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‘Vigorous revenge’ vowed against US after it kills head of elite Quds Force in air strike


United States

The United States killed Iran’s most powerful general in an air strike at Baghdad’s international airport on Friday, on the direct orders of President Donald Trump.

Key points:

  • The Pentagon says the strike was carried out to deter future attacks
  • A former Iran Revolutionary Guard chief has vowed “vigorous revenge on America”
  • The attack takes the US confrontation with Iran to a dangerous new level

The Pentagon confirmed the death of Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force and the architect of Tehran’s proxy wars in the Middle East.

Why the killing of General Soleimani is such a big deal
The death of Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani is a watershed moment, even in the long and bloody history of Middle East conflict.

Major-General Soleimani and Iraqi militia commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis were killed in the strike on their convoy near the Baghdad airport, an Iraqi militia spokesman told Reuters.

“The American and Israeli enemy is responsible for killing the mujahideen Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis and Qassem Soleimani,” said Ahmed al-Assadi, a spokesman for Iraq’s Popular Mobilisation Forces umbrella grouping of Iran-backed militias.

Three missiles hit the Baghdad airport, killing five members of Iraqi paramilitary groups and two “guests”, Iraqi paramilitary groups said. The rockets landed near the air cargo terminal, burning two vehicles.

“This strike was aimed at deterring future Iranian attack plans,” the Pentagon said in a statement.

It said the military took “decisive defensive action to protect US personnel abroad by killing Qassem Soleimani” and that it considered the Quds Force to be a foreign terrorist organisation.


Video: Video posted to Twitter by Ehab Al Obaidy appears to show the fiery aftermath of US air strikes near Baghdad's international airport (Photo: AP)

(ABC News)

“General Soleimani was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region,” it said.

“General Soleimani and his Quds Force were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American and coalition service members and the wounding of thousands more.

Explaining the strike in self-defence terms was also echoed by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who said Soleimani was planning an “imminent attack”.

“He was actively plotting in the region to take actions — a big action as he described it — that would have put dozens if not hundreds of American lives at risk. We know it was imminent,” Mr Pompeo told CNN.

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@SecPompeo tweet: Iraqis — Iraqis — dancing in the street for freedom; thankful that General Soleimani is no more.

He added that the United States has fortified its assets in the region and is prepared for any possible retaliation, including a cyber attack.

The US maintains that Soleimani was responsible for multiple attacks on coalition bases in Iraq over the last several months, including one on December 27 in which a US civilian contractor and Iraqi personnel were killed during a rocket attack on a military base in northern Iraq.

The US military retaliated by carrying out air strikes against Iranian-linked militia fighters in Iraq and Syria.

This in turn led to hundreds of pro-Iranian protesters and militia attempting to storm the US embassy in Baghdad on New Year’s Eve.

Mr Trump tweeted a photo of the American flag without explanation just moments before the US claimed responsibility for the air strike.

“Iran never won a war, but never lost a negotiation!” Mr Trump later tweeted.

‘This is bigger than taking out bin Laden’



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The Pentagon said Qassem Soleimani had approved attacks on US assets. (AP: Ebrahim Noroozi, file)

A former commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Mohsen Rezaei, vowed “vigorous revenge” against America for the killing of General Soleimani, describing him as a “martyr”.

“Martyr Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani joined his martyred brothers, but we will take vigorous revenge on America,” Mr Rezaei said in a post on Twitter.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the assassination would strengthen resistance against the US and Israel in the region and the world, Iranian state television reported.

“The brutality and stupidity of American terrorist forces in assassinating Commander Soleimani … will undoubtedly make the tree of resistance in the region and the world more prosperous,” Mr Zarif said in a statement.

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Twitter Ranj Alaaldin: Make no mistake – this is bigger than taking out Osama bin Laden.

Academic Ranj Alaaldin, author of Sacred Warriors, a recent book on Shiite militias and the future of Iraq, said on Twitter that the significance of the hit could not be overstated.

“Make no mistake — this is bigger than taking out Osama bin Laden,” he wrote.

