Violent Femmes Collection, ‘Add It Up (1981-1993),’ Available on Vinyl For The First Time Since Initial Limited Pressing

Violent Femmes Collection, ‘Add It Up (1981-1993),’ Available on Vinyl For The First Time Since Initial Limited Pressing

Craft Recordings

Offering fans more than just a compilation of hits, ‘Add It Up’ also spotlights Violent Femmes’ energetic live performances—captured at the height of their career

As Violent Femmes celebrate their 40th year together, Craft Recordings is pleased to honor the band’s enduring catalog of cult classics with the long out-of-print vinyl reissue of Add It Up (1981–1993). In stores May 21st and available for pre-order today, the popular 1993 collection will also make its return to digital and streaming platforms.

The 23-track compilation features Violent Femmes’ biggest hits, including “Blister in the Sun,” “American Music,” and “Gone Daddy Gone,” plus live recordings of favorites like “Add It Up,” and “Kiss Off,” alongside a trove of demos, B-sides, interstitial voice recordings, and rarities. Housed in a gatefold jacket, the 2-LP set was pressed at Memphis Records Pressing, with lacquers cut by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. In addition to the standard black 2-LP, a special “Blister Red Marble” edition will be available exclusively via the Violent Femmes and Craft Recordings webstores (limited 500 worldwide). Meanwhile, Indie Retailers will offer an exclusive “Aqua” pressing, and Urban Outfitters will offer a “Violet” variant.    

 Formed in 1981 by Gordon Gano (vocals, guitar), Brian Ritchie (bass), and Victor DeLorenzo (percussion), Violent Femmes caught the ears of America’s underground with their special blend of teenage angst, jittery folk-rock, and punk sensibilities. The Milwaukee group had their first big break later that year while busking outside of the city’s Oriental Theatre, where new wave stars The Pretenders were set to play that evening. The latter band’s guitarist, James Honeyman-Scott, took a liking to the young group and invited them on stage. A year later, New York Times music critic Robert Palmer wrote a glowing review of the band’s live show, comparing Gano to Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Jonathan Richman. Amid the growing buzz, Violent Femmes signed to legendary punk label Slash Records (home to The Germs, X, and The Blasters) and, in 1983, released their self-titled debut. 

Primarily written while Gano was still in high school, Violent Femmes would become the band’s most iconic album, with Gen X anthems like “Blister in the Sun,” “Please Do Not Go,” “Gone Daddy Gone,” and the urgent “Add It Up.” Although Violent Femmes failed to chart upon its release, it was a steady seller, eventually becoming the group’s most successful and critically lauded title. Nearly a decade later, it hit the Billboard 200 (landing at No.171 in 1991) and was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

The band followed with 1984’s Hallowed Ground. While most material on Hallowed Ground is contemporaneous with the first album songs—all recorded by the Milwaukee-based producer and composer Mark Van Hecke—the tone of these songs was vastly different from their pop-forward predecessors. Instead, Hallowed Ground took an experimental turn and found Gano particularly inspired by his Christian upbringing. The band also incorporated country and American roots influences into songs like “Jesus Walking on the Water” and the unnerving “Country Death Song,” and added unexpected instrumentation into such tracks as “Black Girls,” which featured the avant-garde saxophonist, John Zorn. 

1986’s The Blind Leading the Naked found the band taking yet another sharp turn—this time towards both mainstream pop and avant-garde. Produced by the Talking Heads’ Jerry Harrison, the album featured a variety of high-profile guests, including guitarist Leo Kottke, the Stooges’ Steve Mackay, and the acclaimed experimental artist, Fred Frith. Featuring the breakneck protest song “Old Mother Reagan” and the lively “I Held Her in My Arms,” The Blind Leading the Naked brought Violent Femmes wider commercial success—both at home (where it peaked at No.84 on the Billboard 200) and abroad (landing at No.81 in the UK and No.31 in Australia).

