorney representing several of the people accusing T.I. and Tiny of sexual assault has disclosed that one of the accusers is a male. The attorney Tyrone Blackburn, who is representing a total of eleven of the alleged victims, made the disclosure while speaking at a recent press conference.

Up until this point, the public was not aware that any of the alleged victims were men. All of the victims who have spoken out publicly so far are females. Several of these women have claimed that they were held against their wills, drugged, raped, and assaulted by T.I and his wife. The number of accusers has since grown to more than 30 people.

The rapper and his wife, Tiny Harris, who is a former member of the R&B group Xscape, have vehemently denied the claims against them.

The news of the alleged male victim follows the reported launch of a new case by the LAPD regarding an incident that reportedly took place in 2005. In the LAPD report, the accuser alleges that the celebrity couple drugged and sexually assaulted her.

Another accuser who recently came forward alleges that the couple held her against her will and forced her to have sex with “Hot In Here” rapper Nelly.

While the accusations continue to roll in, T.I. and Tiny caught a lucky break when they were cleared on one sexual assault investigation that took place in Las Vegas. The couple is yet to address the latest accusations, but in a post to her Instagram stories today (May 20), Tiny posted a cryptic message. She said, “Everything works out better than you expect it, when you just relax and let God handle it.”

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Drake’s Photo With Female Went Viral Giving His Fans A Meltdown


Drake’s candid photo with a woman went viral causing his fans to meltdown.

A Photograph of Drake and a lady in white has caused fans to drag the woman as they speculate that the two are possibly in a relationship. It’s unclear where the photo was taken from, but the rapper posed with his hand on the waist of the older Caucasian woman causing fans, including those hopeful of catching his interest, that the artist is now taken.

The detectives on the internet were quick to identify the woman as Idina Menzel, 49, who is a singer and actress who was previously married to actor Taye Diggs. It’s unclear if there is any romantic involvement between her and Drake, but the intimate nature of the photograph has caused fans to speculate that they are dating and that the woman might even be carrying Drake’s child since she has a visible bump.

Menzel, who has been twice married, has one son with Diggs, while Drake has a son with artist Sophie Brussaux.

TheShadeRoom shared the photo while reporting that the female is Drake’s stylist, Luisa Duran.

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The rapper, who was styled wearing black pants and a leather jacket and black inside shirt, was wearing the same outfit at his special dinner on Monday night to celebrate his Billboard Artist of the Decade award, which was attended by a number of celebrities.

Drake has been very low key about his love life and even his personal life, initially keeping the birth of his son low key and revealing it until months later. The photo has not stopped the rumors of being a playboy engulfing him as the rapper was recently accused of breaking up the 8-year relationship of a budding artist who he worked with on his recent album Certified Lover Boy album.

Neither the artist nor Menzel has addressed the photo or speculation.

It’s Drake getting a girlfriend for me, like I’ma just focus on my got damn self ? I’m mad asf y’all ?

— Lyriccccc ??? (@Talyric97) May 26, 2021

No just looks like he’s posing with his aunt

— boogiedown (@AlonzaniqueJ) May 26, 2021

He's dating women that resemble his mom nowadays

— Sierra (@Scurrysmile2) May 26, 2021

It's you thinking Drake's stylist is his girlfriend for me lol and you call yourself a drake fan pic.twitter.com/cStHnn6fTx

— JMack (@JMack87112576) May 26, 2021

If that’s Drake’s girlfriend, he really does have a type

— God Complex ? (@kayinterrupted) May 26, 2021

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ZAYN – Leave Before You Love Me Lyrics


[Intro]
[?]

[Verse 1]
I see you calling
I didn’t wanna leave you like that
It’s five in the morning, yeah, yeah
A hundred on the dash
My wheels are rolling
Ain’t taking my foot off the gas
‘Cause it only took the one night
To see the end of the line
Staring deep in your eyes, eyes

[Pre-Chorus]
Dancing on the edge, ’bout to take it too far
It’s messing with my head, how I mess with your heart
If you wake up in your bed, alone in the dark
I’m sorry, gotta leave before you love me

[Chorus]
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me

[Verse 2]
I’m too good at knowing
Of when to leave the party behind
Don’t care if they notice, yeah, yeah
I’ll just catch a ride
I’d rather be lonely, yeah
Than wrapped around your body too tight
Yeah, I’m the type to get naked
Won’t give my heart up for breaking
’Cause I’m too gone to be staying, staying

[Pre-Chorus]
Dancing on the edge, ’bout to take it too far
It’s messing with my head, how I mess with your heart
If you wake up in your bed, alone in the dark
I’m sorry, gotta leave before you love me

[Chorus]
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me
Ayy, gotta leave before you love me

Bounty Killer Gets Into It With Mr. Vegas & Alkaline Fans On IG


Mr. Vegas’ call for dancehall unity gets Bounty Killer cross, angry, and miserable.