General Soleimani, who was responsible for coordinating foreign military actions, survived several assassination attempts against him by Western, Israeli and Arab agencies over the past two decades.



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Tensions remain between US President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. (AP/Reuters)

Earlier this week, top Iraqi militia commander al-Muhandis, also known as Jamal Jaafar Ibrahimi, warned of a strong reaction against US forces following air strikes.

“The blood of the martyrs will not be in vain and our response will be very tough on the American forces in Iraq,” he said.

Trump ‘tossed a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox’



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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said Mr Trump has “tossed a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox“. (AP: Frank Franklin II)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the Trump administration conducted the airstrike without consulting Congress or having any authorisation to use military force against Iran.

She said the move “risks provoking further dangerous escalation of violence.”

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said Mr Trump had “tossed a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox”.

The former vice-president joined other Democratic White House hopefuls in criticising Mr Trump’s order, saying it could leave the US “on the brink of a major conflict across the Middle East.”

Democrats also acknowledged the threat formerly posed by General Soleimani, with Senator Elizabeth Warren calling him “a murderer, responsible for the deaths of thousands, including hundreds of Americans.”

However she added, Mr Trump’s “reckless move escalates the situation with Iran and increases the likelihood of more deaths and new Middle East conflict.”

Western citizens urged to leave Iraq ‘immediately’



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Protests against the US have erupted across Iraq over the past week. (Reuters: Khalid al-Mousily)

The US is now urging citizens to leave Iraq “immediately”, citing “heightened tensions in Iraq and the region”.

“Due to Iranian-backed militia attacks at the US Embassy compound, all consular operations are suspended. US citizens should not approach the Embassy,” the US State Department said in a statement.

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has issued similar advice, urging Australians in the country to “leave Iraq as soon as possible” if it is safe to do so.

It noted that “the security situation could worsen with little warning”, and has warned of a “very high risk of violence, armed conflict, kidnapping, and terrorist attack”.

The BBC also reports that Dutch nationals have been advised to leave Baghdad.

The ABC has approached Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne for comment.

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Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news


‘This is not a warning, it is a threat’: Trump’s escalation of tensions with Iran may be a preview of 2020


United States

Tensions between the United States and Iran have been escalating throughout 2019 but these two foes waited until the last day of the year to take their relationship on a dangerous turn.

In what perhaps will become an indication of where this year is headed, the US embassy in Baghdad was lit on fire and came under siege last night.

The fact that the embassy in the Iraqi capital was attacked is not a surprise.

The country has become a flashpoint for tensions with the Iranian regime and the Iraqi militias that align with it.

But there is no doubt that this represents a rapid upsurge in tensions that have been bubbling for months as the US and Iran continue to battle for influence in Iraq.

It started with an airstrike

In recent months, the Iranian-back militia group Kataib Hezbollah has been firing rockets at Iraqi bases that house US troops.

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There have been casualties, but it wasn’t until an American civil contractor was killed last week that the US decided to retaliate.

America blamed the Iran-backed group and on Sunday launched five air strikes on ammunition facilities and command posts controlled by the militia group in Syria and Iraq, as the US attempted to show its enemies it wouldn’t put up with the behaviour anymore.

Twenty-five people died and many more were injured.

It infuriated the militias and drew widespread condemnation from across the region.

Even Baghdad was angry, labelling the strikes a violation of Iraqi sovereignty and warning it could destabilise the entire region.

It didn’t take long for the group to rally its troops and take to the streets.



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Protesters and militia fighters gather outside the main gate of the US embassy. (Reuters: Thaier al-Sudani)

They managed to breach Baghdad’s so-called “green zone”, a heavily fortified part of the city housing international embassies, which suggests Iraqi security forces didn’t try to stop them.

They hurled projectiles at embassy security, lit fires and destroyed command posts, all the while chanting “death to America”.

It sent a clear message to the White House — that Iranian-back militias in Iraq have the power to intimidate America, even on foreign soil.

