Listen to EST Gee’s new mixtape Bigger Than Life Or Death

Listen to EST Gee’s new mixtape Bigger Than Life Or Death
The project features Young Thug, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Pooh Shiesty, Future, and more.

By Jordan Darville

July 21, 2021

With the release of his 2020 project I Still Don’t Feel Nun, Kentucky artist EST Gee became one of rap’s most promising and closely watched new talents. After signing with Yo Gotti’s label CMG and delivering a fiery guest verse on Lil Baby’s hit “Real As It Gets,” Gee is back with his new full-length tape Bigger Than Life Or Death, out today. In an indication of just how hot EST Gee really is, hip-hop artists both established and newly-popping line up to provide guest verses: Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, Young Thug, Future, Lil Durk, and many more feature across the 15 tracks. Dive in below via Spotify and Apple Music.

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Doja Cat shares new video “Need To Know”

Doja Cat shares new video “Need To Know”
The track serves as the second single from her upcoming album Planet Her.

By Sajae Elder

June 11, 2021

Doja Cat shared the intergalactic visuals for her latest single “Need To Know” on Friday. The track serves as the follow-up to the SZA-assisted “Kiss Me More” and will appear on her upcoming third album Planet Her, set to drop on June 25.

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The clip finds Doja as a blue-skinned being preparing for a night out with her girls; a clique that includes actress Ryan Destiny and singer Grimes, who both make cameos in the video. Eventually, they end up at the club where things start heating up.

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After sharing the official tracklist earlier this week, Doja revealed Planet Her boasts features from The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, J.I.D, and Young Thug.

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Watch “Need To Know” above.

Polo G shares Hall of Fame tracklist

Polo G shares Hall of Fame tracklist
The Chicago rapper’s new album is out June 11.

By Jordan Darville

June 03, 2021

Polo G. Photo by Daniel Prakopcyk for Sony Music UK

 

Next Friday (June 11), Polo G will share his much-anticipated new project Hall of Fame. It’s the Chicago rapper’s first full-length since The GOAT, the project that made him a hip-hop heavyweight, and he’s already proved his staying power with the Billboard-topping single “RAPSTAR.” Today, Polo has shared the full Hall of Fame tracklist. “RAPSTAR” is on there, as well as features from Lil Wayne, Lil Durk, Nicki Minaj, DaBaby, Young Thug, Pop Smoke, Roddy Ricch, G Herbo, Rod Wave, and more. With a lineup like that, it seems fair to say that Polo G is aiming for household name, ten-summers-conquering levels of fame and notoriety. He certainly has the talent to pull it off. Find the full Hall of Fame tracklist below.

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Hall of Fame tracklist

1. Painting Pictures
2. RAPSTAR
3. No Return ft. Kid Laroi & Lil Durk
4. Toxic
5. Epidemic
6. GANG GANG ft. Lil Wayne
7. Boom
8. Black Hearted
9. Broken Guitars ft. Scorey
10. GNF (OKOKOK)
11. Go Part 1 ft. G Herbo
12. Heart of a Giant ft. Rod Wave
13. Zooted Freestyle
14. Party Lyfe ft. DaBaby
15. Losses ft. Young Thug
16. So Real
17. Fame & Riches ft. Roddy Ricch
18. For the Love of New York ft. Nicki Minaj
19. Clueless ft. Pop Smoke & Fivio Foreign
20. Bloody Canvas

Lil Baby and Lil Durk share The Voice of the Heroes tracklist

Lil Baby and Lil Durk share The Voice of the Heroes tracklist
Travis Scott, Young Thug, Meek Mill, and Rod Wave feature across the 18-track project, out on June 4.

By Jordan Darville

June 02, 2021

Lil Baby and Lil Durk. Photo by Michael Thomas.

 

This Friday will see the release of The Voice of the Heroes, the anticipated collaborative project from Lil Baby and Lil Durk. And while a full-length tape from two of rap’s biggest names would be enough to make the release feel like a 2020 milestone, today the rappers have revealed the tracklisting of Heroes, and it sports some big features. Travis Scott will guest on “Hats Off,” Meek Mill shows up on “Still Runnin,” there’s a Young Thug verse on “Up The Side,” and Rod Wave will croon on “Rich Off Pain. All told, the project is 18 tracks long, and it will include the song “Voice of the Heroes” that dropped over Memorial Day.

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Migos share new song “Straightenin” and offer Culture III update

Migos share new song “Straightenin” and offer Culture III update
The rap trio shares its first release of 2021.

By David Renshaw

May 14, 2021

Migos have dropped a video for “Straightenin,” their first new song of the year. The Keemotion-directed video catches the Atlanta trio flexing their extensive collection of cars at various Atlanta locales, including the parking lot of a shopping center. Check it out above.

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“Straightenin” is set to appear on Migos’ upcoming album Culture III. The album has been in the pipeline since Migos released the second installment in the series back in 2018. Despite a long wait, Migos assured fans the album is still coming during an appearance on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music 1 show on Thursday.

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“We just had came off the tour and we was also doing other records and featuring on songs,” Quavo told the DJ. “So, we just started getting pulled away and just started grinding solo and it was for a good cause. Maybe these records can fit the three, but if it fit one of us, we could go to the moon, and we still going to pull each other, and still bring us to the top, and once we get together and do our records, it’s going to make it just even bigger. It wasn’t no strain on us. We just felt like it wasn’t time yet to put music out. We felt like we was just super grounded, and working, and always on the moon. We had to come back to Atlanta to get to work.”

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Since the release of Culture II all three Migos, Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff, have released solo albums. Last year Migos shared “Need It” plus “Give No Fxk” (with Young Thug and Travis Scott), “Taco Tuesday,” and “Racks 2 Skinny.”

Travis Scott announces Astroworld Festival 2021

Travis Scott announces Astroworld Festival 2021
The third edition of the festival takes place on November 5 and 6 in Houston, Texas.

By Jordan Darville

April 30, 2021

Travis Scott‘s Astroworld Festival is coming back to Houston for a third year. The 2021 edition has been expanded to two days and will take place on November 5 and 6. No line-up has been announced yet, but you can buy general admission and VIP tickets on May 5 at 10AM CT over at AstroworldFest.com.

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In 2019, Astroworld sported a lineup that included DaBaby, Megan Thee Stallion, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, and Migos, with a headline performance from Travis Scott. Kanye West also showed up for a surprise appearance.

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Scott’s last full-length release was the Cactus Jack records showcase JACKBOYS. In 2020 he shared the song “Franchise” featuring Young Thug and M.I.A., “The Plan” (from Christopher Nolan’s film Tenet), “The Scotts” with Kid Cudi, and the Rosalía collaboration “TKN.”

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Young Thug & Gunna Pay It Forward Post Bonds For 30 Inmates In Atlanta

Young Thug and Gunna spent their weekend bailing out inmates from jail in Atlanta.

