Saint Punk – Closer Tonight

[Armada music]

As we live through the night,
and I toss and I turn,
and I feel us fading light
My body’s aching out
and I can’t find myself away from us
and I say it’s over now, it’s over now
Just hold my body closer tonight
Just hold my body closer tonight

[Drop]

Just hold my body closer tonight
Just hold my body closer tonight
Just hold my body closer tonight

As it fades into the night
The shut doors run, the faith is lost in sight
Finding for the time, the time
and I can’t find myself away from us
and I say it’s over now, it’s over now
Just hold my body closer tonight
Just hold my body closer tonight

[Drop]

Just hold my body closer tonight
Just hold my body closer tonight
Just hold my body closer tonight

Storefront Church – After the Alphabets

Little man, have you kept up those numbers
I can see the nails in your teeth
and the clock stuck in your eyes

You are never important,
You are everything

This is no measure of your worth
The screen in your eyes will fade out
Hang in for a way out
A way out

After the alphabets
There will only be insects
After the alphabets
There will only be insects
We are the white hair
We are the snow
Wе are the white hair
On a dying facе
We are the white hair
We are the snow
We are together
We are the snow

Burn the pages
With your name on them
Turn and face them
And walk your own way
We are the echoes of the future
Children of present and past
The waters are rising fast
We are the echoes of the future
Children of present and past
The waters are rising fast
We are the echoes of the future
Children of present and past
The waters are rising fast
We are the echoes of the future
Children of present and past
The waters are rising fast

Rising fast.

Storefront Church – Total stranger

[Guitars intro]

Eyes tight shut, knows what you’ve been doing
You mind, and I know that’s true
Eyes tight shut, no way to turn and leave you
I’ll never give up waiting for the moment
Just you & I are in the room
I’ll never give up on my angel,
I’m waiting forever for you

There’s a photo of us it hasn’t happened yet
The past is just a tale I tell myself
A photo of us that just doesn’t exist
It’s the only thing that’s pulling me through

[Chorus:]
Flowers bloom from the gold street lights
When you approach me in my mind
I, I lose my way without you,
I’ll tell you one the day that I meet you
I love you, until the streetlights fade
I love you, you feel so blue

[Guitars break]

I never was enough, you took the dog and children
Something that you’d never do
I never was enough, I’ll sign the damn papers
and I’m good & ready

Eyes tight shut waiting for the moment
Just you & I in the room
Eyes tight shut, I’ll blaze through the fires of Hell for you

[Chorus:]
Flowers bloom from the gold street lights
When you approach me in my mind
I, I lose my way without you,
I’ll tell you one the day that I meet you
I love you, until the streetlights fade
I love you, you feel so blue

You feel so blue
You feel so blue

[Guitars/vocal outro]

Django Django – Waking Up Ft. Charlotte Gainsbourg (Free Love Remix)

Django Django

Waking Up Ft. Charlotte Gainsbourg (Free Love Remix)


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Field Music,
Everything Everything,
Teleman

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indie rock
,
electronic remixes
,
alternative

Why do we like this?

Django Django takes a step back from their signature edgy, electronic rock sound for something a little more pared-down, with an exquisite vocal contribution from singer-songwriter and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg to bring us “Waking Up”, off their brand new album Glow in the Dark. This edgy folk-rock offering follows the release of three previously released singles off the new album, namely, “Spirals,” “Free from Gravity,” and the title track. Each single so far has carried a totally different sound, showing that the band can genre-hop from psychedelia to indie-pop, to deep house, and back again.

Free Love’s remix takes it down a notch further, removing much of the live instrumentation and Django Django’s signature raw, alternative edge, and replacing it with light, electronic, slightly psychedelic, synthy goodness that puts the listening focus squarely on the vocals.

It’s the hazy, echoey, evocative refrain on “Waking Up” that really gets me in both versions of the track:

“Waking up to the fact we’re never coming back

Our home is the open road

Waking up to the fact we’re leaving our tracks

Our home is the open road”

Lead vocalist Vincent Neff and Gainsbourg’s vocals blend beautifully, creating a sonic spiral that is gentle and containing, with just a dash of haunting.




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Hiatus Kaiyote – Red Room

Hiatus Kaiyote

Red Room


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Charlotte Dos Santos,
Nai Palm,
Jordan Rakei

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neo-soul
,
soulful
,
indie soul

Why do we like this?

“Red Room” is a velvety smooth mood track from Australian outfit Hiatus Kaiyote. It’s the second single off their upcoming album, Mood Valiant, due out June 25th via Brainfeeder Recorders/Ninja Tune, and follows their previously released lead single “Get Sun.”Mood Valiant is the band’s first new album in six years and follows 2015’s Choose Your Weapon, and lead vocalist Nai Palm’s solo debut Needle Paw.

The latest single showcases Nai Palm’s mastery of vocals, effortlessly disguising complex, skilled melodic runs in what, at first listen, sounds like easy-listening, mellow soul. It was written during a studio jam in Rio De Janeiro at 3am, and was inspired by the red lighting of the recording booth. Palm says in a press statement that it reminded her of an old bedroom she used to have:

“All the windows were red stained glass and whenever the sunset, my whole room would glow red for an hour until the sun dipped down. A magic moment in my everyday. It’s the celebration of the sanctuary of having a nest or a home”.

And this track makes for a beautiful background while appreciating the gift of home.




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Kings of Convenience – Rocky Trail

Kings of Convenience

Rocky Trail


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The Whitest Boy Alive,
Nick Drake,
Villagers

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indie pop
,
acoustic
,
indie folk

Why do we like this?

It’s absolutely thrilling that Kings of Convenience is finally back on the radar with their first new album in 12 years, Peace or Love. It’s considerably more cheerful and warm than their previous offerings, and while their signature sound is much the same, the content and general emotion behind their music shows their growth and maturity over the last few years, both as a band and as individuals.

I’ve been a big fan of Kings of Convenience for a long time, and “Rocky Trail” is a prime example of the many reasons why. The lilting, acoustic guitar melodies and the gentle, layered, harmonic vocals create an easy-listening, bossa-nova inspired track that begs multiple replays.

It’s pared down and simple, the focus entirely on the music and the feel it inspires, rather than the typical verse-chorus-verse blueprint. This is encapsulated oh-so-sweetly in the music video, in which the band plays their acoustic instruments while wandering around a quirky, lovingly decorated, Scandinavian loft apartment, making breakfast while juggling avocados, watering plants, playing chess, dancing, and hanging out on the couch. It’s heartwarming and colorful — the arpeggios filled with texture and fun.

