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Kodak Black Takes Dig at Hawks Star Trae Young For Fear Of Birds


Kodak Black appears to take a dig at Trae Young for allegedly being scared of birds.

NBA fans around the globe are currently glued to the playoff series that’s ongoing between the Atlanta Hawks and the New York Knicks. Hawks fans believe in their leader Trae Young and his ability to give them series win. Knicks fans are, of course, hoping for the opposite.

He’s risen to the occasion so far, and last Sunday, May 23, the point guard scored two dramatic clutch points at the end of the game to give the Hawks a narrow victory at Madison Square Garden. New York Knicks fans have taken to trying to meme Young probably in hopes of causing him to fall off his game.

When his team won that game, he said: “I wanted to hear those F-U chants again,” when he spoke to TNT right after the game. He finished with impressive stats, including 32 points, seven rebounds, and ten assists in his first career playoff game. It’s clear he’s on a mission for his team.

Some well-known names have jumped into the trolling, like Skip Bayless and NYC mayor Bill de Blasio. Kodak Black is also getting in on the act. He jokingly trolled Young on Twitter recently, asking him: “How You Scared Of Birds But You Play Fa The Hawks?” It’s a bit of a low blow since Young has admitted to and has been very vocal about his ornithophobia, which is the fear of birds. Kodak used the irony of his situation as he tries to distract the star point guard.

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Maybe the trolling worked as the Knicks came back and defeated the Hawks last night, May 26. The series is now tied at 1-1. There’s no doubt that Young will be fired up and ready to hit back at critics and trolls when the series continues in Atlanta on Friday, May 28.

As he put it after Sunday’s game: “If I’m offending them with my play that they hate me that much, I’m obviously doing something right. I just got to let my play do the talking. At the end of the day, fans can only talk. They can’t guard me. They’re not out there playing.”

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Kodak Black Rep Yaad In “Z Look Jamaican” Visual Off ‘Haitian Boy Kodak’


Kodak Black rep for his Yaad fans in “Z Look Jamaican” video off his new album, Haitian Boy Kodak.

The cut, which premiered on May 21, has already received more than one million views in 24 hours. It was also #23 on YouTube’s trending music list as of midday on May 22. The video, which was set in Kingston, Jamaica, was produced by Jermaine Anglin and directed by Young Chang. It places Jamaican culture center stage and is a celebration of all things Jamaican.

The video opens with an aerial shot of Kingston and then cuts to a scene with men playing ludo (commonly called Ludi in Jamaica) in a backyard. At another table, a group of men is playing dominoes and drinking beer. A shirtless Kodak Black enters the scene and greets everyone before the beat drops, and he begins rapping.

Throughout the video, there are Jamaican memorabilia (flags etc) prominently displayed. The Jamaican colors are also featured in the clothes worn by Kodak himself and others in the video.

Memorable scenes from the video include dancing from skimpily clad women and the final scene, which features the rapper’s young son. The two are standing in empty space when Kodak Black says to his son, “I got a question, alright. If your daddy a Z, what you is?” To which his son responds, “a Z” while making a hand gesture.

Z stands for the Zoe Pound gang, which was founded by Haitian migrants in Miami, Florida, in the 90s. Members call each other Z’s or words that start with ‘Z,’ like “Zombie” or “Zoe”. The term “Z” is also commonly used in association with anything Haitian-related. It goes without saying that Kodak is of Haitian descent.

Fans have welcomed the video, and many are loving the fact that it was shot in Jamaica. One commenter on YouTube said, “Crazy how almost every rapper shootin vidz in Jamaica,” while another wrote, “This masterpiece deserves to be number one on billboard and a billion views.”

Kodak is the latest in a series of American entertainers to visit and shoot videos in Jamaica. Last month, DJ Khaled and H.E.R shot videos for his album “Khaled Khaled” on the island.

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Kodak Black Says Sexual Assault Caused His Album Delay


Kodak Black says recent controversies surrounding his sexual assault case is to be blamed for his album delay.

The Pompano Beach rapper has announced that he is delaying the release of his forthcoming album due to the current controversies surrounding him. In a video posted on social media, the rapper said he was advised by his team to delay the release of the much-anticipated project, which would be his first since being released via a Donald Trump pardon.

“I wanted to give y’all an album but these platforms say it’s too much talk about this bulls**t and we should kinda wait, so can y’all please shut up,” Kodak tweeted.

On Wednesday, April 28, Kodak Black pleaded guilty to charges of assault and battery, rising from an incident in 2016 involving a high school student in Florence County, South Carolina. Prosecutors say Kodak pushed the girl into a wall and onto a bed before assaulting her in a hotel room.

Kodak Black had previously denied the allegations, but in court on Wednesday, he explained that he was trying to have a “romantic encounter” with the alleged victim. It is alleged that his attempts were not welcomed, and the student revealed that Kodak then bit her. The rapper agreed the claims were true.

He told the court, “I apologise. I’m hopeful we can all moved forward. I wish her the best in her life.”

The 23-year-old rapper, whose real name is Bill Kapri, received 18-months probation and a 10 year suspended prison sentence. He also agreed to attend counseling as a part of the negotiated plea. In addition, the court ordered that Kodak cannot drink alcohol, use drugs, or possess guns under the terms of his probation.

The rapper has had his fair share of run-ins with the law. He was previously sentenced to 46 months in prison over weapons charges before Trump pardoned him on his last day in office. Despite his troubles, the rapper has always come through with music for his fans. In 2018, he had a number one album in the U.S. Fans who were looking forward to the album are still appealing to him to release the project amid the controversy, or as they see it, the publicity.

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Kodak Black Affiliate Rapper Syko Bob Shot in Drive-by Shooting


Up-and-coming rapper Syko Bob is allegedly one of three people who were shot and injured in a drive-by shooting in Florida on Monday, April 26th. The rapper, who is an affiliate of Kodak Black, was not seriously wounded.

An incident report from the Lauderhill police said that Bob and two men were driving in a car on North State Road 7 Monday afternoon when they were ambushed by occupants in a black BMW, the Sun Sentinel reported. Several shots were allegedly fired into Syko Bob’s vehicle, which hit another vehicle as the victims unsuccessfully tried to escape.

Police say retaliatory shots were also fired from the rapper’s car as the black BMW attempted to escape, hitting a van in the process, before also coming to a stop. Officers arrived at a crime scene littered with spent shell casings after the perpetrators having already made their escape.

The wounded persons were treated at a local hospital, and they were all subsequently released by Tuesday as they sustained no major injuries. Police Lieutenant Michael Santiago later told reporters that “All three victims refused to cooperate with the investigation and provided no details on the events.”