Thirty inmates from the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta reunited with their families last weekend, thanks to rappers Young Thug and Gunna. The rappers paid it forward when they covered the bail bonds of the inmates who were in jail for minor infractions of the law. The lucky group consisted of both men and women who were unable to secure bail because they had no money.

While they did not reveal how much was spent on the initiative, the rappers’ label, YSL Records, revealed footage showcasing the moment when the thirty inmates were released from the jail. The video captured several emotional reunions with families and their formerly incarcerated loved ones.

The former inmates will reportedly be featured in a music video with Gunna and Young Thug for one of the songs on Thug’s “Slime Language 2” album, released on April 16.

Speaking in an interview on Sunday with WSB-TV, Young Thug told reporters, “We just woke up and went to the jail with the lawyer and you know DA’s and the prosecutors, you know, the bonding companies and just got as many people as we can out.”

Meantime, Gunna expressed concern about the high cost of bonds for some of the crimes committed.

He said, “There was people sitting out three or four years and couldn’t get out on a bond. If they did the crime, then they can do the time, then it’s all right. But it’s like you’re giving them a bond higher than what they stole.”

The rappers themselves are no strangers to jail, having run afoul of the law several times. Young Thug has spent time in jail on drug-related and illegal firearm charges, while Gunna has spent time for possession of a controlled substance.

The commendable move from Young Thug and Gunna comes at a time when the Fulton County Jail is housing 400 more inmates than its actual capacity of 2,500, making life extremely miserable for the inmates. The rappers revealed that they plan on repeating the good deed in the future while expressing hope that other rappers will come on board and follow their lead.

Gunna and Young Thug said most of them were being held on minor offenses but couldn’t get out because they didn’t have the money.

“You never know what somebody been through. There was people sitting out three or four years and couldn’t get out on a bond.” pic.twitter.com/9h7Xj43W96

— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) April 26, 2021

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Young Thug and YSL share deluxe edition of Slime Language 2

Young Thug and YSL share deluxe edition of Slime Language 2
The album’s original version dropped on April 17.

By Sajae Elder

April 23, 2021

Young Thug. By Andrew Chin/Getty Images.

 

Only a week after sharing the compilation album Slime Language 2, Young Thug and YSL Records have dropped the album’s deluxe version featuring eight new tracks. The updated version also boasts new features from DaBaby, Jim Jones, Nav, and more.

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The album’s original 23-track version already included appearances from Drake, Travis Scott, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Skepta, Big Sean, and more. According to early sales projections from HitsDailyDouble, the album is expected to pull in 125,000-140,000 equivalent album units in its first week, possibly putting it on track to debut at the top of the Billboard 200.

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Lil Uzi Vert Names Mike Jones Among Top 5 Most Influential Rappers

Mike Jones gets his flowers from Lil Uzi Vert.

It’s always interesting when rappers reveal who the most influential voices were leading up to their success. Lil Uzi Vert revealed his influences while being interviewed on The Fat Joe Show on Instagram Live last Thursday night (Feb. 11). Uzi made the appearance, of course, sporting his $24 million diamond forehead piercing. During the interview, he revealed the top five artists that helped make him the rapper he is today. The first rapper he mentioned was Mike Jones.

“The first rapper that I ever learned lyric for lyric was Mike Jones. That’s the first rapper I learned everything lyric for lyric, and I wanted to be like him. I had a Boost Mobile and my mom would give me $15 and I’d get phone cards and shit and I would spend all my money calling Mike Jones’ number ’cause I wanted to talk to him,” he said.

He even remembered the Houston rapper’s phone number and shared it with fans. “I remember the number by heart. Right now, to this day: 281-330-8004. I felt that star power from him. He had that star power.”

As he moved through his list of influences, he mentioned Lil Wayne, whose style he admitted he actually tried to emulate. “I wanted to be Lil Wayne. When I was younger, girls would say I looked like Lil Wayne, so I would run with that. And I would wear the fedoras, and I would wear the tight Polo tees with the skinnies, and wear the Vans and sh*t,” he added. He also said that he ordered a fake piercing off of Amazon, which had a magnet. He wore the fake piercing below his lip every day so that he could feel more like Lil Wayne.

He also praised his aunt Remy Ma, for some of his success. “I got a gangsta aunt and my aunt definitely a little different. She one of them girls from the hood that was the DMX fan and the Remy Ma fan,” he said.

Another rapper that had a major influence on him was Kurupt, who Vert said had that “East Coast mentality but that West Coast swag. He also mentioned Young Thug, who he described as a “mythical creature.”

“This was later in my life. So, I used to listen to I Came From Nothing, I Came From Nothing 2. I used to watch on YouTube when Young Thug used to perform at the little like skating rink shits. The reason that he was such an influence to me was because he was almost like a mythical creature back then,” he said.

He continued on to say that he always knew that Young Thug would be successful. “I actually knew before the public. Not even before the public. I’m not from Atlanta, so everybody out there knew about that man before me. Atlanta and around Atlanta, Georgia or whatever. But, just where I was from, I felt like I was the first person in the fu**in’ world that was listening to him. I felt like that.”

You can take a look at the full interview below.

T.I. Asks Young Thug If He Wore A Dress For Attention, Here’s Thugger Response

T.I. asks Young Thug about his infamous dress while suggesting that it was all for attention.

We live in changing times. Gender expression is becoming increasingly fluid, and this trend is breaking into an arena that is traditionally about as masculine as it comes—hip hop. Young Thug has been able to break boundaries in an unexpected way with his ability to play with feminine fashion choices while also maintaining his credibility in the rap game, but it seems T.I. suspected the Atlanta artist did it all to turn heads.

Speaking with Thug on his podcast, ExpediTIously, Tip first commended Thugger’s ability to do what would have once seemed impossible, saying, “You were so confident in your skin that you put on a f***ing dress but maintained your status as a real n***a.”

T.I. went on to agree his other guest, Benny The Butcher, who suggested that move was a publicity stunt. “This n***a put a dress on for attention, tell the truth. You did that sh*t for attention.” Young Thug stood his ground, however, responding nonchalantly by saying that the extravagant baby-blue dress featured on the front of the JEFFERY mixtape simply matched his shoes. “That motherf*cker matched,” he said. “This on my kids.”

While his explanation seems a little too easy, it is likely that Young Thug was making a larger statement about his right to put whatever he wants on his body for whatever reason he wants. Hip hop and fashion have always intersected in a huge way that continues to make a large cultural impact, and musicians across all genres have often played with gender norms in their fashion choices. It seems only right that even the grittiest hip hop artists should also be able to express their femininity if they so choose. T.I. might want to take note of Thugger’s incredible level of comfort in his own skin.

Young Thug, Gunna, and Yak Gotti share “Take It To Trial”

Young Thug, Gunna, and Yak Gotti share “Take It To Trial”
The song will appear on forthcoming YSL Records compilation Slima Language 2.