A call from Mr. Vegas promoting unity in dancehall has led to a showdown between himself, Bounty Killer, and fans of Alkaline. For several weeks now, Bounty has been sharing negative remarks about the Vendetta deejay and perpetuating what many have called divisiveness in the Dancehall arena.

So today (May 26), when Vegas made a post calling for the eradication of divisiveness, social media users naturally thought the comments were aimed at Bounty, and many began to tag him in the comment section.

The post from Mr. Vegas featured a collage with deejays Alkaline, Masicka, and Skillibeng. Vegas captioned the photo, “When you remove the names, you see 3 brothers! 3 kings! 3 is infinite! Hate is a disease! Love is winning! It’s a new day! Eradicate divisiveness!”

The message was welcomed by Vegas’ followers, many of whom began to express their support for the statement in his comment section.

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One fan said, “This is what unity is about I like it Vegas. How can some artist say they love the music, but fighting another artist who is doing the same music and expect the music itself to grow. Artist not supposed to be putting other artist against each other too much division.”

But things took a turn for the worst when a fan of Alkaline commented on the post, tagging Bounty Killer. The fan said, “Thank God Vegas, yuh nuh think the way @grunggaadzilla think.”

Vegas responded to the comment saying, “Keep praying. Love will win,” but Bounty’s response was not as nice.

Bounty Killer quickly responded, saying, “Some fish cyaah post ntn about themselves bcuz nobody nuh waah hear bout dem why not post a artiste that has no buzz or unknown neva but is bcuz dem few ya has a fan base fish a try capitalize… post a nobody who really needs the highlight nuh Usher Dem Out.”

In response to a fan who said Vegas’ views switched up on the regular, Bounty said, “Big b***y b*tch witch fish that mind game the fa***t playing Dawg wah day when mi say artiste should not do dubplate for politician who did more to the music than for the music what the fassy did do him didn’t want no unity then so what happen now all of a sudden?”

Another fan expressed their distaste for Bounty Killer’s views while simultaneously commending Mr. Vegas, “Mi wish @grunggaadzilla could look at this business the way u are looking at it dancehall would be better and it would be a great example set fi di youths of Jamaica that unity is a mighty strength and division is weakness.well done @mrvegasmusic.”

To this Bounty chided, “Unuh gwaan go unite and let me see then nuh. Go ahead gwaan start nuh what u waiting for me to join fi mi gun nuh joing lodge.”

Bounty Killer was still not done, and he went on to accuse Alkaline of seeking relevance for album sales. “Chuck inna dem mumma bcuz fish a try sell album now he is so all into unity mi and dem not from the same community I choose immunity,” he quipped.

In response to Bounty’s tirade against him, Mr. Vegas decided to take the high road. He simply responded, “Good luck with your album great one,” tagging Bounty in his response.

Bounty’s album “King of Kingston” is set to launch sometime this year. In promoting his album, the deejay has thrown shade at other Dancehall artists who released work this year, particularly Alkaline.

As he went back and forth with fans of the “Ocean Wave” singer last week, Bounty said he did not rate Alkaline and that both Koffee and Popcaan were bigger artists. Despite all the shade thrown his way from Bounty, Alkaline has not responded to the comments.

Mr. Vegas’ post has now become a debating ground for Bounty Killer, whose head is now on the chopping block as fans violently lash out against him for his harsh statements.