As the band’s first full-length release since 2009’s Declaration of Dependence, we’ve got a lot to look forward to if the first single is anything to go by.

The new album is out June 18 via EMI.




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Aunty Social – Unsmiling

Aunty Social

Unsmiling


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Boyish,
Jordana

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female vocalist
,
indie pop
,
indietronica

Why do we like this?

I often talk about lyrics in my posts, but it’s rare that I feel truly awed by them. Well, rare is the case in Aunty Social’s “Unsmiling” because if I could write 1/16th as well as her, I’d be 100% satisfied in my abilities.

Moving on to the music video, I’m once again blown away. Not only is it visually appealing but the concept that comes across for me is exciting and displays a level of artistry that I feel a natural admiration towards. Seated at a dinner table, Daniela Gitto is adorned with a pearl-studded dog cone, unable to scratch an itch or lick a wound.

Sometimes, the person on the other end of a relationship can feel just like that — an itch to scratch or a wound to lick. This applies more so to passion-filled connections, yet it goes by, for the most part, unnoticed until the very end. Though somewhere in us, we knew all along. Speaking to the track Daniela says:

“This song is about a relationship between two people. The relationship is fueled by passion and killed by emotional instability. The conflict between feeling intensely and their impulsive ways of expressing it creates an addiction to excitement and unpredictability. Deep down, they both want a chance at domesticity and regularity, but it is impossible because their relationship was already built from its inevitable destruction.”

Aunty Social‘s new EP, It Looks Friendly, will be released on September 24, 2021. “Unsmiling” marks the first single.




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Europe – A Mother’s Son Lyrics

There’s a light, a different kind of light
When we close, we close our eyes
There’s a place, a distant kind of place
We can’t let go, just can’t let go

There’s a faith, a stronger kind of faith
It makes you try, just a little harder
There’s a time, a lonely kind of time
When you know, you simply know

That you just can’t fake it

A mother’s son knows he never walks alone
No matter what he’s become
Hard as he tries, he can never give it back
Life’s too short, for a mother’s son

There’s a rage, a silent kind of rage

It makes you live out on the edge
There’s a pain, a different kind of pain
Knowing time will change everything

You just can’t fake it

A mother’s son knows he never walks alone
No matter what he’s become
Hard as he tries, he can never give it back
Life’s too short for a mother’s son

You just can’t fake it

A mother’s son knows he never walks alone
No matter what he’s become
Hard as he tries, he can never give it back
Life’s too short for a mother’s son

There’s a light, a different kind of light

Culture – Revolution Lyrics

Swirling pictures of never ending dreams
I can’t see what these images mean
Locked inside can’t set the rainbow free
Like perishing flowers they sag and twist and die
There’s a revolution
There’s a revolution
There’s a revolution
Joy or sorrow what does revolution mean

To save today is like wishing in the wind
All my beautiful friends have all gone away
Like the waves they flow and ebb and die
There’s a revolution
There’s a revolution
There’s a revolution

Baron Lesh – Long Way Down Lyrics

The first curse, is worse than the first curse
Holds me here like the words.
Before the light had found my heart, I swore these words would tear apart
I bore this cross cross, I got the dark, I got the evil in my heart.

And it’s a long way down
The long way around…

A seed is shown in an empty row, does deed alone have the means to show?
Do you do in your life what’s wrong or right?
This grey surrounds your black and white.
Can’t know the dark to know the light.
The blindness leads the blind.

So can you show me around?

Can you take me now?
Cause the world wont wait… am I too late?

The worse curse for never to be givin
The chance to realize, to understand the the word.
And the word did tear and tear apart, the shadow crawled across my heart.
A broken circle and the course was changed for evermore, for evermore…

The change I had found, had taken all my time
To late to turn back now.the choice was never mine.climbing at the speed of sound.
All my life, futher to fly futher to fall
And it’s a long way down…

Mavado Taps IVoltage For “Never Go Win”

A month after he gave fans the anthem “Never Give Up,” Mavado is back with another inspirational track. The artiste officially released his single “Never Go Win” on YouTube today (April 30).

Like “Never Give Up”, Mavado’s latest track gives off a reggae vibe and is all about the positive. The Tommy G production, which is distributed by Zojak Worldwide, also features upcoming artiste IVoltage.

The rhythm builds up slowly and features the harmony that complements Mavado’s smooth voice. Coupled with sharp and well-delivered lyrics from IVoltage, the song has hit potential.

The lyrics reference the troubles that the world has been facing in the past year, which should make it very relatable for those who’ve encountered struggles due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the opening of the song, IVoltage says, “Whole heep a f***ery gwaan last year still enuh, yuh know,” and let’s just say we can all relate.

The song’s lyrics also pay homage to Mavado’s mother, who recently passed away when she died in hospital in March. The entertainer sings, “Mama though yuh gone, yuh legacy live on. Watch over yuh son, see when mi troubles a come.”

Ultimately it is a feel-good motivational song that will have listeners pressing the repeat button.

Fans have already started sharing positive reactions to the song. One YouTube user commented, “Dem neva go WIN. Another classic from the Gad.” A second user wrote, “Finally!!!!! From it preview me been a wait on it an gully gad neva disappoint.”

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Honors XXXTentacion And Ski Mask the Slump God Reacts

Tekashi 6ix9ine pays homage to XXXTentacion at his concert last weekend but Ski Mask The Slump God isn’t impressed.

The self-proclaimed King of New York, Daniel Hernandez, better known as Tekashi 6ix9ine is not well-liked in many rap circles. However, he still has many supporters. The rapper is currently in Florida at a music festival where he performed in front of a whopping 15,000 fans. While this concert defied the usual social distancing guidelines, this is not what is most surprising.

It was 6ix9ine’s tribute to fellow rapper XXXTentacion that caught everyone off guard. This is not the first time 6ix9ine has done a tribute for X as he memorialized him right after his passing in 2018.

The late alternative rapper Jahseh Onfroy, more popularly known as XXXTentacion and typically referred to as X, was from Miami-Dade County. He had a massive cult following which he built from his SoundCloud and his social media accounts. Millions of fans around the world mourned his untimely passing back in June 2018.

At this recent festival, 6ix9ine referred to X as the King of Florida and played X’s “Look At Me!”. He did not perform the song in its entirety but rather recited some of the lyrics while moshing on stage.