By David Renshaw

December 18, 2020

Young Thug, Gunna, and Yak Gotti have dropped the video for new song “Take It to Trial.” The Wheezy-produced the track comes with a video co-directed by Young Thug that can be seen above,

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“Take It To Trial” will appear on Young Stoner Life Records’ forthcoming Slime Language 2. Young Thug’s label released the first edition of Slime Language back in 2018.

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Earlier this year Young Thug appeared alongside Travis Scott and M.I.A. on the No.1 single “FRANCHISE.” He also provided features on songs by Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby among others. His most recent studio album, So Much Fun, dropped in 2019. Gunna’s released his WUNNA project in May while fellow Atlanta-based artist Yak Gotti shared Gotti Outta Here in October.

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Young Thug, André 3000, and speaking legendary shit

Young Thug, André 3000, and speaking legendary shit
Thug’s rejection of the Outkast rapper’s legacy holds true to its spirit.

By Jordan Darville

November 30, 2020

Near the beginning of his interview for T.I.’s podcast expediTIously, Young Thug offers an insight into his creative process: “Any time I’m myself, it’s always really different.” It’s a statement that sheds light on his subsequent negative comments about André 3000 (“I can’t rap you two André 3000 songs. I ain’t never paid attention to him. Never in my life”) but also connects him to the erstwhile Outkast rapper. Both artists create by this code, understanding that greatness is never comfortable or neat. It chafes, sometimes to a point to severe irritation.

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That’s where Thug found himself over the weekend, when clips of his remarks were circulated around the internet and roundly condemned. A freshman member of congress even weighed in. The internet eventually resurfaced excerpts of 3000 praising Thug, from a 2017 interview with Complex (“To do those things he does, you have to have big fuckin’ balls… That’s one of my mottos: Don’t let people get too comfortable with what you’re doing.”) to his eulogy at Phife Dawg’s funeral. “It’s so dope,” Andre said of hip-hop’s new generation, specifically naming Thug. “They’re them because of us,” 3000 says. “The old niggas hating on the young niggas, that shit gotta stop.”

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Nothing of what 3000 says is in dispute. Young Thug remains one of the greatest rappers alive, and the long shadow of his influence is comparable to that of André 3000. It’s unfortunate that the expediTIously appearance dragged up a long-settled debate over the value of Thug’s artistry, but the internet loves nothing better than living in the past. Perhaps the constant comparisons to 3000 made Thug feel like his own singular creative powers were being diminished. Maybe a rich, famous, and powerful celebrity had an ego trip. Whatever the reason, Thug was embodying the iconoclasm André 3000 said he saw.

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Thug’s stature in music is one reason why the controversy is overblown, and he has earned the right not to be dismissed out of hand. It also won’t be the first domino in the collapse of André 3000’s legacy. His catalog is widely regarded as one of the most brilliant in hip-hop; in 2017, it got its own course at the University of Georgia. He is the pantheon now, even if glimmers of his influence are still strewn across modern music like diamonds.

3000 secured his place in history by taking on sacred cows; treating him like one diminishes what made him special. A seeker like Thug questioning the unquestionable — the value in the legacy of an artist who influenced him and paved the way for his career — honors the original spirit of what made 3000 great, and reflects how much of 3000 is in Thug. An assumed legend is a stagnant one, and depending on the source, even petulant criticism can offer it a new dimension. Nobody, however great, should get too comfortable. André 3000 knows that better than most.

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DaBaby shares “Blind” video featuring Young Thug

DaBaby shares “Blind” video featuring Young Thug
The track appears on his recently released album Blame It On Baby (Deluxe).

By Jordan Darville

November 16, 2020

DaBaby was already a star before he dropped Blame It On Baby, his third studio album, but it was the album’s single “Rockstar” and its seven weeks spent at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, that catapulted DaBaby into the stratosphere. Still riding high, DaBaby returned on Monday with another music video for his latest single “Blind,” a track from Blame It On Baby‘s deluxe edition with a verse from Young Thug that offers a surprising amount of chemistry. The clip, directed by Motion Family, follows a guy dressed up like DaBaby’s grandpa who enjoys the perks of music video set life as a treat for his 90th birthday. The video begins with a tribute to DaBaby’s brother Glenn Johnson, who tragically died earlier this month. Watch above.

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Young Thug and Gunna turn up for Karlae’s “Jimmy Choo” video

Young Thug and Gunna turn up for Karlae’s “Jimmy Choo” video
Two YSL Records heavyweights show up for the freshwoman rapper’s latest track.

By Jordan Darville

October 09, 2020

Jerrika Karlae may have entered the public eye as Young Thug‘s fiancee, but the particulars of her personal life aren’t nearly as notable as the music she makes. A talented rapper in her own right, Karlae’s slow-walk of her career has included three singles in 2019 and now her first of 2020, “Jimmy Choo” featuring Young Thug and Gunna.

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As the song’s title suggests, “Jimmy Choo” is about reveling in luxury. So naturally, the song’s music video takes place in a mansion with lots of blue-faced $100s and luxury cars to spare. Karlae’s hook is primed for TikTok virality, but her snappy verses shouldn’t be overlooked (“This pussy got Powers, Austin / Your pussy for sale, auction” got me pretty good). Check it out above.

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Megan Thee Stallion unleashes “Don’t Stop” with Young Thug

Megan Thee Stallion unleashes “Don’t Stop” with Young Thug
Go through the looking glass with the Houston rapper’s new video.

By David Renshaw

October 02, 2020

Megan Thee Stallion has shared new song “Don’t Stop.” It is the Houston rapper’s follow-up to summer smash “WAP” and features a guest appearance by Young Thug. Check out the Alice in Wonderland-style (directed by “WAP” director Colin Tilley) video below.

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A press release for “Don’t Stop” states that the song will feature on Megan’s previously unannounced debut album, due this fall. The FADER has reached out for further details.

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This weekend Megan Thee Stallion will make her debut on Saturday Night Live alongside guest host Chris Rock. In July Megan claimed that she was shot in the foot by Tory Lanez, sharing images of her injury to social media. Lanez has subsequently denied the allegations in the form of music, releasing a whole album to defend his name.

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Travis Scott recruits Young Thug and M.I.A. for “Franchise”

Travis Scott recruits Young Thug and M.I.A. for “Franchise”
Watch Scott’s wild new video now.

By David Renshaw

September 25, 2020

Travis Scott has shared new song “Franchise.” The song features Young Thug and M.I.A. and is released via Cactus Jack/ Epic. Check out the video, filmed at Michael Jordan’s Chicago mansion, above. “Franchise” arrives shortly after Scott rolled out his high profile collaboration with fast food giant McDonald’s.

