‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ soundtrack arrives featuring Lil Wayne, Saweetie, G-Eazy and more

Other features on the album include: Chance The Rapper, Lil Wayne, Saweetie, G-Eazy, BROCKHAMPTON, Lil Uzi Vert, Leon Bridges, John Legend, Big Freedia, Salt-N-Pepa and many more.

You can listen to the soundtrack and see its tracklisting in full below:

‘Space Jam: A New Legacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)’ tracklisting:

01. Lil Baby & Kirk Franklin – ‘We Win (Space Jam: A New Legacy)’
02. 24kGoldn – ‘Control The World’ (feat. Lil Wayne)
03. Chance the Rapper – ‘See Me Fly’ (feat. John Legend & Symba)
04. Saweetie – ‘Hoops’ (feat. Salt-N-Pepa & Kash Doll)
05. Lil Uzi Vert – ‘Pump Up The Jam’
06. SAINt JHN – ‘Just For Me’ (feat. SZA)
07. John Legend – ‘Crowd Go Crazy’
08. Jonas Brothers – ‘Mercy’
09. Lil Tecca & Aminé – ‘Gametime’
10. Dame D.O.L.L.A., G-Eazy, P-Lo & White Dave – ‘About That Time’
11. BROCKHAMPTON – ‘MVP’
12. Cordae & DUCKWRTH – ‘Settle The Score’
13. Big Freedia – ‘Goin’ Looney’
14. Joyner Lucas – ‘Shoot My Shot’
15. Leon Bridges – ‘My Guy’
16. Anthony Ramos – ‘The Best’

Meanwhile, the original Space Jam has been given a new, 4K re-release ahead of the sequel coming out this summer.

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The 1996 classic with Michael Jordan received a 4K Steelbook Blu-ray re-release on July 5 and can be purchased here.

As reported on Digital Spy, The Space Jam – Titans of Cult Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook – comes with a new commentary from director Joe Pytka as well as new artwork, vinyl stickers and a limited edition pin.

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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ soundtrack announced featuring Lil Wayne, Chance The Rapper

Watch the official unveiling of the artists featured on Space Jam: A New Legacy, starring LeBron James, below.

Space Jam: A New Legacy will arrive in UK and US cinemas – and via HBO Max – on July 16. Check out the official soundtrack below.

01. Lil Baby & Kirk Franklin – ‘We Win (Space Jam: A New Legacy)’
02. 24kGoldn – ‘Control The World’ (feat. Lil Wayne)
03. Chance the Rapper – ‘See Me Fly’ (feat. John Legend & Symba)
04. Saweetie – ‘Hoops’ (feat. Salt-N-Pepa & Kash Doll)
05. Lil Uzi Vert – ‘Pump Up The Jam’
06. SAINt JHN – ‘Just For Me’ (feat. SZA)
07. John Legend – ‘Crowd Go Crazy’
08. Jonas Brothers – ‘Mercy’
09. Lil Tecca & Aminé – ‘Gametime’
10. Dame D.O.L.L.A., G-Eazy, P-Lo & White Dave – ‘About That Time’
11. BROCKHAMPTON – ‘MVP’
12. Cordae & DUCKWRTH – ‘Settle The Score’
13. Big Freedia – ‘Goin’ Looney’
14. Joyner Lucas – ‘Shoot My Shot’
15. Leon Bridges – ‘My Guy’
16. Anthony Ramos – ‘The Best’

Pre-save the Space Jam: A New Legacy OST here.

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Last month (May 13), it was confirmed that the original Space Jam is getting a new, 4K re-release ahead of sequel A New Legacy coming out this summer.

The 1996 classic with Michael Jordan will receive a 4K Steelbook Blu-ray re-release on July 5 and can be pre-ordered here.

As reported on Digital Spy, The Space Jam – Titans of Cult Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook – comes with a new commentary from director Joe Pytka as well as new artwork, vinyl stickers and a limited edition pin.

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Lil Wayne, Birdman and Roddy Ricch team up for ‘Stunnaman’ single

 

Earlier this month (May 14), Weezy released an all-star single with Nicky Minaj and Drake, ‘Seeing Green’.

The track arrived as Minaj’s 2009 mixtape ‘Beam Me Up Scotty’ was placed on streaming services for the first time. Alongside that mixtape’s original tracks, several new tracks have been added – including her collaboration with Drake and Lil Wayne.

Another new song, ‘Fractions,’ also appears on the mixtape, as does her remix of Skillibeng’s ‘Crocodile Teeth.’

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During an Instagram Live session before the mixtape was released, Minaj also revealed that a new album is “coming soon.” It would be her first album for four years, her last being 2018’s ‘Queen‘.

The rap star has collaborated on several tracks since her last album, including ones with Tekashi 6ix9ine on the chart-topping ‘Trollz‘, and with Mike Will Made It and YoungBoy NBA for the song ‘What That Speed Bout!?’

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Calboy and Lil Wayne pay homage to Lauryn Hill in new song, ‘Miseducation’

Last month (February 18), it was revealed that Hill’s debut album had gone diamond after selling over 10 million copies in the US, making her the first ever female rapper to achieve the feat.

The Recording Industry Association of America tweeted its congratulations to Hill. “Welcome to the RIAA Diamond Club @MsLaurynHill! #TheMiseducationofLaurynHill is now a (10X) certified album!” the tweet read.

Hill’s debut album was an immediate commercial success, selling 422,624 copies in its first week and debuting at Number One in the US charts.

In the UK it peaked at Number Two, while the record has sold an estimated 20 million copies internationally.

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Earlier this month (March 1) it was revealed that Lil Wayne has a new Young Money compilation on the way.

Wayne revealed that a compilation to highlight the artists on his roster is in the works. “We about to put the compilation together with all the artists together on one album,” he told Fox Sports Radio’s Up On Game podcast.

“That sets up everything for everybody so they could start coming out with their solo projects as well.”

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Lil Wayne and Kodak Black thank Donald Trump for pardoning them before he left office

“I want to thank President Trump for recognizing that I have so much more to give to my family, my art, and my community,” he wrote. “I also want to thank @bradfordcohen for working so diligently to secure another chance for me. Love!”