Mr. Vegas followed up his post with this message possibly directed at Bounty. He shared a quote from Dr. John Henrik Clarke, “I only debate my equals, all others I teach…”

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Rise Against – The Numbers Lyrics


[Verse 1]
We're biding time as we wait for the signal
Sharpening blades while we wait out the storm
These cold nights are almost unbearable
But purpose keeps us warm
Pledge allegiance while crossing our fingers
A bark with no bite, no teeth, just a roar
You're not a thorn in our side, you're a splinter
We are ready, but we're bored

[Pre-Chorus 1]
Just holding our place in line
And everything moves too slow now
Breaking away in time

[Chorus]
And they have the power
But we have the numbers now
It's all just a constant illusion of control
They break us like horses
How long will we drag their plow?
What will continue to be
Is what we allow
Oh-ooh-oh

[Verse 2]
And still we worship at altars so empty
Consumption of something we don't need at all
Holes we can't fill, a never-ending song
"Again, from the top now"
[Pre-Chorus 2]
Textbook cases we all fit the profile
Mass surveillance we opened the door
Prey on the fears
The blurred lines of right and wrong
Sped up 'til we can't slow down
And at this velocity

One wrong move and we go down
Brace for the reckoning

[Chorus]
But they have the power
We have the numbers now
It's all just a constant illusion of control
They break us like horses
How long will we drag their plow?
What will continue to be
Is what we allow
Oh-ooh-oh

[Bridge]
Heavy are the chains
We fasten to ourselves
Gathering the thorns
To shape into a crown
Is this saddle comfortable?
Do these reigns feel tight enough?
Will you gallop when you're kicked
Or throw the rider off?
[Pre-Chorus 3]
Are you the willing and the able
Or are you spoken for?
Destined to serve what you abhor
Until it all gives out
Listen, f*ck what you call normal
And this pressure to conform (Break free)
It's your trail to blaze
Or your bridge to burn
Your bridge to burn

[Chorus]
Yeah, they have the power
But we have the numbers now
It's all just a constant illusion of control
They break us like horses
How long will we drag their plow?
What will continue to be
Is what we allow
What will we allow?

St. Vincent – Down And Out Downtown Lyrics


[Verse 1]
Last night's heels
On the mornin' train
It's a long way back downtown
Ten missed calls
They don't know where you are
It's a long way back downtown

[Chorus]
Hey, I was flyin' (Flyin', flyin', flyin')
Over the Empire State (Over, away)
Then you kissed me (Kissed me, kissed me)
And I crashed again

[Verse 2]
When'd it start?
This feeling so wrong
When you're down and out downtown

[Bridge]
(Ooh-ooh-ooh)
Bowery John
(Ooh-ooh-ooh)

Forgotten, but not gone
(Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
Prayin' at St. Ann's
Bodega roses in my hands
(Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
[Pre-Chorus]
Down and out downtown
And the joker with that funny laugh
Is diggin' through the basement of my past
It's a long way back down
Down and out downtown

[Chorus]
Hey, I was flyin' (Flyin', flyin', flyin')
Over the Empire State (Over, away)
Then you kissed me (Kissed me, kissed me, kissed me)
And I crashed again
Ooh-ooh-ooh


Twenty One Pilots – No Chances Lyrics


[Intro]
We come for you, no chances
We come for you, no chances

[Verse 1]
In my house shoes in a foot race
In this house we got feng shui
Get the door to blow you away
Flamethrower, you a switchblade
Feet planted on grip tape
With my shoulders squared, and my back straight
Got a good base and a loose tongue
Notorious in the octagon, now

[Chorus]
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
We got people on the way
We want you home in one piece now (Run away, run away)
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
We get bodies every day
We want you home in one piece now

[Bridge]
We come for you, no chances
We come for you, no chances
[Verse 2]
How'd you get the location? Put together pieces?
They say they sell the information
In those terms of agreement
We spent some weekends on the grind

Surveillances outside, we see when you arrive
Ride or die, my son
Spent some weekends on the grind
Surveillances outside, we see when you arrive
Ride or die, my son

[Chorus]
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
We got people on the way
We want you home in one piece now (Run away, run away)
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
We get bodies every day
We want you home in one piece now (Run away, run away)
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
We got people on the way
We want you home in one piece now (Run away, run away)
Mm, ba-da-dum-ba-da-da-dum
We get bodies every day
We want you home in one piece now
[Outro]
We come for you, no chances
We come for you, no chances
We-we-we
Mm-mm-mm, yeah
Mm-mm, yeah
Mm-mm-mm, yeah
Mm-mm, yeah

Joe Jackson – Enough Is Not Enough Lyrics


Slow down, you know you’re leaving me behind
You seem to think that you can read my mind
You think I’m rich, you think I’m free
You wanna change your place with me
Be a leader then the blind can lead the blind
Happens all the time

Can’t you understand . . .
Enough is not enough, it’s not enough . . .
It’s not enough

I’ve been filled with culture, I’ve been filled with lies
And compliments from people I despise
Shake my hand and sing along
Always getting one line wrong

Shout for more when I know I just died
Died . . .