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Speaking to Apple Music about the song, Scott said he approached M.I.A. after they first spoke about him contributing to her next album. “When I finished the song, I couldn’t think of nobody else that I could probably just maybe like, body this shit,” he told Zane Lowe. “You know what I’m saying? Body this shit like as hard as like anyone else, any other rapper, any other artists. And just that presence, man. We ain’t felt this presence in a long time. I’m just trying to get this gig shit like right man. We got to get better, right? You know what I’m saying? Like all of this, the energy man, music, beats, raps, God! Everything, she’s the illest of all time.”

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“Franchise” is the latest in a run of 2020 singles from Scott. “The Plan,” taken from the soundtrack of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, arrived last month. He has also collaborated with Kid Cudi (“The Scotts”) and ROSALÍA (“TKN”) in addition to guesting on albums from Justin Bieber, Jay Electronica, and Big Sean among others.

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Young Thug and T.I. link up on “Ring”

Young Thug and T.I. link up on “Ring”
A new collaboration from the two Atlanta rappers.

By David Renshaw

September 11, 2020

T.I. has recruited Young Thug for new song “Ring.” The latest collaboration from the two Atlanta rappers is streaming above.

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Young Thug was a guest on T.I.’s most recent studio album, 2018’s Dime Trap. Earlier this year T.I. featured on South African rapper Nasty C’s album Zulu Man With Some Power. He is also due to appear alongside Milla Jovovich and Ron Perlman in 2021 fantasy thriller Monster Hunter.

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Young Thug’s last solo album was 2019’s So Much Fun. Earlier this year, he dropped Slime&B with Chris Brown and has also contributed to recent albums from Big Sean, Nav, and Gunna.

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Pop Smoke’s estate releases deluxe Shoot for the Stars… featuring Young Thug, Burna Boy and more

Pop Smoke’s estate releases deluxe Shoot for the Stars… featuring Young Thug, Burna Boy and more
The No.1 album now comes with 15 additional tracks.

By David Renshaw

July 20, 2020

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Pop Smoke‘s posthumous debut album Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon was released on July 3 and promptly went to No.1, giving the late rapper his first chart topping album. Today, July 20, the deluxe edition of the album arrives with 15 additional tracks and guest spots from artists including Fivio Foreign and Jamie Foxx.

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Among the new tracks is “Paranoia,” featuring Young Thug and Gunna. A leaked version of the song included an additonal verse from Pusha-T but he does not appear on the official version.

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Other guests on the new songs include Burna Boy, Davido, PnB Rock, Queen Naija, BloodPop, and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. Scroll down to listen now.

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Pop Smoke was shot and killed on February 19, age 20, during a home invasion in the Hollywood Hills. Earlier this month four people were charged in connection with the rapper’s murder. Read The FADER’s memorial to the fallen N.Y.C. rapper here.

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Young Thug stands up for James Harden after player photographed wearing “Thin Blue Line” mask

Young Thug stands up for James Harden after player photographed wearing “Thin Blue Line” mask
Thug said Harden isn’t online enough to understand the symbol’s pro-police and white supremacist associations.

By Jordan Darville

July 17, 2020

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The NBA season is kicking off again as the coronavirus continues to ravage the United States. That bad idea met another one last night when Houston Rockets player James Harden was photographed wearing a “Thin Blue Line” face mask; the image is associated with pro-police organizations, mall security guards who act extra, and white supremacist groups.

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Mask Up

📸 @NBA pic.twitter.com/PFsIuJybYb

— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) July 17, 2020

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The photograph caused an uproar of Twitter, so much so that Harden’s friend Young Thug chimed in on Thursday night. “[Harden] don’t have internet so he obviously don’t know what’s right or wrong if he posted something that’s against US…”

Just so u know James harden is my brada… btw he don’t have internet so he obviously don’t know what’s right or wrong if he posted something that’s against US…but I hate when rappers get in niggas biz like it’s can’t happen to em💥 buster let niggas clear they shit up activist

— Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) July 17, 2020

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Harden confirmed on Friday that he didn’t know of the mask’s pro-cop connotations, saying that he wore it simply because he thought it “looked cool” and covered his beard. Harden further clarified that he would show support for the Black Lives Matter movement with a message on his jersey during the upcoming season.

Young Thug and Pusha-T trade Instagram shots over Drake diss on leaked Pop Smoke song

Young Thug and Pusha-T trade Instagram shots over Drake diss on leaked Pop Smoke song
Pusha-T reignited his feud with Drake on a verse on the unreleased Pop Smoke track “Paranoia.”

By Jordan Darville

July 07, 2020

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On Monday, an unreleased Pop Smoke song titled “Paranoia” leaked. The song featured Young Thug, Gunna, and Pusha-T, who used his verse to dive back into his long-standing feud with Drake.

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In his verse, Pusha-T takes aim at Drake’s use of patois and references a 2018 stage-rushing incident during Pusha’s show in Toronto. Pusha goes on to consider purchasing a home in Mississauga, a city next door to Drake’s hometown of Toronto:

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“You know reality bites/It’s chess not checkers / Those empty threats only sound good on your records / If the patois is not followed by blocka / It’s like marked for death Screwface, without the choppa / Let ‘em rush the stage when you made like Sinatra / Only to hide the blade, flyin’ back through LaGuardia / I might even buy a home out in Mississauga”

Young Thug addressed the verse in his Instagram story on Monday evening, insisting that he and his label mate Gunna were unaware of the verse’s content. “I don’t respect the pusha t verse,” Thug wrote, “I don’t have nun to do with y’all beef and neither does Gunna, and if I knew it was about him I would’ve made changes on our behalf.” Thug, who has faced homophobic accusations for most of his career, concluded his statement with “this rapper shit so gay.”

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Young Thug comments on Pusha T dissing Drake on the song ‘Paranoia’ that featured him and Gunna, which was supposed to be on Pop Smoke’s new album. pic.twitter.com/sXsSy4t65n

— THUGGER DAILY ひ (@ThuggerDaily) July 7, 2020

Pusha-T responded on Tuesday morning on his own Instagram story, backing up Thug’s claim that he didn’t know about the verse’s content. “NOBODY knew what the verse was abt,” he said. “The label heads that stopped it didn’t even know. They ONLY ASSUME because HE TOLD THEM!… And If HE’LL TELL record executives abt rap verses, God only knows what else HE’LL TELL! I don’t deal with Police Work, Police Rappers or Police Niggas!!!”

However, Pusha followed up with two more instigating statements aimed at Thug. “You were the last verse added to the song and that’s ONLY because I requested YOU!!” The statement concludes with Pusha dismissing Thug’s criticism. “I WOULD NEVER look [for] or need YOUR respect for what [it is] I bring to this rap game!!”

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AYO PUSHA T IS SNAPPINNN ON YOUNG THUG RIGHT NOW 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/3VHgeg9xFp

— King Wow (@wowthatshiphop) July 7, 2020

The FADER has reached out to representatives for Young Thug and Pusha-T for comment.

“Paranoia” was originally recorded for Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. The album was released last week and is on track for a No. 1 debut.

