Sean Paul Clears Up Comments On Jay-Z Jealous Of Him Being Around Beyonce

Sean Paul has stepped forward to clarify some recent comments alluding to Jay-Z being jealous of him being around Beyonce.

In a January interview with RJR 94’s Too Live Crew radio show in Jamaica, Sean Paul was cornered with questions about the long-lived conspiracy that Jay-Z was not very fond of him and was even quite jealous of him and Beyoncé. While Sean seemed to agree that there was something odd at play, he never admitted to anything happening between him and the famous singer. However, he believes his words were taken out of context after the interview.

Sean Paul spoke with HotNewHipHop for a new interview where he addressed the speculation once more. For those who thought ‘nothing’ was code for ‘something’, SP made it abundantly clear that he never disrespected Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s relationship. Somehow the media’s obsession with the almost two-decade-old story has forced the dancehall star to address the conspiracy on more occasions than necessary.

“It was a radio show here in Jamaica and I get this regularly. When I go to Texas, also, radio shows there, I don’t know what it is, people are like, ‘So tell me…’ and it gets to that part in that interview where they’re like, ‘What happened with you and Beyoncé?’ Nothing really happened. The hit song was dope,” Sean Paul explained.

He went on to say a pivotal part of what he said in the recent radio interview with radio host Burgerman was omitted in most publications. According to Sean Paul, his experience has taught him that refusing to speak on something is usually taken to mean that something scandalous went down so he opted to agree that the situation was strange but maintained that everything that’s been whispered about him and Bey is merely a rumor.

“You know, some of them made up their own mind. That’s the whatever. Sometimes with interviews, you can say, ‘I’d rather not speak about it,’ but then, people would think that something was going on,” he said. “So, I was trying to defend it like, ‘Hey nah, but weird things did happen, that’s probably why there were rumors,’ but people leave out ‘that’s probably why there were rumors’ part.”

Most of the details that fed the rumor all these years were deduced by fans who seemed to read into everything, including Sean Paul not getting the chance to perform the song with Beyoncé at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards. “There were weird things that happened on stage with our performance, with the video. I know a headline said that ‘Oh, Jay-Z didn’t want me there.’ It had nothing to do with him as far as I’m concerned,” said Sean Paul.

To this day, people still speculate that it was Hov’s raging jealousy that caused it. Though Sean Paul met Jay-Z first, when he met Beyoncé, he found her to be rather meticulous and serious about her craft, so he highly doubts that her boyfriend at the time thwarted any of her career-enhancing efforts. “[Beyoncé’s] her own artist that was managed by her own manager. They were going out at the time. They weren’t married yet,” he explained. “I don’t think he would have influenced whatever her vision was. She’s a very determined person. She’s very precise with her thoughts and her movements and she works very hard. It was probably her vision.”

Sean Paul also elaborated on what he said in the Bugerman interview that suggested something was amiss. “So, what I did speak about in that interview was that there were some weird things that happened and that’s probably why people had rumors about it because a couple of times while on stage, we tried to perform [‘Baby Boy’] properly,” he said. “There were problems with the ProTools, which doesn’t usually happen. There was problems with my mic in one performance in Germany. That’s probably why people started talking about [it].”

The dancehall star is chalking this rumor up to simply that – a rumor. Even though the gossip seems to be standing the test of time, basically spanning Sean Paul’s entire career, it was born out of pure speculation and fans simply blowing things out of proportion. While he has clarified that nothing ever happened between him and Beyoncé several times now, it wouldn’t be surprising to hear this staple conversation piece come up in his interviews again.

Shenseea’s Manager Romeich Gets Backlash For Threatening To Kick Atlanta Waitress, Apologize

Shenseea’s manager Romeich is under fire for comments he made directed at a waitress in Altanta where while dining, the entertainment maestro threatened to kick the waitress because Shenseea and her crew were waiting too long.

Romeich Major rushed to do damage control on Sunday as he apologized and clarified that he is not an abuser and he has never abused any woman. He explained that he was hungry which resulted in his regrettable actions.

“for all the ladies that took what I said about waitress lastnight I apologize I aint no abusernor am I  woman  beater but a hungry man is a angry man and that waitress was very rude but I apologize for saying “if a ja me did deh woulda kick her” cause I aint  putting no hands or feet on no one so am SORRY!!!”

The incident occurred on Saturday night as Shenseea, Romeich and other members of the Romeich Entertainment team were out in Atlanta dining when there was a verbal altercation with the waitress.

In the live video by Shenseea, Romeich can be heard asking “where’s the manager, send for the manager,” to a person not  visible in the camera frame. Shenseea then says “she never put een mi order, you see what me say bout the waitress? People you know how long mi hungry? You mean say the woman really nuh put een  mi order?”

Shenseea then says “aye no, she affi go get a little but of disrespect,” while Romeich concurs – “we mi ago wet har up,” he says.

That’s when Romeich said if he was in Jamaica he would kick the waitress. Fans took umbrage at the comments since Romeich himself is a business owner with many employees under his business.

While some criticized Romeich others said the waitress was rude and awful to the team.

The team has been in the U.S for three tour dates for Shenseea in Atlanta, Florida and New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. However, the latter three events were cancelled due to fears by State officials of a super spreader event.

Rosh Rebel Debuts “Tomorrow” Visual

Rosh Rebel is celebrating life in her new music video and single “Tomorrow.”

“Tomorrow is not a promise to any man,” Rosh Rebel sings in her latest release. The new single titled “Tomorrow” follows the singer’s banger “Lockdown With Me,” whose music video premiered at the end of November. In the new track, Rosh Rebel shows utter gratitude for life and talks about the importance of being present. The Jamaican songstress who has been in the business for more than a decade but only emerged as a solo artist in recent years has an incredibly moving story that has spurred on truly inspiring music.

The music video accurately depicts Rosh Rebel’s intentions when she wrote the uplifting ballad. It’s about appreciating our existence today and not taking our time and people for granted. With cameos made by her family, close friends, and real-life husband, Rosh Rebel was visibly enjoying the making of the visuals shot in the hills of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.

“I choose not to waste my time / I choose to complete the climb / I’m gonna show love to my family and friends / Cah mi nuh know when a next life aguh end,” Rosh Rebel sings in the second verse. Her flawless vocals cascading over the electrifying acoustics can be likened to a church choir inspiring chills with their harmonies. The Yellow Boss, of course, represented in her signature color, stunning in an attractive yellow crop top and skirt ensemble in one particular scene in the fields with windmills in the background.

“Tomorrow is only a dream that we hold / So I hang on to this life as we hope for a better world,” Rosh Rebel croons. The new track is currently available to stream or purchase on digital platforms while the music video continues to rack up views on YouTube. Check out this songbird’s latest single, “Tomorrow,” and remember to “give all you have today.”

Rapper Eazi Money Accuses Jah Cure Of Theft & Threats, Shares Voice Notes

Eazi Money wants his money back from Jah Cure.

Reggae singer Jah Cure is no stranger to controversy, and he has made the news yet again. This time around, The Cure has allegedly failed to complete his verse of a track he was paid for some four years ago. Urban Islandz caught up with Brooklyn-based artiste Eazi Money to get his side of the story. Eazi recently released a number of voice notes allegedly of Jah Cure on social media in an effort to bring attention to his dire dilemma. He further detailed the unpleasant encounter he has had so far in his attempts to collaborate with the reggae superstar or get a refund of his money.

In the lengthy Instagram post, he rehashed what has been transpiring behind the scenes between himself, his father and the singer. “[Jah Cure] Over 4 years now since I know Cure, my father put a down payment for me and him to do a song together he agreed to do it, we paid him in 2016 guys the first payment, years went by Jah cure didn’t even attempt to record one line for the song, this was before I was verified an was still coming up, just last year now he texts me to pay the full payment mind me he has never attempted to record the song after we paid him to start the song, so me and my father send him the last payment to record the song for the feature because he begged me I have the voice notes also between me and him lol this sh*t is crazy I’m telling you,” he wrote.

He continued, “The man hunt me down an said let’s get it done bro, we pay him and almost a year now still no song, now we confront him about it and this is the response we get, it’s sad because Cure is an artist I actually really looked up to, and his true colors showed especially in the 50 other voice notes I have in my phone with him cussing me out my father, and the DJs again lol I can’t make this sh*t up, but I will never work with him again, horrible business man and a scammer #jahcure #jamaica #scammingcure #curonavirus.”

Eazi Money also posted a few voice notes to the public, which were allegedly sent by Jah Cure as a response to Eazi’s queries about the incomplete track.

“P***y a me name Jah cure, nuh bother think you feel like mi a punk mi connected inna Jamiaca,” states the male voice.

“Yuh a tell mi bout dont worry. A thump mi would a thump yuh inna yuh face when mi see yuh a street and push the 3 gran down a yuh mouth. Bwoy mek mi tell yuh this don’t test mi yuh hear. Bro stop bloodc***t text mi and send the pay pal…. Yuh and yuh father a pu***hole. Yuh father a come text mi overnight inna mi sleep…. Eazi Money if yuh continue to call mi, mi a go just run back yuh money mi rich and mi can’t stop tell u this yuh nuh know nutten bout me an my life and my fren…,” he concluded.

Eazi Money also shared a few screenshots of his various attempts at resolving the matter with Jah Cure’s management team. The artiste has also dropped a diss track directed at the Cure in which he sings, “Man a real yute inna real life. You wan test me betta think twice / A pure voice note send yuh nah fight. Mon a problem yes in real life / P***y bwoy yuh nuh really wan try me. Try fi tek mi money and style me.”

The hashtag #curonavirus has also started to trend. Eazi Money has since taken to social media, thanking his numerous fans, well-wishers, and bloggers for spreading his post and making others aware of what Jah Cure has allegedly done. When we caught up with him, he was quite willing to go into further detail about the alleged incident.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Eazi Money (THE LV DON)???? (@bigbagbluehundreds)

With his name now popping up all over social media, we first wanted to get a feel of who Eazi Money was. The rapper, producer, and songwriter was born in Brooklyn, New York, but his parents are of Jamaican birth. His mother a Trelawny native, and his father, a true Kingstonian. Eazi last visited the island back in 2016 when he and his family had to, unfortunately, attend the funeral of a relative. The rapper divulged that he was hoping to have traveled to Jamaica this year, but due to the current pandemic, it seems unlikely. He mentioned that his mother actually contracted the virus, but she is now out of the woods and in better health.