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This was typically well-received by his fans, who thought the tribute was heartfelt. Even those who were not fans of the New York rapper lauded him for the tribute on social media. However, one rapper was not impressed. X’s best friend Ski Mask The Slump God made his displeasure known on Twitter.

“Random N****s That Perform Take A Step Back Or Look At Me But Only Know The First Three Lines,” The Slump God tweeted.

Random Niggas That Perform Take A Step Back Or Look At Me But Only Know The First Three Lines ???

— Sir Ski Mask (@THESLUMPGOD) May 2, 2021

It is unclear whether the “Catch Me Outside” rapper’s tweet was intended for Tekashi 6ix9ine, as he did not directly call him out. If this tweet is for 6ix9ine, it is obvious that Ski Mask views this performance as being disrespectful. Regardless, this tribute seems to have gotten him in the good graces of many who were not fond of him before.

As fans sings him high praises, many of them are also highlighting how petty 6ix9ine is and are anxious to see his response to Ski Mask. Tekashi is known for his legendary trolling skills, and the rapper consistently stays embroiled in endless beefs.

Following his release from prison last year, 6ix9ine shared a screenshot of some DMs XXXTentacion sent him before his death the year before.

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Unruly Cuz Drops Alleged Popcaan Diss Track Amid Rift In Unruly Camp

There may be some trouble in the Unruly Camp.

Rumors have been circulating in the media for the past few months about a possible rift between Popcaan and a protege by the name of Unruly Cuz. Neither of the entertainers has publicly confirmed or denied the rumors. Despite this, fans and critics alike have been scurrying through the lyrics of some of their most recent releases for confirmation. It turns out that at least two popular songs should probably be labeled as diss tracks if we are to take the words of Jamaica’s Viral King and other sources as gospel.

Foota Hype was one of the first persons to reveal that things may not be going well in Popcaan’s Unruly Camp. The selector, who shares strong connections in the dancehall industry, revealed in a live Instagram video that the Unruly Boss and producer Markus were apparently not seeing eye to eye. Foota went on to explain a viral voice note in which Markus was urging Popcaan to repair his Toyota Mark X motorcar that was allegedly damaged in an accident by Popcaan’s friend.

Foota noted that Popcaan refused to repair the vehicle and an argument allegedly ensued between the two. He added that it was from this incident that the friendship between Popcaan and Unruly Cuz, who is presumed to be the person who was behind the wheels of the car when it crashed, went sour. He made reference to Popcaan’s first single for 2021, “Relevant,” citing it as a diss song amid the situation.

“..inna di song weh him say yuh vex wid man over mark x and still a go round and a make link off a my name, mi hear say a Unruly Cuz him a talk. Cause him an Cuz kick off….but nuff people think a Markus cause a Markus Mark X… but a supm weh fi do wid di Mark X crashing make him an Unruly Cuz inna argument,” Foota explained.

In the song “Relevant,” Popcaan said, “Never know ah Mark X coulda mek yuh move different……And still go ah road and ah use mi strength.”

Fans have speculated that the artiste could be referring to Unruly Cuz still using his title “Unruly” in his name and also to produce his songs. Unruly Cuz’s April 27 single “Life Lessons” also stemmed from the alleged fallout between the two.

“Mount a things weh mi do fi dem… cant count.. Still dem we take yuh life but mi a look fi dem, Jah a show mi dem,” he sings. “Life lesson, mi live and mi learn, some bwoy never real to di ting an everything confirm.”

No names were mentioned in either of the tracks, but fans are leaning towards the idea that both songs were definitely throwing shade. It was also noted that Popcaan and Unruly Cuz are no longer following each other on Instagram.

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Manchester Orchestra – Obstacle Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Waiting on my obstacle
Am I the last to bother?
Hip bruised blue, your pre-sin tomb
Grasping for the bottom
Daddy’s at the hospital
The gator finally got him
Face to face he tricks himself
“It’s better now than autumn”

[Chorus 1]
Car key, blondie, dog tag from the pound
No one wants you like me, stick around
It’s so profound

[Verse 2]
Waiting on your obstacle
Wondering how you got her
Boy, you best not throw it out
The breath before the bottle

[Chorus 2]
Deep seed, bloody, dogma from the ground
No one loves you like me, hear that sound
It’s all around

[Bridge]
In the light, you arrive, as the curtain closes
Intertwined and attached to his soul
There were not any sermons to speak
There was goodbye and hello
Where did you end when it was beginning?
Finalized, an immaculate ghost
There was only a moment to see
There was laughter in the cold
I don’t want to lose control
Fall like that again
I don’t want to lose my mark
Burn it in my head

[Outro]
Daddy’s at the hospital
The music finally got him
Face to face he tells himself
“It’s better than without ’em”
“It’s better than without ’em”
“It’s better than without ’em”
“It’s better than without ’em”

Manchester Orchestra – The Internet Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Wake me up
I am inside of it
You were in spite of it
I was on fire for it
Let me admire this and let go
In your web
I was an autograph
You were the internet
There was no arguing that
Thousands of photographs to recall

[Chorus]
Do you know what it means?
Another life outside dismantling me
Do you know what it means?
Another man inside the man that’s in me

[Verse 2]
Make me up
I am your silhouette
You are my alphabet
Holding our iron in
And I’m just obsessed with it to take hold

[Chorus]
Do you know what it means?
Another life outside dismantling me
Do you know what it means?
Another man inside the man that’s in me

[Bridge]
(All I want’s the weight erased for you)
Under the gun
Undone again
Uncloud my heart
(Yeah, all I want’s the weight erased for you)
Unsee the dead
Untie my mind
Unframe my mess
Untrain my eyes
(Yeah, silently I wait and pace for you)
Untame my head
Under the gun
Undone again
Uncloud my heart
(Yeah, all I want’s the weight erased for you)
Unsee the dead
Untie my mind
Unframe my mess
Untrain my eyes
Untame my head

[Interlude]
So what’s that story about?
The boy had to learn his lesson
This time there was really a wolf
And guess what that wolf did?
What?
Ate the sheep

[Outro]
And all this time
I thought I was right
And all this time
I thought I was right

Rilès – HOLD IT DOWN Lyrics

[Chorus]
Darling
I’m not falling
Imma hold it down for us
Ain’t nothing much
Darling
I’m not falling
Trynna get my self back to me
Oh baby please

[Verse 1]
Get it back
Or deal with nothing
Yeah it’s hurting
But I love it
I been dealing with my demons
Back in time, I wasn’t decent
Living life felt like a prison
Get it back
Or deal with nothing
Yeah it’s hurting
I don’t hate it
It’ was like me versus lord
Versus jinx versus now
Shit I really I did it wrong