Aminé teams up with Young Thug on “Compensating”, announces upcoming album Limbo

Aminé teams up with Young Thug on “Compensating”, announces upcoming album Limbo
The rapper also shared details about his new album coming later this summer.

By Sajae Elder

July 06, 2020

Photo: Micaiah Carter.

 

Aminé teamed up with Young Thug on his latest single “Compensating”, a bouncy track that sounds like some semblance of summer. The rapper also shared details of how the single came together with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe on Monday.

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“I was in Toronto working with [producer] T-Minus on this song,” he told Lowe, “and I put the hook together and then Minus told me he had a session with Thug and he thought that we would mesh well together. He was the one who kind of quarterbacked the whole thing.”

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The track is the third single from his upcoming project Limbo, following “Shimmy” and “Riri.” Aminé explained the project was technically supposed to be his sophomore release after 2017’s Good For You — his second studio project OnePointFive was released in 2018. “We’ve been working on this for like two years now and I worked on this way before OnePointFive. I put out OnePointFive just as a placeholder for people,” he explained, crediting that project’s release to the unexpected success of “REEL IT IN.” “Like, everybody asking for an album…so I threw out a mixtape… [and it] gave me more time to work on this, to perfect this.”

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Limbo set to drop on August 7. Stream the song below.

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Filthy Gears – Way Back Lyrics (feat. Rocket)

[Chorus]
Way back
Man ah do this from way back
Yeah, I’m talking ’bout way back
Man ah go hard from way back
I couldn’t see you way back
So man better fall way back, yeah?
Still see me on a crowded train, not a Maybach
Putting in graft from way back
Can’t do me like Bowser, Bowser
I hop right out the struggle
Bun a Mario pipeline
Might build a castle out of the rubble
Man are grafting, grinding, no clean face
See me out with the stubble
You don’t live my life, one day in my shoes
Burst you out of your (f**king bubble)

[Verse 1]
Out of your (box), out of your (box)
Out of your (box), out of your bubble
Out of the cosy ting that you got
When you stay in at home with your bae and snuggle
Who the f**k told you you could pipe up?
Who the f**k asked for your opinion? That’s my dominion
You weren’t there when I grew
Nah, you’re just a minion
Look, despicable what? Despicable me
I’m despicable, R-O-C
Out of my nut, no K-E-T
Headed to the top of your pinnacle three
Headed to the top of your pinnacle what?
Headed to the top of your pinnacle three
Headed to the top of your pinnacle what?
Top of your pinnacle three

[Chorus]
Way back
Man ah do this from way back
Yeah, I’m talking ’bout way back
Man ah go hard from way back
I couldn’t see you way back
So man better fall way back, yeah?
Still see me on a crowded train, not a Maybach
Putting in graft from way back
Can’t do me like Bowser, Bowser
I hop right out the struggle
Bun a Mario pipeline
Might build a castle out of the rubble
Man are grafting, grinding, no clean face
See me out with the stubble
You don’t live my life, yo

[Verse 2]
Yo, I watch the market
I clocked the gap that’s bigger than Steve-O’s
I don’t rap like Young Thug’s flow, like Future, Drake or Migos
Man are more Raskit than Neutrino’s
Man are Jackson, not no Titos
Still tell a fake one to beat it
Only do favours just for a favour
f**k that, keep it
They call me Rocket, they call me Rocky
They call me Rocko, they call me Rocks
R-O-C K-E-T
Still fill the big boy shoes and socks
Came off the rocks, know what’s what
Grind don’t stop, yeah, I’m on lots
I’m on top of this, on top of that
Till we top the list, been top ah top from

[Chorus]
Way back
Man ah do this from way back
Yeah, I’m talking ’bout way back
Man ah go hard from way back
I couldn’t see you way back
So man better fall way back, yeah?
Still see me on a crowded train, not a Maybach
Putting in graft from way back
Can’t do me like Bowser, Bowser
I hop right out the struggle
Bun a Mario pipeline
Might build a castle out of the rubble
Man are grafting, grinding, no clean face
See me out with the stubble
You don’t live my life, one day in my shoes
Burst you out of your (f**king bubble)

[Bridge: Kadey James & Rocket]
Box, box
Box, bubble (Man have been doing from way back)
Oh, oh
Oh, oh (Us man ah do it from way back)
(Talk about way back, way back)
(Yo)
(Yeah)
Box, box
Box, bubble (paper)
(Man have been doing from way back)
(Us man ah do it from way back)
(Man have been doing from way back)
(Us man ah do it from way back, everyday)

[Verse 3]
Everyday, everyday
Yeah, man ah do that everyday
Everyday, everyday
Yeah, man do that everyday
What? Everyday, yeah, everyday
Yeah, man ah do that everyday
All day, like everyday
I said all day, like everyday, ayy
Look, wake up in the morning
When the birds start calling and the worms start crawling, ayy
Last night, I was too drunk and high
I was too drunk and high
Did way too much
Woke up and I still feel way too f**ked
But I’m scared of showers
So I only do the face, armpits and nuts
Get back to the work
Hoodie on low, get back to the curbs
Out the bits and the shit
When I’m dead’s the only time I’m going back to the dirt
How you mean? How you mean? Yeah
Grew up in the dirty but the heart’s still clean
What’d you mean? What’d you mean?
Never been mean, myself, Irene
Do it for the gang, do it for the fam and team
Do it for the ones that said I should’ve quit this shit
Can’t even quit this now
How you think that I can quit my dream, are you mad?

Young Thug – 420 Lyrics

Woah woah woah, yeah
Woah woah woah
Woah woah woah
Woah woah woah
We got London on da Track

[Verse 1:]
Imma charge her like a dodger
Bae im way smarter than marter
Brand new Cadillac with the spoiler
Ain’t playing games like im at the quarters
They say, they say im mean like my father
Imma fuck a nigga bitch and catch your daughter
A lot of rings on my finger like a lodder
Alot of bling living like the ?
I know the answer like a very important color
I leave the pussy nigga death no charger
And im smoking kushy kushy like jorder flooded than we take a order
Got a whole lotta rich nigga man no voice, no voice yeah
Serve a lot of muhfuckers to the front and back door trust
Go to waist nigga kushy smell in the market
Momma had a hundred bands when i mail her
Ever since the first day she never been taller
They just tryna book us all ever since the day im cooking dawgs
She just wanna nut inside her trouser
She just wanna sucky sucky my girls and my boys
She just wanna sucky sucky till i say oh lord
She gon suck it call my money longer than a cord
Momma pussy soaking wet i feel like im abort

[Interlude:]
Lil bitch tryna record
Hold up, hold up, hold up, hold up, hold up, hold up, hold up
Hold up, hold up