In speaking about his parents, the artiste recalled that Jah Cure disrespecting him was one thing, but making reference to his father was another. The voice notes which were sent left his blood boiling, “it had my heart racing, I wanted to jump through the phone and yoke him up,” but as he is in the States, there was nothing further he could do. The unfortunate incident has certainly left a sour taste in his mouth as he has previously collaborated with Jah Cure before on a medley titled Reggae Vibes, which includes Charlie Clips and Sizzla, among others.

Eazi Money expressed that he “felt Jah Cure was a legend,” and aspired to make music with someone whose voice and tone he “loved.” The rapper first connected with Cure through a fan who connected him to Frass Twinz, who was Cure’s manager at the time. They currently manage dancehall artiste Jahvillani.

Going in-depth about their first meetup, Eazi explained that they met in the studio of Anju Blaxx and other prominent entertainers were in attendance, such as Tommy Lee. He divulged that he paid the “$1500 deposit that same night.” Plans were then set in place for the track, but nothing came to fruition. As the artiste is not very confrontational, he awaited the completion of the track patiently, and before long, four years had passed.

Then on February 15, 2020, he was contacted by Jah Cure, who asked him to once again send the clip of the track and to pay the remainder of the fee. Eazi Money complied and was hopeful that he would now be granted the collab, which he so greatly desired. Sadly, this was not the case as he has now been blocked by Cure’s PR team, but the artiste refuses to take legal action just yet.

For now, he remains hopeful as he continues to put his efforts into his musical passions. He has an EP on the way, “Reggae Vibes & Summer Nights,” slated for release on February 28th, and he also has something in store for Valentine’s Day, which he quotes as “something for the ladies.”

The rapper/deejay, who entered the music world at only 12 years old, infuses Reggae, Dancehall, and Hip Hop into all his self-written projects. He also has upcoming collaborations with Jahvillani, PG Valentina, Junior Reid, 2Reel, and Grafh, Jah Cure’s cousin. That project will be produced by Swooosh Boss and will be released this upcoming Summer. In closing, he mentioned that he is not attempting to gain popularity from the revelations, but he is simply doing what Cure told him to do, “take it to the media.”

Eazi expressed that as an independent artiste, every dollar comes from his pocket, so if he pays the fee for a feature, it is with the expectation that that deal will be fulfilled. He simply cannot be “giving away money.” The artiste stands firmly on the belief that his music “speaks for itself.”

Koffee’s “Lockdown” Is YouTube Most-streamed Song Out Of Jamaica In 2020

Koffee remains one of the top artistes out of Jamaica for a second straight year.

This year proved to be a challenge for the music industry and many musicians alike. Many had to find new ways of keeping their career alive. Some flourished like Koffee, who continued on her upward trajectory. She will also be able to end the year on a high as it’s been revealed that her song “Lockdown” was the number one streamed YouTube song in Jamaica.

The track has over 38 million views on YouTube at the moment and climbing. Coming in second is Shenseea and Tarrus Riley’s hit collaboration, “Lighter” with 34 million views. Alkaline’s “Ocean Wave” comes in at third with 11.5 million views. Skillibeng’s “Crocodile Teeth” took the fourth spot with 8.7 million views, while Teejay rounds out the top five with “From Rags to Riches” getting 8.5 million views.

Lockdown” was released in July and, within two days attracted a million views on YouTube. It was a sign that the single would do well as the Grammy-winning songstress became the first reggae artiste to get to that mark in such a little amount of time. The song also held steady at number one on the local charts for many weeks. When the song came out, Koffee spoke with The Gleaner and said that she was humbled and excited by the response.

She spoke with The Gleaner again following the revelation that her song had topped the charts. She explained some of the motivation behind writing the song.

“At the time I wrote it ( Lockdown), it was the beginning of the pandemic and I was looking forward to being able to go out again and have fun. I’m glad people were able to relate to it,” she said. She added that 2020 had been an interesting year, which was filled with ups and downs, and that she’s “just happy we are able to still connect with each other, especially through music.”

One of her most successful tracks to date, “Toast,” also maintains impressive numbers on YouTube and has over 152 million views. Her other hits for this year have also easily crossed the million mark showing that she definitely has international appeal. “Pressure,” which was also released this year, has almost 1.5 million views, and the remix, which features veteran Buju Banton, has over 4 million.

Koffee has maintained that her primary interest is in connecting with people through her music and not in the numbers. “I try to keep my mind focused on the music. I think that for me, as an artiste, I want people to connect with the music I put out. I’m always happy when I can reach people on that level,” she said.

15 years in, Protoje is still sleepless and inspired

15 years in, Protoje is still sleepless and inspired

On his new album, In Search of Lost Time, the reggae artist takes stock of his remarkable career without sacrificing his desire to lift up the next generation.

By Sharine Taylor

August 28, 2020

Yannick Reid
/

With Love

“I think it’s important to keep your ears and your eyes locked into what’s happening now so that you do not get complacent,” the Grammy-nominated Jamaican artist and producer Protoje says. “Complacency is the worst thing that can happen to an artist.” Now 15 years into his career, and with his sixth full-length project In Search of Lost Time out today, the introspective 39-year-old reggae artist is still searching for new inspiration and new artists to collaborate with, guided by the philosophy that a win for one artist is a win for the creative community he’s worked hard to foster.

ADVERTISEMENT

In Search of Lost Time is a masterful culmination of everything the artist is and represents. Its lyrics are honest and sharp, and its production is indicative of tried and true collaborations while bolstering Jamaica’s emerging class of producers. Beyond the music, it was made with an admirable amount of intention in its design — Protoje worked alongside his creative director Yannick Reid to illustrate his vision — and acts as a means to chronicle the artist’s journey thus far. “I want that in my time, where people look to my music and give what I’m doing attention, to make the quality [of what I produce] on par with global standards: visuals, cover art, music — with the way things are mixed, mastered, put out and marketed — to be very palatable, but at the same time, authentic and positive,” he says over the phone from his studio Camp Habitat in Kingston.

Read Next:

It also comes on the heels of the artist’s newly-minted deal with RCA x 6Course, which afforded him the opportunity to bring his InDiggNation label into the fold, along with its artists Sevana and Lila Ike. But there was an emphasis on creative control and autonomy within the pairing which gave Protoje, and his InDiggNation signees, full ownership of their masters. “I’m glad that RCA was very willing to do what we wanted and they’ve been very, very supportive,” he says of the deal.

ADVERTISEMENT

The project is a snapshot of where Protoje is in his life: stepping into fatherhood, continuing to empower the creative people in Jamaica he believes in, and articulating the highs and lows he touched along the way. On the punchy “Like Royalty” with Popcaan, Protoje expresses gratitude to the people who were formative in his early days as an artist (and paired with an endearing visual directed by photographer and Sprinter director Storm Saulter, it really is a thoughtful touch). On the fiery “Self-Defense” he critiques the world he lives in, speaking to police brutality and condemning the ills he sees in Jamaican society.

The FADER caught up with the self-proclaimed “junkie for inspiration” to discuss his new album, uplifting Jamaica’s creative community, and why ownership for artists is important.

ADVERTISEMENT

The FADER: Tell me about the process of making In Search of Lost Time.

Protoje: The process was a twofold thing. I started to conceptualize it in 2016. I went to Miami to meet up with [producer] Super Dups because I had some ideas. We worked through about eight songs which I thought would have been the core of the album. Years passed, I did another album, and then at the end of 2019 [in November] when my studio was finished being built — because I didn’t want to record and work on the music until I had my own studio — I dived in. My first day in The Habitat I did “Same So”, “Strange Happenings,” and “Like Royalty”, so it was a really awesome start. We spent the majority of time between February to April and May just linking up with lots of producers in studio and just vibing out the project. That’s when the core of the album really came together.

Was this scheduled to have happened regardless of the pandemic?

It was on the calendar, but there was no chance of us making it if there wasn’t the pandemic. I don’t even know what I was thinking in terms of telling the label I could give them the three albums. It would have been an absolute disaster for the projects. For sure, now, I would say maybe Lila’s project [The ExPerience] would have been done, but that would have been about it. If I didn’t have the studio, either, it wouldn’t have been done. So it was divine timing.

And the album’s features?

For all the songs [that feature someone], those were the only artists I wanted for those songs. All the producers, the lineup of producers on the project, sometimes I just look at the producer tracklist and asked, “How did this happen?” Just really excited for people to get into it and for new audiences to hear this type of sound. I feel like In Search of Lost Time is really authentic and people out here [in Jamaica are] really loving it. But also globally, it’s a sound that’s very palatable to the new ear.

ADVERTISEMENT

One of the themes that has sort of tied all your projects — Seven Year Itch, The 8 Year Affair, Ancient Future, A Matter of Time — together thematically is this exploration or concept of time. What is it about that makes it something that you want to return to so frequently?

In Search of Lost Time is by far where the theme is most underlined. The whole thing is me having my head down, being completely focused on music for the past 10 years and at the turn of the decade, looking up and realizing. [My single] “Arguments” was released 10 years ago, my daughter is three, my godson is 11, and I’ve only been there for two birthdays. My dad is getting to be 70. I haven’t paid enough attention to the personal relationships in my life. I’ve been caught up with everything apart from what I ought to be. I was being turned away from studios in 2008. Now, I have my own studio. The whole album, from track one to 10, every song has something to do with just reflecting on what’s around me and how everything has been affected.

I feel like In Search of Lost Time was an exercise in introspection and this desire to want to understand what’s happened in the past, dote on it and the tracks were sort of your retelling of that and maybe what some of the things that you were thinking about.

For sure, and then the symbolism [of the album art] of my daughter running and I’m just two steps behind trying to catch up. Just in search of that time. The whole thing is a really, really well put together idea and very best listened from track one to ten to get the fullness of what I’m trying to do.

What kind of bar or precedent are you trying to set for yourself, your collective InDiggNation, and for the music and creativity that comes from Jamaica?