While police confirmed the details of the incident and said all three occupants of Bob’s vehicle were injured, the rapper has denied the claims. During an Instagram Live on his official page, the rapper told fans to stop sending him get-well messages claiming, “sh*t ain’t happen to me.”

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Syko Bob is associated with rapper Kodak Black through his record label and clothing line Sniper Gang. Kodak was recently released from prison, where he was serving time for gun charges after he was pardoned by outgoing US President Donald Trump.

The shootout involving Bob comes a week after another rapper, Baby Blue, was shot and seriously wounded outside a bowling alley in Davis, which is also in Broward County, where the latest incident occurred. No arrests have been made in that case either.

Syko Bob has released several projects, including his album “Monster” earlier this year. The rapper has had limited success with his music and is not yet a household name outside of his city.

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Kodak Black Shows Support To Pooh Shiesty Despite Recent Beef


Kodak Black was only recently released from prison, but the Florida rapper has been busy making everyone aware of his continued presence in the rap game while also participating in some minor beef. One such dispute occurred between Black and Memphis artist Pooh Shiesty after the two seemed to disagree about who started the money-spreading trend on Instagram.

Despite recently naming Kodak Black as one of his biggest influencers, Pooh Shiesty called out the Florida rapper for laying claim to the cash flaunting fad, saying that he had been spread his cash for years. Pooh took to social media to comment on the claim, saying that Kodak had officially lost his respect.

Despite the disagreement that some would rank high on the petty scale, the two rappers seem to have squashed their short-lived beef. Kodak was the first to attempt to deescalate the conversation online, brushing off the argument by writing, “Before y’all think a n***a being petty, I don’t give a f*ck about none of this sh*t, man.”

However, on Monday, Shiesty posted a picture of himself in a convenience store on Instagram while holding a fat stack of cash and captioned the post, “Anybody That Got Smoke With Me Got Shot At Or They Tried To Fix It”.

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The comment raised eyebrows among his followers, considering the recent shooting involving Kodak Black and his security team. Some social media users thought Pooh might have been hinting at his own involvement, but that assumption was quickly cleared up in the comment section.

“I Can Relate Lil Bra I Can Relate,” Kodak Black replied to the post. While the reply seemed to be sincere, some followers wondered if Kodak was trolling Pooh. When one of Pooh Shiesty’s fans asked if this was the case in the comment section, the Shiesty Season rapper replied, “No that’s bro.” It looks like both parties are attempting to keep the peace in the situation this time around.

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Kodak Black Breaks Silence On Being Ambushed And Shot At


Kodak Black is dispelling the rumors about the recent shooting in Florida that left his bodyguard wounded.

Since he’s been out of prison, Kodak Black says he’s been doing good, and he isn’t messing with anybody. Amid the shooting incident that took place in a McDonald’s parking lot in Tallahassee, Florida on Monday morning, the rapper took to Instagram Live to set the record straight.

Reports are that Kodak was the target of the shooting, which occurred after he left a festival performance. While the rapper was not injured, a member of his security team was rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds in his leg. Kodak, who recently shared photos of him and his son spending time together this Easter, implied that the shooting was blown out of proportion when he finally addressed the abounding headlines on Tuesday.

“A b***h ain’t even gone play with me,” the 23-year-old rapper said on IG Live. “When I saw the [news reports] I was like, what the f**k? This ain’t no sh*t like– Y’all trying to make it like, one of these little industry b***es. That sh*t was just some little bullsh*t on some lame little sh*t that transpired on some lame sh*t, homie. If you a real stepper out here, you gone know, I’m in this life. Baby blue sh*t. That’s Yak right there.”

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The rapper further clarified that he hasn’t been beefing with anybody, so it couldn’t have been the cause of the shooting. He added that his mother even reached out to him since the news and asked that everyone just let him be. “Y’all leave me alone bruh. Just leave me alone, man,” he said. “I ain’t f**king with nobody. Yak been zoolin’.”

According to previous reports, the rapper was followed from the festival to the restaurant where he was ambushed. Even when Kodak Black tries to stay out of trouble, it seems to literally follow him.

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Pooh Shiesty And Kodak Black Beefing Over Who Started “Blrrd”


Pooh Shiesty and Kodak Black are going at it all over who started the “blrrd” trend.

Both Pooh Shiesty and Kodak Black are in heavy rotation on hip hop airwaves right now. The Memphis rapper is making waves with his breakout hit “Back In Blood” with Lil Durk, while the Pompano Beach native is creating his own waves musically, but also for other things like getting out of prison early thanks to a Trump last-minute pardon and his recent engagement to Mellow Racks whom he has been dating only for a few days or weeks at most.

While Shiesty and Kodak are making a lot of noise on the airwaves right now, their heated feud started after the Sniper Gang rapper hopped on Instagram to tell the world that he started the “blrrd” trend as well as the infamous cash spread. It didn’t take long for the “Back In Blood” rapper to respond on IG, telling Kodak that he lost respect for him.

“This just a matter of fact ! I ain’t dissing nobody , ion even know y’aII I’m just saying and this not to say the respect level ain’t on either side , but you know,” Kodak wrote in a post on IG that he has since deleted. In the video shared, he explained how he started the money spread trend and even namedrop Lil Baby.

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Pooh Shiesty later issued a strong response to Kodak Black on Instagram by sharing photos of himself from a decade ago spreading cash. “The INTERNET AND FANS will make a real ni**a do some h** sh**, Influence?” he wrote. “You wasn’t rappin when I was out here taking action I just like yo music thought u was on my same time boy u was rapping that sh** I was really living before I ever made a song, this internet don’t know sh** bout me.”

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Shiesty added that Chief Keef would be more deserving of the credit for starting the trend than Kodak Black. He ended his statement with a strong messaging tell Black that they can handle this feud in person.

What Blrrd mean?

In case you don’t know the meaning of “blrrd,” it’s an adlib popularized by Pooh Shiesty in some of his recent songs, particularly his hit single, “Back In Blood.” Other Memphis rappers also use it, but this issue is about who created it.

Before they started beefing, Pooh Shiesty says he is a fan of Kodak Black and even ranked him among his top 5 rappers, dead or alive. “‘m gon’ put me on there, BIG30, Gucci Mane, Kodak Black, and Chief Keef. I dont even care about nobody else. Them five right there,” he told Hotnewhiphop.