[Verse 2:]
Take two
I come with a few just in case you looking like you do
Imma pull up to the set with my nigga jayroo
Pussy nigga now im big and in it with my piru
Lame bitches know im not gone fuck her they the sue
Imma catch a ? with them wiping like a troup
Hop inside a foreign car tearing up the roof
Imma slide ride pass em cause they do not sell like you
420 getting geeked out my mind, hey
420 imma pop em my spine, hey
420, 420, 420 nigga, 420, 420
20
Alka setzer plus when i was standing on the block i serve the J
Nigga coming back to my whoadie and my nigga but i come and then i lay
Going to the school nigga blood nigga know im bitches late
So geeked out my mind for a wet T-C
Got a pocket full
Nose in my ring like a fucking bull

Young Thug – 1st Song Lyrics

[Intro]
Woah! Jeffery
Possibly I took some broads, aye
Jeff!
Aye aye aye aye

[Verse 1]
I just wanna smash on the first day
I just wanna smash on the first day
I just wanna smash on the first day
I just wanna smash, I’ma smash
Smash like a smash gang
Smash in my Balmains
Smash while I’m switching lanes
Smash in your maintain
When you smash you gotta maintain
Gotta smash on your main thing
Fuck her hard like my main dame, aye
I’ma smash, I’ma remain
The best that she ever saw, the best that she ever did
The best that she ever fucked, the best that she ever kissed
The best that she ever sucked, the best thing she ever did
I’ma be the best thing she ever did
Oh, oh, oh!
Prince and Michael Jackson on my jacket, gucci [?]
She bad, I make her badder, dead fresh without a casket
Hermes on my belt, no no no wrangling, no no ratchet
Smith & Wesson glocky, I’ma keep a fucking ratchet, aye
I just wanna smash
Best thing then I’m happy, yes
Buy her everything, make sure she happy, yes
Rollie-ro-ro-rollie with the Patek, yes
Got her [?] then designer sex
I’m gon’ fuck you like no other, nothing like the rest
I’ma battle with you through everything with no flesh
If I promised I’ma marry you, you ain’t gotta rush
Oh!

[Chorus: Young Thug & Sonyae Elise]
I’ma make sure that you ball with your feet up
(He gon’ make sure that I ball with my feet up)
Turn you up, I never lost with your feet up
(Turn me up, I never lost with my feet up)
Buy you diamonds, [?] with your feet up
(Buy me diamonds, [?] with my feet up)
She pregnant with my daughter with her feet up
(She pregnant with your daughter with my feet up)
Yeah, with your feet up (Ohhh)
Aye, with your feet up
Aye, with your feet up
Aye
Ohhh, with my feet up
Ohhh, with my feet up
Oh yeah, with my feet up
With my feet up
Feet up
With my feet up, nigga
Help me with my feet up, yeah
I be riding-riding-riding with my feet up
That’s my nigga, he gon’ make sure that they keep up
He gon’ make sure that they always gotta catch ’em
I don’t fuck with niggas, we be out there catching
I be rolling-rolling-rolling with ’em, yeah
I’m with boy-boy-boys sipping [?]
With my feet up

Young Thug – All My T-Shirt Designer (Sing to Ya) Lyrics

[Intro]
Hey
I done sold all these (???)
Boss talk, with the family you know what i’m saying, ya dig
Wheezy beatz
Hey

[Chorus: Young Thug]
I done got so rich all my T-shirts designers, yeah
I done stacked it up so tall need a ladder just to climb it, hey
You just got a flooded AP, why the fuck is you crying? hey
Put a big carat in your ring, sing to you like Mariah, aye
(???)
Left, right back up still got the fire
Left, the top, the right, the bottom of the closet designer
Unique, no dresser, I did it, myself, it’s all, designer

[Verse 1: Young Thug]
I poured up a four then I spiked it with a Xan now my day real slow (yeah)
Imma go big, lit, jump off it, do it slow motion
Imma go put a nigga on to the drip, gone give em’ a potion (gone give em’ a potion)
Baby speed up, can you re-up re-up
I don’t give a fuck about your past
I give you what you want just ask
Start from the front to the back
(???)
Imma spaz on her man
Imma spaz on this (???)
Fucking spaz on his mom and dad, stiff a nigga I know you love that
I turn your rocks into sand
Your named engraved it on the plane
Delta and private ain’t the same
It’s about time for your upgrade
When I give you this name
I hope you don’t change
She looked at me and replied
She said man you know i’m with the Slimes!

[Chorus: Young Thug]
I done got so rich all my T-shirts designers, yeah
I done stacked it up so tall need a ladder just to climb it, hey
You just got a flooded AP, why the fuck is you crying? Hey
Put a big carat in your ring, sing to you like Mariah, aye
(???)
Left, right back up still got the fire
Left, the top, the right, the bottom of the closet designer
Unique, no dresser, I did it, myself, it’s all, designer

[Verse 2: Desiigner]
Tell me ridin round for a nigga, tell niggas time to side for a nigga, aye
(???) that’s my little ride little nigga
We goin get it on outside little nigga
Bullets flying through the ride little nigga, aye
Overnight, (???) imma get it alright little nigga
It’ll be alright little nigga
All this lean got me drippin
(???) got me drippin, (???) got get it
Me and Young Thug, Birdman came through go get em’
All my niggas getting to the money, came back
Never fuck with you, (???) fuck with you
Rich man fuck with you, we goin chill on the paper and go get it
Double cup with two lean in the cup it’s triple, you be toting that shit and ain’t rolling with niggas
I got money, me nigga roll with a niggas, big beam and can’t keep control of it nigga

[Chorus: Young Thug]
I done got so rich all my T-shirts designers, yeah
I done stacked it up so tall need a ladder just to climb it, hey
You just got a flooded AP, why the fuck is you crying? Hey
Put a big carat in your ring, sing to you like Mariah, aye
(???)
Left, right back up still got the fire
Left, the top, the right, the bottom of the closet designer
Unique, no dresser, I did it, myself, it’s all, designer

[Verse 3: Young Thug]
Holler at your (???)
Go and tell your crew the plug
Go brazy massacre, then that lifestyle gonna boot up
Make me make a bad pull up
I’ll make a Jag pull up
Big booty imma jack uh-uh, but
If she ain’t fucking, let her cab pull up
Bout five niggas, (???)
You fuck niggas after me
The rats was chasing and they captured me
Rich school, i’m a graduate
All my old hoes harassing me, all these po-pos harassing me
How am I supposed to feel bad when every time I do it man they raid that
My paper say i’m claustrophobic, they still put me in the paddy-wagon
They wonder why we capping back at them
I fell i’m now i’m right back at it
These diamonds got these bitches staring at it
These diamonds got these niggas plotting on it
But how you gonna take something from (???), plus this blood money

[Chorus 2: Desiigner and Young Thug]
Tell me ridin round for a nigga, tell niggas time to side for a nigga, aye
(???) that’s my little ride little nigga
We goin get it on outside little nigga
Bullets flying through the ride little nigga, aye
Overnight, (???) imma get it alright little nigga
It’ll be alright little nigga
(???)
Left, right back up still got the fire
Left, the top, the right, the bottom of the closet designer
Unique, no dresser, I did it, myself, it’s all, designer

YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Genie lyrics

[Intro]
This a pain song but I’m letting everything go
I promise when I speak specifically about anything
Cuz that’s my way of showing I don’t care no more
Ima just go on with my life
Until death call my name
Aye, aye Youngboy, slime yeah
Playboy on this bitch but he ain’t playing though

[Chorus]
Too many problems (yeah)
Thinking how I’m gone solve it (yeah)
So much pain in my body (yeah)
They selling lies and I bought it (yeah)
Don’t tell me that you love me, if you ain’t going to die for me
You can stay the fuck from round me
If you ain’t gonna ride for me
Tell me you would never leave
How could you just lie to me (yeah)
Get from off your knees you ain’t got to cry to me (yeah)
I been giving all my love, tell me do you feel it
Never learn how to trust sittin’ in penitentiary
All for you I’ll take a slug baby
Who the realest had to tell her I’m a genie
I can answer wishes (yeah)

[Verse 1]
I got my static when you ride with me
We got pulled over no you ain’t going to do no time for me
I put my hands up police drew down on me
So many charges make me wanna go way over seas
Reminiscing ’bout them days I was sittin’ up in that cage
I was begging you to stay and you hung up in my face
Free Kodak, everything gettin’ slayed
They keep begging me to change
Talked to Future the other day and he say I need to change lanes (yeah)
Cause they gon’ try to count you out til you make them count you in (yeah)
Stimulate my brain (yeah, yeah) had to tell ’em I ain’t leaving out the same way I came in (yeah) (oh, fuck what i saying)
Whole lot a heron, I sell that shit right in front of my momma
Swear I would never run just like a man ima face my problems
Even when my voice fucked up
Ima spit in the booth Ima go in like a goblin
Nigga got me fucked up
Ima spin on his block, I admit that I had shot him
VVss in my chain tell that hoe Young Thug everything
Hearing voices in brain hoping everything change
I been rolling through the streets and been clutching on my heat
I put blood all on my feet and I put cameras in my trees (baby)
Said I changed on you, but I feel that you changed on me
I said my prayers and you gon’ sow just what you reap (yeah)
I been taking Adderall mixing it with lean (mixin’ it wit lean)
Hope I don’t wake in my sleep

[Chorus]
Too many problems (too many problems) (yeah)
Thinking how I’m gone solve it (yeah) (solve it, solve ’em)
So much pain in my body (yeah)
They selling lies and I bought it (yeah) (sell those lies and I bought it)
Don’t tell me that you love me, if you ain’t going to die for me (oh)
You can stay to fuck from round me
If you ain’t gonna ride for me (eh)
Tell me you would never leave
How could you just lie to me (yeah)
Get from off your knees you ain’t got to cry to me (yeah)
I been giving all my love, tell me do you feel it
Never learn, gotta trust sittin’ in penitentiary
All for you I’ll take a slug baby
Who the realest had to tell her I’m a genie
I can answer wishes (yeah) (I can answer wishes man)

[Verse 2]
Been in love never help me solve my problems (my problems)
I wish that I could find a girl just like my momma
I don’t wanna hurt nobody, but still ride around with that chopper (yeah)
Zoe life to the end, tell them free the main sniper (tell ’em free kodak)

[Outro]
Yeah (I call that)
Slatt Slatt Slatt
That’s all life
I said that’s
Slatt Slatt Slatt
Yeah

Boulevard Depo – Кащенко (Kaschenko) (feat. PowerPuff Luv) lyrics

[Интро]
PowerPuff Luv, я
Бульвар Депо
Свэг

[Куплет 1: Boulevard Depo]
PowerPuff Luv и каждый под high kick
Папа был прав — Лав стал такой тактик
Наблюдай, как я стал такой практик
Смерть держит в когтях мой огромный my dick
Две сотни лет уже я выгляжу как мальчик
Душу не продал, не был этим озадачен
Нет, я не Ратмир, и все в этот раз иначе
Выпил таблетки, ищите меня в Кащенко

[Припев]
Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко
Money flippin’ Кащенко, trappin’ out the Кащенко
Вау, Кащенко, Young Thug in Кащенко

[Куплет: PowerPuff Luv]
Нет, не прятаю в носке, деньги в сумке от «Версаче»
Попробуй достать — тебя кинут в черный ящик
Я плод с куста, ищите меня в Кащенко
Со мною Бульвар, а, бля, это я же
Прихожу на рандом к тебе в гости, гандон
Нашинкую в лапшу, накормлю весь притон
Посему, потому я торчу у Депо
В голове, как в тюрьме, абсолютное зло

[Припев]
Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко
Powerpuff in Кащенко, и Бульвар в Кащенко
Trappin’ out in Кащенко, я money flippin’ Кащенко
Бум блэм, Кащенко
Делал это в Кащенко

[Аутро]
Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко
Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко, я в Кащенко
Я в Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко, Кащенко
Кащенко, я

Playboi Carti – Choppa Won’t Miss A Nigga (feat. Young Thug) lyrics

[Intro: Young Thug]
Yeah! We ain’t wasting no time
(Yo Pi’erre, you wanna come out here?)

[Hook: Playboi Carti]
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
100 round drum killin’ everybody
100 round drum killin’ everybody
Choppa won’t miss a nigga

[Verse 1: Playboi Carti]
She hop on the dick and she split
Hop on my dick like a bitch
Suck on my dick like a tick

You a copier, Yeah you like to copy shit
You ain’t even on the style till young Carti popped the shit
I got hella hoes (woah), On some papi shit
Need to pop a bitch
Need a solid bitch, harder than a brick
Choppers on the counter, Pints all in the fridge

[Hook: Playboi Carti]
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
100 round drone killin’ everybody
100 round drone killin’ everybody
Choppa won’t miss a nigga

[Verse 2: Playboi Carti]
Out there running with my gun
Young nigga shoot for fun
Put some money on your head, I sell yo ass for 10
I got ice to match the ice, ice to match the fit
I got bitches on top of bitches, and all my bitches 10s
[?] They gon’ milly rock, just hide it in my sock
I got bitches in the lot, pouring up the pop

[Hook: Playboi Carti and (Young Thug)]
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
100 round drone killin’ everybody (yeah)
100 round drone killin’ everybody
Choppa won’t miss a nigga (grrrah, Jeffrey!)