It highlights the fact that the US has very few political allies left in Iraq and indicates the embassy and other US facilities have and will continue to become the epicentre of a proxy struggle between Washington and Tehran.

Understandably, US President Donald Trump wasn’t pleased
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Iran killed an American contractor, wounding many. We strongly responded, and always will. Now Iran is orchestrating an attack on the U.S. Embassy in Iraq. They will be held fully responsible. In addition, we expect Iraq to use its forces to protect the Embassy, and so notified!

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….Iran will be held fully responsible for lives lost, or damage incurred, at any of our facilities. They will pay a very BIG PRICE! This is not a Warning, it is a Threat. Happy New Year!

He tweeted several times, accusing Iran of orchestrating the attack and saying he expects “Iraq to use its forces to protect the embassy, and so [are] notified!”.

And despite an assurance from the Iraqi Government of protection of Americans on the ground, the Pentagon has decided to send in more troops and two apache helicopters as air support.

So, hang on, how did we get here?

Well, the relationship between Tehran and Washington has been deteriorating since Mr Trump pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal and reimposed economic sanctions on the country.

The President has always made it clear he viewed Iran with suspicion, and he didn’t think the Obama administration had done enough to curtail Iranian influence across the region.

But despite the economic and political pressure on Iran, there is no indication that the country has curtailed its support for foreign militias.

In other words, Mr Trump is losing ground on countering Iran’s growing influence.

Aside from the rocket launches in Iraq, Iran has been linked to an attack on a Saudi oil facility, as well as others on foreign tankers in the Persian Gulf.

But these sour grapes date back further.

Iran was a close ally of the US during most of the reign of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

But when Pahlavi was overthrown by the 1979 Iranian revolution, Iranian militants took 70 Americans hostage and held them for 444 days.

That was the beginning of a rapidly deteriorating relationship.

Washington and its allies in the region also suspect Iran is developing a nuclear weapons program, hence Mr Trump’s maximum pressure campaign.

So why are both interested in Iraq?
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To those many millions of people in Iraq who want freedom and who don’t want to be dominated and controlled by Iran, this is your time!

The power struggle for influence in Iraq dates back to the US-led invasion in 2003, which toppled Saddam Hussein’s bloody rule.

Iraq become dominated by Shiite political groups, some of whom were allied with Iran.

Troops remained in the country to combat a violent insurgency and despite withdrawing in 2011 they redeployed in 2014 to combat the rise of the Islamic State group (IS), which was born from Syria’s civil war.

Iran has long been accused of running a network of proxies across the Middle East, using militia groups and political parties to undermine rival governments.

In Iraq, there are a number of Shiite militias. They have been increasing political clout since the battle against IS, gaining almost a third of the seats of Iraq’s Parliament in 2018 elections.

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To those many millions of people in Iraq who want freedom and who don’t want to be dominated and controlled by Iran, this is your time!

As we mentioned before, the frequent rocket attacks in recent months on Iraqi bases have sent the relations on a downward spiral and underlined fears a proxy war between the two countries is being played out on Iraqi soil.

Following the strikes on Sunday, US State Department officials laid blame not only on Iran but also Iraq, saying Baghdad had failed to protect America.

Expect more turmoil in 2020

The ease with which militia forces managed to breach the embassy surprised many and raises questions about how much backing America still has from Iraq’s fractured Parliament.

The beginnings of a proxy war come at a terrible time for Baghdad, which has been crippled by political paralysis and embroiled in deadly domestic protests, all of which have left the economy in the doldrums.

Iran has invested heavily in deepening its influence in an arc from Iraq through Syria to Lebanon and will not give up its strategic gains without a fight, even as US sanctions make its expansionism more difficult.

What is clear: The airstrikes will further embolden pro-Iranian blocs of Iraq’s Parliament to push harder for the expulsion of US forces from the country.

The militias are rallying their troops to launch more attacks, while the Pentagon is upping its ground and air support, all laying the groundwork for a broader destabilisation of the region.

Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news


410 – Crash 2.0 Lyrics


[Verse 1: Skengdo]
I heard mans whip in the nicest pot (Yes)
Greedy cunt, yeah I want that grub (Want it)
You wouldn’t think that I’m a skinny fuck
My chargies rise and they take mans belt
Sparkz just lurk, man he come like fox
Free Slapit out the fucking box (Free him up, free him up)
Rising heat and collecting dosh
Bro don’t stress, man the clocks don’t stop
Think I’m putting my faith in thots
You must be mad, I don’t love thots
Don’t be silly, just suck my cock
Finish the drop, get jiggy then bop
Cookie bud, yeah it coming like rock
Raw flavours, don’t give me that dust
Sticks and leaves, don’t give me that stuff
Gelato wave got me feeling all maud
Gelato wave got me feeling all maud
You’re beefing me, I don’t beef this don
I bought my rod, but the fishes gone
Never man bait, man the shit gets long
Ask .22 how the drill raps real?
Then he drew man out, coulda made man spill (Ching)
Sitting in the box, that’s never the deal
Now everyone knows how Skengdo feels

[Pre-Chorus: Skengdo]
Don’t make sense tryna crash or crash
Crash do crash, but the crash don’t chat
Been all ready like Clash of Clans
When we rise those things and we crash your clan
Don’t make sense tryna crash or crash
Crash do crash, but the crash don’t chat
Been all ready like Clash of Clans
When we rise those things and we crash your clan

[Chorus: AM]
Back with a bang (Boop-boop-boop)
Slap and attack
Crash in the back
Mind where you hang (Boop-boop-boop)
Act for the snap
Chat dem are chat
Not for the gang (Ayy-ayy)
And do-do-do, look what I what brang, just look
Look how they ran (Just look)

[Verse 2: AM]
How you gonna crash on me? (How?)
Don’t you know I step with cra’
Shh-shh, Crashaleen (Dudu)
Man fill up the ting with gas
Uh-uh, gasoline (Dudu)
See a hella man talking wass (Wass, wass), wasaleen (Ugh)
Look how many times we lurked and the feds can’t chat for me (No way)
She was tryna get me burst, but you ain’t trapping me (No way)
Bitch that’s a mazza
Uh, mazzaleen
If I make one call right now, get jump like trampoline (Dudu)
Clap man like tambourine (Ugh)
And if you ever get caught on road
I don’t wanna hear that you ain’t involved
Kick down doors, coulda bruck mans toes
Coulda bruck down bud, but your brass in broke
Italian came with sauce and smoke
Italian shoes, Italian coat
They know, we know
Baghdad doing the most

[Pre-Chorus: AM, Skengdo]
Back with a bang (Boop-boop-boop)
Slap and attack
Crash in the back
Mind where you hang (Boop-boop-boop)
Act for the snap
Chat dem are chat
Not for the gang (Ayy-ayy)
And do-do-do, look what I what brang (Just look)
Look how they ran (Just look)

[Chorus: Skengdo]
Don’t make sense tryna crash or crash
Crash do crash, but the crash don’t chat
Been all ready like Clash of Clans
When we rise those things and we crash your clan
Don’t make sense tryna crash or crash
Crash do crash, but the crash don’t chat
Been all ready like Clash of Clans
When we rise those things and we crash your clan


Rapsody – Power (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Lance Skiiiwalker)


[Hook/Chorus]
I feel your energy “feel your energy”
It’s coming through “it’s coming through”
Took me a century “a century”
To get next to you “to get next to you”
Plus make some enemies “enemies”
Invested in you “invest in you”
So, I feel your energy “I feel your energy”
Invested, pursue “ooo ooo, I never read the 48 Laws”