I want to thank President Trump for recognizing that I have so much more to give to my family, my art, and my community. I also want to thank @bradfordcohen for working so diligently to secure another chance for me. Love!

– Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.

— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) January 21, 2021

Wayne had been facing up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty in December to one count of illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon in relation to a 2019 incident at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport.

Black also shared his thoughts, tweeting: “I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence. I Also Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love.

“It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing.”

I Want To Thank The President @RealDonaldTrump For His Commitment To Justice Reform And Shortening My Sentence. I Also Want To Thank Everyone For Their Support And Love.
It Means More Than You Will Ever Know. I Want To Continue Giving Back, Learning And Growing. @DanScavino

— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) January 20, 2021

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Black was serving a 46-month prison sentence on federal weapons charges. He was sentenced back in November 2019 after being found guilty of falsifying information on background forms while attempting to purchase firearms.

The rapper previously said he would donate $1 million to charity if Trump gave him a presidential pardon.

Wayne and Black were two of over 140 people who were pardoned or had their sentences commuted on Trump’s final day in office.

That list also notably included former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, who was a founding member of far-right media organisation Breitbart News.

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Lil Wayne releases new version of NFL anthem ‘Green And Yellow’

“I did a song before and we had a good turnout. It was successful,” Wayne said. “We had good results, and we’re going to try to do it again this time… I put a lot of time into it. I worked on it for three days, too. I don’t do that.”

The rapper added that he wanted Packers players “to hear it and be ready to run through a wall”.

.@LilTunechi on the theme song he made for the Packers playoff run:

"I want them to hear it and be ready to run through a wall. Me and Coach Matt been cool. I put a lot of time into it. I worked on it for 3 days and I usually don't do that." pic.twitter.com/yd5IkvKSD0

— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) January 15, 2021

Wayne also discussed how he became a Packers fan while growing up in New Orleans, explaining that it began with the Packers’ Super Bowl win in his home town in 1997.

“My late father, Reginald McDonald, he attended that Super Bowl – he wasn’t a fan of any of the teams there. It was just so amazing that the Super Bowl was in New Orleans,” he said.

“He came home with Green Bay championship towels… cups, hats – anything that was being given, he had it, he brought it to the house. From that moment on, I was a Green Bay Packers fan.”

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Listen to ‘Green and Yellow (Green Bay Packers Theme Song)’ below.

The ‘Green And Yellow’ update follows last October’s ‘NFL’ as the latest American football-inspired track from the artist.

Wayne and Kodak Black are also reportedly among those that US President Donald Trump is considering pardoning during the final days of his term.

Back in December, Wayne pled guilty to a federal firearms charge relating to a December 2019 incident, in which he was arrested for illegal possession of a handgun during a flight on his private jet from California to Florida. He is set to appear in court on January 28, facing a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

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Lil Wayne shares ‘B Side’ deluxe edition of ‘No Ceilings 3’ mixtape

Stream ‘No Ceilings 3 – B Side’ in full via YouTube below.

“The mixtape game seemed to be a dying art and since I’m one of the pioneers of the craft, and it played such a big part in my career, I felt it was only right to resurrect it,” Lil Wayne said of ‘No Ceilings 3’ in an interview with Complex. “Also, it’s a lot of songs out here I wanted to kill my way!”

In other news, Lil Wayne pleaded guilty to one count of illegal firearm possession this month.

The rapper – real name Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. – was charged last month for an incident in December 2019, in which the rapper had boarded a flight with a loaded .45 calibre handgun packed in his luggage.

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Carter is also being sued by his former managers Ronald Sweeney and Avant Garde Management for alleged unpaid commissions.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the two claim they are owed over $20 million in unpaid management commissions by Wayne. They claim to have managed over 30 lawsuits for the rapper, which brought in a substantial amount of money for him, and for which they allege they “received very little compensation”.

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Lil Wayne sued by former managers for alleged unpaid commissions

In the documents, Sweeney claims Wayne hired him in 2005 to help renegotiate his deal with Cash Money Records following his dispute with the New Orleans rap label.

That lawsuit was settled in 2018, and now Sweeney claims he didn’t receive proper compensation for his role in the settlement.

Sweeney and Avant Garde claim that Wayne “failed and refused to pay Plaintiffs his promised 10% of the recovery from lawsuits, 10% of the sale of master recordings owned by Lil Wayne’s record label, and then 17% in general commissions that he owes to Plaintiffs in connection with Plaintiffs’ day to day management activities.”

Lil Wayne. CREDIT: Getty Images

They added that “they worked tirelessly as Lil Wayne’s manager and close confidante for nearly 14 years” and that they managed “all of his entities, his ‘friends’, his enemies, and his lawyers.”

NME has reached out to Lil Wayne’s representatives for comment.

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Yesterday (December 12), Lil Wayne pleaded guilty to one count of illegal firearm possession.

The rapper was charged last month for an incident in December 2019, in which the rapper had boarded a flight with a loaded .45 calibre handgun packed in his luggage.

Under federal law, convicted felons are banned from possessing guns, which means Carter could face up to 10 years imprisonment. He will be handed his sentence on January 28 next year.

It follows the news that Wayne has reportedly sold the rights to his masters for $100 million.

TMZ has reported that the ‘A Milli’ rapper sold his masters to Universal Music Group back in June, but it is just being brought to public knowledge due to a pending lawsuit.

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Listen to Drake and Lil Wayne collaborate on new track ‘BB King Freestyle’

He raps: “I come with a lot of complications inside me/It’s always people misleadin’ me that’ll try and guide me/Everyone wants to try me, but no ones wants to buy me/Everyone wants to meet me, but no one wants to keep me/Everyone talkin’ lemons when everything is peachy/Everyone got they hands out, and it ain’t to reach me.”

Listen to ‘BB King Freestyle’ below:

Drake recently acknowledged that he expects some people will “hate on” his forthcoming new album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ like they did with his 2016 album ‘Views’.

Set for release in January 2021, ‘Certified Lover Boy’ will be the follow-up to June 2018’s ‘Scorpion’.

Meanwhile, Drizzy has been given Barack Obama‘s “stamp of approval” to play him in a prospective film.