I just feel that Jamaican culture and music are at its peak. It’s been so influential for years and decades. With the type of artists that I sign — Lila and Sevana — they’re both very driven in the same way and I also want to leave that mark. I feel that, internally, it pushes all of us. Because I know Sevana’s video is going to be the most highly curated thing, in my eyes I’m like, “Alright, my video has to be the shit.” We’re all not in any form of competition, but we challenge each other to be as best as we can be knowing that what each one does really accentuates the other. And then, just on the scale of music, seeing what Chronixx is doing, Koffee is doing, Shenseea, Jada [Kingdom], lots of people. There’s lots of people that are really putting work and time into their craft. I just want it to be an example of that. So when people know that I’m coming around with music, everybody can be like, “Let’s get the popcorn, and watch what he’s going to be doing and watch what the standard is going to be.”

What drives you to stay keyed in on who’s emerging?

Oh, I’m a junkie for inspiration. I’m addicted to being inspired. You know how people like rollercoasters, they’ll drive fast, they’ll skydive or whatever it is they do trying to do to get a rush? That’s like me when it comes to being inspired. I’m a proper music junkie. Lila will be like, “I thought I was obsessed with music,” but she’s like, “Something’s wrong with you. You need to go get a hobby or something.” I hunt for inspiration. If I hear, “Yo, there’s this dope new producer,” I want to put it to the test. I want to see if maybe this is the kid I’ve been looking for. I don’t put anything past anybody. So even two years ago when I met Iotosh, I just heard about him and saw some work he was doing, [and said], “Let me go see what his meds can be.” Two years later, he comes through and produces those two tracks — “Deliverance” and “Self-Defense” — on my album. If I didn’t pay attention to him two years ago, maybe it wouldn’t be what it is now. Me and Winta make dope music, but who else? What else is happening? What other things can I get up to? It’s the same with artists. The artist thing was more direct because something that I’ve always wanted to do was artist development. From [when] I came out, I’ve been trying to do that like when I did Kabaka’s first EP that came out in 2011, Rebel Music. But when I found Sevana and Lila at different times, it was the same thing. I had an out-of-body experience. I couldn’t sleep in the night because I was like, “I can’t sleep without knowing that I’m going to be involved in their careers.” That’s how I know how deep it was and for me. I like, being at the start of other people’s careers. It gives me the exuberance to remember what it felt like when I was just coming out, and that keeps my drive going too.

I wanted to talk more just about this really amazing opportunity of ownership, creative control, and autonomy that you were able to advocate for, and at the level you were able to advocate for, when you got your RCA x 6Course deal. How did that pairing come about?

I was in L.A. and I just finished coming off tour in September 2018. I went to a Kylie Jenner party — very random — and I met a guy called AK there. He was at Adidas but was leaving to go work with his cousin, Archie, who was just leaving Interscope to go to RCA. He was just like ‘Archie’s going to RCA and he wants to do something different, what they don’t expect, and he’s a big fan. He likes the messages and what you’re singing about.’ So we went to meet him, we smoked all night, hung out, and I played Sevana’s and Lila’s music. He was like, “Bro, forget about being signed as an artist, you need a label deal. This is what I’m going to work on for you.” He spent months trying to organize that. Then when we got our interview with Peter Edge from RCA, we kind of hit it off as well. He was telling me about his love for Jamaican culture, [his knowledge of Jamaican music from the] ‘60s to the ‘80s, how much he respects Jamaica as one of the meccas of music, and that he wanted to see us have a platform. The whole thing was more about a feeling than them saying, “Oh my god, you’re going to come and we’re going to make you big stars. You’re going to be on top of the world.” It was like, “We’re gonna help build your music, help build the Jamaican industry, give it more of a platform, and that we have a chance to kind of set a precedent of what’s possible and what’s to come.”

What does autonomy, creative control and ownership mean to you as an artist and why is it important?

I don’t own my first two albums and it kind of bothers me on some level just because I’m the type of artist that I know what I want to do. I know what my vision was. My first album turns 10 next year and I can’t do the things I want to do. I can’t release a special edition with two extra songs or add an extra verse [onto a single]. That annoys me. Ever since my second album, I was like, “I’m never not owning any music I ever do again.” It’s just not happening at all and that’s the opportunity I’m trying to give to my artists. That’s why I cut them in on their masters. I’m like, ‘Look, I can own all your masters myself, and you can take your advance and go and buy a car or do what you want to do, or you can invest back into your career and own your masters as well,’ and both of them wisely were like we want to be on that shit where we own our stuff. That’s the example I tried to set. Lila, from her first project, is an executive producer. At different points of your career, maybe you have to make a sacrifice and do a project and not own it to put yourself in the position, depending on what your circumstances are.

So I’m not saying it’s a must, I’m just saying that there’s different times for different things. Maybe my first two [albums] put me in a position where I can own the rest of my masters and all my artists can own the rest of [theirs]. Me and my mom, [the label’s general manager] were like, “How come they’re being so cool and generous?” My mom, at the start of negotiation says, “Look, nothing is written in stone, a contract can be anything. You could sign your masters for a loft in Manhattan, New York. You can do anything you want. You tell me exactly what you want and we’re going to try and go for it.” RCA was very supportive and has been very supportive in their process. Very involved, but also just very supportive of what our vision is and what we want to do. It’s crazy because we did the two projects — Lila’s The EXperience and Sevana’s Be Somebody — and handed in my project. The conversation I get is, “Alright, bro, who’s next one? Who else do you have your eye on? Who else do you want to put on?” It puts me in a position to be like, “I think this artist has a really good shot, then I can present it and then they can get on.”

Novelist – Major Player Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Ever since a minor kid I knew I was major
Real Gs recognise real G behaviour
Girls like the presence of a man that’s not a hater
N*ggas think they’re bad because they don’t respect their neighbour
I ain’t got the time to get mad I get paper
Laughing at them rappers tryna talk like Darth Vader
Composed when I gotta do my thing later
I seen a brudda die because he was an underestimater
Dressed well best smelling in the elevator
When I intro myself I’m a first-namer
Asking what I do, who I know, I’m not a claimer
What’s the point in bragging if they’re gonna hear later
I can make a trackie feel like I’m wearing a blazer
Vigilance will have you more attractive than a shape up
Dilligence has got me on the road to big paper
Amaretto sour better shake it like a shaker
If a bredda’s funny I ain’t saying ‘see you later’
Dat bredda’s claiming he’s a G but he’s a faker
I ain’t gonna speak when I see a clout chaser
Breddas think they got it cos they hotted up the waiter
But fam I got the juice I got the bag like it’s Jamaica
So wait up before you get fresh it’s best to wake up
Understand the news that I make a straight major
I’m a major player

[Verse 2]
I ain’t giving nuttin but I’m blessing if they diss me
22 but I been thinking older like I’m 50
That’s why I only keep a couple brothers with me
Love the hood but I don’t trust the hood cause man are shifty
But me I hold my corner I’m legit see
I don’t slip I dip when I smell something fishy
I’m bout to take this to a bigger level
They’re saying give me I see it as if you’re my enemy if you ain’t with me
Amaretto sours got me tipsy
I never slip I’m vigilant
The roads are risky for those who quickly react and get drawn out swiftly
I’m a G that’s why I live my life in peace
Major players in the game are rocking with a G
I’m taking out them suckers that was trying to get rid of me
If it’s war then it’s war that’s what it’s gotta be
But I would rather bless it after I hear the apology
Authenticity can’t be a wannabe
I’m rolling with my set and they’re upset but that don’t bother me
Thinking I’m a threat but that ain’t stopping me
I’m doing what I must cause God is giving me authority
People like myself are the minority
Because we make sure keeping it 100’s the priority
And that’s straight up
Taking over everything
I’m a major player

[Outro] (PREM ?)
Major players in the game (in the game) (in the game) (yeah)
Game (yeah)
Major players in the game (in the game) (in the game) (yeah)
Game (yeah)

Ramriddlz – Left, Right Lyrics

[Intro]
Tropical ass beats make you feel like you’re in Jamaica or some shit, uh
Bubba, Bubba-bathroom
Ay que rico
Perrico

[Verse 1]
I love how she whine up on me, whine up
She said meet me in the bathroom
So I wet her in bathroom
And If you know me
Then you know that’s that dude
And I get it how I live
I do what I wanna cause that ass too big
Come here girl, come whine up on me

[Hook]
Left, right, up, down
I just wanna see you move
Right, left, down, up
I always got two cups (I always got two cups)
Baby I always got two cups, ohh, ohh
Left, right, up, down
I just wanna see you move
Right, left, down, up
I love the way you whine up (on me)
I love the way you whine up on me, wind up on me
I love the way you whine up in on me

[Verse 2]
Cause I don’t want to hold hands
Like camera lens’
All this ice on me cause I’m a cold man
No romance, I wanna see you pole dance
Put that weight on me
Girl I’m a swole man
Pum pum is the tightest
When we whine up
Can you feel my line

[Refrain]
Dominicana mama come whine up
Mamacita come whine up
Habibti come whine up
I love the way she whine up on me, whine up on me
I love the way you whine up on me, whine up on rammy

[Verse 3]
[I can make you feel fine
Just jump on my Calvin Klein
Girl can you feel my fine
When I whine pon’ that feline
Wheels are the way you’re walking up
Wind up your waist like you have no spine
Beat it left, right like one more time

[Bridge]
I just, I just, wanna see you dance
I just, I just, wanna see you dance
I just, I just, wanna see you dance
I just, I just, wanna see you dance

[Hook]
Left, right, up, down
I just wanna see you move
Right, left, down, up
I always got to (I always got to close)
Baby I always got to close, ohh, ohh
Left, right, up, down
I just wanna see you move
Right, left, down, up
I love the way you whine up (on me)
I love the way you whine up on me, wind up on me
I love the way you whine up in on me

[Refrain]
Dominicana mama come whine up
Mamacita come whine up
Habibti come whine up
I love the way you whine up on me, wind up on me
I love the way you whine up on me, wind up on me

[Outro]
Just move your body
Don’t think about it
Just move your body
Don’t think about it
Don’t think about it
Just move your body
Don’t think about it
Just move your body
Diplo dada dance, sip slow dada dance, ramrod dada dance
If she don’t go up, down, she get left, right (oh!)