[Verse 1 – Rapsody]
The power of the dussy make a grown man cry
The day I came up out my mama I saw a grown man cry
They say it has magic powers, even Magic ain’t die
Wake you up out ya sleep to take a 3am car ride
He said the booty the only thing between him and God
They love the booty, sacrifice they family and job
Badge make police feel powerful in the hood
Guns make us feel powerful but they don’t do no good
I know my blackness powerful and they don’t like that
I know some n—-s sold theirs, sit back and watch ’em tap dance
Bombs over Baghdad to have a flag to brag bout
Don’t make you a big boy, cus you got a nice Stack
Carolina home boy, you know we keep a Stackhouse
Thats power when you know the game, I’m feeling like a Champ now
I went the rap route, homie get out the trap house
I want the power to be able rap bout, what I rap bout
Black child
God, love and textiles
Point, blank decimal
Steph Curry projectile
I saw the goal from 8 miles
With every stone you threw I picked it up and built a powerhouse
Caught a case
I got murder in my profile
N—-s still billin’ me
See, that’s just the appeal in me
Respek on my name
Why yall n—-s so emotional?
Power

[Hook/Chorus]
I feel your energy “feel your energy”
It’s coming thru “it’s coming thru”
Took me a century “a century”
To get next to you “to get next to you”
Plus make some enemies “enemies”
Invested in you “invest in you”
So, I feel your energy “i feel your energy”
Invested, pursue “ooo ooo, I never read the 48 Laws”

[Verse 2 – Rapsody]
Power up with the word
I got it from my God
He said a good shephard don’t trip over what they heard
Let em talk the talk until the night you choose to go and purge
I came up when the rest of you struggled and failed to flourish
Conversations with florist
She said I’m good as herbs
Get em high, get em high from the hood to the suburbs
No one can take your power even if a storm occurred
It ain’t man made, but whether or not you paid don’t help or hurt
It’s a perk
Jamla Squad written on my shirt
I got a lane but all the lines around me dotted I can merge
I can do what you can but you can’t do the same with words
As I, now watch my street cred go multiply
They say the streets respect a real one
No one’s as real as I
It’s just me and young blood this where I get all of my power
The night I got a chain from Mr Flowers
I gave it back when I got done rappin’ the same hour
I ain’t Five Percent, ‘less we talkin the top emcees
And I’m in the top of that the rest beneath me all cowards
When I spit, look around, it’s meteor showers
I watch the stars fall, fall, fall, see this what you call Power

[Verse 3 – Kendrick Lamar]
Let’s talk about Power
Let’s talk about your and ours that made the allowance
Let’s talk about hundred-thousand kids ravin’ and bouncin
Cravin’ and drownin in words the day I pronounced it
Let’s talk about Power
Let’s talk about do’ers and dont’ers
The house I built when I was homeless and sleepin in corner
Sharin’ coronas and black and milds
Donuts in el caminos
Talkin’ loud, Scrappin’ corners
Residue every mornin’
Talk about legacy
Let’s talk about the life of celebrity
Verses integrity
Curse the first one that thirst for necessity
Searching for equity
Verses the earth that birthed us indefinitely
Verse the verse I wrote in jeopardy
Surfin’ the laws of the universe and destiny
Church and a God is the only thing that’s been ‘head
AW! Let’s talk about my power and golden showers
Granted to be on your cameras and store counters
He’s banana’s, competitive, we can dance
Siege the damage, no more fo’ he peed his pants
My second LP had real n—-s on POTUS lawn
The seven grammys is at my Grannys and Heaven arms
I’m in Jamaica like “WAH GAWIN” my feet is out
My hair is long and patois coming out my mouth
Me, I go outdoors it’s time to bless up erryuhn’
Rude boy, me, I worry bout it fearless’
I shot n—-s then shot movies ten years later
Dear God, why you show me so much favor?
Amongst the haters and wickedness
Deliver this child from evil convictions and friviless
Debates about who’s the prominent emcee of the millennium
And it’s all for the benjamins
And I’m all of yalls nemsis
And I’m all in all happy none of yall can fathom who Kendrick is
The only one that did wrote book of Genesis
M———-r, thats Power


ASAP Mob – Crazy Brazy (On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert) (Live)