[Verse 3: Young Thug]
30 round drum in the jean jacket
That makin’ mean my jean kinda baggy
I never go for a chain snatch
I done been done had the same jewerly
Three-twenty all on the dash
A Bentley truck is my G-Wagon
Me and the dawgs smokin’ nothin’ but nasty
Fuck the law and whoever ask it
Hit it, hit it, hit it all my bitches wit a dick so you know she eat
Cheated on my bitch, wit a bitch with bigger titties
[?] with a mothafuckin’ midget
Bank with my card, I go hard in every city
Stackin’ for the dawg, I got hoes in every city
That funny hoe, why that bitch say that [?]
[?]
I got diamonds in my face, a half a carat

[Hook: Playboi Carti and (Young Thug)]
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
Choppa won’t miss a nigga
100 round drone killin’ everybody (yeah)
100 round drone killin’ everybody
Choppa won’t miss a nigga (pew,pew,pew,pew,pew,pew!)

NBA YoungBoy – Genie

[Intro]
This a pain song but I’m letting everything go
I promise when I speak specifically about anything
Cuz that’s my way of showing I don’t care no more
Ima just go on with my life
Until death call my name
Aye, aye Youngboy, slime yeah
Playboy on this bitch put he ain’t playing though

[Chorus]
Too many problems (yeah)
Thinking how I’m gone solve it (yeah)
So much pain in my body (yeah)
They selling lies and I bought it (yeah)
Don’t tell me that you love me, if you ain’t going to die for me
You can stay to fuck from round me
If you ain’t gonna ride for me
Tell me you would never leave
How could you just lie to me (yeah)
Get from off your knees you ain’t got to cry to me (yeah)
I been giving all my love, tell me do you feel it
Never learn gotta trust sittin’ in penitentiary
All for you I’ll take a slug baby
Who the realest had to tell her I’m a genie
I can answer wishes (yeah)

[Verse 1]
I got my static when you ride with me
We got pulled over no you ain’t going to do no time for me
I put my hands up police drew down on me
So many charges make me wanna go way over seas
Reminiscing ’bout them days I was sittin’ up in that cage
I was begging you to stay and you hung up in my face
Free Kodak, everything gettin’ slayed
They keep begging me to change
Talked to Future the other day and he say I need to change lanes (yeah)
Cause they gon’ try to count you out til you make them count you in (yeah)
Stimulate my brain (yeah, yeah) had to tell ’em I ain’t leaving out the same way I came in (yeah) (oh, fuck what i saying)
Whole lot a heron, I sell that shit right in front of my momma
Swear I would never run just like a man ima face my problems
Even when my voice fucked up
Ima spit in the booth Ima go in like a goblin
Nigga got me fucked up
Ima spin on his block, I admit that I had shot him
VVss in my chain tell that hoe Young Thug everything
Hearing voices in brain hoping everything change
I been rolling through the streets and been clutching on my heat
I put blood all on my feet and I put cameras in my trees (baby)
Said I changed on you, but I feel that you changed on me
I said my prayers and you gon’ sow just what you reap (yeah)
I been taking Adderall mixing it with lean (mixin’ it wit lean)
Hope I don’t wake in my sleep

[Chorus]
Too many problems (too many problems) (yeah)
Thinking how I’m gone solve it (yeah) (solve it, solve ’em)
So much pain in my body (yeah)
They selling lies and I bought it (yeah) (sell those lies and I bought it)
Don’t tell me that you love me, if you ain’t going to die for me (oh)
You can stay to fuck from round me
If you ain’t gonna ride for me (eh)
Tell me you would never leave
How could you just lie to me (yeah)
Get from off your knees you ain’t got to cry to me (yeah)
I been giving all my love, tell me do you feel it
Never learn gotta trust sittin’ in penitentiary
All for you I’ll take a slug baby
Who the realest had to tell her I’m a genie
I can answer wishes (yeah) (I can answer wishes man)

[Verse 2]
Been in love never help me solve my problems (my problems)
I wish that I could find a girl just like my momma
I don’t wanna hurt nobody, but still ride around with that chiper (yeah)
Zole life to the end, tell them free the main sniper(tell ’em free kodak)

[Outro]
Yeah (I call that)
Slatt Slatt Slatt
That’s all life
I said that’s
Slatt Slatt Slatt
Yeah

Camila Cabello – Havana lyrics

Feat. Young Thug

[Intro: Pharrell Williams]
Hey

[Chorus: Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
Havana, ooh na-na (ayy)
Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh na-na (ayy, ayy)
He took me back to East Atlanta, na-na-na, ah
Oh, but my heart is in Havana (ayy)
There’s somethin’ ’bout his manners (uh huh)
Havana, ooh na-na (uh)

[Verse 1: Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
He didn’t walk up with that “how you doin’?” (uh)
When he came in the room
He said there’s a lot of girls I can do with (uh)
But I can’t without you
I knew him forever in a minute (hey)
That summer night in June
And papa says he got malo in him (uh)
He got me feelin’ like…

[Pre-Chorus: Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh (ayy)
I knew it when I met him (ayy), I loved him when I left him
Got me feelin’ like, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
And then I had to tell him, I had to go
Oh na-na-na-na-na (woo)

[Chorus: Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
Havana, ooh na-na (ayy, ayy)
Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh na-na (ayy, ayy)
He took me back to East Atlanta, na-na-na (uh huh)
Oh, but my heart is in Havana (ayy)
My heart is in Havana (ayy)
Havana, ooh na-na

[Verse 2: Young Thug]
Jeffery, just graduated, fresh on campus, mmm
Fresh out East Atlanta with no manners, damn (fresh out East Atlanta)
Bump on her bumper like a traffic jam
Hey, I was quick to pay that girl like Uncle Sam (here you go, ayy)
Back it on me
Shawty cravin’ on me, get to eatin’ on me (on me)
She waited on me (then what?)
Shawty cakin’ on me, got the bacon on me (wait up)
This is history in the makin’, on me (on me)
Point blank, close range, that B
If it cost a million, that’s me (that’s me)
I was gettin’ mula, baby

[Chorus: Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
Havana, ooh na-na (ayy, ayy)
Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh na-na (oh, ayy, ayy)
He took me back (uh huh) to East Atlanta, na-na-na (oh, no)
Oh, but my heart is in Havana (ayy)
My heart is in Havana (ayy)
Havana, ooh na-na

[Bridge: Starrah & Camila Cabello]
Ooh na-na, oh, na-na-na (oo-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
Take me back, back, back like…
Ooh na-na, oh, na-na-na (yeah, babe)
Take me back, back, back like…
Ooh na-na, oh, na-na-na (yeah, yeah)
Take me back, back, back like…
Ooh na-na, oh, na-na-na (yeah, babe)
Take me back, back, back
Hey, hey…
Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh (hey)
Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh (hey)
Take me back to my Havana…

[Chorus: Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
Havana, ooh na-na (hey)
Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh na-na (oh, yeah)
He took me back to East Atlanta, (ayy, ayy) na-na-na
Oh, but my heart is in Havana
My heart is in Havana (ayy)
Havana, ooh na-na

[Outro: Starrah, Camila Cabello & Pharrell Williams]
Uh huh
Oh, na-na-na (oh, na, yeah)
Oh, na-na-na
Oh, na-na-na (no, no, no, take me back)
Oh, na-na-na
Havana, ooh na-na