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In the latest episode of Complex‘s 360 With Speedy Morman, the former United States president answered a variety of questions ranging from this year’s presidential election to the coronavirus pandemic, to his comments on rap music increasing Donald Trump’s support among Black male voters, and more.

Complex News host Speedy Morman also asked Obama if he would “give the thumbs up” for Drake to portray his likeness in a potential film or biopic.

“I will say this – Drake seems to be able to do anything he wants,” Obama replied.

“I mean, that is a talented brother. If the time comes, and he’s ready…Drake has – more importantly – my household’s stamp of approval. I suspect Malia and Sasha would be just fine with it.”

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Lil Wayne has been charged with gun possession

The charge carries a potential sentence of up to 10 years in prison. Carter previously had a weapons conviction in New York more than a decade ago, which saw him sentenced to eight months in prison.

Lil Wayne. CREDIT: YouTube

Convicted felons are barred under federal law from owning firearms.

But Carter’s lawyer, Howard Srebnick, said in an email that there are legal questions about whether mere possession of a weapon by a felon not judged to be dangerous fits the definition of a crime.

“Carter is charged with possessing a gold-plated handgun in his luggage on a private plane. There is no allegation that he ever fired it, brandished it, used it or threatened to use it,” Srebnick said. “There is no allegation that he is a dangerous person.”

He continued: “The charge is that because he was convicted of a felony in the past, he is prohibited from possessing a firearm.

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“Although the Supreme Court has not yet decided the constitutional question, Justice Amy Coney Barrett recently wrote an appellate dissenting opinion in which she stated that ‘Absent evidence that he either belongs to a dangerous category or bears individual markers of risk, permanently disqualifying [a convicted felon] from possessing a gun violates the Second Amendment’.”

Investigators also claim they found suspected illegal drugs in the luggage, but Carter has not been charged with a drug offence.

An initial court date has been set for December 11 in Miami federal court.

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Listen to Lil Wayne’s American football-inspired new song ‘NFL’

You can see the clip below.

Lil Wayne has also compiled an exclusive, 28-track Amazon Music playlist titled ‘Handpicked With Lil Wayne: Songs For Game Day’. The collection showcases established rappers as well as rising newcomers. Tune in here.

‘NFL’ follows on from the deluxe version of ‘Tha Carter V’ which arrived last month and features Post Malone, Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz. Comprised of 33 tracks, the expanded version of the 2018 album also sees Raekwon contribute to ‘More To The Story’.

Meanwhile, Lil Wayne was recently hailed by Drake for giving him “everything I have” in an emotional birthday message to the rapper. The Toronto artist credited Wayne, who turned 38 on September 27, for helping his rise to become one of the word’s most influential acts.

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Drake and Lil Wayne have reportedly discussed another joint tour

“My favourite tour of them all was this Drake vs Lil Wayne tour,” Bryant said. “The concept was crazy,” he added, referring to an interactive app given to fans at the tour, with which they could give either Drake or Wayne a “power up” while performing, in homage to Street Fighter.

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“Drake came up with the Street Fighter concept. I’m not taking credit for that. Drake came up like, ‘Yo, I got a dope ass concept.’” Bryant added. “So the Street Fighter collaboration with all the graphics and content that we had on the screen – I thought that was dope.

“It was a fun tour. We had fun every night. It was at a time when Drake had arrived as an artist. From seeing him from the inception as a superstar himself and mentor and mentee just going on the stage, having fun, talking a little shit during the whole time … And they talked about [doing a second tour]. I think we do need to do it again.”

Akon recently revealed that he turned down the chance to sign Drake when he was an unknown rapper, because he thought he “sounded like Eminem”.

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Drake is set to release his new album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ in the coming months, though it was recently revealed that the rapper failed to trademark the titular term ahead of the release of the album.

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Lil Wayne turns back the years in the video for new track ‘Big Worm’

‘Big Worm’ appears on the deluxe edition of Wayne’s Funeral album, which features eight additional tracks with guest artists such as Doja Cat, Tory Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert and Jessie Reyez.

Watch the song’s video below:

Last week, Wayne’s ‘No Ceilings’ mixtape was made available on streaming services for the first time.

In the same week, Big Sean previewed a new song called ‘Don Life’ featuring Lil Wayne.

The new song came ahead of the release of the rapper’s new album ‘Detroit 2’, which arrived on Friday (September 4). It’s a follow-up to his 2012 mixtape of the same name, which featured guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Royce Da 5’9″ and Chris Brown.

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In July, Lil Wayne shared a new version of his ‘Free Weezy Album’ on streaming services, in celebration of the project’s fifth anniversary.

Originally released in 2015, the new version that has appeared on streaming services features 12 of the record’s original 16 tracks, as well as a new song entitled ‘We Livin’ Like That’.

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Big Sean previews new song ‘Don Life’ featuring Lil Wayne

Yesterday (August 28), Sean teased more new music in the form of ‘Don Life’. The track features Lil Wayne and samples Michael Jackson’s iconic ‘Human Nature’, which Nas also sampled on 1994’s ‘It Ain’t Hard To Tell’.

Sharing ‘Don Life’ on Twitter, Sean wrote: “8 years ago I did this wit the 1st Detroit Mixtape where I previewed a few songs wit short visuals, so it’s only right we run it back! Song: Don Life (1 of my favorites).”

The track comes with a set of black and white visuals – you can watch them below.

Earlier this month, Nas released his 13th studio album ‘Kings Disease’. Big Sean appeared on it along with the likes of Anderson .Paak, Charlie Wilson, Lil Durk and more. 

Meanwhile, Big Sean has spoken about grieving the loss of his ex-fiancée and former Glee star Naya Rivera, who died last month.

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The news of Rivera’s death was confirmed after her body was found on July 13 in Lake Piru, California, where she went missing on July 8. The actor had been on a boat trip with her four-year-old son, who later told authorities that his mother disappeared under the lake water.

Sean and Rivera, 33, were engaged between 2013 and 2014.

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Lil Wayne releases reworked ‘Free Weezy Album’ to mark project’s fifth anniversary

You can stream the 2020 version of the album, which is released under the title ‘FWA’ below.