Flavour – Black Is Beautiful Lyrics

I can see her from afar
She just dey shine like a morning light
I can see very clear
She just dey shine in a broad day light (hey)
And she was walking
And i was watching
Every step and the move she was making
She is adoring i am admiring her hips

Beauty is a natural thing
Original thing and a mysterious thing hey
Rise up ma voice and sing i thank the lord for a beauty queen
Cos your black is beautiful
Beauty from my own
Baby your black is beautiful (baby moo)
Beauty in disguise
And your black is beautiful (ahhhhh)
Black is beautiful hey
And your black is natural, (ahhhhhahh) black is original
Oo oo ohoo
Oo oo ohoo
Oo oo ohoo
Yoo yoo yoyo, mama moo

Cha cha chei
She is black she is proud and she knows it
She is cool and i everybody likes it
She is bold and she very very humble
She is strong and can never never fumble
She is courageous (ahh) azagitarious the kind of woman I can take for serious

Beauty is a natural thing
Original thing and a mysterious thing hey
Rise up my voice and sing i thank the lord for a beauty queen
Cos your black is beautiful (beauty for my own)
Baby your black is beautiful baby moo
Beauty in disguise hey
And your

And your black is Africa
Your black is Jamaica
And your black is Arabia
Your black is Jamaica
And your black is Nigeria
Your black is beautiful oooo
Dudu tu tuuu duduuuu
Huu huu
Selooom
Your black is beautiful

Jesse Jagz – Wide And Blue Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I feel my, spirit waking my body aching
I see the, darkness fading and God is amazing
I’m taking pictures of a lovely painting, shawty’s blazing
The sea the shore the waves are racing the waters raging
Still my, body aching from all I’m facing
My spirit’s ageing, I feel forsaken from paper chasing
Huh, the truth is fading, hallucination
In truth I face em while real niggas salute the nation

Huh, I found a mason, built up a foundation
And you now awake and aware, the bow take em
Who’s your salvation? look at the cloud shape em
Whatever couldn’t touch it before cannot shake em
Huh, and baby under your arms is my haven
You’re my vibration, we high from Jamaica
Huh, we blow lala high, rejuvenation
Huh, plus my jewelry’s amazing, I got you baby

[Hook]
Your love e never die
Your love inna fit take me to the sky
So why? The ocean is wide and Blue
And, your love e never die
Your love inna fit take me to the sky
So why? The ocean is wide and Blue

[Verse 2]
Huh, when I’m smoking, my mind is open
I’m open, my spirit lonely if my body broken
And in the, present moment, I seek atonement
Believe I’m showing, you see the flowing with trees I’m blowing
Evening and morning, the girls are moaning
Controlling her emotions, guess my promotions
Is damn ferocious, yeah
And I approach this, with microscopics
I spliff with smokers, legit promoters to fix my focus, yeah
I spit for soldiers, spliff the dopest
I sip the coldest Coca-Cola’s and sodas and my baby knows this
One day the oceans will open wide
And meanwhile imma rub her down with baby lotions
Yes, I spit the coldest
Split g’s with opponents
I was made a soldier, my baby is a Cobra
Snakes stay all over, tryna blast over a Casanova
But yet my flow run them over

[Hook]
Your love e never die
Your love inna fit take me to the sky
So why? The ocean is wide and Blue
And, your love e never die
Your love inna fit take me to the sky
So why? The ocean is wide and Blue

My girl fit be, like marijuana and me tree
And finally, I’m finding me
When I walk through the valley of the shadow
And this road man-ah travel
Say, my girl fit be, like marijuana and me tree (y’all know)

[Verse 3]
My rhymes unrivaled, its mind travel
Rewind times like passing through a triangle
Light a candle, the final battle, the mic vandal
I let it dangle, the microphone is at my ankle
This ain’t a sample, it’s no example
With cliques I gamble, the revolution’s on the missing channel
I smoke a camel dismantle from the solar panel
I still flow and unrivaled so your soul can travel
It’s universal and I was born a nervous person
I always searching write a verse I pass the weed
Never need rehearsing
Sick flows is what I’ve been nursing
Chicks know when they conversing
They always got a different version, huh
And baby under your arms is my haven
Amazing inhale it, I keep the fire blazing
An admiration, you got a heavy vibration
Whatever couldn’t touch ’em before
Cannot shake ’em, bounce

[Hook]
Your love e never die
Your love inna fit take me to the sky
So why? The ocean is wide and Blue
And, your love e never die
Your love inna fit take me to the sky
So why? The ocean is wide and Blue

Garibaldi – Banana Lyrics

In the island of Jamaica
Everybody loves banana

Mexicana like it (banana)
Hot, hot (banana)
Nice, nice (banana)
Sweet, sweet (banana)
Light, light (banana)
Fine, fine (banana)
Young girl like it (banana)
Old lady like it (banana)
She doesn’t like it (banana)
I don’t want it (banana)

Banana duro (banana)
Banana tieso (banana)
Banana perverso (banana)
Banana travieso (banana)
Banana chiquito (banana)
Banana sabroso (banana)

Banana sweet (banana)
Banana nice (banana)
Banana beat (banana)
Banana long (banana)
Banana nice (banana)
Banana sweet (banana)

Ay con mi cara bonita
Movinema movine

Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Sube, sube, sube que sube
Ay, ay ay
Sube la bolita y sube la bolita
Ay, ay ay
Me sube, me sube, me sube y me sube
Ay, ay ay
Sube la bolita y sube la bolita
Ay, ay ay

Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Sube, sube, sube que sube
Ay, ay ay
Sube la bolita y sube la bolita
Ay, ay ay
Me sube, me sube, me sube y me sube
Ay, ay ay
Sube la bolita y sube la bolita
Ay, ay ay

Tucutucutu, tucutucutu
Tucutucutu, tucutucutu

Ay con mi cara bonita
Movinema movine

Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
Ay, que me sube y me baja
Yo tengo una bolita que me sube y me baja
AY!

Purpmiya – Who Don’t Hear, Must Feel Lyrics

[Chorus]
I was gone for a minute but I’m back now nigga
Don’t wrestle too raw for the smackdown nigga
Broke niggas trynna pull ma card, go fishing
Buh all who don’t hear must feel, don’t listen

[Verse 1]
Momma told me son you the man of the house now
I was 16 rolling weed like I’m finna burn the house down
On Jesus, every Judas in my life getting crossed out
On me I’m done taking orders, I’m the boss now
Yea am the boss now
Diamonds on Voss
Got the water and the sauce now
Bum broke bitches
Crawling back because they lost now
Sorry ho you lost out
I don’t f**k with fake
Rather love you with ya faults and ya flaws out
I don’t f**k with the snakes
Get the mower amma have the cut the lawn down

[Chorus]
I was gone for a minute but I’m back now nigga
Don’t wrestle too raw for the smackdown nigga
Broke niggas trynna pull ma card, go fishing
Buh all who don’t hear must feel, don’t listen

[Verse 2]
Momma told me son I need money for the house now
I was 18 selling weed like I’m finna trap the house out
You can take me from Jamaica, but you can’t the yaad out
Treat Atlanta like Broadway when I bring the broads out
When I bring the broads out
Two foreign women always walking with the bras out
Finna pull the cars round
Feds might be tapping
Gotta hold off sending calls out
I don’t f**k with the lames
All ma niggas making money and we bossed out
I don’t have to run game
Tell your friends I wanna f**k
Il bring em all out

[Chorus]
I was gone for a minute but I’m back now nigga
Don’t wrestle too raw for the smackdown nigga
Broke niggas trynna pull ma card, go fishing
Buh all who don’t hear must feel, don’t listen

[Outro]
Gone for a minute but I’m back now nigga
Don’t wrestle too raw for the smackdown nigga
Trynna pull ma card, go fishing
Who don’t hear must feel, don’t listen

Purpmiya – One Up Lyrics

[Intro]
Oh I got one up these niggas
Oh I got one up these…

[Chorus]
I got one up on these niggas
I got one up on these bitches
I got one up on these niggas
Yeah, I got one up
Yeah, I got one up
I got one up on these niggas
I got one up on these bitches
I got one up on these niggas
Yeah, I got one up
Yeah, I got one up

[Verse 1]
f**k you don’t need your opinion
f**k on your bitch in a civic
None of my windows are tinted
Just so you haters can see me
I got one up on you niggas
Ten toes down for the check
Ten toes down on your neck
Top tier, top ten, top dawg
Lord am the best, oh yes
I’m blessed
Still got one up these niggas
Iv been so humble, I’m Finished
Mixing these drugs like a chemist
Used to be down, now I’m winning
Not gon be stuck pinching pennies (Uh)
I do it all for Jamaica
That Yaadi boy stay blowing vapors
Put me right next to the greatest
Il show em why I been patient
Cause

[Chorus]
I got one up on these niggas
I got one up on these bitches
I got one up on these niggas
Yeah, I got one up
Yeah, I got one up
I got one up on these niggas
I got one up on these bitches
I got one up on these niggas
Yeah, I got one up
Yeah, I got one up

[Verse 2]
Took me a shroom and I perked up
Plug brought it to me with the surplus
Ride my own wave nigga surfs up
Trynna be a boss so I work for it
Took me a while I had to search for it
Grabba and the weed calm the nerves for it
Used to be that nigga with the worst voice
Now they ain’t even find the words for it
Still do it all for Jamaica
Yaadi boy stay blowing vapors

[Chorus]
I got one up on these niggas
I got one up on these bitches
I got one up on these niggas
Yeah, I got one up
Yeah, I got one up
I got one up on these niggas
I got one up on these bitches
I got one up on these niggas
Yeah, I got one up
Yeah, I got one up

Alcool Club – Do Vinho Lyrics

[Intro]
A princípio é simples, anda-se sozinho
Passa-se nas ruas bem devagarinho
Está-se bem no silêncio e no borborinho
Bebe-se as certezas num copo de vinho
E vem-nos à memória uma frase batida:
“Hoje é o primeiro dia do resto da tua vida!”