Can’t you understand . . .
Enough is not enough, it’s not enough . . .
It’s not enough

So – when I think I know my way around
I’m gonna take a bus to the other side of town
I’m gonna stay out all night long
Gonna sing some strange new song
Lose myself and hope I don’t get found
Don’t ask me how

Can’t you understand . . .
Enough is not enough, it’s not enough . . .
It’s not enough

Twenty One Pilots – Redecorate Lyrics


[Intro]
There was a wonderful structure to the city
And it put my cares to rest
Ooh-ooh-ooh
Ooh-ooh-ooh

[Verse 1]
Takin' inventory of his life
Seein' snapshots chronologically inline
Something told him he should look around and tidy up
He collected many things but never quite enough
Tried lookin' at it from a new perspective
Flat on his back but he still heard the directive
Orders from that corner where that shadow always lived
Never asked permission, he just hopes that they forgive

[Chorus]
I don't want to go like this (Ooh-ooh-ooh)
At least let me clean my room
I don't want to leave like this (Ooh-ooh-ooh)
'Cause the last thing I want to do is
Make my people make decisions, wonderin' what to do, oh
Should they keep it on display
Or redecorate?

[Verse 2]
Blankets over mirrors, she tends to like it
She's not afraid of her reflection
But of what she might see behind it
She had plans to change her name, yeah
Just not the traditional way, yeah
Haunted by a couple big mistakes
She covers all the dents with the way she decorates
Then one night she got cold with no blankets on her bed
So she ripped them off the mirror, stepped back and she said
[Chorus]
I don't want to go like this (Ooh-ooh-ooh)
At least let me clean my room
I don't want to leave like this (Ooh-ooh-ooh)

'Cause the last thing I want to do is
Make my people make decisions, wonderin' what to do, oh
Should they keep it on display
Or redecorate?

[Bridge]
With the bells and the whistles scaled back
Like an isolated track
And he feels trapped when he's not inebriated
Fair to say he's fairly sedated most days of the week
He might have made it if he lived on a different street
I repeat, scaled back and isolated
He says he likes an open schedule, but he mostly hates it
If you're running to his room, take a breath before you break-in
Put your ear up to the door, tell me can you hear him saying?

[Chorus]
I don't want to go like this
At least let me clean my room
I don't want to leave like this
'Cause the last thing I want to do is
Make my people make decisions, wondering what to do, oh
Should they keep it on display
Or redecorate?
I don't want to go like this (Go like this)
At least let me clean my room (Clean my room)
I don't want to leave like this (Leave like this)
'Cause the last thing I want to do is (To do is)
Make my people make decisions, wondering what to do, oh
Should they keep it on display (On display)
Or redecorate?
[Outro]
Ooh-ooh-ooh
Ooh-ooh-ooh
Or redecorate?
Ooh-ooh-ooh
Ooh-ooh-ooh
Or redecorate?

Old Dominion – I Was On A Boat That Day Lyrics


[Verse 1]
I remember it like it was yesterday
'Cause it was
I was letting this sun and the rum just do what it does
I threw my phone in the water
Little push off the dock
She was packing her bags I was popping a top

[Chorus]
Is she gone for the summer?
Gone for the night?
Gone for the weekend or the rest of my life?
Was she laughing?
Was she crying as she walked away?
I can't say
I was on a boat that day
The river was rolling
I was getting my float on
She was telling me so long
I was already so long gone
Yeah

[Verse 2]
She could have been halfway to Houston but I didn't care
I was drunk as a skunk eating lunch with a cross eyed bear
You been there
She was looking for something, better than me
I was looking for nothing, just riding the breeze
[Chorus]
Is she gone for the summer?
Gone for the night?