Why did Kodak Black pick a fight with Pooh Shiesty? Perhaps because of his recent issues with Gucci Mane asking him about the clone rumors. The Florida rapper wasn’t too happy about it, and we all know Gucci is mentoring Shiesty, who is signed to his 1017 label.


Kodak Black Slams Gucci Mane For Asking Him If He’s A Clone


Kodak Black is clapping back at Gucci Mane for asking if he’s a clone.

Kodak Black has clearly been enjoying his freedom since receiving a presidential pardon last month before Donald Trump officially left office. However, it seems the rapper doesn’t have any patience for persistent jokes from internet trolls accusing him of being a cloned version of himself. Now Gucci Mane has joined fans questioning if the Pompano Beach rapper is really a clone or the real deal. Of course, Gucci previously dealt with similar accusations after his release from prison in 2016 looking ripped.

Gucci Mane posted a video of an exchange between himself and Kodak Black where he asked the Florida rapper, “I’m talking ’bout is you a clone or not.”

Taking to Instagram Live on Saturday, Black addressed the rumors which suggest that he is no longer the authentic Kodak we once knew, saying, “Why this don’t sound like Kodak, what the hell—so who do I sound like? All this little clone sh*t starting to make me made now. See back then, all my little other bids, whenever this little clone sh*t came out, I wasn’t trippin’. Y’all blowing me now.”

Kodak went on to claim that the comments are coming from a place of pure jealousy, adding, “All kind of n***as been trying to imitate this sh*t but can’t duplicate this sh*t. None of these f***in’ n***as seeing Yak! They know that, that’s why they was mad I came home. All these n***as was scared, scared of me coming home, picking up the money.” It looks like Kodak is ready to hop back in the game at full force and isn’t taking anybody’s shade in the meantime.

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Black also respond to Gucci Mane in another video saying, “When you said, ‘Is you a clone’ tonight, I should’ve hit you with, ‘B**ch, I might be.’” He then went on to disrespect Gucci for not having any waves in his hair.

Since his release, Kodak has made several big moves, including debuting a new hairstyle, getting his lawyer’s name tatted on his hand, showing off a ring engraved with “Trump Ties” as a shoutout to the controversial president who pardoned him and reportedly getting engaged to 19-year-old rapper Mellow Rackz.

Kodak Black has addressed his plans to pursue multiple causes, including criminal justice reform and giving back to his community. The rapper also established a scholarship in honor of the victims who lost their lives in the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High shooting in Parkland, Florida, setting aside $100k in funds for the criminal justice program at Southeastern University Law School. Clone or not, at least the latest incarnation of Kodak is committed to spreading some positivity in the world.

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Lil Wayne & Kodak Black Pardoned By President Trump In Last-Minute Spree


Lil Wayne and Kodak Black can breathe a sigh of relief today after Trump granted them clemency.

Outgoing President Donald Trump has pardoned over 150 persons and commutations, sources within the President’s administration has revealed in the early morning of his last day in office. Trump spends his final full day in office- January 19, 2021, finalizing his list of pardons, and it turns out that rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black made the list.

According to three CNN news sources, the batch of clemency actions includes white-collar criminals, high-profile rappers, and others but does not include the President, who has been reported as suggesting that he would seek to pardon himself and his children before leaving office. It seems that did not happen after his lawyers advised him against it.

“President Trump granted a full pardon to Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., also known as ‘Lil Wayne,’” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in a statement to the press. “Mr. Carter pled guilty to possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon, owing to a conviction over 10 years ago. Brett Berish of Sovereign Brands, who supports a pardon for Mr. Carter, describes him as ‘trustworthy, kind-hearted and generous.’”

“Mr. Carter has exhibited this generosity through commitment to a variety of charities, including donations to research hospitals and a host of foodbanks. Deion Sanders, who also wrote in support of this pardon, calls Mr. Wayne ‘a provider for his family, a friend to many, a man of faith, a natural giver to the less fortunate, a waymaker, [and] a game changer.’”

Lil Wayne was a staunch Trump supporter and ally during his election campaign last year, so it comes as no surprise that he was pardoned by the outgoing President. The full list of names was released to the press at approximately 1 AM on the morning of the inauguration. Lil Wayne was facing a gun charge – possession of firearm during a 2019 search of his jet. The rapper’s jet was searched after landing at the Miami airport, where authorities found what Wayne said was a father’s day gift- a gold plated gun as well as marijuana in his bag.

Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done. ?? pic.twitter.com/Q9c5k1yMWf

— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) October 29, 2020

Weezy remains a controversial personality in hip hop and received heavy backlash, especially from the black community after meeting with Trump and declaring his support for the then President and encouraging African Americans- a key demographic in the contentious 2020 election, to vote for Trump.

Controversial Florida rapper Kodak Black, whose real name is Bill Kapri, was also pardoned after he took to his social media accounts to make an appeal to Trump for a pardon in exchange for donating millions of dollars to charity last year.

“Kodak Black is a prominent artist and community leader,” McEnany said in the statement. “He has served nearly half of his sentence. Before his conviction and after reaching success as a recording artist, Kodak Black became deeply involved in numerous philanthropic efforts. In fact, he has committed to supporting a variety of charitable efforts, such as providing educational resources to students and families of fallen law enforcement officers and the underprivileged. In addition to these efforts, he has paid for the notebooks of school children, provided funding and supplies to daycare centers, provided food for the hungry, and annually provides for underprivileged children during Christmas. Most recently while still incarcerated, Kodak Black donated $50,000 to David Portnoy’s Barstool Fund, which provides funds to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Kodak Black’s only request was that his donation go toward restaurants in his hometown.”

According to one source, the pardon does not come at zero cost as the President is expecting to collect later on his favor. “Everything is a transaction. He likes pardons because it is unilateral. And he likes doing favors for people he thinks will owe him.”

Among the people who received a pardon from Donald Trump include Death Row Records co-founder Michael “Harry O” Harrison, who got his sentence commuted after Snoop Dogg and his allies successfully lobbied the Trump administration.