[Verso 1 – Montana]
Meu amigo é barato e fala pouco
Meia dúzia de trocos
Põe qualquer nigga louco
Pacote ou uma garrafa
Carrasco, boa pomada
Aqui bebe-se tudo
Ya, não se deixa nada

Tu aí, tens algo para beber?
Tens?
Deixa aqui, mothaf**ka vai-te foder
Enrolo uma amiga
Que gosta de estar comigo
Acompanha, mais o seu amigo
Os dois juntos fodem-me o juízo
Dou bafos, suavinhos
Fico mais tranquilo
Chama-me o que tu quiseres
Cada um tem o seu estilo
Bêbado ou pedrado, yah
Não ligo a isso
Mas vê-se que cá para mim
Tens um filho que também dá nisso

Discreto, mais um copo
Atitude f**king nessa mesa
Mais uma surpresa, vinho no meu copo
Xau, até logo
Até logo

Vestido de preto, mil histórias e um segredo
Tou no Inferno, vejo pessoas que conheço
Não sei se devo, ou mereço ficar fora
Ou deste devil kiss dá-me uma missão na Terra
“Montana, vai apanhar a pedra!”
Whisky, erva
Desço como subi
E apanhei uma granda tala
E acordei ali
Sim, sim
Porque é que nem Deus acredita em mim?
Montana a olhar para ti
Sim, sou eu mesmo
Porco, sujo e bêbado
Eu sei que não devo
Mas gosto da vida que levo
Pois posso parecer parvo
Que ideia
Apenas gosto da pedra
Beber, Montana
Beijinho, marijuana
Enche-me o copo
Abre o decote
Faz-me um broche
Até logo
Eras doido, eu sou louco
Agora o deserto come-te o corpo
Morto
Moca, bófia, fuga
Foder tanta puta até apanhar pulga
Check
Jack, SanguiBom, Montana
Toma ganza, mas primeiro
Quero um copo cheio
Com um cheiro a whisky velho
40 de volume e como de costume
Letras sem sentido
Mas quem é que disse que a moca tem sentido?
Niguinho
A cantar assim nem te safas no deserto
Moca, kaya, Mexicano, emigrante da Jamaica

[Praso]
Por causa
(Do Vinho)
Eu fico louco por causa
(Do Vinho)
Praso, Alcool Club, casa de
(Do Vinho)
A minha dama deixa-me por causa
(Do Vinho)
Sa foda, Alcool Club é
(Do Vinho)
O meu coração é feito
(Do Vinho)
Vinho todo dia, porque eu gosto
(Do Vinho)
O Sérgio Godinho gosta
(Do Vinho)
Gostamos todos de quê?
(Do Vinho)
Porque eu sou feito
(Do Vinho)
Alcool Club é feita
(Do Vinho)
Porque eu sou feito
(Do Vinho)
A minha tala é de
(Do Vinho)
Não vale a pena
Não me falas por causa
(Do Vinho)
Eu fico com a tala por causa
(Do Vinho)
Alcool Club é feita
(Do Vinho)
O copo está cheio
(Do Vinho)

Dj Ostkurve – Limbo Dance Lyrics

Let’s go on a holyday
Let’s go to Jamaica
Flyin’ to Mantigo Bay
Let’s go to Jamaica
Maybe find to hide away
Let’s go to Jamaica
We can limbo on the sand
To a steel drop-band
Limbo good
Limbo fine
Everybody gets a chanceC’mon and move your body downDo the limbo dance
Limbo good
Limbo fine
Everybody gets a chance
Clap your hand it’s party timeDo the limbo dance
You will hear the limbo song
When you’re in Jamaica
You’ll be dancing all night long
When you’re in jamaica
We can party on and on
When you’re in jamaica
Whe can limbo on the sand
To a steel drop-band
Limbo good
Limbo fine
Everybody gets a chanceC’mon and move your body downDo the limbo dance
Limbo good
Limbo fine
Everybody gets a chance
Clap your hand it’s party timeDo the limbo dance
Fantasies can all come true
Let’s stay in Jamaica
Gone in sunshine of youLet’s stay in Jamaica
Sleepin’ under skies of you
Let’s stay in Jamaica
We can limbo on the sandTo a steel drop-band
Limbo good
Limbo fine
Everybody gets a chanceC’mon and move your body downDo the limbo dance
Limbo good
Limbo fine
Everybody gets a chance
Clap your hand it’s party timeDo the limbo dance

Vybz Kartel – World Government Lyrics

[Intro]
Shabdon
And Addi Di Teacha, di one don

Why di yute dem hungry?
Why di gyal dem still a sell fi money?

[Hook]
Di people wah World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Everybody happy, all who a chop grass
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Landslide victory
Bomborassclaat!

[Verse 1]
WorlBoss step inna parliament
Every ghetto yute a get a house and a Benz
Child molester dem a get a rope and a heng
Juvenile nuh sleep a road, we a put up all a dem
Set up di elderly dem is di root not di stem
Black woman a mek money like di day na nuh end
Education it affi free, nah fi spend
Nuh crime nuh gwan again mi link di shotta dem

[Hook]
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Everybody happy, all who a chop grass
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Landslide victory
Bomborassclaat!

[Verse 2]
Nuh police couldn’t tell lie a court
Squady weh do dat affi divorce from di force
Nuh more Chiney couldn’t come in, lock di coast
Foreign nah buy a just di weed dat fi smoke
Stop extradite, stop dat by tonight
Slavery use di ship, nowadays use di flight
Same thing, nothing change, fight fi we life
World inna power, unu alright

[Hook]
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Everybody happy, all who a chop grass
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Landslide victory
Bomborassclaat!

[Verse 3]
After school program
Knowledge addi key, a wi slogan
No man can say him owe man
My cabinet mek sure ghetto yute get rich like di boss dem a Portland
Everybody neck have on ice dem a wonder a where Jamaica get snow from
Bauxite factory mi build inna Clarendon

[Hook]
Di people wa World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Everybody happy, all who a chop grass
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Landslide victory

[Hook]
Di people wa World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
World Government, nothing else mek sense
Save ghetto yute, everybody get help
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Everybody happy, all who a chop grass
Weh yuh vote? WorlBoss, WorlBoss!
Landslide victory
Bomborassclaat!

Bzn – Aloha He Lyrics

In a small café, a place called Montego Bay
Saw you walking by, oh me oh my
Lovers at first sight, feeling like dynamite
Oh you set my heart on fire, while we used to sing

Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
In a hot Jamaica sun, that’s where you kissed me on and on
Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
A paradise, my island in the sun

A lovers paradise, sweet lips and angel eyes
When you hold me tight, this tropical night
Making up to you, that’s what I wanna do
Oh beneath the purple sky, we used to sing

Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
In a hot Jamaica sun, that’s where you kissed me on and on
Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
A paradise, my island in the sun

You turn my head and make me feel I’m swaying
Driving me insane, just tell me what to do

Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
In a hot Jamaica sun, that’s where you kissed me on and on
Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
A paradise, my island in the sun

Aloha hé, down on Montego Bay
A paradise, my island in the sun

Tory Lanez – Beauty in the Benz Lyrics

Play this song

[Intro]
(To thank you, to thank you)
(To thank you, to thank you)

[Verse 1: Tory Lanez]
Keep it real, this how I’m comin’ in it from the jump
You’re so beautiful, I kiss and hit it from the front
Take you everywhere with me ’cause I love to stunt
Money everywhere, baby, ’cause you love to stunt
Hit the strip club with me, make ten G’s
We’ll be runnin’ up the bag ’til it empties
Got a temper ’cause she bad, don’t tempt me
Shawty, I’m a different man off the Hennessy
Tryna hit it so good you remember me
Pussy good like
Fuckin’ your body, I let it go down
I make it ring like the Neptunes song
You hold it down like a stunner, you done cleaned that
You hold it down every summer in Celine bag
Oh, when you’re givin’ me love, you never keep that
You never give me enough, knowin’ I need that
We gon’ fuck up the sheets, send ’em to the cleaners
We might smoke weed on the way and catch a misdemeanor
I’m a young nigga that wanna get with you and beat it
My ex hate when I’m with you, it’s gettin’ her heated

[Chorus: Tory Lanez]
‘Cause you’re so beautiful
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Said you’re beautiful
Oh, oh, oh

[Verse 2: Snoop Dogg]
What can I say to you that you ain’t never heard?
I’m breakin’ it down, shawty, I’m talkin’ ’bout every word
Observe how I splizz-erve, slick like a iceberg (What?)
Cold with the wizz-ords and lit like my izz-erd (Ah)
Of course it all matters if you with it or not
‘Cause if you don’t, you won’t, but if you get it, you got
Ain’t nothin’ wrong with this, now peep it out
And if it’s too hard, then go ahead and bleep it out
See, I’ma tell you what I see ’cause what I see is all I know
I’ll wrap you up with a bow, lay you out on the floor
And let Tory tell the story ’cause you know how it go
Then hit the switch in my blue ’64, mmh-mmh

[Chorus: Tory Lanez]
Beautiful
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Said you’re beautiful
Oh, oh

[Verse 3: Tory Lanez]
You know how to let me know if I done enough
Touch down in it, put them numbers up
You wanna leave ’cause he don’t make you cum enough
Well, guess what? I’m the next runner-up
Big bank, baby, and I spend it all on you
Fuck it up in here, that’s what we ought to do
A lot of options, I could call ’em through
I switch her option like an audible
Bentley Bentayga, girl, you gets paper
They be pocket watchin’ the money you get paid
I wanna fly you to the sand in Jamaica
You damaged your makeup, still managed to make it, yeah
Humble as ever, but stunt with the cheddar, yeah
You grind with me, we gon’ come up together, yeah
Pretty days, we gon’ stunt it together
‘Cause the Rolls Royce I drive, it come with umbrellas
I don’t talk no shit ’cause I just back that shit up
I’ma flip lil’ shawty like the spatula
I’ma sink my teeth in it deep, Dracula
Pretty Rick when I hit it, have you spectacular, uh

[Chorus: Tory Lanez]
Beautiful
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Said you’re beautiful
Oh, oh, oh
Yeah

[Outro]
Something about you
There’s something about you (To thank you, to thank you)
There’s something about you (To thank you, to thank you)
(To thank you, to thank you)
(To thank you, to thank you)
(To thank you, to thank you), beautiful
(To thank you, to thank you), I just wanted you