Gone for the weekend or the rest of my life?
Was she laughing?
Was she crying as she walked away?
I can't say
I was on a boat that day
The river was rolling
I was getting my float on
She was telling me so long
I was already so long gone
Yeah
Hey hey

[Bridge]
I remember it like it was yesterday
'Cause it was
And I still got a buzz

[Chorus]
Is she gone for the summer?
Gone for the night?
Gone for the weekend or the rest of my life?
Was she laughing?
Was she crying as she walked away?
I can't say
I was on a boat that day
The river was rolling
I was getting my float on
She was telling me so long
I was on a boat that day
The river was rolling
I was getting my float on
She was telling me so long
I was on a boat that day
Hey hey hey (Hey hey hey)
I was on a boat that day
Hey hey hey

Agnes – 24 Hours Lyrics


[Verse 1]
My intuition said it from the start
I didn’t wanna listen, I gave you my heart
Oh, little by little it all fell apart
Oh, yesterday was black and blue (blue, blue, blue)
Too many reasons to not go back again
Oh, sweet dreams finally came to an end and
I thought that I would never see the light, my friend
Oh, yesterday was black and blue (ooh, ooh, ooh)

[Pre-Chorus]
Walking through the fire all because of you
I found that something to believe in
Me, myself and I, all because of you
I found that something to believe in

[Chorus]
Twenty-four hours nevеr seemed so far away
Feels like a lifetimе ago
Twenty-four hours, so little did I know
Twenty-four hours ago

[Verse 2]
In the religion of the insecure
Yeah, backlash’s hitting you down to the core
Oh, forgive and forgiving, baby, there is hope
It’s not all in black and blue (ooh, ooh, ooh)

[Pre-Chorus]
Walking through the fire all because of you
I found that something to believe in
Me, myself and I, all because of you

I found that something to believe in

[Chorus]
Twenty-four hours never seemed so far away
Feels like a lifetime ago
Twenty-four hours, so little did I know
Twenty-four hours ago
That was the last time, the last time I’ll ever be yours
Just twenty-four hours ago
That was the last time, the last time I’ll ever be yours
Just twenty-four hours ago

[Middle 8]
As my world fell apart
It hit me like lightning in the dark
This is my sliding door moment
Here and now, I choose my future
Here and now, I choose my future

[Chorus]
Twenty-four hours never seemed so far away
Feels like a lifetime ago
Twenty-four hours, so little did I know
Twenty-four hours ago

[Chorus]
Twenty-four hours never seemed so far away
Feels like a lifetime ago
Twenty-four hours, so little did I know
Twenty-four hours ago
That was the last time, the last time I’ll ever be yours
Just twenty-four hours ago
That was the last time, the last time I’ll ever be yours
Just twenty-four hours ago

Blake Shelton – Body Language Lyrics (feat. The Swon Brothers)


[Verse 1]
I’m catching every third word
Of what you’re tryin’ to tell me
Yeah, this place is wall to wall
Yeah, it’s loud as hell
I can’t hear a thing
But I know what you mean
It’s so obvious
So obviously

[Chorus]
I know what you’re sayin’
I can speak your body language
Keep it goin’, baby
I’m lovin’ this conversation
Everything you’re communicating
Girl, it’s getting heard, yeah
We can talk all night, we can talk all night
Without sayin’ a word

[Verse 2]
The way you’re pullin’ on my shirt
I see you want me closer
And I’ll follow where you’re leadin’
Ya got your hands all over me
And I know where you want this to go

[Chorus]
I know what you’re sayin’
I can speak your body language
Keep it goin’, baby
I’m lovin’ this conversation
Everything you’re communicating
Girl, it’s gettin’ heard, yеah

We can talk all night, we can talk all night
Without saying a word

[Bridge]
I know what you’re sayin’
I can spеak your body language
Keep it goin’, baby

[Chorus]
I know what you’re sayin’
I can speak your body language
Keep it goin’, baby
I’m lovin’ this conversation
Everything you’re communicating
Girl, it’s gettin’ heard, yeah
We can talk all night, we can talk all night
Without sayin’ a word