YNW Melly – YNW Freestyle Lyrics


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[Verse:]
Made it through the struggle, got it off the muscle (off the muscle)
Wanted Gucci on my buckle, so I had to hustle (hustle, hustle)
Stomach growlin’ like a lion, I was really hungry
Ain’t nobody wanna help me, got it on my lonely (my lonely)
Jaleen that my brother, we like Rich Homie and Thugger
Disrespect my whodie, then I’m shootin’ at your mother, huh (your mother)
Boy I know you love her, cause’ you fuck without a rubber, huh
If that bitch start actin’ up, just go and find another, huh (sheesh)
Gucci, Louis, Hermes and Givenchy on my body (yeah)
Promethazine and Sprite, but I ain’t fuckin’ with no molly (no way)
Big shout-out to Kodak Black, he follow me on Insta
If you wanna chop it up, I put it in a blender (blender)
Flokka smokin’ niggas, I ain’t got nothin’ to give ya’ (bye)
I’m shootin’ out the sun roof, Sosa shootin’ out the window (bang)
Yeah, this is a freestyle nigga you ain’t gotta ask me (nah)
Pussy squirtin’, mini skirt, I like my bitches nasty, uh
And she make all A’s and B’s, I like my bitches classy, huh (classy)
Quarter pound of ganja pack, I stretch it like elastic, huh (elastic)
Take you to the Gucci store, then flip it like gymnastics (flip it)
Juugin and finessin’, we was counting all our blessings (for real)
Your bitch do the Melly pose cause I’m a living legend

Sosa:

I’m that nigga from that Ave you don’t even know to have
Just to walk through my hood, pussy boy, you need a pass
Tell the judge suck my dick and tell the state to kiss my ass
Me and my team we first, why you pussy niggas in last
Crackers all on my dick ’cause they say I made a hit
When I grabbed the microphone they like: “Sosa you can spit!”
When I fucked that nigga bitch, that really made that nigga sit


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Lil Durk – Public Housing Lyrics


[Intro]
For real like
I’m saying they count us out at the right time
You know what I’m saying
That gave us motivation to tuck and gotta do what we do
You know what I’m saying I got the city on my back you know

[Hook]
I came from public houses to a mansion
I lost my family I was feelin’ stranded
I seen my son he a throw a tantrum
Call a couple bitches cause I had no manners
I asked Allah can he give me guidance
Full of anger I was in out my mind and
I know this music is my soul passion
Last week I spent fifty thousand on my fashion

[Verse 1]
On red carpet feelin’ like Alladin
Got a bitch from Tokyo I like her accent
Julio Jones ballin’ on Madden
On top enjoy my risin’
Smokin’ woods like I’m in a cabin
Goin’ broke I cannot imagine
No way, how you blastin’ if you plastic
Imma turn wit da cheque get my momma a new crib
I ain’t talking Kodak Black imma get a new crib
I just paid for my side bitch to get a titties filled
And she tried to suck me up for them new Fendi heels
I been in it for a long time need some new deals
I been in 4gs it for a long time need some new wheels
Percocet with the xannex new some new pills
Traded in that new Hellcat to see a coup wheel
Turn up

[Hook]
I came from public houses to a mansion
I lost my family I was feelin’ stranded
I seen my son he a throw a tantrum
Call a couple bitches cause I had no manners
I asked Allah can he give me guidance
Full of anger I was in out my mind and
I know this music is my soul passion
Last week I spent fifty thousand on my fashion

[Verse 2]
I’m with Zoey on the jet skis
Two cars imma switch keys
Fuck the old heads they miss lead
Only the family stand for family
I lost my blood thats insanity
Shout out Tory cuz he signed to me
I’m wit a boss bitch count them gs
Count my cheese up
Got a passport she got a Visa
Its perfect picture Mona Lisa
They did’t believe us
Hope they never need us
While the police try to discriminate us
And I got these diamonds just to please my haters
Gotta get this money gotta chase that paper
While these niggas try to assassinate us
I got a Glock and it came with lasers

[Hook]
I came from public houses to a mansion
I lost my family I was feelin’ stranded
I seen my son he a throw a tantrum
Call a couple bitches cause I had no manners
I asked Allah can he give me guidance
Full of anger I was in out my mind and
I know this music is my soul passion
Last week I spent fifty thousand on my fashion


Kodak Black – When Vultures Cry Lyrics


[Intro]
I guess you and I different than them after all
Booted up, Molly [?], no Adderall
I got tired of eatin’ PB&J, noodle casserole
All my niggas behind the wall
All my niggas, they in the pen
Or they in the grave
Flyin’ in the [?], nigga, fuck a Wraith

[Chorus]
This what it sound like
Look what it sound like when a vulture cry
Look what it sound like when a vulture cry
Booted up, I’m high, booted up out my mind
I’m booted up out my mind
This what it sound like when a vulture cry
This what it sound like when a vulture cry
This what it sound like when a child cry
I be tryin’ to cry
When my niggas died, I was tryin’ to cry
When my niggas died, I couldn’t even watch you cry

[Verse]
Jumped up out the womb like my daddy the devil
My son jumped up out the womb like his daddy the devil
Life’s been better
I thank the Lord life’s been better
Ever since I dropped up outta school, nigga, life’s been better
Since I ran out with the tool just to get me some cheddar
Had to jump out on a fool, whacked him, teach him a lesson
Lil’ nigga, I ain’t explainin’ to you, so I don’t need you to spell it
I had jumped up off the porch headfirst, I was ready
But the feds take a nigga ass away from his family
To hear my nigga tell it, man, that shit damn embarrassing
Go back to hittin’ licks, got me thuggin’ in Maryland
Smokin’ gas, got my tank on 93 supreme
Smokin’ gas, drinkin’ oil, no kerosene
Had to fill all my guns up with blackheads
Fill my guns up with diamonds, so I run the biz
Fill my guns up with diamonds, look like catchin’ bodies
All this money got me lookin’ like Illuminati
He done caught his first body, swear he did enough
You can’t tell him nothin’, feel like he a real dog
Even in the rap shit, I get real love
But how you knowin’ real love when you ain’t got a feeling?
What you know about trust when you not feeling?
I came up, now they pay a nigga top penny
Birdman tryna give the kid a couple million
Before Atlanta Records signed me, I was gettin’ chicken
I was scammin’, I was plannin’ on the same dream
I got tired of baloney sandwich, no canteen
Got tired of PB&J, noodle casserole
I drink the coffee with the Molly, no Adderall
I guess someone not different than him after all
Stayin’ focused, [?], I be spazzin’ now
Why you think they call him Kodak Black? I be blackin’ out
These niggas want me in the books like I’m Pacquiao
Losin’ all my niggas, started drinkin’ alcohol
I jumped out the womb like my daddy the devil
I walked up in the building [?], yeah
I walked up in the building [?], yeah
I got a couple million, also tote a Beretta
I dropped out of school just to get me some cheddar

[Chorus]
This what it sound like
Look what it sound like when a vulture cry
Look what it sound like when a vulture cry
Booted up, I’m high, booted up out my mind
I’m booted up out my mind
This what it sound like when a vulture cry
This what it sound like when a vulture cry
This what it sound like when a child cry
I be tryin’ to cry
When my niggas died, I was tryin’ to cry
When my niggas died, I couldn’t even watch you cry


Kodak Black Denied Bail, Snitched On Himself On Instagram Live


Kodak Black was denied bail when he appeared before a judge in Broward County on Friday afternoon.

