Tag: Roc Nation


YO GOTTI – 3 Kings lyrics




[Intro: DJ Khaled & Yo Gotti]
3 Kings, Roc Nation, King Talk
Ya
We’ll never forget these days

[Hook: Yo Gotti]
Ay
I’m wrapping gifts like it’s Christmas
Every hood hoping Mr. Santa don’t miss us (Don’t miss us)
We wrapping gifts like it’s Christmas (I am)
Every hood hoping Mr. Santa don’t miss us (Miss us)

[Verse 1: Yo Gotti]
White Lambo with the bow on it
Traphouse with the mistletoe on it
[?] the good days (Good days)
Until the Grinch come and take the toys away (Ah)
Before Jeezy I had a snowman
And we got toys from the dopeman
You bought your girl a purse, I bought mine a business
Got a queen lil’ homie I’m on some king ish
On the first day of Christmas my plug gave to me
A whole sledge of snow so the whole hood can eat
A 40mm and [?]
The real Roc Nation cause we all 3 Kings

[Interlude: DJ Khaled & Yo Gotti]
Never lose faith, never lose hope
Ay Merry Christmas to the whole hood, worldwide
King Talk, Roc Nation

[Hook: Yo Gotti]
Ay
I’m wrapping gifts like it’s Christmas
Every hood hoping Mr. Santa don’t miss us (Don’t miss us)
We wrapping gifts like it’s Christmas (I am)
Every hood hoping Mr. Santa don’t miss us (Miss us)

[Verse 2: Fabolous]
She gave it to me like the box was a gift
I’m from where the toys on a list is a Glock or a fifth
If you tryna light up tree I know the block with the piff
Rudolf want a red nose I know the block with the sniff
I know some Dominicans on Saint Nick (Dimelo)
No Ingles just been Franklins
Sent my nigga North but he ain’t flipped
You always see the true colors when the paint chips
Came home the 25th [?] balling
Free throws falling
AND1, three hoes calling
Y’all sing like Carols but we don’t snitch
Streets cold it’s December keep your heat on bitch
Got the Jordans in the cherry
Ultimately
Them 11’s got the whole hood going crazy
Yeah Paper Plane snap, with the family on the side
That’s ’cause it’s Roc Nation and the family on this side
Ya heard

[Interlude 2: DJ Khaled]
It’s a cold world, [?]
So make sh*t last for [?] for Christmas
[?]

[Bridge: Yo Gotti]
And it’s snowing outisde (Ya)
Kids happy, you can see the joy in their eyes
Whole hood turnt, got bikes to ride
Ain’t another day like Christmas time (Christmas)

[Hook]
I’m wrapping gifts like it’s Christmas
Every hood hoping Mr. Santa don’t miss us (Don’t miss us)
We wrapping gifts like it’s Christmas (I am)
Every hood hoping Mr. Santa don’t miss us
Don’t miss us…

[Outro: Fabolous & DJ Khaled]
Yeah
Ay I bought my lady the Ghost for Christmas
It was too big to put under the tree so
We had to put it on a tree outside
Facts!
We The Best, CMG, the family
It’s Roc Nation, King Talk




Fans Poured Out For Free Meek Mill Rally In Philly [VIDEO]





Thousands of fans poured out in Philadelphia on Monday for a Free Meek Mill rally.

The Dreamchasers rapper is currently serving 2-4 years in a state prison in Pennsylvania for probation violation. But his sentencing last week sparked a national debate about the criminal justice system and now his fans are demanding a review of the controversial sentence. Both hip hop fans and the rapper’s celebrity peers have been weighing in on the case and most are in agreement that the sentence was heavy-handed and unjust.

The rally started at 5 p.m. on Monday at Philadelphia’s Criminal Justice Center and the crowd later marched through the streets. There is no word yet on if any celebrities attended the rally, but some members of Meek Mill’s Dreamchaser crew were there to support the rapper. NFL star and the leader of the new wave of anti social injustice, Colin Kaepernick, has also weighed in with a message on Twitter.

“Sadly there are Black folks going through the same radicalized injustice(s) within the justice system that Meek Mill has experienced for over a decade EVERY SINGLE DAY,” he wrote. “This requires more than just gradual reform in laws—It requires a swift overhaul.”