Following a brief hiatus, the trio reunited in 1989, returning to their stripped-down roots with the acoustic 3, which featured such jaunty tracks as “Lies” and “Nightmares.” Meanwhile, 1991’s Why Do Birds Sing?, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, marked the Femmes’ final album with DeLorenzo. Co-produced with Michael Beinhorn (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hole, Soundgarden), the LP included one of the group’s most commercially successful singles, “American Music,” which hit No.2 on Billboard’s Modern Rock chart.

Add It Up (1981–1993) draws from these first five albums—documenting the trailblazing band’s stylistic development as they rose to become one of alt-rock’s most commercially-successful acts. Offering fans more than just a compilation of hits, Add It Up also spotlights Violent Femmes’ energetic live performances—captured at the height of their career. Additionally, nearly half of the collection is devoted to rarities, including demos, B-sides, and imports that were previously unavailable in the US, at the time of Add It Up’s release. These include “I Hate the TV,” “Gimme The Car,” and “Dance, M.F., Dance!

For the remainder of the ’90s, Violent Femmes continued to record new material, while their earliest songs remained in the zeitgeist, thanks to popular shows and films like My So-Called Life, Reality Bites, and Grosse Pointe Blank. After taking an extended hiatus in the late aughts, the band’s original members briefly reunited for a handful of live appearances, including a highly anticipated set at the 2013 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. This led to extensive touring and one of the Femmes’ most productive recording eras, which yielded EP Happy New Year, full LP We Can Do Anything, and radical live double LP 2 Mics and the Truth (recorded at radio station sessions and in-store performances). Most recently, Gano, Ritchie, and newcomers John Sparrow and Blaise Garza released Violent Femmes’ tenth studio album, Hotel Last Resort, in 2019.

Add It Up (1981-1993) vinyl tracklist:

Side A:

  • Intro
  • Waiting for the Bus
  • Blister in the Sun
  • Gone Daddy Gone
  • Gordon’s Message
  • Gimme the Car
  •  Side B:

  • Country Death Song
  • Black Girls
  • Jesus Walking on Water
  • 36-24-36
  • I Held Her in My Arms
  •  

    Side C:

  • I Hate the TV
  • America Is
  • Old Mother Reagan
  • Degradation
  • Dance, M.F., Dance!
  • Lies (Live)
  • American Music
  • Out the Window
  •  

    Side D:

  • Kiss Off (Live)
  • Add It Up (Live)
  • Vancouver (Live)
  • Johnny (Live)
  •  

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    *Feature image credit: Francis Ford

     

     

     

    Pert Near Sandstone’s New Album ‘Rising Tide’ Out Friday June 12

    Pert Near Sandstone’s New Album ‘Rising Tide’ Out Friday June 12


    Press Release

    Pert Near Sandstone crosses old-time instrumentation with contemporary sensibilities

    Minneapolis-based Psych-Bluegrass 5-piece Pert Near Sandstone, the band behind the long running Blue Ox Music Festival have announced Warren Haynes will perform as part of a weekend of live music streamed from Whispering Pines Campground outside Eau Claire, WI on June 12 & 13. The fest will coincide with the release of Pert Near Sandstone’s June 12 full-length release Rising Tide. The video for “Kings and Clowns” is out now. 

    The weekend will include 2 nights of Pert Near Sandstone as they debut material from the new full length along with performances from: Charlie Parr, Lissie, and Them Coulee Boys, Sam Bush, Del McCoury, The Travelin’ McCourys, Lillie Mae, and Molly Tuttle performing sets from their hometowns. More artists and the full schedule will be announced in coming weeks. Artists will perform on the big stage with lights and PA live form the festival grounds along with sets from artists performing from their respective hometowns. 

     The festival stream can be viewed on Pert Near Sandstone’s Youtube and Facebook pages and will be streamed in partnership with our partners: 89.3 The Current, Bells Brewery, Blue Ox Music Festival, and Jamgrass TV. The stream is free but viewers who have the means will be encouraged to make contributions to a GoFundMe page with net proceeds benefiting Feed My People Food Bank of Wisconsin, Cleghorn Lions Club, National T.T.T. Society, and the Chippewa Valley Technical College Radiology Department.