The “Tunnel Vision” rapper, born Dieuson Octave, was arrested in Florida late Thursday evening and slapped with seven charges ranging from child neglect to weed possession and grand theft of a firearm. The serious charges were laid out against him while he was serving a one-year house arrest sentence for a previous case and let’s not forget that he was on probation. His attorney asked the judge to grant him bail but Broward Judge Joel Lazarus denied the request and ordered him back in the slammer.

Cops obtained a warrant and raided his Broward County home on Thursday after someone tipped them off about his antics on Instagram Live. The prosecutor says someone called the cops after noticing weed and a gun in close proximity to a child while Kodak Black was on Instagram Live. Police then got a search warrant and swarmed the home where they uncovered marijuana and the weapon. The feds also took his cellphone all while it was still live streaming on Instagram.

Kodak Black was charged with neglect child without great bodily harm, two charges of possession of weapon or ammo by a felon, grand theft of firearm, possession of marijuana over 20 grams, and two probation violation charges. These charges carry heavy penalties in Florida if found guilty and to make matters worse, he is on probation and house arrest.

Kodak legal troubles are nowhere near over because he is currently awaiting trial for a previous sexual assault charge following an indictment in October last year. Last year he served a few weeks in jail for probation violation. He was lucky to be released after serving a month in the slammer because he completed a life skills course. You can now conclude that he didn’t learn a thing from that course.


Kodak Black Arrested In Florida On Seven Felony Charges


Kodak Black is currently behind bars and is facing at least seven felony charges.

The Pompano Beach rapper, real name Dieuson Octave, was picked up in Florida on Thursday at his home. According to TMZ, Kodak Black was arrested while he was on Instagram Live talking to his fans. Cops not only seized his phone, but laid out several charges against him including, Neglect child without great bodily harm, two charges of possession of weapon or ammo by a felon, grand theft of firearm, possession of marijuana over 20 grams, and two probation violation charges.

Kodak Black is starting the new year almost identical to how he started last year, behind bars. The “Tunnel Vision” rapper has had a number of run-ins with the legal system and in fact he is currently serving a one-year sentence on house arrest and is currently on probation for a separate case involving sexual assault. If these charges stick against him, he could be sent to prison for years for the gun charges alone.

Kodak was awaiting trial for his sexual assault charge at the time of his arrest and there is no doubt that the prosecutor will use that against him. In the video below, you can hear the cops in the background questioning the Project Baby rapper while telling him that they will take his phone because its part of the evidence. This could mean that cops have been watching Kodak Black’s antics on social media for months before moving in.

Kodak Black was indicted in October last year for one count of sexual battery. His trial date was not yet set, but he was on probation and house arrest at the time of his arrest at his Florida home. He required permission from the court and his probation officer to travel even for concerts.

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Kodak Black and XXXTentacion Highlights Legal Troubles in “Roll In Peace” Video


Kodak Black and XXXTentacion made fun of the court and their legal troubles in “Roll In Peace” video.

The Florida rappers teamed up on the new collaboration which was debut over the weekend and now we have the visuals. This clip will show you that Kodak and X have much more in common than we previously thought. They both wrestle with legal troubles last year and their public image has come under fire on more than one occasions. This video highlights those issues as both rappers continue to face retribution from the justice system and from some hip hop fans who openly criticized their music and public life.

The video starts out with a court setting with the judge walking in and taking his seat in front of an audience made up of manikins. XXXTentacion did not make a cameo in the video but a monologue from one of his social media videos before his recent court date in December was injected in the middle of the cut. “I was just given seven more charges by the state attorney’s office and now I have a court date on the 15th [December], so I would ask that everyone come to support me and to show the positive influence that I have,” he said.

Kodak Black shows off his playboy and flashy lifestyle by throwing stacks of cash everywhere. X could not appear in the video because of his house arrest. He has a mountain of legal troubles ahead of him after being slapped with more than a dozen new charges filed against him last month for tampering with a witness who his the victim. His next court date is set for later this month and he is facing years in prison from both his previous charges of assaulting and kidnapping a pregnant woman and his new charges.

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Kodak Black Take Shots At Rap Rivals In New Song “Here It Is”


Kodak Black took a few shits at his rivals in hip hop on his new song “Here It Is.”

Last year was a huge year for for the Pompano Beach rapper who dropped a ton of new music and his Project Baby 2 mixtape. He ended the year with a joint mixtape with his affiliate Sniper Gang crew. Kodak Black isn’t wasting no time in the new year and has already serves up some new music which is a bit of a diss record aimed at other rappers but he never name any names.

“Ni**as sneak diss then they go to calling my phone / ‘Cause I don’t care ’bout my kids, I don’t care ’bout my future / Ni**a if you diss, ni**a I’m gon’ shoot ya / Ni**a if you run up on me, ni**a I’ma blood / Ni**a if you run up on me I’ma- blood,” Kodak Black raps. Throughout the rest of the song, Kodak take shots at an unnamed foe who he called a rat who is hungry for fame.

Listen to Kodak Black new song “Here It Is” below.

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Kodak Black Took A Shot At JAY-Z And Gets Hammered For It


Kodak Black learned the hard way that he should respect the OGs in hip hop.

Yesterday, the “Tunnel Vision” rapper posted a meme on Instagram where he compared some JAY-Z lyrics from back in the 90s to some of his own recent lyrics. What he was insinuating is that he is a better rapper than Hov where he basically said all Jay raps about in the 1990s was “Money, cash, hoes.” That line was taken from a chorus off his 1998 classic album Vol 2 … Hard Knock Life.

In contrast, Kodak shared some of the lyrics from his single “Can I” where he raps about balling stunting and wanting to live long enough to raise his son. “Can I ball? Can I chill? / Can I stunt? / Would I live long enough to raise my son? / Made something out of nothin’ / And nothin’ what I’m from / Can your boy do something productive for once?” Kodak Black raps. Though he only shared the chorus from JAY-Z’s song, there is a lot more to the song than just that.

Here is what Hov said, “Flavors robust platinum and gold touch / Y’all rap now, fast money lets slow it up / Ni**az try to stop Jay-Z to no luck / Roc-A-Fella forever CEO what what / Us the villains, f**k your feelings.” If you step back and take a look at the project that Kodak Black released the single on, Lil B.I.G. Pac, it is full of nostalgic imagery.