Earlier this week, meanwhile, Wayne honoured the late Kobe Bryant during the BET Awards by performing an updated rendition of his 2009 track named after the basketball star who died in a helicopter accident earlier this year.

During the performance, the rapper touched on the NBA star’s legacy and spoke directly to his family.

“Heart goes out to Vanessa and the whole Black Mamba family,” Wayne rapped during his performance of the track.

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Lil Wayne’s album, ‘Funeral’, was released in February. NME gave the record three stars, saying “some artists will always be young-at-heart, and the influential rapper continues to cut a spritely figure on his 13th studio album”.

Last month, the rapper shared a deluxe version of the album, which featured collaborations with Doja CatLil Uzi Vert and Jessie Reyez, among others.

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Lil Uzi Vert says new album will embrace the sound of his old music: “I’m back on my shit”

A fan tweeted the rapper, asking him: “are we gonna feel the energy through the songs like old uzi music?”

Uzi replied: “Yes I had 2 get my feet wet again if you here my new features I’m back on my shit.”

Yes I had 2 get my feet wet again if you here my new features I’m back on my shit 🛸 https://t.co/b2GngL5x8F

— BABY PLUTO 🌎☄️💕® (@LILUZIVERT) May 16, 2020

After releasing ‘Eternal Atake’ in March, Uzi shared an expanded version of the album, featuring a whole second disc and taking the tracklisting to 32 songs.

Reviewing ‘Eternal Atake’, NME wrote: “Inspired by Greek mythology, this sprawling record sees Uzi confirm his status as a modern great whose releases act as timestamps for rap.

“Lil Uzi Vert still has the game in a chokehold,” the review continued. He’s been making masterpieces for five years now; his body of work offers timestamps for different eras of rap music in that period. And here, again, he has made another record that will stay close to the hearts of a generation of rap fans. He is surely our generation’s Lil Wayne.”

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Meanwhile, Paramore‘s Hayley Williams recently said that she turned down a track with Lil Uzi Vert over fears that such a collaboration would give her uncomfortable levels of fame.

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Eminem and Lil Wayne admit googling their own lyrics to avoid repetition

“Oh my God,” Eminem responded, “I swear to god, I do that too!” Wayne said that it was a marker of how long the pair had been working in the industry, adding: “Soon as you go to my Safari, it’s gonna be ‘Lil Wayne lyrics.’”

You can watch the full clip below, with the discussion about googling lyrics starting around the 9:30 mark.

Eminem also revealed during the conversation that he is recording new material while in lockdown – and that he can’t wait for “us to be able to get past this thing.”

“I’m writing,” he said, after Wayne asked him what he was up to. “I’m writing and recording a little bit, not as much as I normally do, but it’s all good.

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“I’m just waiting for this, us, being able to get past this thing, whenever that’s gonna be.”

The rapper, whose latest album ‘Music To Be Murdered By’ was described as “eccentric” in a three-star NME review, also recently declared 2Pac as the “greatest songwriter” of all-time.

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Dakillah – SKYS4U lyrics

Honey the sky is for you
And i’m not mean
Is that somebody
Gave you their heart but your drunk of my blood
We both known that i love it
We both known that i love it

Papi vamos tranquilos, yo te quiero llevar
A donde no existe el ruido, el horario o forma de pensar
Donde solo somos nosotros y no nos van a molestar
Donde no importan los otros, vamos, no la vas a pasar mal

Quiero tirarme con vos a nadar
Tus ojos y mi risa flotando en un cielo de nubes blancas pintadas en un mar
Todo perfecto, ni yo me lo creo, pero te lo puedo jurar
Dame la mano y no vayas a soltar
Los dos en una playa en Dubai
Tu orden mi ley, lo siento llegar
No story no fake y que estemos de mas

Nuestras relación es rara
Y eso es parte del juego
Peleamos, cortamos y nos vemos de nuevo
Me ama, lo amo, me quiere, lo quiero
Pero algunas veces jugamos a distintos juegos
Y aunque ya no sé si puedo

Esta medio loco, es lindo y caballero
Chamuya re piola en la vida de rapero
No anda con zorras, y aunque yo soy forra
El dice que soy su trofeo

Ya fue, nos vemos
Desde que lo conozco no creo que nadie llegue a ser tan bueno
Teniéndote cerca no hay momentos feos
Estando con vos como no alardeo

Mi negro te adoro, sos todo, quiero regalarte una vida de oro
Subirte a mi yate y llevarte al Caribe a buscar un tesoro
Hacer diez temas, susurro los coros, nunca me dejes, te ruego
Que sin dos adentro del juego, no se puede jugar de a uno solo

Soñandote con los ojos abiertos
Siendo tu reina imaginando un cuento
Abrazao a mi gana, pegao a mí cuerpo
Pasao por tu cara tirao por el tiempo
Dame, dame, dame mimos y besos, pasame la mano por toda la espalda
Yo estaré al par de tu concierto escuchando tus temas, moviendo la nalga

Quiero ser tu Nicky, que seas mi Lil Wayne
Moverme como Rihanna y que me agarre como Drake
Mirarte como Hannah diciendo “shut up and obey”
Arrancándote las penas, corro como Kanye West

Todavía queda time, come on papi we´re not late
Yo no quiero a cualquiera, quiero que vos seas mi Messi
No quiero horas buenas para decir goodbay; it´s okay

Honey the sky is for you
And i’m not mean
Is that somebody
Gave you their heart but your drunk of my blood
We both known that i love it
We both known that i love it

Rey, rey, rey, rey, rey, hacelo por mí
Don´t stay, stay, stay, stay, stay, hacelo por mí
Rey, rey, rey, rey, rey, hacelo por mí
This isn´t fake, fake, fake, fake, fake, but now this is it

Me voy pa la cima y te llevo conmigo
Teniéndome encima no hay chances de dormirnos
Si no llego arriba, corre que te sigo
Haciendo movidas, sabiendo lo que perdimos

Ahora estando en la mía baby
A lo que no vimos
Nos usamos aunque nos amamos
Soy mala, sos malo, en el tiempo surgimos
Por más que lo nuestro es fuerte
La suerte ésta vez no se quiso ir conmigo