    Crossing old-time instrumentation with contemporary sensibilities, Pert Near Sandstone first emerged from Minneapolis in 2007 with their acclaimed debut, Up And Down The River. Over the course of five more studio albums and several live releases, they established themselves as standard-bearers for the versatility and vitality of the Midwestern roots music scene, performing onstage with the likes of Steve Martin and the Flaming Lips and earning dates along the way with everyone from Trampled By Turtles and Del McCoury to Yonder Mountain String Band and Sam Bush.

     

    Stream for Blue Ox Music Festival is available 1pm – 10:30pm CDT daily (June 12 & 13) on the band’s YouTube and Facebook.

     

    Pert Near Sandstone

     

    Powerful Protest Anthem Video From Wyatt Waddell “Fight!”

    Powerful Protest Anthem Video From Wyatt Waddell “Fight!”


    Press Release

    Part gospel, part field holler, part funky soul, “Fight!” has an upbeat, feel-good groove, that underscores its message.

    23 year old rising multi-instrumentalist Wyatt Waddell, today released the powerful video for his protest anthem “FIGHT!,” raising awareness for the protest movement and charities including: Chicago Community Bond Fund, Black Lives Matter Chicago and Greater Chicago Food Depository.

    The video features footage from the protests and tributes to victims of police brutality and racial injustice including: Emmett Till, George Stinney, Rodney King, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmed Aubrey, Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Laquan McDonald, Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Carol Denise McNair.

    Part gospel, part field holler, part funky soul, “Fight!” has an upbeat, feel-good groove, that underscores its message. Already gaining comparisons to Stevie Wonder and Curtis Mayfield, “Fight!” was recorded and released in just 24 hours after Wyatt was deeply inspired by watching the protests unfold on TV and when he recalled a quote by one of his musical inspirations, Nina Simone.

    This has been a hard and trying time for black lives. These events have left me angry, scared, and confused. I then remembered what Nina Simone once said: An artist’s duty… is to reflect the times…

    Recorded in tribute to the people on the streets protesting, Wyatt added, “This song is me looking at what’s happening and what I’d tell the people protesting. I had to look outside of myself at what’s going on and how people are being affected. Hearing people’s fears, anxieties, and watching everything happening on TV really helped me write the song. I hope that it can be an anthem for my people as they’re fighting for a better America.”

    Charities benefiting from the single include the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Wyatt has first hand seen the food crisis in Chicago, adding, “Today I saw the lines down the street of people lining up to get something to eat. We have got to feed the people.”

    Chicago’s “Boy Wonder” has been praised by publications including the Chicago Tribune, who compared him to a diverse range of artists from The Beatles to Sly & The Family Stone. His remarkable Instagram loop videos, powerful versatile vocal range, perfect pitch and instinctive songwriting is creating a huge buzz in his local Chicago music scene and he is poised to make his national breakthrough. He plans to follow “FIGHT!!” and previous single “Sleeper” with a full album, which is currently in the works.

    Wyatt Waddell

    AJR – Role Models Lyrics

    [Intro]
    3, 4

    [Chorus]
    All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    And, I will unravel if you rip away my best pieces
    Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
    I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
    But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    Wrong reasons

    [Verse 1]
    This time of year, I’m feelin’ weird, might be allergies
    Wanna move out, but when I move out, who’ll be proud of me
    Thought I was made, from [?], put that crown on me
    Thought I was made, from Louis C.K

    [Chorus]
    But, all my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    And, I will unravel if you rip away my best pieces
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
    I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
    But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    Wrong reasons

    [Verse 2]
    I used to say, just what’s on my brain, cause you always did
    You used to be, so special to me, now you’ve taken it
    Look at this mess, should I forget, what you gave to me?
    Look at this mess, wake up Mr. West

    [Chorus]
    Cause, all my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    And, I will unravel if you rip away my best pieces
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
    I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
    But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    Wrong reasons

    Would’ve never come so far, without someone there to start again
    I truly love the art, when I kinda hate the artist
    But, All my role models are on TV for the wrong reasons
    (Ah, Ahhhhhh, Ah, Ahhhhhh.)
    Wrong reasons

    Damian Marley – Patience lyrics

    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kiye ni kêra môgô
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kagni ni kêra môgô