The video clip below, show a section of the large crowd rapping Meek Mill’s intro to his album, Dreams and Nightmares. There are a lot of allegations around the judge in Meek Mill case, some sources say she was carrying a grudge against the Philly rapper and even comes from the same section of Philadelphia where Meek’s from. The latest allegation is that she tried to get the rapper to leave his management company Roc Nation and signed with a local Philly manager.

Sadly there are Black folks going through the same radicalized injustice(s) within the justice system that Meek Mill has experienced for over a decade EVERY SINGLE DAY. This requires more than just gradual reform in laws—It requires a swift overhaul. pic.twitter.com/Mt13BwnIvJ

— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) November 13, 2017

“When she requests he leaves his current management Roc Nation—which is one of the most important management companies in the world—and goes back to a local Philadelphia guy who has a spotted past because she had a personal relationship with him as manager, again, she’s doing something that a judge would never be doing, having a personal interest,” Meek’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, told Billboard.

#meekmill rally in #philadelphia #FREEMEEK

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#meekmill rally lit ?? #freemeekmill #FREEMEEK

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JAY-Z Speaks On Meek Mill Prison Sentence “It’s Unjust”



JAY-Z is supporting Meek Mill amidst his shocking 2-4 years prison sentence for probation violation calling the sentencing “unjust.”

In a rare public statement, the Roc Nation boss posted a message on his official Facebook account criticizing the judge sentencing while stating that he will always stand by Meek Mill. “The sentence handed down by the Judge — against the recommendation of the Assistant District Attorney and Probation Officer — is unjust and heavy handed. We will always stand by and support Meek Mill, both as he attempts to right this wrongful sentence and then in returning to his musical career,” Hov wrote.

A judge handed down the heavy sentencing on Monday after ruling that Meek Mill violated his probation when he got arrested twice this year. Although the charges against the Philly rapper was eventually dropped, the judge ruled that the arrest alone was a violation of his parole. Meek has been on probation for a gun and drug charge dated back to 2009. In 2015, he served three months on house arrest for violating his probation by traveling out of state without permission. In March of this year, he was arrested and charged with assault which is a misdemeanor following an altercation at the St. Louis airport. In August he found himself in police custody again for stunting in the streets of New York City.

For both charges, he struck a plea deal that leaves him with just community service and the arrest records wiped clean from his name. Meek Mill has been getting a lot of support from his fans and celebrity peers including Kevin Hart who shared a message on Instagram. The Philly rapper also reacted to news of his sentencing writing, “They say we equal I used to wanna play I like Randall and be a Eagle I used to play the quarterback my homie would go receiver that was until the football got flattened by a dope needle on the pavement.”

The sentence handed down by the Judge — against the recommendation of the Assistant District Attorney and Probation…

Posted by JAY-Z on Monday, November 6, 2017


Casanova – Tax Letter (Be Safe Tho Mixtape)


This nigga Tax out here volunteering to eat ass
This nigga wanna eat ass
Fuck Cas
Cas out here with his wife
If he wouldn’ve left her home we would’ve been litttttttt
Litttttttt, everything getting shot

Dear beloved, how you holdin’ up?
Whip still movin’, we ain’t slowin’ up
Wish you was right here rollin’ up
I got songs with Chris Brown, man I’m blown’ up
That fed case hit me like a car crash
But I still listen to your podcast
On the beat, they miss you in the streets
Who else gon’ bring that heat
Like that interview with Meek?
In the Wraith, still drinking D’USSÉ
With the chase, used to get that shit by the case
And the bevel, they callin’ you a devil
You went against the grain, you was more like a rebel
I know you waitin’ on that mail from me
Charlamagne, said he’s helpin’ with the bail money
And thats a fact, you helped me out the trap
You got my deal for me, I ain’t ever goin’ back

Just tryna get you situated back
Even Wack said the situation wack
The billys still beefin’ with the macks
I tried to swipe a fit, they ran a trapper outta Saks
I guess they know my face now
"Don’t Run" got me all over the place now
Break you outta jail, just give me one try
This is how it sound when a thug cry