La próxima gritemosle a la luna fuck haters
Don´t stop baby, un beso y nos fuimos
Don´t stop baby, un beso y nos fuimos

Honey the sky is for you
And i’m not mean
Is that somebody
Gave you their heart but your drunk of my blood
We both known that i love it
We both known that i love it

Rey, rey, rey, rey, hacelo por mí
Don´t stay, stay, stay, stay, hacelo por mí
Rey, rey, rey, rey, hacelo por mí
This isn´t fake, fake, fake, fake, but now this is it

DJ Mustard – Face Down (feat. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG & Lil Boosie) lyrics

[Intro: yg]
Now you know who I am right?
Mustard on the beat ho

[Hook: Lil Boosie]
I got a fire red bone who go all night long, Boos
She like her *ss tooted up and her face down
She like her *ss tooted up and her face down
She like her *ss tooted up and her face down
Face down, face down
She like her ass tooted up and her face down
Face down, face down
She like her ass tooted up and her face down

[Verse 1: Lil Wayne]
She got a diamond in her pearl tongue
It shine everytime she cums
Bling, bling, up in this motherfucker
Make up on my sheets and on my shirt
And on my briefs, she get on my nerves
But I don’t say shit cause she too sweet
She ride this **** up and down the street
She like when it hurt, I like when it’s free
It must be the bird, it must be the bees
I think I said I love her, I was half asleep
I was caught in the moment
Yea, then I was gone in the mornin’
She called my phone in the mornin’ and started moanin’ and groanin’
While I be home in a moment
She say she work tonight, you better work tonight
And leave out that motherfucker with some merchandise
I ain’t playin’ with ya, you got some shit with ya
I’m a lil ****a, but I’m a big tipper
Cause it ain’t nothin’ to me, but you gotta work for it
Grind, grindin’ on that wood, you got a surfboard

[Hook:]

[Verse 2: Big Sean]
Now I’m the boy she wanna ride with
She gone lie for me, kill for me, even shoplift
First class ticket, seat 1A
If I put her any closer she’ll be riding in the cockpit
Took her to Benihanas, she can’t even hold the chopsticks
She put her face down and hold her ass up like a hostage
Oh my God, I’m in love with a porn star
I’m in love with a foreign car, they both topless
I done tricked off a gold Rollie wrist watch
Man, I’m tired of dealing with these hoes but my **** not
So, I’mma make me that 7-11 pitstop
She leaned over like I love you, I’m just like **** stop
You done ****ed about have a [?]
If I wife you they gone talk about me like I’m Chris Bosh
Now I done got the honey moon suite for common courtesy
The honey moon suite? Hell yeah it’s our one night anniversary ****

[Hook:]

[Verse 3: yg]
Yea, I’mma start off in la
I got a **** named Shawntae
I let her ride my **** and ever since then
She been worshipin’ Christmas break
She like ****in’ in the back seat
I know your ho like ****in’ in a taxi
Always hanging with them athletes
I ain’t trippin’, she like tricks, so I lead her to the athletes
Might fly to Atlanta and take a trip
It’s ho Heaven, all the bad ****es strip
Hold up, I got a **** that work at Onyx
I got her hooked on a **** like it’s phonics
I got a Philly **** always playing Meek shit
My ex says I’m a dog, don’t put me on a **** then
I’m finna fly to Japan in a couple weeks
That means I’m finna have some foreign linen in my sheets

[Hook:]

[Verse 4: Lil Boosie]
I gotta chick out Mississippi, she gold too
Thick thighs, nice legs, soul food
My decent chick had [?]
Yippee-yi-yo, ride that thing like that
My Oakland girl called up my smokin’ girl
She like to smoke a couple blunts fore we show the world
Got a chick out Tallahassee, she a cougar
She call me [?], I gave her, her groove back, she groovy
My Harlem chick, all we do is make movies
She like to see another bad chick eat Boosie
My Chitown chick, we have a gangster time
She from the West side, [?] s** life
Can’t forget about H-Town
She like her ass tooted up and her face down
I want her right now
Gotta have something close to home
I got a fire red bone that go all night long, Boos

[Hook:]

T-Pain Files Lawsuit Against Lil Wayne Over Royalties For “Carter 3”


T-Pain slaps Lil Wayne with a lawsuit for $500,000 owed to him from “Tha Carter III” album.

T-Pain and Lil Wayne will likely not be doing anymore music together after the auto-tune singer threw the Young Money emcee a curve ball in the form of a lawsuit. TMZ reported that T-Pain’s company Nappy Boy Productions has filed a lawsuit against Young Money Records for hundreds of thousands of dollars owed. According to the suit, T-Pain produced Lil Wayne’s song “Get Money” which also features the hip hop singer.

Pain also added that his artists Young Fyre also produced the song “How to Hate” on Wayne’s album “Tha Carter IV” but never get paid. T-Pain says that the deal was for Young Money to pay him royalties which was not forthcoming. The album “Tha Carter III” was released in 2008 and sold 3.2 million copies in the United States alone.

T-Pain believes that he and his artist Young Fyre are owed at least $500,000 and he wants Young Money to pay up. This is the latest lawsuit in the ongoing legal battle between Lil Wayne, Birdman and Cash Money. Young Money is a subsidiary of Cash Money Records. Weezy is already suing Cash Money for $51 million and says he wants a judge to release him from the label for breach of contract.

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


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

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

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

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

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

I Swear https://t.co/y8M6ch1bEs

— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) October 22, 2017

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

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

— j (@jaee_layne) October 22, 2017

Gtfoh ?

— Sir Jewlz (@SirJewlz) October 22, 2017

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

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

Rick Ross Asks Birdman What Will It Take To Pay Lil Wayne


Rick Ross keeps his foot on Birdman’s neck in a new video where he asked the rap mogul to pay Lil Wayne.

Last week, Birdman went on an epic rant on Instagram Live cursing out his critics including Rick Ross while telling them to stop speaking on his feud with Lil Wayne. As we all know, the Cash Money honcho owes Weezy millions of dollars and has even shelved his last album Tha Carter V. While Wayne has not said anything since that rant, Rozay responded with one simple message, pay that man his money.