[Chorus]
Darling
I’m not falling
Imma hold it down for us
Ain’t nothing much
Darling
I’m not falling
Trynna get my self back to me
Oh baby please

[Verse 2]
Sometimes I feel like I really do me wrong
Sometimes I feel like I better never know
Sometimes I feel like I see what else to feel
‘till I go back in the pleasure of a sin
And I know it’s like I’m always in a rush
But if I don’t run I can’t afford to crumble
What you need I’m here for

Matter of fact
I want you back
Is what I feel
Matter of fact
I want you bad
Just for my needs
I know I been way too selfish darling
Look my love ain’t like a promise darling
Reminding
Too wild and
Us starving
Was a pretty start then
Too easy
To break it
I need us
To collect the pieces

[Chorus]
Darling
I’m not falling
Imma hold it down for us
Ain’t nothing much
Darling
I’m not falling
Trynna get my self back to me
Oh baby please

Ayesha Erotica – LlTERAL LEGEND Lyrics

Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah
Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah
Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah
Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah
Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh, oh my God
Fuck me, fuck me, fuck me, fu-fu-fu-fu
Listen up, bitch, I came to eat
Hey, this is Ayesha Erotica
The world’s number one coke whore
You know
I came here to make one thing fucking, clear
I’m a liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-literal legend
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-literal legend
Eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh, literal legend
Eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh, literal legend
Hello, hello, hello, hello
Hello, hello, hello, hello
Hel, hel-hel-hel, hel-hel-hel-hel-hel
Everybody knows I shit, bitch!
I can be your Lindsay Lohan, I can be Madonna (Ugh)
I could be your Marilyn Monroe, I can be Rihanna (Ah)
So call me Courtney Love, I’m your extra dose of drama (Uh-huh)
Your fans call you mother but bitch, my fans call me mama (cunt)
I can give you Paris Hilton, I can give you Janet (Uh-huh)
I could give you Björk, but I don’t think you’d understand it (Okay)
I could give you sex doll, bitch, you love these legend lips (Yeah)
And baby, I could give you model
With these double A-cup tits, eeow
Icon, icon, i-i-i-i-icon, icon (con!)
Icon, icon, i-i-i-i-icon, icon (con!)
Icon, icon, i-i-i-i-icon, icon (cunt)
Icon, icon, i-i-i-i
Listen, honey, you’re over
I’m popping, bitch, like TNT
I’m in your head like PCP
And boys, they love my A & T
That’s why I let them pee on me
I still don’t fuck in Cadillacs
My pussy tastes like Apple Jacks
I’m looking gorgeous, looking sex
Who made you hoes go back to crack? (Me)
Hey BB, hey BB, hey BB, hey BB
Here’s twenty dollars
Hey BB, hey BB, hey BB, hey BB
You know what?
Hey BB, hey BB, hey BB, hey BB
Here’s twenty dollars
Hey BB, hey BB, hey BB
You know what? Keep the change
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-literal legend
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter
Liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-liter-literal legend
Eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh, literal legend
Eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh, literal legend
Hello, hello, hello, hello
Hello, hello, hello, hello
Hel, hel-hel-hel, hel-hel-hel-hel-hel
Everybody knows I shit, bitch!

SZA – Lady Friend Lyrics

[Intro]
(This sound like Frame)

[Verse 1]
Forgave a lotta niggas for the fuck shit
Forgave a lotta niggas for makin’ up shit
I really hope, I really hope
I’m at your door now, live at your front door
Oh, that’s a no-no

[Pre-Chorus]
Simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer down
I’ve been catching, catching, catching up
Still can’t find my way
Damn I miss the way it was, before
‘Fore, ‘fore, ‘fore, ooh

[Chorus]
Trippin’ on tomorrow while I’m still in today
I wonder if I’ll eat tomorrow if I spend it today
‘Cause shit is what it is, and I’m takin’ my chances
I live on the edge right now, right now, right now

[Verse 2]
Pull another double shift, can’t complain, no
‘Nother, ‘nother double shift, never had a real job
Strip club don’t really count, for much
I failed out of collegе, just wildin’ and doin’ the most

[Pre-Chorus]
Simmer, simmer, simmеr, simmer down
I’ve been catching, catching, catching up
Still can’t find my way
Damn I miss the way it was, before
‘Fore, ‘fore, ‘fore, ooh

[Chorus]
Trippin’ on tomorrow while I’m still in today
I wonder if I’ll eat tomorrow if I spend it today
‘Cause shit is what it is, and I’m takin’ my chances
I live on the edge right now, right now, right now

[Instrumental Break]

[Chorus]
Trippin’ on tomorrow while I’m still in today
I wonder if I’ll eat tomorrow if I spend it today
‘Cause shit is what it is, and I’m takin’ my chances
I live on the edge right now, right now, right now

Juice WRLD – Your Man (France) Lyrics

[Intro: 9DVSN]
And you can tell that nigga, I said fuck you
I’ma beat that pussy bound round two
Yeah, yeah
Yeah

[Chorus: 9DVSN & Juice WRLD]
I don’t give a fuck about your man (About your man)
I’m sorry if he don’t understand (He don’t understand)
Loving you was not part of the plan (Not part of the plan)
But fuck it all, I’ma throw a couple bands, yeah (Uh)
Make that pussy dance, yeah (Uh)
Hope you understand (Understand)
I don’t give a fuck about your man (About your man)
I’m sorry if he don’t understand (He don’t understand)
Loving you was not part of the plan (Uh)
But fuck it all, I’ma make that pussy dance

[Verse: Juice WRLD]
Uh-huh, I don’t give a fuck about your man
Uh, I could take you shoppin’ up in France
He wanna fight me, but you know he stand no chance
I fuck you over and over, over again
Uh, I’ma blow this money in the wind
Uh, bring a couple ladies for my friends
Uh, we can have a party in Italia
We can shut it down, yeah
Ménage in the Benz

[Bridge: 9DVSN]
We could keep it on the low
Leave your man at home, he ain’t gotta know
Ninety seven ways, girl, that pussy super soak
Pick it back up, throw it down to the floor, like wait

[Chorus: Juice WRLD]
Uh, I don’t give a fuck about your man
I’m sorry if he don’t understand
Loving you was not part of the plan
But fuck it all, I’ma make the pussy dance
I don’t give a fuck about your man
I’m sorry if he don’t understand
Loving you was not part of the plan
But fuck it all, I’ma make the pussy dance