​iLoveMakonnen – I REMEMBER Lyrics

I just, think about all my past times
Get on these fuckin’ tracks and make these words rhyme
I don’t even sell no dimes, cause I do not have no time
But I used to reminisce when me and my homies was on the grind
All the time, tryna shine cause we need them new things
Now a boy got pinky rings, switching lanes with 6 chains
I don’t even give a fuck, used to have a black truck
All the way in zip codes that I do not go no mo
Oh shit, I got shows every motherfuckin’ weekend
Me and my best friends ain’t fuckin’ speakin
‘
Got friends from down under arrivin’ in the morning
Tell ’em that Makonnen is the best thing goin
Worldwide, now you know it, finally I can show it
Young boy in the city lookin’ like I’m fuckin’ growin’
All the way with the moon, ocean sun when it be snowin
‘
I don’t know how I got it, I’m so thankful for the flowin’
My friends, once again, when they come back around
I remember all night, we was sellin’ that brown
To some motherfuckin’ junkies, I was actin’ like a monkey
Swingin’ off them god damn trees
Makin’ hunnid of them things
All damn night with the white, now a nigga barely see
Any type of fuckin’ drugs, who the fuck is me?
I just once was a young boy, on the fuckin’ corner
Sellin’ all this dope from Atlanta to California
And now I brought it back all the way to the West
Cuz them niggas in the East said that I was one of the best
So I’m like, let me go, see if the rumors true
When I step off in the room, niggas be mad at who?
When I step in studios, niggas tryna sound like who, now
God damn, I ride around in black fuckin’ coupes now
Don’t even need to pick it up
Nigga come deliver me
Feel like i’m dominos the way they fucking playing me
Oh shit is a game
Nigga love my last name
Girls want my last name
I switch them with my last game
Hit em with some new shit
Like how the fuck he do it
I remember being in church staring at the pool pissed
Like goddamn that water could make me feel stronger
Then i see that preacher daughter get killed by a gang banger
On the fucking corner and em girls was out here singing songs
Bout sweet jesus and how he was gon come back home
Put my whole family on as they fucking waiting
Niggas on the east side out here still hating
Cause they know that i’m great when i’m came from the south
Now i’m hottest in the north ain’t shit else to talk bout
I’m like damn Uncle Sam who the fuck is donald trump
These niggas done fucked up
Presidents be going up
Now the life in america is all about the money have no time for no jokes
Man ain’t seeing shit funny when my friends fucking dying and drugs fucking colliding everyday in communities
Bitches wanna do me
Niggas out here shooting bullets when we riding pass i’m like oh shit what happened i forgot about my dad
Cause that nigga did me wrong way back in ‘96 now i’m feeling like a bad dog
Looking like michael vick
Out here switching fucking teams can’t find my fucking path
I’m on the fucking road feeling so damn glad
That i have fucking twice another day at life
I remember last week when i felt like a bum
Shit be fucking popping now like a nigga is bubble gum
I remember being so broke i couldn’t afford no bubble yum
Now i’m see now and laters riding around in the latest jaguars supercars saying i’m a super star
And my mom came to my release
Thank god for warner but
Man i never swore that i would leave california
When i was young i felt dumb thought i had to be gang banging
Out here fucking slanging drugs but now all these songs i’m singing
I can’t think about no hook
History about these books all i know is fucking dope fiends and a few crooks that fucking switch they ways off in the usa
Now i feel like gps when i’m using that waze
In the app i can snap on any fucking rap but a nigga hate on me at the same time give me dap
I used to be a young fool now i’m feeling smarter
Goddamn thank god im feeling like a scholar
Didn’t go to college unless it was for beauty
Now the girls love me they want me out in movies
I done sign a stupid deal with a new agency
Hope they put me on a fucking tv show on channel E
Goddamn i’m entertaining oh shit ain’t complaining
Cause the money that i’m making is enough to buy jamaica uh
I love it but sometimes i dont uh
I think i’ll stay but sometimes i won’t
I swear that i should leave what’s is up my sleeve
Everybody hating, hating on me
So i fly all the time when i look at the moon
I remember being home making songs in my room
But now i fly all the time and i stare at the moon
I remember when i was young making songs in my room
But now i fly all the time and i stare at the moon
I remember making all these songs back in my room
But now i fly all the time and i stare at the moon
I remember making songs in my room

With my dogs little two pit bulls
Man one of them just died i swear this shit ain’t cool
I been hurting so bad i can’t even call my dad
Thank god i got my mom hope that she ain’t feeling sad
Bout them rumors going round in the town
What they saying that i’m fucking new asian that i’m looking like satan
All i’m doing is K and the coke all night
I’m like momma no i’m not but she know i sold that white
So it might not sound to fucking far fetch
Plus you losing all this weight
Man you looking kinda sick
I’m like man no i’m not i be running in the morning
I’m practicing for the world stage so i can put a show on that is as good as beyoncé
Look for my fiancé
Retire off this rap shit
Chillin in a bungalow
Goddamn dont need no hoes
I just need the fucking cash
I remember being broke couldn’t afford fucking the dash
That’s the of us that be riding on western ave
I remember being down there crying for my dad
He like fuck you im leaving
I was out there weeping
Now i’m the man from akron to Cleveland
And beyond doing songs you know i can fucking snap
I be out here looking in the audience waiting for claps
But these niggas don’t give me claps
They just give me stank eye
So i’ve hit them with that whip
Cook that chicken one time
Now your girl said she wanna meet a kid backstage
I know what she really want just to hit it backstage and fuck around and break a condom so she could have my child and when a nigga fall off she said that i ain’t shit now
But i never will fall off cause i never got on
I’m the same little kid making songs in my room
Now when i fucking fly i just stare at the room at the moon in my room
At the same time im feeling like a bride and a groom
Why won’t somebody come and marry me
I been smoking all night i should fucking pay the fee to the goddamn smokers club weight i be be going up
Goddamn nobody fuck with me since i haven’t been going up on a fucking tuesday but i got new news today
I can make plenty songs slow it down anyway
All in the usa they know that i’m leaving soon
I remember making songs staring at the moon in my room
Now when i fly i just stare at the moon cause i remember making songs in my room
Now when i fly i just stare at the moon
Cause i remember being alone
Just making these songs in my room
Making these songs in my room
I remember being alone in my room
Starting at the moon

Migos – Intro Lyrics

[Intro: Takeoff]
My weed from Jamaica, my money older than Sega
Bust it open, then wait up, tell m, work out, then re-up

[Hook: Takeoff]
My diamonds sparkling, I be like the sargent
Pull up in the Astin Martin, leave in a Burperry carpet
Migo the label, but no no playing with paper
My shirt tiger striped, my shoes aligater
With the plug, never see it
Wip them chickens and pidgens, cokina and midgets, touch it, I flip it

[Verse 1: Takeoff]
I remembered in school, teacher talkin bout history
I was tryna make history, up in that house in Beverly
I just called my jeweller, tell him bring me my rolly
In that muscle car, 12 pull me over for flexin

[Verse 2: Quavo]
I got sweet and sour chicken, lemon, go get me some beef
I got soldiers in the streets, I’m commander and chief
When the Js hit the dope, I bet those nose bleed
I got a plug from Mixico, and one plug that’s chinese
Bad bitch on my team, do whatever I please
Thick thais, brown eyes, she finesse you with eze
Think the jeweller got me sick, a chew, I sneez
Someone get me a key, I’ll just rest in peace
Last nigga try to jump, left him deceased
Then we dumped him in the river, body still won’t be seen

[Verse 3: Offset]
I’m a cool individual, selling dope, that’s my principle
Young like the siminals, baking soda a chemical
I done made it out vakent, had to lie on David
Keep the pistol like Peet, and keep the knife like I’m Jason
I ain’t Gigga for nothing, tell m fishing for money
Gotta bumblebee building, me and my crew, that’s some hundreds
Took the truck to Bahamas, pick the plug up from London
I be sellin so many fishes, call me Offset Benny Hanna
And the 9 is my ratchet, trappin and stampin on matress
Singing Tony Braxtin, and they all wet like napkins
Biggest bitches, I’m cravin, got that dope, so come taste it
No, my swag is not basic, pull up with a strap, no laces

Nicki Minaj – Coco Chanel lyrics

[Intro: Foxy Brown, Nicki Minaj & JBeatzzz]
Whole lotta gang shit
Beatz
Oh, uh, ugh, ayo Chun, ayo Chun
We back on that Coco shit, nigga, number one, uh
Whole lotta gang shit
Haha, every bitch bloodclaat, girl
Oh, ayy yo, uh, Brooklyn!
Kick for my stomach, let’s go!

[Chorus: Nicki Minaj]
Yo, he got me like a coco, yeah la coco
Ellas quieren coco, y yo tampoco
Never trust a broke hoe, don’t fuck with po-po
Numero uno, me llama Yoko
Pull up in them thing things and let them things fling
Niggas know my name ring, and it go “ding-ding”
If I get a inkling, the thing’ll sing-sing
Ain’t talkin’ ’bout the singer, the thing’ll sting-sting

[Verse 1: Nicki Minaj]
Ayo, if I’m in the Gurkha, then they in the back of it
If I tell ’em eat food, then they make a snack of it
If they take your cocaine then they make a crack of it
If they grab your gold chain then they make a plaque of it
Know we never lack on it, run up with the MAC on it
Put a couple racks on it, they gon’ put the whack on it
She got the Nicki bundles, word to Stack on it
That’s word to Brooknam, that’s word to Bucktown
That’s word to Harlem World, shout out to uptown
You know I shine on ’em, I spray sheen on ’em
That’s word to southside, Jamaica, Queens on ’em
I’m mad Queens on ’em, with mad schemes on ’em
I never scale back, the triple beams on ’em
My ice gleams on ’em, Wu-Tang creams on ’em
I pull up on the block bumpin’ Biggie “Dreams” on ’em
A nigga greased on ’em, but I freezed on ’em
I light breezed on ’em, I might breeze on ’em
Might do it like it’s Christmas and light trees on ’em
I see the copycats bitin’ my steez on ’em

[Chorus: Nicki Minaj]
Yo, he got me like a coco, yeah la coco
Ellas quieren coco, y yo tampoco
Never trust a broke hoe, don’t fuck with po-po
Numero uno, me llama Yoko
Pull up in them thing things and let them things fling
Niggas know my name ring, and it go “ding-ding”
If I get a inkling, the thing’ll sing-sing
Ain’t talkin’ ’bout the singer, the thing’ll sting-sting

[Verse 2: Foxy Brown & Nicki Minaj]
Gimme some bloodclaat gunshots
Brooklyn where the fuck we at? Flatbush, Bed-Stuy
That’s my word to Big, I’ma murder them rasclaats
All black Chloe straps, gally I’ma skully to the back
Fuck my ratchet at? Come make me dirty that
Puss dem I chat bout, back like I never left
Went down when I come ’round, all y’all bitches bow down
King fox, King Kong, back on my Trini, nigga
Valentino bling thong, all y’all bitches duck me, fuck
Nick, come fuck it up, bad gyal a back it up
Coco ‘pon my foot dem, C’s pon my likkle pretty red bow
See dem buss one for baby, see dem [?]
[?]
The bloodclaat [?]
Them bitches in them bum-ass Louis thigh highs
[?] clip [?]
Gun slingers, let me see y’all gun fingers
Y’all bitches dick riders
Little Nicki’s, little Inga [?]