“Am riding with a couple homies we gonna go grab a bite to eat,” Rick Ross said. “It just ran across my mind like damn I wonder if Birdman paid that man [Lil Wayne] yet, pay that man. Pay that man that man sold a million the first week, god damn what that man got to do to get his money, what that man got to do for you to pay him. Sell 10 million in the first two days then you don’t pay the man, god damn that man let you sweet ni**as ride around for a very long time man. Go and get a loan and pay that man.”

Rick Ross posted a couple more clips of himself calling out Birdman for his reputation of not paying people he worked with. The MMG rapper even dared Birdman to come at him. “You know where am at I am about to get me some lemon pepper wings,” he said. During his rant, Birdman claimed that Lil Wayne is his son and he will make sure that he is straight because he took Wayne from nothing and made him into something. But according to Rozay, he used Weezy to make millions and then refused to pay the Young Money rapper what he is owed.

#rickross to #birdman pay that man his money

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#birdman have some things to get off his chest #lilwayne

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Nicki Minaj Talks Male Counterpart: “I got to prove myself a hundred times”


Nicki Minaj covers T Magazine’s Great Issue and she made some interesting revelations in her cover story.

Despite all the chatters about the female hip hop scene currently, Nicki Minaj is still very much the leading female artist in the genre, a title she earned herself with her hard work and dedication over the years. In her interview with Time, the Young Money rapper spoke in depth about her career including her upcoming album and her vast catalog.

“I kind of love that I’ve had to go through so many hurdles to get where I am because I feel like I deserve it,” she said. “I had so much going against me in the beginning: being black, being a woman, being a female rapper. No matter how many times I get on a track with everyone’s favorite M.C. and hold my own, the culture never seems to want to give me my props as an M.C., as a lyricist, as a writer. I got to prove myself a hundred times, whereas the guys that came in around the same time as I did, they were given the titles so much quicker without anybody second-guessing.”

Nicki Minaj and Drake broke onto the rap scene at the same time in 2009 when Lil Wayne signed both of them to Young Money/Cash Money. Other rappers like Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole broke onto the scene after the two Young Money titans and all three male emcees, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole are often mentioned in the discussion about the top five rappers of this generation. Nicki Minaj, on the other hand, is often seen as just a regular rapper doing her thing, despite for years being the only female out there putting in the work.

“I believe in my gift wholeheartedly,” Minaj said. “Sometimes I wake up and say, ‘I don’t know if I can do this anymore,’ you know? I’ve had those times. I’ve had those years where I’m just like, ‘Am I good enough?’” But then she wholeheartedly believe that she was meant to withstand what regular girls can’t.

Nicki Minaj is currently working on her new album but still hasn’t given any concrete details like release date and title. Nevertheless, she said its the most free she has ever been since her mixtape days to make the music that she wants to make.

You can read her full spread here.

Nicki Minaj Says She Is Why Female Rappers Are Popping Again

Nicki Minaj accomplishments in hip hop over the last decade cannot go unnoticed, but is she the reason why female rappers are popping again.

Since breaking onto the rap scene in 2009, Nicki Minaj has dominated female rap and even won over some of the big boys in the game with whom she has collaborated with over the years including JAY-Z, Eminem, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne. At one point, she was the most heavily featured artist in the game, with every rapper on the planet wanting a verse from her. That demand for her service lead her to dominate the Billboard Hot 100 chart and now she is the female artist with the most entries on that chart in history after surpassing the great Aretha Franklin.

Achievements like those would take a lot of artists their entire career to get, but it took her a little less than a decade after Lil Wayne took a chance with her in the late 2000s after watching her rap on a DVD. During her recently cover story in XXL, Nicki Minaj opened up about her impact on hip hop culture over the years and what she said a lot of her fans will agree with her. She is among several other rappers featured on the Magazine’s 20th anniversary issue.

“My role in hip-hop has been super unique because when my first album came out, there had been so much time where there wasn’t a female rap album out that went platinum,” she said. “There wasn’t a big female rap presence right before I got in. So, my role was reintroducing the female rapper to pop culture. I don’t think we got that much credit. I think female rappers have always been dope and influential, but I think I sort of came in at a time where big business was paying attention, so I was able to capitalize off of a lot of deals and business ventures.”

Nicki Minaj is currently working on her new album which she hope will spawn her first Billboard Hot 100 number one hit and perhaps win her that long overdue Grammy award. Some fans will see her statement as a shot at Cardi B, but clearly she is speaking on female rap in general.

Rick Ross Responds To Birdman Epic Meltdown Over Lil Wayne Beef

Rick Ross has shared his reaction to Birdman’s epic meltdown on Instagram Live today over Lil Wayne’s beef.

Rozay was perhaps the main person who Birdman was speaking about in his expletive-laced rant. Basically he was telling the MMG Bawse not to speak on his business when he knows nothing about it. Last year, Rick Ross famously dissed the Cash Money Records honcho on an entire single “Idols Become Rivals.” Birdman never responded to the diss record at least not until now and Rozay thinks its too little too late.

“Boy, you a year late, and five years late paying that man his money,” Rick Ross said. “Pay that man his money. We know you ain’t right. Stop with the jokes, n***a. Bring that shit. Bring it. Have no fear. All that talkin’ sh*t, nuh-uh, all that shit don’t work round here baby. We’ll put you in check n***a, we’ll put you somewhere else.”

Birdman owes Lil Wayne millions and that was one of the topics of contention from Ross on his single “Idols Become Rivals.” Baby has made a name for himself not paying his artists and seems Lil Wayne has had enough and wants to leave Cash Money. He is also suing his longtime mentor and friend for $51 million. Rick Ross ended the video saying “Shut up and pay n***as” in reference to Lil Wayne. Let’s see if Baby will respond to this latest threat from Rozay and will he call his name just like the Bawse did. Maybe they can sit down and talk about this and resolve the issue like two grown men, but don’t hold your breath because it also means that Birdman will have to pay Weezy what he is owed.

Nevertheless, we all hope that this feud doesn’t get physical and stays on social media and in the music.

#rickross responds to #Birdman

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#birdman have some things to get off his chest #lilwayne

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Big Tymers Birdman and Mannie Fresh Doing A Reunion Show

Birdman and Mannie Fresh, aka Big Tumers, are getting ready for their first reunion show.