[Open Verse]

Eternity X – Cancer Lyrics

This is the story of all life’s emotion
Wrapped up inside one heart
I can be your love for the rest of your life
And always play the part

Someone to love and a family
Someone to hold and protect me
I remember when I left your side
You asked me why

You said goodbye Cancer baby, goodbye
Take care of yourself inside
Goodbye Cancer baby, goodbye
You just broke down and you cried

The years I remember seem all to endless

The shifting of moons and tides
One minute I’m up the next I’m down
I’ll leave you to wonder why

Someone to stand by me
Someone to look to for security
I remember when I left your side
The look in your eyes

You said goodbye Cancer baby, goodbye
Take care of yourself inside
Goodbye Cancer baby, goodbye
You just broke down and you cried

Goodbye Cancer baby, goodbye

Jada Kingdom Reveal She’s Battling Bipolar Depression

Jada Kingdom reveals she’s battling bipolar depression as she pushed back at critics over her weight loss.

Jada Kingdom hit back at critics who have accused her of being on drugs. The criticism came after the “Best You Ever Had” singer posted several photos of her during a night out, looking slimmer than usual.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, the singer sent a harsh message to the naysayers. She wrote, “Note to hypocrites : F** YU! Guh look fi ah dog and s**k it hard. If losing all that weight means i’m sniffing coke then call me coke head Twinkle caz I LOVE IT HERE! neva been this happy. #2yearsoffighting I worked hard for this.”

The songstress continued, “living with bipolar depression opened my eyes to so much and i jus wanna say… F** yu! agen & agen, tf unu feel like #Cokeheadtwinkle.”

Still not satisfied with that post, Jada went on to address the issue further in her Instagram stories. In a series of videos, she vented, saying, “Hypocrites, hypocrites, get out of my DMs. Mi literally just see two female DM me basically saying don’t mind social media, and don’t follow what people ah say.. And dem two same page deh mi literally screenshot over another page ah done mi bout how yeah mon she deh pon coke fi true.. Look how she slim down and s**k out like bag juice.”

She expressed, “Mi no want nuh hypocrites as friends, family or fans, jus move from round mi..Come outta mi DM.”

She then jokingly added, “well call me cokehead Twinks cuz I love it here…mi love ova yah suh, mi love dis fi miself… Mi never happy so yet, a right yah suh mi a siddung and mi nah move.”

Not quite done, Jada further ranted, “Mi use to hear seh mi have elephantiasis, how mi look like Humpty Dumpty, mi look like Rolly Polly, mi look like Barney…the amount a tings mi use to hear, and a never lie, so weh mi duh, mi work pon it because mi never comfortable with myself neither.”

“Mi woulda understand if unuh see mi draw down inna the space of one month but a good two year now mi a go gym, mi a try eat right, mi switch to being pescatarian, mi leggo rice, mi a dis, mi a dat. Go s**k unuh madda,” she added.

Despite the negative criticisms, not everyone has been critical of the singer’s new body. Fans on Twitter have been showing her love with several reposting her latest images.

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This is not the first time that Jada has addressed critics about her weight. In September last year the singer who at one point weighed 224 pounds wrote, “Yes, mi born big, mi born big, a wah? Yes mi was 17, mi born humungous, live with it!” This was after social media users commented on a video of her in a store, calling her out for being overweight.

Jada Kingdom is opening up about her struggles with bipolar depression and has been very opened to her fans about her struggles with weight, being sexually abused at a young age, and other hardships she faced growing up in Jamaica. Dancehall veteran Spice, took the time to show Jada love and support, commenting under her various posts and her subsequent clap-back to the critics. Spice herself has experience of this type of criticism from trolls online. She has faced a lot of negative comments for her weight and skin color over the years and has always been very vocal about it.

While Jada Kingdom is no stranger to hate mail on social media, it’s certainly a positive to see her facing it head on and getting the support not just from her fans, but also from her peers in the industry like Spice.

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Quando Rondo Shot At, Friend Wounded After Show In Georgia

Quando Rondo was shot at and his friend wounded following a show in Georgia over the weekend.

The Savannah rapper has been a moving target ever since King Von was shot and killed in November last year following a fight between the two outside a nightclub in Atlanta. Although Quando Rondo has maintained that Vin’s death was a case of self-defense, that is not enough to remove the target from off his back. As a result, he has been driving around heavily armed in a bulletproof vehicle with plenty of bodyguards.

It seems his enemies are moving closer following a shooting incident last weekend where Rondo was shot at, and a bullet struck one member of his entourage, TMZ reported. Law enforcement sources say gunfire erupted outside a convenience store off a highway in Georgia in Blackshear.

The attack took placed at approximately 3:20 AM on Sunday while the rapper and his entourage were standing in the parking lot. Quando Rondo and his crew had already left the scene when police arrived. There are no reports of any bullets hitting Rondo, but one member of his crew with hit by a bullet in his hand and got treatment at a local hospital.

Cops say that Quando and his large entourage made a quick stop at the convenience store before shots started firing at them, possibly from across the street.

Interestingly, Quando Rondo performed in front of a small crowd at The Vibe Event Center in Waycross, Georgia, over the weekend. His performance comes after several of his shows were canceled due to threats of violence. A noticeable small crowd was also at the event, a sign that fans are also concerned about possible violence breaking out at his events.

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Cracker – Guarded By Monkeys Lyrics

You are so beautiful
You should be hid deep in the jungle
On some forgotten island

I heard about you
I got your PGP key
I write you letters every day

CHORUS:
You are so beautiful
You should be guarded by monkeys
You are so beautiful

REPEAT CHORUS

I have you [rented?]
51 daylight
It does not seem to impress you

You are so beautiful
Supplied and classified
I can’t stop thinking about you

REPEAT CHORUS x2

– break –

REPEAT CHORUS

You are so beautiful
You should be hid deep in the jungle
You are so beautiful

REPEAT CHORUS x2

You are so beautiful
You are so beautiful

Bounty Killer Cosigns Senator Damion Crawford’s Take On Dancehall & Crime

Bounty Killer seconds a Jamaican senator’s take on the correlation between crime and music.

The ongoing debate in Jamaica concerning the impact of dancehall music on the country’s high crime rate has welcomed opinions and arguments from figures in both the entertainment and political industry. While the members of the proposition and opposition seemed to be clearly established as the government and dancehall community, respectively, a opposition senator recently did an interview on a very popular music entertainment platform where he shared an opposing view to the Prime Minister Andrew Holness’s controversial take.