    Some of the smartest dummies
    Can’t read the language of Egyptian mummies
    An’ a fly go a moon
    And can’t find food for the starving tummies
    Pay no mind to the youths

    Cause it’s not like the future depends on it
    But save the animals in the zoo
    Cause the chimpanzee dem a make big money
    This is how the media pillages

    On the TV the picture is savages in villages
    And the scientist still can’t explain the pyramids, huh
    Evangelists making a living on the videos of ribs
    Of the little kids, stereotyping the image of the images

    And this is what the image is, you buy a khaki pants
    And all of a sudden you say a Indiana Jones
    An’ a thief out gold and thief out the scrolls
    And even the buried bones
    Some of the worst paparazzis I’ve ever seen and I ever known

    Put the worst on display so the world can see
    And that’s all they will ever show so the ones in the west
    Will never move east and feel like they could be at home
    Dem get tricked by the beast

    But a where dem ago flee when the monster is fully grown?
    Solomonic linage whe dem still can’t defeat
    And them coulda never clone, my spiritual DNA
    That print in my soul and I will forever own Lord

    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kiye ni kêra môgô
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kagni ni kêra môgô

    Huh, we born not knowing, are we born knowing all?
    We growing wiser, are we just growing tall?
    Can you read thoughts, can you read palms?
    Huh, can you predict the future, can you see storms, coming?

    The earth was flat if you went too far you would fall off
    Now the earth is round if the shape change again
    Everybody woulda start laugh
    The average man can’t prove of most of the things
    That he chooses to speak of

    And still won’t research
    And find out the root of the truth that you seek of
    Scholars teach in Universities
    And claim that they’re smart and cunning

    Tell them find a cure when we sneeze
    And that’s when their nose start running
    And the rich get stitched up, when we get cut
    Man a heal dem broken bones in the bush with the wed mud

    Can you read signs, can you read stars?
    Can you make peace, can you fight war?
    Can you milk cows, even though you drive cars
    Huh, can you survive, against all odds, now?

    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kiye ni kêra môgô
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkontê
    Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, kagni ni kêra môgô

    Who wrote the Bible, who wrote the Qur’an?
    And was it a lightning storm
    That gave birth to the earth
    And then dinosaurs were born? Damn

    Who made up words, who made up numbers?
    And what kind of spell is mankind under?
    Everything on the planet we preserve and can it
    Microwaved it and try it
    No matter what we’ll survive it

    What’s hu, what’s man, what’s human?
    Anything along the land we consuming
    Eatin’, deletin’, ruin, trying to get paper
    Gotta have land, gotta have acres

    So I can sit back like Jack Nicholson
    Watch niggas play the game like the lakers
    In a world full of 52 fakers
    Gypsies, seances, mystical prayers

    You superstitious? Throw salt over your shoulders
    Make a wish for the day
    ‘Cause like somebody got a doll of me
    Stickin’ needles in my arteries but I can’t feel it

    Sometimes it’s like ‘pardon me
    But I got a real big spirit’, I’m fearless, I’m fearless
    Don’t you try and grab hold of my soul
    It’s like a military soldier since seven years old

    I held real dead bodies in my arms
    Felt their body turn cold, oh
    Why we born in the first place
    If this is how we gotta go? Damn

    Charli XCX – Over You Lyrics

    [Verse 1]
    Just a little girl on a TV screen
    Stuck inside a silver cage
    Body tangled up in chains
    Looking for the light in the misery
    Trapped behind the windowpane
    Everyday I feel the same

    Close to giving up, giving everything
    Struggling for air, I’m blue
    Fucking with my head, confused
    Sick and tired of drinking your sympathy
    Fighting back, not gonna lose
    It’s true, I’m through, flying with you

    [Chorus]
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, are you over me?
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, will you ever regret me?
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, are you over me?
    I’m so over you
    Promise, baby, that you will never forget me

    [Verse 2]
    Breaking down the doors, I’m invincible
    See if you could stop me now
    Super heroine, no doubt
    Treating me like I was invisible
    Thought that you could shut my mouth
    But now I’m gonna burn you out

    [Chorus]
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, are you over me?
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, will you ever regret me?
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, are you over me?
    I’m so over you
    Promise, baby, that you will never forget me

    [Bridge]
    I want to get out of here
    I want to get out of here
    We’re breaking up, I’m breaking down (Woah-oh-oh)
    I want to get out of here
    I want to get out of here
    I’m moving on, we’re over now, over now (Oh!)