[Outro]
(I know what you’re sayin’)
We can talk all night
(Keep it goin’, baby)
Yeah, everything you’re communicating
Girl, it’s gettin’ heard, yeah
We can talk all night, we can talk all night
Without sayin’ a word
(I know what you’re sayin’)
We can talk all night
(Keep it goin’, baby)
Yeah, everything you’re communicating
Girl, it’s gettin’ heard, yeah
We can talk all night, we can talk all night…

Yg & Mozzy – Gangsta Lyrics


[Intro: YG]
Uh-oh

[Verse 1: Mozzy]
You say you affiliated but you never caught one
It’s body counts around this bitch and you ain’t got one
On the sucker’s side with this fully ridin’ shotgun
And I been prayin’ for a long time, it beat that hot one
They be like “Damn, homie,” yeah
They took your chain and you ain’t blam, homie?
What the f*ck wrong with you dudes?
I got this stick in my sweater
Play with glicky, no jammin’
Throw on my hoodie, no cameras
I poured a brick in this Fanta, then pour it out for the dead ones
I get your big dawg beheaded
Ayy, that’s on Jesus we steppin’
Landlord on the necklace
I put on for the section, it ain’t no second guessing
Could’ve lost my life in these trenches, was given second chances, yeah

[Chorus: YG & Mozzy]
Nigga, I’m a gangster, I done got my rank up
Lamborghini, ‘Raris, when we poppin’ out, we paid up
f*ck I look like laid up?
How you think we came up?
All that gangster shit that nigga’s poppin’, mostly made up
My bitch, she a A-plus, make her hold the banger
That’s lil’ bae, she gon’ take the case and keep it gangster
Shit, clan we flamed up
Fully when I yank somethin’
Nigga play with anything I love, get yellow-taped up

[Verse 2: YG]
I got milli’s on milli’s
Haha to the bank like it’s silly
This P-hat don’t stand for Philly
This shit Piru, do you feel me?
This shit forever, it’s with me
Slime business, it’s sticky
My life a movie, need Emmy’s

I slide with it on me, don’t tempt me
I got a problem, I know it
And I ain’t ‘fraid to show it
I sip the drank like it’s water
I f*cked her raw, I be hoin’
My true colors be showin’
That shit red, it be glowin’
You hardly hood, you ain’t gangster, bitch, your hood disown you (Uh-oh)
You hop on the ‘Gram and talk that shit
My niggas in the street, they spark that shit
The loudest man in the room get off
When you grew up in the streets, you was taught that shit
You ain’t from the streets, never walked that shit
Or the P or the B, you know fall for it
The game don’t know you, you soft as shit
Take his chain, f*ck his bitch
The Lamborghini, yeah, I bought that bitch
Nine with a thirty on it and I brought this bitch
Spit on the dick, toot it up from the back
Beat your ass-crack, yeah, I taught that bitch
I buy her bags so often, her look can’t be real, man, I bought this bitch
Pop-pop-pop-pop you for a nigga chain, I’ma have to spark this bitch

[Chorus: YG & Mozzy]
Nigga, I’m a gangster, I done got my rank up
Lamborghini, ‘Raris, when we poppin’ out, we paid up
f*ck I look like laid up?
How you think we came up?
All that gangster shit that nigga’s poppin’ mostly made up
My bitch, she a A-plus, make her hold the banger
That’s lil’ bae, she gon’ take the case and keep it gangster
Shit, clan we flamed up
Fully when I yank somethin’
Nigga play with anything I love, get yellow-taped up

Sandmarx – No More Chances Lyrics


No one, no, no one threatens you to be here
So why on, why on earth do you still lurk around here
I’ve been doing all I can to make this happen
You’ve been wasting all my time and I never learn

If you don’t see what I see
this is clearly not for you
Please stop pretending
am I clear enough for you
No more chances for you

I’m so high up
but you keep pushing ’till I lose my balance and
Fall right down
I’ve been climbing way too high for you to
Slow me down
I’m gonna go even higher without you here

I found my, I found my feet a long time ago
around, around a place a million miles from yours
I still tried to make them meet along the way
but every little part of you is just too far away

If you don’t see what I see
this is clearly not for you

Please stop pretending
am I clear enough for you
No more chances for you

I’m so high up
but you keep pushing ’till I lose my balance and
Fall right down
I’ve been climbing way too high for you to
Slow me down
I’m gonna go even higher without you

You’ve been nippin’ in the bud
too many times before
and I cannot take it anymore
You’re killing it all what’s good
before it’s chance to grow
You’ve been making all the wrong decisions
for too long
and I cannot take it anymore
You’re ripping off the wings of a butterfly
but I won’t let you anymore

I’m so high up
but you keep pushing ’till I lose my balance and
Fall right down
I’ve been climbing way too high for you to
Slow me down
I’m gonna go even higher without you here

Skillibeng Earns 1st Billboard Hot 100 Song With Nicki Minaj “Crocodile Teeth (Remix)”


Skillibeng gets his first Billboard Hot 100 song.