Hip hop fans ceased on the moment to remind him that he cannot be compared to a rap titan like JAY-Z who just released possibly the best rap album of the year, 4:44. “This is f**kin retarded he just compared his self to j z … first of all let’s start with future ,and yo gave the worst example of a 90 s song tf,” one fan wrote in the comment while another added, “What gives you the confidence or assurance enough to post things like this?”


Is Kodak Black Engaged To Girlfriend Cuban Doll ?


Kodak Black is dropping some hints that he is engaged to girlfriend Cuban Doll.

The Pompano Beach rapper posted a video of himself and his Cuban Doll goofing around about being engaged except in the end she said that she is married to the money. Kodak tossed a large stack of cash on the ground and took off one of his expensive rings and gave to her. Just a few days ago the “Tunnel Vision” rapper hinted on Instagram that he is ready to settle down.

“I want to wife someone up this is my goal right now,” he said. Kodak Black has been trying to stay out of trouble over the last few months after getting some jail time earlier this year for probation violation. He also has some pending legal hurdles that he has to clear before he is able to live a normal life. In October, he was indicted for first degree criminal sexual conduct and faces up to 30 years in prison if he is convicted.

Watch the video below and stay tune for Kodak Black’s wedding plans.

@kodakblack and @cubanndoll are getting married #kodakblack #cubandoll #kodakblackcubandoll #cubandollkodakblack

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Kodak Black – 201519971800


[Intro]
Can I, baby? Can I, baby?
Can I, baby? Can I, baby?

[Verse 1]
I hope you ain’t nothing like my old friends
Or any other women that I had
I know I’m better than your ex-boyfriend
Or any other niggas from the past
Can I take you where I learned the game from?
Show you why I act the way I act
Lately, I’ve been on a fucking marathon
Running to the motherfucking cash
I’m liking how you make a brother laugh
Can I come and get you in a Jag?
Then, hit it in the backseat of the Jag
Baby girl, I know you like my swag

[Chorus]
‘Fore I turn the lights out, tell me who the fuck you want to be

[Verse 2]
I’m just so excited that I’m free
Sometimes, it be feeling like a dream
Can a young brother get some sleep?
Lately, I’ve been working over 3
Mama told me, "Son, I never hear from you"
Cook something, you don’t even eat
Mama, I’m just trying to make a mil’ for you
Put you in a condo on the beach

[Chorus]
‘Fore I turn the lights out, tell me who the fuck you want to be

[Verse 3]
Why they just can’t let a nigga be?
I’ve been busy, I’ve been doing me
Have you thinking I’ve been with the Zoe pound
Me and all my niggas come in deep
On the ground, young ten toes down
I can put a nigga on his feet
I caught the Audi, then I ran the check up
And, I ain’t even been out here a week
Got my shooter playing hide and seek
Just in case you niggas try and creep
Everybody wanna be your friend now
Better watch the company you keep
Everybody got they fucking hand out
See you eating now they want a piece
Oh, that’s Kodak Black, I’ve been hearing bout’
He the hottest nigga in the streets
If you love me, love a nigga deep
When you see me, what you really see?
To everybody else, I was a sour guy
But, I be treating you a little sweet
I’m so close to showing her my real side
Show this girl another side of me
I think we’ve been getting along real fine
You love it when I hit it on the beach
I’ve been working hard, ain’t got no spare time
I can’t even party on the week
I’m just trying to see where your head at
When you grow up, what you wanna be?
Run up on a nigga, where the bread at?
I be going ham for the cheese
I just wanna see all of my niggas home
They can’t wait to get back on the streets
I just talked to Jackboy on collect phone
He told me he ain’t trying to take the plea

[Outro]
For my niggas, I’ll swim across the sea


Plies and YoungBoy Never Broke Again Drop “Check Callin” Video



Plies and YoungBoy Never Broke Again drop their new video “Check Callin’” and they are flossing stacks of cash.

The Florida rap veteran has been busy on the rap seen this fall. After dropping a joint project with Kodak Black, F.E.M.A., last month, Plies then teamed up with YoungBoy NBA for the new track “Check Callin’.” The track sampled The Root’s 1999 classic, “You Got Me” while the visuals sees the veteran rapper counting stacks of cash in a luxury apartment.

Plies also celebrated the 10th anniversary of the first day he made $100,000. The Florida emcee and Kodak Black showed a lot of chemistry on their new 10-track mixtape F.E.M.A: Finesse. Elevate. Motivate. Achieve which also includes the previously released joint, “Real Hitta.” His collaborator YoungBoy also released his new mixtape, Ain’t Too Long, in October.

Watch the new video “Check Callin’” below.


Kodak Black Plays Snippet Of Lil Wayne Collaboration At Concert



Kodak Black and Lil Wayne new collaboration is coming and we can’t wait.

The Pompano Beach rapper played a snippet of the song at his concert on Sunday night. Kodak Black has dissed Lil Wayne in the past but it looks like the two have put those differences behind them and are now making music together.A video surfaced on social media today showing Lil Kodak on stage his recent concert while his DJ cued up the yet to be released collaborative single.

The clip shows Kodak walking around the stage rocking to the single with his cup in hand while the audience went wild. The Florida rapper went after Lil Wayne earlier this year shortly after his released from prison. He had some very hard words for the Young Money rap legend and at one point even said that he wanted to knock Weezy out. “Tell Lil Wayne fight me,” he said on Instagram. He also urged Wayne to get inside the boxing ring with him so that they can settle the debate on who is the best rapper alive.

Kodak has been having a great year in hip hop with two major projects under his belt so far, Painting Pictures and Project Baby 2. He also released a joint mixtape with fellow Florida native Plies titled F.E.M.A: Finesse. Elevate. Motivate.

As for Lil Wayne, he has been having a tumultuous year with his ongoing legal battle with Birdman and Cash Money Records. In July, he released a mixtape titled In Tune We Trust but his oft-delayed album Tha Carter V has yet to see the light of day. Earlier this year, Birdman revealed that the album will be released this year but the year is almost over the project is nowhere to be found. Weezy is suing the label for $51 million and also said he wants a judge to release him from his contract.

NEW @kodakblack & @liltunechi SNIPPET!!! ???????????

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Kodak Black Debut Blond Hair and It Not A Halloween Prank



Kodak Black has gone blond and it’s not a Halloween prank.

Since his release from prison late last year, Kodak Black has changed his hairstyle a few times. He went through a period where he cut off his signature broccoli hairstyle and racked a fade similar to Boosie Badazz and then he transitioned back into the hairstyle that he has come to be known for. On Monday, he went on Instagram Live to debut his new blond hair.