According to Damion Crawford, who is the vice president of the opposition political party, there are no statistics to support the notion that music has negatively affected the crime rate, not just in Jamaica but anywhere.

In his recent interview with On-Stage’s Winford Williams, Crawford said the government’s attempt to lobby the public to believe dancehall music has influenced crime, particularly murder is baseless and makes for an excuse for the industry to continue to suffer from a lack of government support.

“If it is positioned in the minds of the public that it is a negative industry, that is a covid contributor, that it is a crime contributor, it’s a murder contributor then that impetus, that push to have government protect it will not come,” he said. “And the government will always have a satisfactory excuse to the public to say this is why we have not embraced this industry in the same way first place.”

He continued, “So that is why I’m out here to say that all the signs suggest that there is no true causal relationship between music and crime – in particular murder.” He went on to say countries like the United Kingdom, Norway, and the United States have done the research as it relates to rap music and other genres affecting national crime rates, and it yielded the result that there is no correlation.

An excerpt from Crawford’s interview with On-Stage has been circulating online since it premiered on national television. Bounty Killer was among those influencers who reshared the clip on Instagram, making light of the strong argument that in the grand scheme of things, dancehall is but a scapegoat in a much larger issue that the government does not appear to have a handle on.

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Like many other dancehall artists, Bounty Killer has previously acknowledged the government and Prime Minister attributing the crime spike to music in his social media posts where he strongly disagreed that dancehall is to be blamed. In November 2020, the deejay highlighted major contributors to the crime during a speech at a conference with members of the Jamaica security force. He pointed out some social issues that drive the crime rate up, including unemployment, impoverished communities, a lack of morals, stable homes, parents, and self-worth.

As Damion Crawford suggested in his recent interview, the government could be laying the foundation for an excuse to perpetuate their lack of positive attention and funding to dancehall music. Ironically, Bounty Killer believes all the funding that goes towards national security is hardly a fix as he believes the high crime rate is a matter of social dysfunction in the society rather than a critical security issue. The dancehall veteran says in order to really start tackling the root of the crime epidemic in Jamaica, a sharper focus should be placed on social development.

What’s your take on the role of dancehall music in society and the ongoing debate on whether its influence has been negatively impacting the crime rate?

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NLE Choppa Speak Out After Brawl At Venice Beach: “I eat punches”

NLE Choppa and his crew were captured on camera beating down a man at Venice Beach and now he’s speaking out.

NLE Choppa is supposedly a changed man seeking a more spiritual path. He’s even let fans into his sort of Zen vegetable garden, showing a softer side of himself. Or at least that’s the new image that he’s trying to project, but it seems he still has quite a violent streak even though he might explain the issue differently. The 18-year-old was caught on tape recently getting into it during a physical altercation in Venice Beach. His entourage was part of the massive throwdown.

The video shows Choppa and his crew strolling the beach when they seem to get into an argument with another man. The issue got heated quickly, and violence ensued. In the video, the man was stopped with his scooter on the pedestrian path before getting into the altercation with the young rapper and his crew. Choppa gets extremely agitated and tries to evade his security detail to try and throw a punch. Not long after, the rapper and his entire crew were seen beating down on the man. The saddest part of the video is that the man is by himself. People who gathered at the scene implored the group to stop the fight because it wasn’t a fair one.

It’s not possible to make out what started the fight from the video. However, according to NLE Choppa, the issue had to do with the man in the video being a fan and asking for a picture. Choppa refused, and according to him, the fight broke out.

“Damn y’all never got hit in a fight before ? bruh asked for picture I said no I’m enjoying my self and I get called scary and a bitch. I make sure I take pictures with every fan but some days I just be trying to chill and get disrespected in the process,” he explained on Twitter.

Damn y’all never got hit in a fight before ? ? bruh asked for picture I said no I’m enjoying my self and I get called scary and a bitch. I make sure I take pictures with every fan but some days I just be trying to chill and get disrespected in the process

— NLE Choppa (@Nlechoppa1) May 3, 2021

In another update, he tweeted: “And I eat punches ask bout me. Imma rush you take what you got to give and resume beating some. Honestly ain’t wanna fight I was just tryna walk the beach.”

And I eat punches ask bout me. Imma rush you take what you got to give and resume beating some. Honestly ain’t wanna fight I was just tryna walk the beach ?????

— NLE Choppa (@Nlechoppa1) May 3, 2021

The “Top Shotta” rapper has been having a rough time as of late. Just a little over a month ago, in late March, he was arrested on multiple charges. Following his arrest, he claimed that he was set up by the police, who he accused of planting drugs on him.

The Memphis native was arrested in Davie, Florida, and charged with carrying a concealed firearm, possession of Xanax, possession of cannabis, and burglary of an unoccupied structure. Police said they made the arrest after seeing what looked like a deal going down on a live camera feed.

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Rod Stewart – Born Loose Lyrics

Oowe, baby don’t you count on me
To be here when the sun goes down
‘Cause all those mean old friends of mine are calling
Calling way down the line

Somebody send me a one way ticket
Got to get away from here
Put me on a jet back to London city
Gotta get a belly full of beer, oh yeah

Smile for the camera, please mind your manner
You’ve got to keep your image clean
Clench your fist and don’t you take the piss
Makes you wanna slash your wrist

Stand up, shut up, sit down, throw up
All I wanna do is sing
Responsibility and fidelity
Never meant a thing to me

I was born loose
Running wild
Keep your hands off child
Can’t change me now

I was born loose
Running wild
Keep your hands off me baby
‘Cause you’re too late, too late

Big bombs are crashin’
Never stop clashin’
Wanting every woman in town

Some tried to train me
One tried to maim me
But you can’t keep a good man down

Church bells ringin’, all the kids singin’
When we played the last date on the tour
Janis and Jimi, can’t you hear me
Knockin’ on heaven’s door

Born loose
Was born loose, baby
Slow me down
You can’t slow me down

I was born loose
Born loose, born loose
Wrong side of my mama
Wrong side of my daddy
Wrong side of the tracks

I was born loose, baby
Born loose
Can’t change me now
Can’t change me now

‘Cause you’re too late now
Too late now
Too late now, baby
Too late now

C’mon to change me now
Never change me now
Born loose, born loose

Dancehall Legend Baby Cham Calls Jamaican Gov’t Bias For Easing UK Travel Ban

Baby Cham speak on the Jamaican government lifting UK travel ban while ignoring the entertainment sector.