    [Chorus]
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, are you over me?
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, will you ever regret me?
    I’m so over you
    Tell me, baby, are you over me?
    I’m so over you
    Promise, baby, that you will never forget me

    Mick Jenkins – What Am I To Do Lyrics

    [Intro]
    Well I sbet ya
    Well I bet ya
    Well I bet ya
    Well I bet…

    [Verse 1]
    Ali’s jabbin’ them shit feel like hooks
    The less you got stuffed in your pocket books
    The more these policies just sound like crooks
    They give me sloppy looks
    They gave us nothing, had to hustle same way coffee cook
    Early morning grind trying to help these niggas wake up
    Etch A Sketch flows, I got the shit to shake up
    Niggas switching clothes
    Niggas even switch their face up
    But these clowns could never really switch their make up
    Family’s in your genes
    Fuck is that, Mesquite?
    My triple beam onto bigger schemes
    I’m on these waves
    Don’t expect a hand clap cause you swim upstream
    I’m expecting sand traps, I be in the green
    If we talking green backs I’m back in the black
    Been having the formula since Similac
    Delicate flows under heavy metal bars but they’re still intact
    What’s a nigga to do?
    When you call the police but the trigger’s on you
    Shit crazy man

    [Chorus]
    What’s a nigga to do?
    Cause I be streaming black they’ll beat me to blue
    Put it on TV then tell you what’s true
    What’s a nigga to do?
    What’s a nigga to do?
    When you call the police but the trigger’s on you

    [Verse 2]
    Pull up on ’em shining CeCe Winans with the C notes
    Redefining everything the black man denotes
    I could devote time
    How many times have we rewrote lines to get it perfect
    Miss me with inertia I’m on dirt
    You gon’ need assumptions, almost certain
    My assertion we gon’ see if you got gumption
    We gon’ see if you gon’ play it smart or you gon’ be on dumb shit
    Wrong answer, we go dumb shit
    Slow you up on some speed bump shit
    On some ski jump shit
    I’m taking flight cause all my flows cold
    Setting bars, no [?]
    I never blow smoke unless it’s unleaded
    I guess you won’t know my worst
    No unedited stress
    Go on wax, I mean

    [Chorus]
    What’s a nigga to do?
    When you tell ’em who you is and they be like “Who?”
    What’s a nigga to do?
    Yeah, what’s a nigga to do?
    Cause I be streaming black they’ll beat me to blue
    Put it on TV then tell you what’s true
    What’s a nigga to do?
    What’s a nigga to do?

    Chance The Rapper – Wala Cam lyrics

    [Intro: Chance the Rapper]
    Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala
    Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala

    [Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam

    [Verse 1: Chance the Rapper]
    Big ol’ booty gotta jump, gotta juke me
    Gotta plan, gotta duty
    Gotta dance, gotta boogie
    I’m a fan, gotta stan
    Gotta cam, it’s a movie
    Make my ‘gram look like Cannes, like in France
    My momma, my mamma mia
    Tell me what your momma feeds you
    You getting that cornbread and choreo
    Let me throw you on the story though
    Trying to be like story mode
    You belong on the war zone on
    Wala, Wala

    [Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
    Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala
    Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala

    [Verse 2: Chance the Rapper]
    Nigga you can’t dance
    My feet like my hands
    Your feet like quicksand
    Something I can’t stand
    Something I just hate
    I’m not on no date
    Car don’t got no roof
    Works, don’t got no brake
    Girl don’t got no waist
    Watch don’t got no face
    Jet don’t got no plates
    God don’t got no cape
    Shoes don’t got no J’s
    Don’t got no style, don’t got no taste
    Bank don’t got no card, don’t got quickpay, don’t got no Chase