His hairstylist was dying his hair all while he was vibing with his fans on IG Live. The video below shows that he didn’t even change up the styling or cut his hair, he pretty much just dyed it blond and that’s it. Perhaps he did it for a secret Halloween party or for a music video shoot, but whatever the reasons may be, we can’t wait to get a better look at it. The comments section was lit with fans stopping by to let everyone know how what they think about it. “He look like A burnt naruto,” one fan wrote while another added, “He prolly going orange for Halloween y’all know that’s his fav[orite] color.”

Kodak Black released his Project Baby 2 mixtape in August with John Wicks, Migos’ Offset, and XXXTentacion making guest appearances on the project.

#KodakBlack dyed his hair blonde ?? #MyMixtapez

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Kodak Black and Plies Joint Mixtape “F.E.M.A.” Comes Out Today



Kodak Black and Plies will be dropping a joint mixtape titled F.E.M.A. sometime today (Tuesday Oct. 31st).

The two Florida rappers have been quietly working on the project since around summer and now its finally coming to fruition. The title of the project is Finesse Elevate Motivate Achieve (F.E.M.A.). The project will be revealed at around 7 AM EST on Live Mixtapes and will be available for the fans free. The duo didn’t revealed any additional details like tracklist or the guest list.

Kodak Black is still basking in the success of his Project Baby 2 mixtape released in August and there are already whispers that he is working on a full length studio album. Plies, who is a veteran rapper in the Florida rap scene, has teamed up with Black is is more of a newcomer on a few projects. Their joint project Real Hitta was released as recent as earlier this year.

Florida hip hop has been seeing a surge this year with a handful of new voices tasting mainstream success including controversial rappers Ski Mask The Slump God and XXXTentacion, as well as, Kodak Black and Denzel Curry.

Tomorrow Me & @plies Got Some Shit For Y’all On MY REAL BIRTHDAY ? #FEMA Make Sure Y’all Go Get It & Don’t Forget To Delete Dem Other Niggas Shit Y’all Downloaded Over Da Weekend #FL

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???? Breaking News Bih: @Plies & @Kodakblack "F.E.M.A" (Joint Project) Dropping 2morrow @7am Bih On @livemixtapes Trick Or Treat Bih ? ?????? #Plies #CheckCallin #RealHitta #PurpleHeart? #RanOffOnDaPlugTwice #RitzCarlton?

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Kodak Black Gets Trolled For Calling Self The Lil Wayne Of This Generation



Kodak Black is adamant that he is the Lil Wayne of this generation but Twitter thinks that he couldn’t be more wrong.

There was once a time when Kodak Black said he is greater than Lil Wayne and he got hammered for it. Seems he never learned his lesson or his obsession with Weezy is getting the better of him because now he is referring to himself as the Lil Wayne of this generation of hip hop. Rappers these days can’t help themselves when talking about some icons of the genre, everyone wants to be the Tupac, Biggie Smalls, Nas or JAY-Z of this generation.

One of his fans on Twitter wrote “Kodak Black is the Lil Wayne of this generation” and the Pompano Beach rapper enthusiastically added, “I Swear.” Those two harmless words triggered a Twitter firestorm and Weezy never had to utter a single word. “How can that even be compared Lil wayne has the nastiest word play I’ve ever heard he put ppl on,” one fan tweeted.

Kodak Black buried his beef with Lil Wayne and even announced recently that he has a new collaboration with the rap legend already recorded and mastered. During one of his frequent Instagram Live sessions last weekend, he revealed that he wants to get Future on the record. “By the way, I finna [trying to] get Future,” he said. “Future need to get on this song me and Lil Wayne on. Me and Tunechi on.”

Since leaving prison in November last year, Kodak Black has had a good run in hip hop this year with a handful of hits and a new album Project Baby 2, released in August. The Florida rapper also has his fair share of legal troubles that are not going away including a rape for which he was just indicted for.

I Swear https://t.co/y8M6ch1bEs

— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) October 22, 2017

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— Dirty Dan ????? (@Ftoe_JT) October 22, 2017

who tf lied to you?!?! no one could ever compare to Wayne. ?

— j (@jaee_layne) October 22, 2017

Gtfoh ?

— Sir Jewlz (@SirJewlz) October 22, 2017

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— Wayne??? (@W_lawrence1) October 22, 2017

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— Dirty Glove Bastard (@DGBastard) October 22, 2017


Looks Like Cardi B and Beyonce Have A Collaboration Coming



Looks like Cardi B snag another high profile collaboration with Beyonce.

There is no doubt that Cardi B has been having a phenomenal year in hip hop thanks to her breakout hit single “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves).” The song has been certified platinum and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three weeks. That resume is now paying off big for the Bronx rapper who might just score the collaboration of a lifetime.

Per her engineer, Ashby, Cardi B and Beyonce have a new collaboration and it seems like its a done deal and verses have already recorded because he posted a snippet on Instagram today. All he posted was a photo from the song file on his monitor that he was playing and you can see the writings “Cardi B n Beyonce Demo Wet.” He captioned the pic “Wow this feature is big.” While he didn’t give any additional details about the collaboration, what he posted was enough to get both Cardi B and Beyonce fans excited.

The two stars met for the first time at this year’s Made in America festival in Philadelphia. They even posed for a photo and Cardi posted in on her Instagram. “I mean, I’m surprised Beyonce liked me, ahh! I met Beyonce!” she said in an interview with the AP. The former Love and Hip Hop New York star is currently working on her debut album, due later this year. It will be dope if he gets Beyonce as a guest feature on the album.

While she hasn’t given a release date for the album, Cardi Be previously said in an interview that it could be here in November although her original plan was to drop it in October. She also previewed a song from the upcoming project in a club last week and it sounds like fire. Cardi previously worked with the likes of Offset and Kodak Black.


Chris Brown Speak On If He Talked To Rihanna Before Releasing Documentary



Chris Brown revealed a lot of details about his infamous Rihanna beating incident in his new documentary, but did he talked to her before releasing the film.

The “Grass Ain’t Greener” singer sat down for an interview on Ebro In the Morning on Hot 97 radio this morning where he opened up about the documentary, his upcoming album, daughter Royalty, and his clothing line Black Pyramid. Perhaps one of the only questions Chris Brown declined to answer was about Rihanna.

“Chris I got a chance to watch your documentary which I loved by the way and it was so honest, and you know so many questions was going through my head like did you had a conversation with Rihanna before putting this out? And Why was it important to put this out now,” Laura Stylez asked Chris Brown.