Most sectors of the Jamaican economy, like many other countries around the world, have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. The entertainment sector has staggered and tried as best as possible to keep up with the restrictions put in place to safeguard the country. With restrictions looking to be relaxed soon for UK tourism, veteran dancehall artist Baby Cham is making his feelings on the way the government handled the pandemic known. He posted a clip of his recent track called “Lockdown” on Usain Bolt’s Clockwork Riddim. He made sure to include his more explicit lyrics in expressing his feelings on Instagram.

He also made his feelings known with the caption attached to the short video clip. He was obviously upset as he also made the caption in all caps.

“TOURISM BOARD AND THE HOTELS / RESORTS CRIED THAT THEIR BUSINESS IS DYING, SO THE GOVERNMENT IS OPENING THE COUNTRY FOR THEM ON MAY 1ST TO SAVE THEIR POCKETS!! PROMOTER, DJs, ENTERTAINERS, CORNER SHOPS AND THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY HAVE BEEN CRYING (TO DEAF EARS) THAT THEY TOO ARE DYING – BUT THE GOVERNMENT HAS IMPOSED STRICTER “LOCK DOWN” ON THEM!! WHO ARE YOU WORKING FOR? WHO PUT YOU IN POWER?? WILL YOU POLICE THE HOTELS AND TOURIST THE SAME AS YOU POLICE THE PEOPLE???” he posted.

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The “Ghetto Story” deejay is lashing out at Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, who recently announced that the travel ban on the United Kingdom, which was supposed to end last Friday, April 30, would not be renewed. The ban was part of Jamaica’s Disaster Risk Management Act to help mitigate the spread of the UK variant of the virus.

“On Saturday May 1, Jamaica will reopen its borders to international visitors from the United Kingdom. This will enable the critical gateways of Heathrow and Gatwick airports, to have transit for passengers coming through and who are fully compliant with health and safety protocols required for international travel,” Bartlett said.

He added that the decision was taken to try and help boost the island’s economy.

“Jamaica’s position at this time is critical in relation to the opening up of the summer tourist season and in fact, the importance of enabling the diaspora, particularly the strong British clientele that have always come to the island,” he said.

Jamaica’s borders have been open since June 2020, and they’ve already welcomed about 1.5 million visitors. All visitors welcomed had a quarantine period and had to follow other health protocols. Cham’s take on the matter is that the hoteliers and others in the sector cried out for help and have been given it while the poor and disenfranchised have been left to fend for themselves. The part of the song he chose lamented all of these issues. For the most part, it seemed that his fans agreed with his stance.

“Unfair bad and it is not even funny. The government is not for the people who risk their life during election and put dem on power…. Set of dictators,” this fan said, another added, “@cham….pure double standard!!!! Do the jamaican govt realize sey a di people, di food, di place and definitely di music why most tourists come a yaad? The citizens, athletes and mostly of the artists promote the country and are the quintessential vessel in putting out Jamaica to the world. Tek care a u people dem govt of JA. U can’t have certain people a benefit in di country and the ones who put unu in postion a get constant raw deals.. get it under control quick,” and this fan chimed in, “Such everyone should boycott travelling there until its open for all. Most of the owners prob not even citizens. Although yes they employ them but still. That country is what it is because of what the leaders have done or more importantly not done to help the country as a whole and that goes for anyone who has a voice. Soooo many voices and I hear like 3. Why. Crickets and ants everywhere just like that Disney movie. Watch that. Same sht.”

Do you agree with Baby Cham’s take on UK tourists being allowed into Jamaica?

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Agent Sasco Not Interested In TikTok Trends, Talks Illustrious Dancehall Career

Agent Sasco says he is not interested in TikTok trends while he opened up about his illustrious career in dancehall.

Jeffrey Campbell, more popularly known as Agent Sasco aka Assassin, continues to show that he is a man of many strengths. Whether it is being a great husband, a dad of three (3), or embarking on his farming and construction ventures, Sasco continues to set the bar for other men to follow. While not all his fans will be able to speak of those aforementioned qualities, numerous individuals from all over the world will be able to speak highly of the entertainer’s stage presence and his storytelling and lyrical abilities.

The Agent continues to set trends with his approach to music. As he explains it, he pulls on his inner thoughts and life experiences for his lyrical content versus catering to the latest trends and the ever-changing musical landscape.

The deejay, who has spent over two decades in the business, was praised by Phillips for his shift from Assassin, former Lyrical Assassin, to his new moniker Agent Sasco. Fans took notice of the name change nearly a decade ago. However, Sasco explained that the shift in mindset came into place during the period of 2005-2006 when he suffered the death of his mom and became a dad at 22 years old. The deejay chanted these sentiments on his 2010 release “Something’s Gotta Give,” where he deejayed, “Me get a daughter now so me affi think smarter now…”

While his dancehall anthems such “Do It If Yuh Bad,” “Ruffest & Tuffest,” “We a Bad From,” “As A Man,” “Boring Gal,” “Do Mek Me Hold You,” among others are still considered party shakers, it’s his discography formulated after his metamorphosis that is considered some of his most revered. During this time, Sasco managed to release his 14-track project Theory of Reggaetivity, which contained tracks such as “Mix Up,” “LC,” “Country Bus,” “Day In Day Out,” “No Slave,” and “Stronger.” That release was followed by his Banks of the Hope album, which was released in 2018. This project had something special about it since it was recorded at the entertainer’s newly constructed Diamond Studios. The positive “vibes” continue to flow from the entertainer’s musical hub, such as his 2020 EP Sasco vs Assassin, spearheaded by the single “Loco.”

Bounty Killer and Kabaka Pyramid hopped on the remix to share their words of encouragement, but it was Sasco’s son “Weezy,” who stole the visuals. Both Weezy and Sasco’s youngest daughter LC have shown interest in a career in music, something Sasco did as a child when he entered numerous talent shows during his time in Camperdown High School, where he met Spragga Benz’s relative who helped to kickstart his career. Yet, Sasco’s positive influence on his own children and so many others who use his song as motivational gems is not necessarily a deliberate move to tap into the younger market that other entertainers have done.

“That speaks to going in the studio and doing just what I want to do. I care zero about the younger demographic, to be honest with you. I’ve seen too many situations where people want to hide them age and stay young forever,” Sasco said. “I’m not going to be a slave to this thing I love so much.”