The lawyer know that you more wiser
To ever turn Irving Plaza to the Gaza
Besides, you had the deals and endorsements
When I heard the news, I swear to god, man I lost it
Pause this
I met Jay Z, at a Roc Nation brunch it was crazy
Cut a couple niggas off, niggas be shady
They never supported me, nigga can you blame me?
But I’m state to state though
These niggas showin’ love, but it’s fake though
Yeah I know its gettin’ late, bro
But you already know, nigga, be safe though


81 – Yo Gotti lyrics


Lyrics Yo Gotti – 81

Only if a nigga knew like
It’s amazin’ what 365 days can do for you
This time last year niggas was like
Talkin’ ’bout cuttin’ budgets and shit
I dropped the biggest record of my career, yeahhh
Nigga business partner with Jay-Z
Shout out to Ty Ty, wassup nigga?
Emory, what it do?
You see ’em.(81)

Gotta pick ’em wisely
Gotta choose ’em carefully
Got niggas I know that weren’t there for me
Got b*tches I know that don’t care for me
Could of went on tour with your favorite rapper and declined
Why? I’m tryna break CMG
So f*ck that, I’m doin’ mine
They see I’m mad, see they call in the streets, call me back
Say they miss the old Gotti, old Jeezy, old Boosie, that was real rap
In New York with 3 bangers
Did Jimmy Fallon with Meaghan Trainor
I guess the sets won’t taint him
Guess the money can’t change him
Decisions
Homie on probation
Took him up to Roc Nation
Let him meet Jay, told him be patient
Decisions, and lil homie really got it
Trying to tell him wait his turn
He ain’t learn, lil homie caught a body.

9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81 (from the crib yeah)
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em how it’s done
9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em how it’s done
How it’s done, got it, got it how it’s done
You would make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done.

Biggest year of my career
I feel the pressure, gotta follow up
Same time I can feel the feds
Gettin’ closer, lockin’ niggas up
Decisions
Closer partners, they in prison
Never want to be the biggest
I just want to be the realest
I pay 6 figures a year for a hitter
Not ’cause he a goon, he my nigga (nigga, nigga)
He got the city divided
Bring it together, I tried it
f*ck them lil niggas, I tried it
f*ck them lil niggas, I tried it
I am the king, your highness
You want a problem, well find it
I was too busy gettin’ too many million
Like now the perfect timin’
Let them lil niggas in
They what they do to b*tch
I don’t be trippin’ at all
Whatever come with it, I’m with it
Lil nigga, I swear I’m good for it all.

9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81 (from the crib yeah)
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em him how it done
9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em him how it done
How it’s done, got it, got it how it’s done
You would make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done.

1 million, 2 million, 3
CM9 strictly for the streets
I’m tryna get a twin Piece
First class nigga, I’m a millionaire
First class nigga, I’m a millionaire
I’m tryna be the first trap billionaire
I’m tryna be the first trap billionaireee.
Yo Gotti lyrics
Video Gotti


Yo Gotti – 81


[Intro]
Only if a nigga knew like
It’s amazin’ what 365 days can do for you
This time last year niggas was like
Talkin’ ’bout cuttin’ budgets and shit
I dropped the biggest record of my career, yeah
Nigga business partner with Jay-Z
Shout out to Ty Ty, wassup nigga?
Emory, what it do?
You see ’em

[Verse 1]
Gotta pick ’em wisely
Gotta choose ’em carefully
Got niggas I know that weren’t there for me
Got bitches I know that don’t care for me
Could of went on tour with your favorite rapper and declined
Why? I’m tryna break CMG
So fuck that, I’m doin’ mine
They see I’m mad, see they call in the streets, call me back
Say they miss the old Gotti, old Jeezy, old Boosie, that was real rap
In New York with 3 bangers
Did Jimmy Fallon with Meaghan Trainor
I guess the sets won’t taint him
Guess the money can’t change him
Decisions
Homie on probation
Took him up to Roc Nation
Let him meet Jay, told him be patient
Decisions, and lil homie really got it
Trying to tell him wait his turn
He ain’t learn, lil homie caught a body