Woah, woah, yo
Woah, woah, woah
I got a lot on my head
Gucci rag tied on my head
Put a red dot on your head
I put that guap on your head
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
I got a lot on my mind
I put that guap on my mind
I got a lot on my mind
I put that nine to your mind
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
I don’t want no conversation
I don’t need explanation
Shoot with no hesitation
They do it for a reputation
They don’t play me on the station
Press ’em like detonation
Want more jelly than a Mason
Man I’m rocky like a caveman
We rock I’m a rockstar
Try to cuff me like a cop car
Try to play me like a popstar
That’s how you get not far
All my cus, niggas crazy
All my bloods, niggas brazy
Might just drop in on a Wednesday
Been the shit designer wavy
Don’t talk back, just give me face
I got nines on my waist
Hide them lines in the place
I don’t care
I’m with Flacko, you on flakka
You got guns but won’t pop ’em
I send niggas to the doctor
I don’t care
Sandman tan money bag, drag, slash bag man
Baghdad land
Talk back, get back slapped with a back hand
Black man, black hand side
Anti everything since Yams died
In dodge van by NY
No who, what, where, why, when
I got a lot on my head
Gucci rag tied on my head
Put a red dot on your head
I put that guap on your head
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
I got a lot on my mind
I put that guap on my mind
I got a lot on my mind
I put that nine to your mind
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Hundred thousand dollar nightmare
If I wanna take a flight there
Man fuck it spend a life here
Young thuggin in some Nike Airs
Bicken Back Being Bool, baby
Layin’ back by the pool, baby
Bumpin’ that shit too wavy
Counting stacks shit too brazy
Walk around with a bag on me
Walk around with a flag on me
Bickin back I got mad homies
Joey Fatts might blast for me
Tote the tecs I got cash homie
Take it back I got crack on me
This and that got that on me
Where you from?
Where you at homie?
I got a lot on my head
Gucci rag tied on my head
Put a red dot on your head
I put that guap on your head
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
I got a lot on my mind
I put that guap on my mind
I got a lot on my mind
I put that nine to your mind
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy


Aaron Rose – The Art Of Sole (Elixir Album)


[Intro]
I paint a picture with the lines I stroke
They lost hope in ya’ll niggas, so it’s time I spoke
I’m the J57
I’m coming for the streets, if you understand me
The art of sole, feel like I’m on another planet

[Verse 1]
It has been a long time coming, ever since my farther [?]
I knew that I would be something, the abundance of talents
I managed to perceive before I breath
Bit clear to me, I understand it, I’m granted
The life of art, the life I dream up in the dark
So then the light I spark arise of every two in which I thought
I would grow up to be, but hopefully the road I see
Would lead to greatness, so first I got to find the golden key
To rev the engine, the sector brain with no syringes
Open up the mind so first I got to disable the hinges
They block me out, I’m independ-
I’m trying to picture something up your gold
No I’m never talking for the glitter
They reminisce on the essence I see myself spit
The same thing I found myself with
The same thing connecting us through vibrations, I know you felt this
Feel like someone hit the rail switch
We just some freight trains, afraid to run off track
I took my own route, now I’m never coming back
And that’s a fact, in a universe full with opinions
So despicable, I’m ducking you internet minions
Your criticism ain’t nothing more than a comet
You should calm it down, ’cause I’m still viewed as a comet
And Steelo was a shooting star
So if you seen him, you know you were going far
Now here we are

[Hook]
I’ve got more teeth than I’ve got family
But they still falling out, feel like God playin’ me
I’m coming for the streets, if you understand me
The art of sole, feel like I’m on another planet
I’ve got more teeth than I’ve got family
But they still falling out, feel like God playin’ me
I’m coming for the streets, if you understand me
The art of sole, feel like I’m on another planet