“I think with this for me it kind of just embodied what my fans actually respect me for,” Brown said. “And also them getting to know me a lot more, instead of me just painting an image like or coming up on the radio station or anywhere I go just like me just like me, it’s not like that. I just let it be natural and be real flow from the heart but at the same time I just want to be a man about everything in its entirety and who I am as an artist now.”

When pressed by the co-host on if he spoke with Rihanna about it before putting out the documentary, Breezy declined to speak on that. “That’s where I will leave it at this point, the movie is out and it’s good,” he said. Chris Brown will be releasing his new album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, due on Halloween, October 31, 2017. The project comprises of 45 songs and guest features from Future, Usher, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, and Kodak Black.

Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life documentary is now available.


Watch Kodak Black New Video “Snot Thot”


Kodak Black is not letting his indictment distract him from his music.

A day after getting indicted for first degree sexual conduct, Kodak Black drop a new music video for his single “Snot Thot.” This video is particularly interesting since it portrays Young Kodak in a light that we are not used to. The cut features the Pompano Beach rapper falling in love with a beautiful female who other people told him that he should avoid at all cost.

At the start of the video, Kodak Black stands outside while arguing with a female before getting vex and head back inside his house where he say a female twerking while he looks on with approval. “They telling me she a thot / That ho over there / But I don’t even care if she got gonorrhea,” Kodak raps while sitting on the coach and looking on as the female continues to show off her dancing skills.

Kodak Black live out his fantasies about turning a ho into a princess, he has some serious legal troubles to attend to. On Monday, he was indicted with first degree sexual battery which carries up to 30 years in prison if convicted. He has not spoken publicly about the indictment, but he will have to stand trial for the crime which was allegedly committed back in 2016 at a hotel in Florence, South Carolina.


Horses – Pnb Rock feat. Kodak Black lyrics


Lyrics Pnb Rock – Horses

All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeahhh).

I just pulled up in the Benz
It was just me and my mans
Fishbowl no tint
Scooping your hoe and her friends
Won’t take that b*tch to the movies
Ain’t got no love for the groupies
Seat back while she do me
She get wetter than Jacuzzis
She don’t go like a green light
She get ran through like a red light
If the head right then the bread right
Shawty know I be there every night
Problem, problem, what they want like steak sauce
Zero to sixty, I take off
Can’t see me, looking like Ray Charles.

They tell me slow down, I’m goin’ too fast
Young nigga, I just wanna do the dash
I’m so reckless, hope I don’t crash
‘Cause I’m ballin’, like the whip stolen (yeah).

All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah).

All big bankrolls, I got no h**s
I just left my girlfriend, I’m in love with the Ghost now
She’s full of emotions, and now she’s my old b*tch
‘Cause my ‘Rari knows how to ride when it goes down
And my watch on froze, watch it glow when the lights out
If it’s hot or cold, we gon’ still bring the bikes out
I just bought a Rolls-Royce and I hop in a Lamb’ now
When I push the button, they like, “What the f*ck is that sound?”
Damn, I’m the man now versuri-lyrics.info
Only pulled up in this whip so I could stand out
Bought a icy ring and told ’em it’s no handouts
Started up a label, ’bout to make a band now.

All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah).

I’m looking at you haters through my rear view mirror
I’m sliding in some s**t you see in Fast & Furious
I’m switching lanes on ’em, but I don’t got no gears
Shawty say she wanna ride, but she don’t know how to steer
They paid me for a show, but I didn’t even appear
They say Kodak Black you drive like he ain’t got no fear
They say, “Kodak Black, you act like you ain’t got no care”
I say my car got a horse like I’m in a marriage
Pull up in a ‘Rari, I, jump out with your shawty
Driving like a crash dummy speeding to that cash money
Money all in my head, if I wreck I’m dead
S**t, I’m driving that no cracker wouldn’t even get behind.

All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeahhh).
PnB Rock lyrics
Video Pnb Rock


PnB Rock, Kodak Black & A Boogie – Horses (From “The Fate Of The Furious”)


[Intro: PnB Rock]
DJ Chose
Oh yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah

[Chrous: PnB Rock]
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)

[Verse 1: PnB Rock]
I just pulled up in the Benz
It was just me and my mans
Fishbowl no tint
Scooping your hoe and her friends
Won’t take that bitch to the movies
Ain’t got no love for the groupies
Seat back while she do me
She get wetter than Jacuzzis
She don’t go like a green light
She get ran through like a red light
If the head right then the bread right
Shawty know I be there every night
Problem, problem, what they want like steak sauce
Zero to sixty, I take off
Can’t see me, looking like Ray Charles

[Bridge: PnB Rock]
They tell me slow down, I’m goin’ too fast
Young nigga, I just wanna do the dash
I’m so reckless, hope I don’t crash
‘Cause I’m ballin’, like the whip stolen (yeah)

[Chrous: PnB Rock]
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)

[Verse 2: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie]
All big bankrolls, I got no hoes
I just left my girlfriend, I’m in love with the Ghost now
She’s full of emotions, and now she’s my old bitch
‘Cause my ‘Rari knows how to ride when it goes down
And my watch on froze, watch it glow when the lights out
If it’s hot or cold, we gon’ still bring the bikes out
I just bought a Rolls-Royce and I hop in a Lamb’ now
When I push the button, they like, "What the fuck is that sound?"
Damn, I’m the man now
Only pulled up in this whip so I could stand out
Bought a icy ring and told ’em it’s no handouts
Started up a label, ’bout to make a band now

[Chrous: PnB Rock]
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)

[Verse 3: Kodak Black]
I’m looking at you haters through my rear view mirror
I’m sliding in some shit you see in Fast & Furious
I’m switching lanes on ’em, but I don’t got no gears
Shawty say she wanna ride, but she don’t know how to steer
They paid me for a show, but I didn’t even appear
They say Kodak Black you drive like he ain’t got no fear
They say, "Kodak Black, you act like you ain’t got no care"
I say my car got a horse like I’m in a marriage
Pull up in a ‘Rari, I, jump out with your shawty
Driving like a crash dummy speeding to that cash money
Money all in my head, if I wreck I’m dead
Shit, I’m driving that no cracker wouldn’t even get behind

[Chrous: PnB Rock]
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wanna do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)
All these horses in my car got me going fast
I just wan’ do the dash, put my pedal to the gas (skrr, skrr)
Going so fast, hope I don’t crash (skrr, skrr)
One false move, that could be my last (yeah)