[Hook]
9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81 (from the crib yeah)
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em how it’s done
9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em how it’s done
How it’s done, got it, got it how it’s done
You would make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done

[Verse 2]
Biggest year of my career
I feel the pressure, gotta follow up
Same time I can feel the feds
Gettin’ closer, lockin’ niggas up
Decisions
Closer partners, they in prison
Never want to be the biggest
I just want to be the realest
I pay 6 figures a year for a hitter
Not ’cause he a goon, he my nigga (nigga, nigga)
He got the city divided
Bring it together, I tried it
Fuck them lil niggas, I tried it
Fuck them lil niggas, I tried it
I am the king, your highness
You want a problem, well find it
I was too busy gettin’ too many million
Like now the perfect timin’
Let them lil niggas in
They what they do to bitch
I don’t be trippin’ at all
Whatever come with it, I’m with it
Lil nigga, I swear I’m good for it all

[Hook]
9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81 (from the crib yeah)
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em him how it done
9 times 9 is 81
I’m an 80’s baby born in ’81
From a family full of hustlers, youngest son
They say get that money, show ’em him how it done
How it’s done, got it, got it how it’s done
You would make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done
Gotti you make that shit look easy, how it’s done

[Outro]
1 million, 2 million, 3
CM9 strictly for the streets
I’m tryna get a twin Piece
First class nigga, I’m a millionaire
First class nigga, I’m a millionaire
I’m tryna be the first trap billionaire
I’m tryna be the first trap billionaire


Rapsody – Crown


[Verse 1]
Hey, hey you there
Where’s your crown?
You didn’t leave the house without your crown did you?
Just as sure as the earth is round we bounce back up when they throw us down
So don’t forget your crown
And hold your head high, like you caught a glimpse of God through the clouds and you stuck in awe
Don’t worry we got y’all
Mind and body, body and mind, tell ’em homies
The world is bigger than your street and mine and that colour and this
And every shade of our skin is rich
Knowing your future depends on our involvement
So, block boys, block boys, it’s in our hands more than Parliament
The gun can kill or the gun can save, rather congratulate a stage than carry him to a grave
That’s responsibility, my brother’s keeper, my sister’s big sister
Life full of limits we just gotta add a little sugar to, to those sweet dreams
You can be anything, go further than me, be better than him, climb higher than her
And never ever let em knock your crown, that’s my word
All hands on deck
Making queens and kings of all cards we delt
Jam, Roc Nation
Let’s go

[Beat Change]

[Verse 2]
I lied to momma one time when I was eleven
Riding in the car she told me "Summer won’t forget it
Truth ‘gon chase the light no matter what night that you set it"
It make me feel so low she peeled my feelings back like lettuce
With no salad told me save all of the carriage for the ballads
Now I’m dropping jewels as if we gave up on the marriage
I know it’s hard to handle we ain’t came here in no carriage
The hood is for the rain and where they throw us is the barracks
Where we learn to master beats without a panther or a ferret
It came out in the ’80s same as me I was a baby
And what I learned ’bout life is: Lord is sure is not the fairest
If your skin ain’t as fair as all the Beckys, Tiffanys, and Sarahs
Black don’t crack, Obama ain’t flinch
I sat inside The White House having conversations
How boys turn to men if we show ’em more than the rims
If they jumping high for the rims, ain’t a goal that we cannot win
I’m setting peaks for you and them I hope you roll off
Million black graduates, woo! Just go and show off
Reaching out to everyone from the top of the block y’all
Eliminate pitchers we grew up with, what’s the curve ball?
I made something out of nothing, better out of worse
Take care of your own I know I gotta do that first
I know there’s power in my time I know there’s power in a verse
Tell a kid good job and tell him go hard on the work
You know the world you grew up in is very small compared to Earth
It’s the worst they lied and told you your limits on the future
Y’all can brush it off though, came back around and groom ya
Me, Alicia, Talib, Busta, everyone and you ya, agh!
If life ain’t a ruse, rule whatever you dream you can do, do
They tell me I’m a king!
They tell me I’m a queen!
If life ain’t a ruse, rule whatever you dream you can do, do
They tell me I’m a king!
They tell me I’m a queen!


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