The duo made a lot of hits between the late 1990s and early 2000s including “No. 1 Stunna,” “Still Fly,” “Ballin’,” and “This Is How We Do.” Big Tymers are getting ready to take you down memory lane with a 20th anniversary reunion concert on October 27th at The Maison. “20 years ago and now Ballers Ball #8 BIG TYMERS. Tickets on sale Today,” Mannie Fresh wrote on Instagram.

There is also some rumors about Birdman planning a Cash Money Reunion tour. There are no official confirmation about that tour from Baby and even if he would hope to make it a reality, he would have to do it without Lil Wayne. Birdman and Wayne are not on speaking terms and Weezy is even suing him for $51 million and regularly take shots at him and the label at his shows. These days everytime that Cash Money is in the news it’s almost certainly will remind us of Birdman and Lil Wayne bitter fallout and subsequent legal battle.

This Big Tymers reunion concert isn’t bothering Lil Wayne because he has been busy touring and recording new music. The concert will also see guest appearances from B.G., Juvenile, Hot Boys, and Bun-B.

20 years ago and now Ballers Ball #8 BIG TYMERS. Tickets on sale Today!!!! Www.maisonfrenchmen.com. ??????

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Rihanna, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd Reacts To Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Celebrities including Rihanna, Lil Wayne, and The Weeknd have all shared their reaction to the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history in Las Vegas.

The world is currently mourning the deadliest mass shooting event on U.S. soil in Las Vegas on Sunday night (October 2). A lone gunman wrecked havoc at a Country Music festival leaving at least 59 persons dead and another 500 plus injured from gunshots and stamped. The shooter has been identified as as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nev., according to police officers. A motive for the attack is not yet known, but the incident has been deemed the deadliest mass shooting in United States history.

Fortunately, police officers were quick on the scene or else the shooting could have been a lot worst. Cops burst into his hotel room where they discovered Paddock deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Officers also found an arsenal of high powered weapons in the gunman’s hotel room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Vegas. “Sheriff Lombardo said that Mr. Poddack brought in at least 10 suitcases into his hotel room over a period of time,” New York Times reported.

Like the rest of us, celebrities are in shocked and are sharing their reaction on Twitter and Instagram. “Saying a prayer for all the victims & their loved ones, also for the residents & visitors of Las Vegas! This was a horrific act of terror,” Rihanna wrote, while The Weeknd added, “Waking up to this horrible news in Las Vegas is so heartbreaking. My thoughts and prayers go out to those who were tragically involved.” Other celebrities who have weighed in includes John Legend, Ciara, Kelly Rowland, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Monica, Usher. Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Zendaya, Mariah Careyt, and more.

“Don’t even know what to say. To be in Vegas while this is happening, brings a pain to my heart. My team and I are safe Thank God! Prayers up,” Trey Songz tweeted.

Saying a prayer for all the victims & their loved ones, also for the residents & visitors of Las Vegas! This was a horrific act of terror!!

— Rihanna (@rihanna) October 2, 2017

Waking up to this horrible news in Las Vegas is so heartbreaking. My thoughts and prayers go out to those who were tragically involved

— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) October 2, 2017

Don't even know what to say. To be in Vegas while this is happening, brings a pain to my heart. My team and I are safe Thank God! Prayers up

— Trey Songz (@TreySongz) October 2, 2017

?? for Vegas.

— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) October 2, 2017

Devastating – prayers to those affected by the senseless act of domestic terrorism in Las Vegas. My heart goes out to each of you. ??

— KELENDRIA ROWLAND (@KELLYROWLAND) October 2, 2017

My heart is breaking for Las Vegas. We need love, unity, peace, gun control & for people to look at this & call this what it is = terrorism.

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 2, 2017

Heartbroken by the tragedy that occurred in Las Vegas. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this senseless act of violence.

— Usher Raymond IV (@Usher) October 2, 2017

The news from Las Vegas is heartbreaking. Devastating.

— John Legend (@johnlegend) October 2, 2017

This is terrorism plain and simple. Terror bares no race, gender or religion. Democrats & Republicans please unite now #guncontrol ??

— xoxo, Gaga (@ladygaga) October 2, 2017

Praying for our world and families affected by all these tragedies. My heart is broken from all that's happening. #HealTheWorld ??

— Ciara (@ciara) October 2, 2017

Horrified to hear about the shooting in #LasVegas. My thoughts are with the victims and their families. Praying for everyone's safety ??

— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) October 2, 2017

Lord help us

— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) October 2, 2017

Sick to my stomach watching footage from Vegas ?Sending my love and prayers ????

— Karrueche Tran (@karrueche) October 2, 2017

no one needs weapons like the one used in vegas. please don't tell me that's for deer hunting

— vino bambino (@VicMensa) October 2, 2017

Blood donation centers below #LasVegas pic.twitter.com/O9InGWW3P9

— Jennifer Lopez (@JLo) October 2, 2017

Demi Lovato & Lil Wayne Drop New Song “Lonely” [Listen]

Demi Lovato teams up with Lil Wayne on a new single “Lonely” take a listen below.

The soulful joint is featured on the pop singer’s new album Tell Me You Love Me and was produced by DJ Mustard. While Lovato sings about loneliness and heartbreaks, Weezy comes through with a killer verse with a little Auto-Tune. “He felt just like you / His arms, his lips / His promises were just as smooth / His grip, it fit though I’ll admit that,” Lovato sings.

“B**ch can’t even say I miss you back over the fu**in’ text / Every time you slept over my pad, you over fu**in’ slept / Toni Braxton told me to breathe again, don’t hold no fu**in’ breath / Gave your ass directions to my heart, and your ass busted left,” Tunechi raps.

Demi Lovato previously collaborated with Lil Wayne on his R&B single “How To Love” and she has previously worked with female rappers like Iggy Azalea and Missy Elliott. Her new album Tell Me You Love Me also features her smash hit “Sorry Not Sorry” a song that she said JAY-Z helped her picked out as the first single off the project. “I played JAY-Z both songs,” Demi said in an interview with Noisey. “He said ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ because it was lighthearted. He was like, ‘A lot of people see you do the emotional thing all the time, but they don’t see you have fun!’ And I was like, ‘That’s such a good point.’ And [his opinion] kind of persuaded other people, too.”