[Chorus: Nicki Minaj]
He got me like a coco, yeah la coco
Ellas quieren coco, y yo tampoco
Never trust a broke hoe, don’t fuck with po-po
Numero uno, me llama Yoko
Pull up in them thing things and let them things fling
Niggas know my name ring, and it go “ding-ding”
If I get a inkling, the thing’ll sing-sing
Ain’t talkin’ ’bout the singer, the thing’ll sting-sting

[Verse 3: Nicki Minaj]
Foxy plus one, it’s me young Chun
And me, I can fuck up the place, I’m done
So tell ’em run, come and bring a lump sum
Ayo Fox, they don’t make us or break us, word to young guns
Put your hands up
Unless they ever do it, tell’ em fi recognize
Unuh dem fi fi real vibes
They call me Ms. Bitch, but I don’t miss, bitch
Got real shooters, better D up, guys
Who me? I’m physically fine
Who she? It’s like we know she dyin’
Bitch ain’t see Billboard in 2017
Had to drop Queen on ’em like a guillotine
All these jealous bitches on the jelly team
Keepin’ it a hundred, that’s a jelly bean
Uh, uh-uh, uh-uh
Uh, uh-uh, uh-uh

Tory Lanez – Can Lyrics

[Intro{ Tory Lanez]
And all my New York girls
Oh, and all my Latina girls
Yeah, yeah to my LA girls
Girls around the world

[Verse 1: Tory Lanez]
Only call when you want somethin’
Sexy lady, [??] fuck for me like you on somethin’
Willy tops [??] boo boo like Nundada
Cock it up so back it down, buy me a [??] (hmm)

[Pre-Chorus: Tory Lanez]
You got some, somebody
I got somebody too
Wine on me
Go slowly
I’m into you

[Chorus: Tory Lanez]
And I know you know I’ll fuck you better than he can
And I know you know you’ll fuck me better than she can
So why we playing games when we can?
When I know, I know I’ll fuck you better than he can
Come on it
Somali
Sip on me
East African girl, she on me
Jamaica, Tobogga, Barbados
[??]
They scream “Ai carico”
Dominicana, Cubana, Columbiana
I’m on you mama (hmm)

[Verse 2: Tory Lanez]
She a beg for this when in advance we just saw one bodmans dances
I need it like weed and herb, oh
See she movin’, she groovin’, ooh I like her stance
Just me and her like meanies, oh girl

[Hook: Tory Lanez]
Singers and martyrs
Broke it down wine and you fling it to pada
Broke down wine and you bring it to pada
Bring it to father
Deal with the martyrs

[Pre-Chorus: Tory Lanez]
You got some, somebody
I got somebody too
Wine on me
Go slowly
I’m into you

[Chorus: Tory Lanez]
And I know you know I’ll fuck you better than he can
And I know you know you’ll fuck me better than she can
So why we playing games when we can?
When I know, I know I’ll fuck you better than he can
Come on it
Somali
Sip on me
East African girl, she on me
Jamaica, Tobogga, Barbados
[??]
They scream “Ai carico”
Dominicana, Cubana, Columbiana
I’m on you mama (hmm)

Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines (feat. T.I. & Pharrell) lyrics

[Pharrell & Robin Thicke Intro:]
Everybody get up, WOO!
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey

[Robin Thicke Verse 1:]
If you can’t hear what I’m trying to say
If you can’t read from the same page
Maybe I’m going deaf
Maybe I’m going blind
Maybe I’m out of my mind

[Robin Thicke Bridge:]
Ok, now he was close
Tried to domesticate you
But you’re an animal
Baby, it’s in your nature
Just let me liberate you
You don’t need no papers
That man is not your maker
And that’s why I’m gon’ take a

[Robin Thicke Hook:]
Good girl
I know you want it
I know you want it
I know you want it
You’re a good girl
Can’t let it get past me
You’re far from plastic
Talk about getting blasted
I hate these blurred lines
I know you want it
I know you want it
I know you want it
But you’re a good girl
The way you grab me
Must wanna get nasty
Go ahead, get at me

[Robin Thicke Verse 2:]
What do they make dreams for
When you got them jeans on
What do we need steam for
You the hottest bitch in this place
I feel so lucky, you wanna hug me
What rhymes with hug me
Hey!

[Bridge:]
Ok, now he was close
Tried to domesticate you
But you’re an animal
Baby, it’s in your nature
Just let me liberate you
You don’t need no papers
That man is not your maker
And that’s why I’m gon’ take a

[Robin Thicke Hook:]
Good girl
I know you want it
I know you want it
I know you want it
You’re a good girl
Can’t let it get past me
You’re far from plastic
Talk about getting blasted
I hate these blurred lines
I know you want it
I know you want it
I know you want it
But you’re a good girl
The way you grab me
Must wanna get nasty
Go ahead, get at me

[T.I. Verse 3:]
Hustle Gang Homie
One thing I ask of you
Lemme be the one you back that ass up to
From Malibu to Paris boo
Had a bitch, but she ain’t bad as you
So, hit me up when you pass through
I’ll give you something big enough to tear your ass in two
Swag on ’em even when you dress casual
I mean, it’s almost unbearable
In a hundred years not dare would I
Pull a Pharcyde, let you pass me by
Nothin’ like your last guy, he too square for you
He don’t smack that ass and pull your hair like that
So I’m just watching and waitin’
For you to salute the true big pimpin’
Not many women can refuse this pimping
I’m a nice guy, but don’t get confused, this pimpin’

[Robin Thicke Breakdown:]
Shake your rump
Get down, get up-a
Do it like it hurt, like it hurt
What you don’t like work
Hey!

[Robin Thicke Verse 4:]
Baby, can you breathe
I got this from Jamaica
It always works for me
Dakota to Decatur
No more pretending
Cause now you’re winning
Here’s our beginning
I always wanted a

[Robin Thicke Hook:]
Good girl
I know you want it
I know you want it
I know you want it
You’re a good girl
Can’t let it get past me
You’re far from plastic
Talk about getting blasted
I hate these blurred lines
I know you want it
I know you want it
I know you want it
But you’re a good girl
The way you grab me
Must wanna get nasty
Go ahead, get at me

[Pharrell & Robin Thicke Bridge:]
Everybody get up
Everybody get up
Everybody get up
Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey, Hey

[Pharrell & Robin Thicke Outro:]
Everybody get up, WOO!
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey

Sean Paul & David Guetta – Mad Love (feat. Becky G)

[Intro: Becky G]
Jiggle up yuh body
Jiggle up yuh sinting

[Pre-Chorus: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Love me, love me like that
Love me like we ain’t never let go (How you mean?)
Love me, love me like that
Poco poco, muy, muy lento (Zeen!)
Take your time and do it just like we were in Jamaica or New York (Woop, woop, woop, woop)
Love me, love me like that
Love me, give me some mad love

[Chorus: Becky G]
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love

[Verse 1: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Baby girl cau’ me lovin’ how your body fat
Gimme some a dat
Lovin’ how your booty pop when the beat drop
Come in my baby when you do it is a wrap
Love the energy when you fling it up back
Steppin’ in gyal you pepparin’, you ever look hot
Epic win gyal, you know say you never yet flop
I know I see weh mi wah fi attack
Mi eye deh ‘pon she, precise and exact

[Pre-Chorus: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Good lord, girl, yuh going so hard (Woo)
Girl your legs look the best when I’m spreadin’ the two apart
(Oh, yeah yeah yeah)
Good lord, why you going so hard? (Do it, girl)
Boy, I’m tryna to be good but you’re making me be so bad
(Bidi, bang, bang, bang)
Love me, love me like that
Love me like we ain’t never let go (How you mean?)
Love me, love me like that
Poco poco, muy, muy lento (Zeen!)
Take your time and do it just like we were in Jamaica or New York (Woop, woop, woop, woop)
Love me, love me like that
Love me, give me some mad love

[Chorus: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love (Bidi bang)
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo (Woop, woop, woop, woop)
Love me, give me some mad love (Bidi, bang, bang, bang)

[Verse 2: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Spin like a propeller you a da in ting
Spin my girl, cau’ you know how to swing
Jiggle up your body, Jiggle up di sinting
Unquestionable you a run the sinting
Stepping in, ’bout to get it but you ever look hot
I’m the queen, boy, you know that you never yet flop
Are yoy ready fi a night of loving wid the stamina king?
Mi hear you body callin’

[Pre-Chorus: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Good lord, girl, yuh going so hard (Woo, woo, woo)
Girl your legs look the best when I’m spreadin’ the two apart
(Oh, yeah yeah yeah)
Good lord, why you makin’ it so hard?
Ain’t it good enough for you
You ready break down my guard (Bing, bing, bing)
Love me, love me like that
Love me like we ain’t never let go (Let go)
Love me, love me like that
Poco poco, muy, muy lento
Take your time and do it just like we were in Jamaica or New York
(Bidi, bang, bang, bang)
Love me, love me like that
Love me, give me some mad love