[Verse 2]
This is the moment I’m breaking my inhibition
Rejoicing the villain to know I fit with the description
I’ve done reflection when I’m looking up
You stand in front your mirror, do you see the same one?
We just begun this dynasty so they won’t be subside to me
I swear to God, I’m breaking through the tyrannies
To freelance a free man
So as I vividly paint you niggas my motion picture
I’m conjuring longevity with this potion Elixir
But momma told me to finish my food first, "You right"
So my dinner plate filling up after every bite
This appetite will make these wack rap niggas half as nice
Now double the work, you can get the bragging rights
To overshadow where I shine
But we both know, The Pros never be the cons, we a different kind
Even if you missed a line you won’t miss my prime
This is bombs of Baghdad mixed with Vietnam
Saddam Hussein, two tanks of propane won’t blow you niggas up
I am Cobain, fuck what you see in front
‘Cause a wise man will never speak
You just showing too much December
Dry your seed up before you could even grow it
A natural poet, on a road to entourages of the chosen
I’m started to grow my conscience, unlocking up every solar
Side, I used to conquer my life
But this a write to angel to momma, "Your son will still arrive"

[Hook]
I’ve got more teeth than I’ve got family
But they still falling out, feel like God playin’ me
I’m coming for the streets, if you understand me
The art of sole, feel like I’m on another planet
I’ve got more teeth than I’ve got family
But they still falling out, feel like God playin’ me
I’m coming for the streets, if you understand me
The art of sole, feel like I’m on another planet

[Outro]
I paint a picture with the lines I stroke
They lost hope in ya’ll niggas, so it’s time I spoke
I paint a picture with the lines I stroke
They lost hope in ya’ll niggas, so it’s time I spoke
I paint a picture with the lines I stroke
They lost hope in ya’ll niggas, so it’s time I spoke
I paint a picture with the lines I stroke
They lost hope in ya’ll niggas, so it’s time I spoke, nigga


A$AP MOB – Crazy Brazy Lyrics

October 1, 2016

Lyrics

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[Intro: A$AP Rocky]
Woah, woah, yo
Woah, woah, woah

[Hook: A$AP Rocky & Key!]
I got a lot on my head
Gucci rag tied on my head
Put a red dot on your head
I put that guap on your head
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
I got a lot on my mind
I put that guap on my mind
I got a lot on my mind
I put that nine on your mind
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
[Verse 1: A$AP Rocky]
I don’t want no conversation
I don’t need explanation
Shoot with no hesitation
They do it for a reputation
They don’t play me on the station
Press ’em like detonation
Want more jelly than a Mason
Man I’m rocky like a caveman

[Verse 2: Key!]
We rock I’m a rockstar
Try to cuff me like a cop car
Try to play me like a popstar
That’s how you get not far

[Verse 3: A$AP Rocky]
All my cousins, niggas crazy
All my bloods, niggas brazy
Might just drop in on a Wednesday
Been the shit designer wavy

[Verse 4: Key!]
Don’t talk back, just give me face
I got nines on my waist
Hide them lines in the place
I don’t care
I’m with Flocko, you on Flocka
You got girls [?]
I send niggas to the doctor
I don’t care

[Verse 5: A$AP Rocky]
Sandman tan money bag, drag, slash bag man
Baghdad land
Talk back, get back slapped with a back hand
Black man, black hands [?]
[?]
No who, what, where, why, when

[Hook: A$AP Rocky & Key!]
I got a lot on my head
Gucci rag tied on my head
Put a red dot on your head
I put that guap on your head
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
I got a lot on my mind
I put that guap on my mind
I got a lot on my mind
I put that nine in your mouth
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy

[Verse 6: A$AP Twelvvy]
Hundred thousand dollar nightmare
If I wanna take a flight there
Man fuck it spend a life here
Young thuggin is a night years
Bicken Back Being Bool, baby
Layin’ back by the pool, baby
Bumpin’ [?], too wavy
Counting stacks shit too brazy
Walk around with a bag on me
Walk around with a flag on me
Bicken Back I got mad hoes
Joey [?] might blast for me
Talk to [?] I got cash homie
Take it back I got crack on me
This and that got that on me
Where you from?
Where you at homie?

[Hook: A$AP Rocky & Key!]
I got a lot on my head
Gucci rag tied on my head
Put a red dot on your head
I put that guap on your head
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
Don’t be talking to me crazy
I got a lot on my mind
I put that guap on my mind
I got a lot on my mind
I put that nine in your mouth
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy
Don’t talk to me brazy