Listen to Demi Lovato and Lil Wayne new song “Lonely” below.

Ty Dolla Sign, Lil Wayne, Imagine Dragons, Wiz Khalifa, Logic – Sucker For Pain lyrics

I torture you
Take my hand through the flames
I torture you
I’m a slave to your games
I’m just a sucker for pain
I wanna chain you up
I wanna tie you down
I’m just a sucker for pain (Dolla Sign!)

I’m a sucker for pain
I got the squad tatted on me from my neck to my ankles
Pressure from the man got us all in rebellion
We gon’ go to war, yeah, without failure
Do it for the fam, dog, ten toes down, dog
Love and the loyalty that’s what we stand for
Alienated by society, all this pressure give me anxiety
Walk slow through the fire
Like, who gon’ try us?
Feeling the world go against us
So we put the world on our shoulders

I torture you
Take my hand through the flames
I torture you
I’m a slave to your games
I’m just a sucker for pain
I wanna chain you up
I wanna tie you down
I’m just a sucker for pain

I been at it with my homies
It don’t matter, you don’t know me
I been rollin’ with my team, we the illest on the scene
I been riding ’round the city with my squad
I been riding ’round the city with my squad
We just posted, getting crazy, living like this is so amazing
Hold up take a step back, when we roll up, cause I know what
We been loyal, we been fam, we the ones you trust in
Won’t hesitate to go straight to your head like a concussion
I know I been bustin’, no discussion for my family
No hesitation, through my scope I see my enemy
Like what’s up? Hold up, we finna re-load up
Yes I re-load up, I know what up, I know what up

I torture you
Take my hand through the flames
I torture you
I’m a slave to your games
I’m just a sucker for pain
I wanna chain you up
I wanna tie you down
I’m just a sucker for pain

I’m devoted to destruction
A full dosage of detrimental dysfunction
I’m dying slow but the devil tryna rush me
See I’m a fool for pain, I’m a dummy
Might cut my head off right after I slit my throat
Tongue kiss a shark, got jealous bitches up in the boat
Eating peanut butter and jelly fishes on toast
And if I get stung I get stoked, might choke
Like I chewed a chunk of charcoal
Naked in the North Pole
That’s why my heart cold, full of sorrow, the lost soul
And only Lord knows when I’m coming to the crossroads
So I don’t fear shit but tomorrow
And I’m a sucker for pain, it ain’t nothing but pain
You just fuckin’ complain, you ain’t tough as you claim
Just stay up in your lane, just don’t fuck with Lil Wayne
I’mma jump from a plane or stand in front of a train
Cause I’m a sucker for pain

Used to doing bad, now we feel like we just now getting it
Ain’t got no other way so we started and finished it
No pain, no gain
Never stand down, made our own way
Never going slow, we pick up the pace
This is what we wanted from a young age
No emotion, that’s what business is
Lord have mercy on the witnesses

I torture you
Take my hand through the flames
I torture you
I’m just a sucker for pain

More pain
Got me begging, begging, begging, begging, begging
For more pain
Got me begging, begging, begging, begging, begging
For more pain
Got me begging, begging, begging, begging, begging
For more pain
Got me begging

Running back – Wale feat. Lil Wayne lyrics

Lyrics Wale – Running back

B*tches want money stacks, I just want my percent
She told me to hit the hole, I used to play running back
You niggas be fumbling, don’t you give ’em no gun again
These b*tches be flying out, yeah, ’cause money be coming in
Said the money be coming in, the money be coming in
The money be coming in, the money be coming in
See you niggas just run your mouth, yeah
My niggas, we run this shit
The money be coming in, the money be coming in.

Look, my b*tch is on Tumblr, your b*tch need a tummy tuck
Since Jesus and Nazareth, the realest you’ve come across
I be with killers just coming home
They only hope is me and the Quran
They only wish is for a new chain
But they stuck up in the ankle bracelet
I get the money stacked, see the moon’s where it’s sunny at
And I move where the realest be
And the quickest, see baby, you gettin’ lapped
Yeah, the DMV on the map
That’s a city, two states if you can count
I’m as real as I say, I never lie
So whenever I go, know I’m runnin’ back.

B*tches want money stacks, I just want my percent
She told me to hit the hole, I used to play running back
You niggas be fumbling, don’t you give ’em no gun again
These b*tches be flying out, yeah, ’cause money be coming in
Said the money be coming in, the money be coming in
The money be coming in, the money be coming in
See you niggas just run your mouth, yeahhh
My niggas, we run this shit
The money be coming in, the money be coming in.

These b*tches want money stacks
Me? I want a hundred stacks
These b*tches selling their soul
Well, I want my money back
She bounce it like jumping jacks, but she got a funny ass
Look what them booty shots done to that
That b*tch need her money back, Lord
She like the finer things, she said I sent her a diamond ring
She say I buy her all kinds of things
She lie about everything
I put her on time out and everything
I cut the b*tch off like a thread of string
These hoes’ll say about anything
‘Cause they know that y’all believe everything
That’s why I get high about every day
All of this fog like the weather change
Turn the strip club to a hurricane
We got that cocaine, snow flurry gang
And we do not play games ’bout money, mane
She do something strange for money, mane
Yeah, I used to play running back
I turnt that football to a money bag, I’m gone.

B*tches want money stacks, I just want my percent
She told me to hit the hole, I used to play running back
You niggas be fumbling, don’t you give ’em no gun again
These b*tches be flying out, yeah, ’cause money be coming in
Said the money be coming in, the money be coming in
The money be coming in, the money be coming in
See you niggas just run your mouth, yeah
My niggas, we run this shit
The money be coming in, the money be coming in.

We balling, we balling
Balling (balling), hey darling (hey darling)
Sweet darling (hey darling), you know we ballin’
We balling, Wale, f*ck with me
Mula baby!
Yeah, Blue Moon, yeah
We gon’ ball all season, whole season and post-season
For no reason, f*ck with meee.
Wale lyrics
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