He continued, “If I go in the studio and do my song and Izzy love it great, but I’m not going to go in the studio talking about, wonder what these kids are listening to these days… I’m not trying to find the next TikTok [Challenge.]”

During his explanation, he mentioned that one of the reasons for the construction of the studio was to have a place of isolation to ensure the sounds stay inside, but also to block any negative influences. “I also divorce the outcome when I put it out, otherwise you left chasing your shadow,” he said about his modus operandi when it comes to releasing new music from his home-based studio.

The conversation couldn’t go any further without the acknowledgment of Sasco’s attention to detail observed not only in his music but also in his handy projects such as the construction of his studio. While there was no actual construction material on Yendi’s set, the host still managed to whip up a game of Jenga to put Sasco’s abilities to the test.

Following a brilliant win by Sasco, the former Miss Jamaica World 2007 and Miss Jamaica Universe 2010 pageant left him with these words of encouragement. “Keep building, and that’s not just literally building but I love what you are building on in the legacy of Agent Sasco.”

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Elokuu – Soutaa Huopaa Lyrics

Soutaa huopaa, vedetään taas nuottaa.
Sano miks mä tarvin sua? Woo-oo-oo-oo-o.
Soutaa huopaa, edestakas, luottaa ei kumpikaan voi toisiinsa. Woo-woo.

Erotaan sit ollaan taas. Sovitaan tai ei ollenkaan.
Toinen toisiamme moittimas taas. Woo-wou.
Sä taisit olla oikeessa, mä olin mielestäni oikeemmas.
Vaan en muista mist me riideltiin-iin-iin-iin.

Soutaa huopaa, vedetään taas nuottaa. Sano miks mä tarvin sua?
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o.
Soutaa huopaa, edestakas, luottaa ei kumpikaan voi toisiinsa. Woo-woo.

En haluu riitaa, soutaa enkä huopaa. Siks sanon suoraan sen, mitä et
Huomaa.
Kuplivaa juomaa juhlallisis laseis. Parisuhdeterapiaa häätanssisaleis.
Ei voi miehen tietää millast olla nainen, mut pyrin oleen rakkauden
Ammattilainen.
Kiitos Juice niist viisaist sanoist, mitä moni ettii tääl viel baarin
Hanoist.
Auttaa voi janoist, mut ei rakastunutta. Ei mikään mutta ku suhteet on
Skutta.
Niihin eksyy ja kuulee takas huudot. Ne satuttaa, tappaa ja luo
Ennakkoluulot.
Tulevii, mitä ikinä ne onkaan. Mun mielest turha mennä ketään takas
Vonkaan.
Mitä löytyy takaa, siihen on joku syy. Vaik tääl nyt myrskyy, niin viel
Tulee tyyntyyn.

Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Soudellaan, soudellaan.
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Kahen kesken keskellä järvee.

Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Soudellaan, soudellaan.
Riidat sivuun, anna laineen lipuu. Liplattaa aallot nyt juhannusaatton.

Soutaa huopaa, vedetään taas nuottaa. Sano miks mä tarvin sua?
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o.
Soutaa huopaa, edestakas, luottaa ei kumpikaan voi toisiinsa. Woo-woo.

Lähin menee ja jätin sulle tiskit. Yh-mutsit hoitaa yksin lapsii.
Luulet et mä hoitelen muitaki naisii. Siis perhe biojätteiks ja parisuhde
Roskiin.
Mitä vittuu? Miten tää nyt tähän meni? Rakkaus ei riittäny, annoin kyl
Kaikkeni.
Annoin sulle sydämeni, haluun sen ny bäkkiin, äkkii, en enää haluu tätä
Häkkii.
Ja millä tää nyt korjataan? Tilanne sotkuinen ku tortilla.
Järjenkäyttö aika kortilla. Soudellaan!

Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Soudellaan, soudellaan.
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Kahen kesken keskellä järvee.
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Soudellaan, soudellaan.
Riidat sivuun, anna laineen lipuu. Liplattaa aallot nyt juhannusaatton.

Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Soudellaan, soudellaan.
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Sä näytät upeelt, kai sä muistit mun kellukkeet?
Woo-oo-oo-oo-o. Soudellaan, soudellaan.
Järvee pidemmälle, sano anna käsi tänne. Kädessäni hento kämmen naiseni mun
On.

Safaree and Erica Mena Confirms Pregnancy With Baby Number 2

Reality stars Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels are making a new addition to their family.

The couple announced on Instagram today (May 3) that they are expecting their second child. Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels have been married since October 2019 and share a one-year-old daughter named Safire. Erica also has another child, a son who is 14 years old, from a previous relationship.

The couple announced the big news by way of a maternity photoshoot posted on social media. The shot, which was first posted on Erica’s page, shows the couple standing on stacks of $100 bills, and it was captioned, “More Life??? Who wants that perfect love story anyway.” She is obviously alluding to their dramatic and rocky marriage.

Safaree later posted the same image on his Instagram page, along with the caption, “Safire got a new sibling New baby who dis ?? #2under2 time to get neutered now I need a chef and a nanny.”

He also commented on his wife’s post, saying, “You know people slow and they not gonna realize this is new from last week right #2.” His wife responded laughing, “I’m really cracking up at these comments.”

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Erica and Safaree have had a rough marriage, as referenced in Erica’s Instagram post about them not having a perfect relationship. Earlier this year, Safaree hinted that the couple might be getting a divorce.

In a Twitter post that he later deleted, Safaree wrote, “I mean this from the bottom of my heart getting married was 1 of my BIGGEST mistakes and it will never happen again. I’m walking away before I End up in jail over some dumb shit. Nobody is worth my freedom!!!”

It wasn’t long before Mena responded, airing out the couple’s issues. She tweeted, “Since you always run to social media like a little girl I might as well join in. I absolutely agree with you on this. You are the most selfish, vain and inconsiderate person. And not just with me but your only daughter!”

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This back and forth took place in February. Judging from the size of Mena’s blossoming belly, she would have already been pregnant at the time. It’s safe to say that the couple has reconciled, and divorce is off the table for now.

Erica Mena addresses some of the criticism on Instagram saying, “Marriage – It’s not easy at all. But having a family of your very own makes up for it all. God I thank you for the protection and all the consistent blessings. I been through way to much to not be as grateful as I truly am.”

Fans and celebrities alike have flocked to the couple’s Instagram pages to congratulate them on the new addition to their family. Among the celebrities who have commented are Ty Young, Fabolous, Yandy Smith, and Sky from Black Ink Crew.

Congratulations to the happy couple on baby number two.

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