The dancehall deejay earned himself a Billboard Hot 100 hit with his Nicki Minaj assisted “Crocodile Teeth (Remix)“. The song was released on May 13 as part of Nicki’s “Beam Me Up Scotty” mixtape, now out on all streaming services.

The song debuted at number 100 on Monday, May 24, making this Skillibeng’s first US Billboard entry. “Crocodile Teeth (Remix)” has since cracked 2.5 million streams on YouTube and the same for Spotify, while getting 1.3 million streams on Apple Music. The original single already has over 20 million views on YouTube.

Ironically, Skillibeng was mercilessly dragged on Twitter some weeks ago, following his announcement about the collab with Nicki Minaj. The “Mr. Universe” deejay posted and soon after deleted a cover art displaying the collaboration with his October 2020 track, which had been hot in the streets for months before. This led fans to believe the artiste was lying and seeking clout, using Nicki Minaj’s name.

After the big drop on Nicki’s mixtape, the artiste was again trending as social media users who previously accused him were put to shame.

Skillibeng has perhaps been enjoying the significant boost and bolstered International reach since the song’s release. The remix trended at number 1on YouTube for three consecutive days after its release.

The gun-play track is currently the deejay’s biggest hit since getting his break in 2019 with “Brik Pan Brick.”

The artiste has been on the rise since, with a wide fan base, even wider now given the latest developments. Fans had projected that the “Coke” deejay would undoubtedly be making strides in the industry locally and internationally, and as such, he should take his music seriously.

As the news broke the internet on Monday, May 24, social media users were quick to commend the artiste, with hopes that he will use the opportunities from this new development wisely.

“Skilli get a big buss internationally, a just him fi know how him ago capitalize affa dis,” one person commented. Another added, “Skillibeng is the next dancehall superstar. I feel he has the potential to be bigger than any other artist right now.”

The remix with Nicki Minaj came just a few weeks after Skillibeng made links with international rappers Rich The Kid and Jay Critch and collaborated on “Real Boss.”

.@NICKIMINAJ & @skillibeng's "Crocodile Teeth" debuts at No. 100 on this week's #Hot100.

— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) May 24, 2021

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Peroxwhy?gen – X-world Lyrics


I’ve got to roll
the moon’s been waiting
for me to ape here
out of here up there
and I know you seem to hate it
I’ve got to go,
I’ll make it up to you out there
I’ve got to hide
the sun’s been watching
and designing my means of transportation
and i know you’re seen lying there
that sun it burns you up so far away
I’ve got to fly the moon will fro by
My protection appearing up there
I’ve got to soar so superhumanly
That you’re all appearing not here up there

Where I watch you
When I want you to know
Why I left earth
Appearing out of there up here
Here I am
There you are
I can see you clear up here
There you are
Here I am
You can’t see me from down there

I’ve got to work
the moon’s been watching
from down there
somehow transport you here
you seem to love me
up here from the moon you’re all i see
you’re all i see from the moon
when i take time to look back at earth

you’re all i see from outer space
when i take time to look back at earth

I’ve got to hide the sun’s been waiting
the peaceful me appearing out of there up here
and i know the sun will tan you
up here leaving there we are two feathers
i have to try and form a light
try to form a light
i have to fly trusting to provide my safety
appearing not there up here
i had to soar so opposite you and me
appearing out of there up here

where i watch you
when i want you to know
why i left earth
appearing out of here up there
here i am
there you are
you can see me
as clear as we can see our x-world
there you are
here i am now
knocking boots on the moon before we leave for the
sun

up there is the ultimate heat
contrary world
when we want i want you know
why we left earth
we fell our love
stronger then eve felt in our x-world
x-world