[Chorus: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love (Bidi, bang, bang, bang)
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Watch the tempo, watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love (Woop, woop, woop, woop)

Sean Paul & David Guetta – Mad Love Lyrics Ft. Becky G

Sean Paul & David Guetta – Mad Love Lyrics Ft. Becky G

[Intro: Becky G]
Jiggle up your body
Jiggle up your swing, swing

[Pre-Chorus: Becky G & Sean Paul]
Love me, love me like that
Love me like we ain’t never let go (how you mean?)
Love me, love me like that
Puco, puco, muy, muy lento (sing)
Take your time and do it just like we were in Jamaica or New York (woop woop woop)
Love me, love me like that
Love me, give me some mad love

[Chorus: Becky G & Sean Paul]
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love

[Verse 1: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Baby girl, got me lovin’ on your body fat, give me some of that
Rubbin’ on your booty fat, wanna beat ya up
Me and my baby, when you [?] to the rap
Love the energy when you feel it [?]
In gyal, you preparin’, you ever look hot
You the queen gyal, ya know so you never get flopped
I know I see when me walk fi ya spot
Eyes upon cheeck, precise and exact

Also Read:  Sean Paul Visits Buju Banton In Prison Says Greatness Is Coming

[Pre-Chorus: Becky G & Sean Paul]
Good Lord, girl, you going too hard (woo)
Gyal ya light up the place when I’m spreadin’ the two apart (oh, yeah yeah yeah)
Good Lord, why you going so hard? (Do it, girl)
Boy, I’m tryna make up but you’re making me feel so bad (bidi bang bang bang)
Love me, love me like that
Love me like we ain’t never let go (how you mean?)
Love me, love me like that
Puco, puco, muy, muy lento (sing)
Take your time and do it just like we were in Jamaica or New York (woop woop woop)
Love me, love me like that
Love me, give me some mad love

[Chorus: Becky G & Sean Paul]
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love (bidi bang)
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo (woop woop woop)
Love me, give me some mad love (bidi bang bang bang)

Also Read:  Park Yun Ha – 나를 찾아줘

[Verse 2: Sean Paul & Becky G]
Been there preparin’, your body insane
Still my gyal so you no how to swing
Jiggle up your body, jiggle up and swing, swing
And gyal say never, you a relentless thing
Stepping in, ’bout to get it but you ever look hot
I’m the queen, boy, you know that you never get flopped
Are you ready fi a night of loving?
With the stamina king, hear your body calling

[Pre-Chorus: Becky G & Sean Paul]
Good Lord, girl, you going too hard (woo)
Gyal ya light up the place when I’m spreadin’ the two apart (oh, yeah yeah yeah)
Good Lord, why you going so hard? (Do it, girl)
Boy, I’m tryna make up but you’re making me feel so bad (bidi bang bang bang)
Love me, love me like that
Love me like we ain’t never let go (how you mean?)
Love me, love me like that
Puco, puco, muy, muy lento (blaze it)
Take your time and do it just like we were in Jamaica or New York (woop woop woop)
Love me, love me like that
Love me, give me some mad love

Also Read:  David Guetta & Afrojack Release New Collaboration “Dirty Sexy Money” with Charli XCX & French Montana

[Chorus: Becky G & Sean Paul]
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Love me, give me some mad love (bidi bang bang bang)
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo
Watch the tempo (woop woop woop)
Love me, give me some mad love

Chi Ching Ching Ft. Hanging – Rope Lyrics

(Verse 1)
Oh my God he’s ropin’
That’s dope
Chi Ching Ching teaching ropin’
Ropin’ in the open
Rope dem in, rope them up
Rope far from gravel
Back inna stable
It’s a burning fable
It’s not the end of the road
Nor the end of the world

(Chorus)
It’s the end of the rope, mek me teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Gyal them see di rope and deh say that’s the hope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Rope, Mek mi teach yuh how to rope
Whole street a rope and that’s no joke

(Verse 2)
The whole place a rope now
Stwing yuh han’ over yuh head hold yuh hip now
Dem a duh it, like say dem dip now
Jus watch how the rope ago hit now
Ropin’ in the open
Rope dem from country
rope dem from town
Mr. Wakki invent it and mi take it roun’ di town
Everybody waan buy rope by the poun’
Oh My God he’s ropin’

(Chorus)

(Verse 3)
Mi see Canada a rope to (rope up)
England a rope to (rope in)
Germany dem a rope to (rope up, rope up)
Slovakia a rope to (a di end ah the rope)
Mi see Famous a rope to (everybody do it)
Sweden a rope to (chi Ching)
Jamaica a rope to (bup bup)
Now Japan

(Chorus)

(Oustro)
rope, rope, rope, rope up
Everybody safe cause wi deh a di end of the rope
It’s not the end of the world
Rope
yow, Sean Paul
Dutty Rock promotion
yow
Mr. Sean
Rope dem
Chi Ching

Related Posts

Shenseea Eyes Pop Music Plans To Expand Her Brand

Shenseea eyes a career as an international pop star.

Jamaica produced the most music per capita in the world and dancehall is currently expanding into markets globally like never before. In fact, some of the biggest hip hop and pop songs of the last two years are of dancehall origins, so when Shenseea says she wants to expand her brand into pop, she may be on to something. The young dancehall hitmaker has been seeing a steady climb in her career under the stewardship of Romiech but she is far from complacent.

“By next year I want to be international, and when I say that, I don’t mean just as a dancehall artiste, but an international pop star who incorporates the dancehall culture and my accent while majoring in pop music, because that is my first love,” Shenseea said.

Rihanna started her career as a reggae-pop artist before broadening her career as a full-fledged pop artist and today she is one of the biggest pop stars in history and one of the most influential women in music and fashion currently. Nicki Minaj also injects a bit of patois in some of her music from time to time.

Shenseea is currently getting ready to release her first pop single “Love I Got For U.” The track was produced by Miami-based producers Unified Pacific Entertainment and she recently shot the video with director Jason ‘Jay Will’ Williams. “So for me, actually going in that direction I think I will have a great impact as well. And this whole production is a step towards it … (the) video is loud on a different level,” the “Loodi” deejay said.

The single will be released on all digital platforms in the coming days and the video will also make its debut on the same day.

Related Posts

Sting and Shaggy Teams Up On “Don’t Make Me Wait”

Legendary singer Sting teams up with Shaggy for his new single “Don’t Make Me Wait.”

The singer and the dancehall legend are currently working on their joint album 44/876, due later this year. The romantic ballad features Sting belting out his famous vocals about wanting to be with a girl but don’t want her to feel pressured. “I don’t want you to think I’m rushing you, I know you like to take your time, I’m already sold on the idea of you and I,” the British crooner sings.

Shaggy came through with his gravel voice over a reggae beat singing, “Nothing wrong with waiting a little bit, you know this is to me more than just hitting it, but you only get a love like this once in a lifetime, and if this is our chance I ain’t missing it.”

Sting is currently in Jamaica with the reggae/dancehall legend working on the album. He also performed at the annual Shaggy and Friends benefit concert in Kingston earlier this month and prior to that he visited the Bustamante Hospital for Children for a tour. He compared the atmosphere at the children’s hospital to that of a warm village.

Shaggy confirmed last month that the pair has a joint album in the works but he couldn’t divulge too much information about it. “We have something working on, but I can’t say anything right now,” he said. “We recently did a song that I had written. His manager heard the song and he played it. Afterwards Sting walked in and began to sing the hook.” The album is now in its advanced state with over a dozen songs already recorded. Last week we saw him posted a photo of the two in the studio with dancehall deejay Aidonia hinting that the 4th Genna leader might be featured on the project.

Related Posts

Usher and Don Corleone Team Up On New Single “Pressure”

Usher taps dancehall power producer Don Corleone for his new single “Pressure.”

The link-up between the R&B singer and the producer was put together by producer Rico Love, according to Don Corleone. The two met for the first time at the famous AfterMaster Recording & Mastering Studios in Hollywood, CA. “I got a call from Rico Love (an American producer) one night asking me if I could come to a studio in Hollywood, California and be prepared to work,” Corleone said.

“I went to the studio and to my surprise, Usher was in the studio. So, Rico said let me play something for you and he played me this demo that he did,” the producer added. “It has only a few keys on it, so he then asked if I could make it fire with that dancehall sound. I made it on spot and it took me like five minutes to complete it.”

Don added that Usher loved what he heard and Rico Love then suggested that they include a female dancehall artist on the track. Corleone said he made it happen but can’t disclose the name of the female artist who will be on the track, but there are already some rumors that it’s dancehall newcomer Shenseea. “We recorded her the next day at Hitmaker Studio in Kingston… When Usher and Rico heard it, they both loved it,” he revealed.

Don Corleone is the first Jamaican based producer to produce a song for Usher which makes it a big achievement. Dancehall music has been reshaping the sound of mainstream pop and hip hop over the past two years and more established artists are now looking to Jamaica to get the authenticity of that sound. Justin Bieber, who was discovered by Usher, dabbled in dancehall for his last album, and we’ve seen artists like Drake, Rihanna, Tory Lanez, and Chris Brown all release dancehall influenced singles.

Related Posts

Dancehall Artist Harry Toddler Robbed And Gun Butt

Harry Toddler is the latest dancehall artist to fall victim to the crime wave gripping Jamaica.

Following the murder of two dancehall artists in recent weeks, former Scare Dem Crew deejay Harry Toddler was robbed at gunpoint over the holidays. The artist broke the news on social media last weekend telling his fans that he was held up by two gunmen in the Tower Hill area of ST. Andrew. He said that the men took US$500, JM$30,000, a laptop, phones, and his passport.

Toddlers says he doesn’t care about the cash, but is more interested in getting back his passport so that he can travel to fulfill his contractual obligations overseas as an entertainer. He also said that he has a bunch of unreleased music on the stolen laptop and is pleading with criminals to return the computer and his passport. “If the man them can just run back the passport and the laptop, I don’t care about the money,” he said. The artist said the money was for his daughters who are living overseas.

“Jah know star as a artist mi can’t even move around in my own country,” he added. Over the last few months, dancehall artists Mineral Boss and Unicorn were shot and killed in separate incidents in Jamaica. The local entertainment fraternity is currently on edge over the targeting of artists.

Related Posts