    [Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam

    [Verse 3: Supa Bwe]
    Watching DBZ
    Shorty stuck to me
    Like she lowkey USB
    I just want some head, want some lowkey guillotine
    Police watching me like I’m lowkey new TV
    Like I’m serving twenty p’s
    Like I lowkey used to be
    Over the seas with my girl cause she over achieving
    Don’t put nobody over her king
    Love my life
    Shorty ride my face like bike
    I’ma beat it like Mike, not Ike
    My spliff broke, sh*t! oh life
    I might spent on you
    All year, all night
    I might some f*ck some ads up
    Or f*ck your mans up
    I might f*ck some bands up
    Switch the plan up
    Leave the country like right now
    Shit, I might go flight
    I might take off tonight
    I might, I might, I might
    Tonight I might

    [Chorus: Chance the Rapper]
    Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala
    Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala, Wala

    [Verse 4: Chance the Rapper]
    You need name tag
    She got the same ass
    Same drawers, same car
    Same bag, damn fraud
    Shake it up, shake it up, shake it up, shake it up
    Pop pop pop that cork
    Pop it like July 4th
    Shorty don’t move like yours
    She get it from a store
    You get it from the Stork
    They don’t do this up North
    They always end it [?]

    [Chorus]
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam, Wala Cam
    Wala

    Rich The Kid – Lot On My Mind Lyrics

    [Intro]
    I see you. I see [?]
    Haha, you dig?
    I see you haters having problems
    Way too many problems
    Mic check, check, check, check, check, check
    Check, check, check, check

    [Verse 1]
    Ooh, where my mic check?
    These bitches, they been all at my neck (lil bitch!)
    These bitches, all in my call log
    You ain’t put your team on, you ain’t a boss, dog
    Can’t even let these niggas close
    Jealous homies set you up and now you smoke (now you smoke)
    You just spent up all the money, now you broke (now you broke)
    You been internet flexin’ for these hoes (hoes)
    Whole lot of friends turned to enemies
    Smile in my face and said they proud of me
    Now they lookin’ at me like I hit the lottery
    ‘Cause I’m rich but bitch, you ain’t gotta lie to me
    Ooh, I done watched some niggas change up
    They hit for me a couple pieces, we don’t chain tuck
    Too much ice, bust down, I’m still rained up
    And if some niggas wanna try me, get your brain fucked
    She gon’ fuck me ’cause I’m famous, post my picture up
    I call Boris, that’s my driver, he gone pick you up
    Couple losses but more wins, we still racked up
    On the road, doin’ shows, I’m so booked up

    [Vocal Break]

    [Verse 2]
    Ooh, Cartier on me
    Made my first mil’, shit I was still hungry
    Back then all them hoes, they was flexin’ on me
    See me on TV, now she sexin’ on me
    Got the Maybach, finna cop the Wraith on ’em
    Naw, for real they gon’ hate on me
    And I got your bitch been missin’, she gon’ wait on me
    Told double XL I was straight on it (haha)
    I’m finally rich, I knew that they would hate on me (rich!)
    They ran up in the crib and had the K on me
    I was slippin’, thank God that I’m livin’
    ‘Cause it all could’ve been different
    ‘Bout to put these stars in my ceiling
    ‘Cause my bitch straight from heaven
    Rich Forever, bitch I’m in it
    Get a check then I spend it

    [Outro]
    R.I.P X, man
    You know what I’m sayin?
    Young niggas get that bag, man
    Get that bag, stay humble
    Ya dig, and that’s that
    Get a rack packs and back backs

    Florida Georgia Line – Talk You Out of It Lyrics

    [Verse 1]
    Girl I know you had a long day
    You ain’t feelin’ them downtown lights
    But I got a bottle at your favorite place
    Just waitin’ for us in a bucket on ice

    Damn, I didn’t think it’d be that easy
    ‘Cause now you’re gettin’ ready
    I’m just sittin’ there watchin’ TV
    Here you come lookin’ like a grown man’s dream
    Damn, I can’t believe, I can’t believe

    [Chorus]
    I talked you into slippin’ down the hall, baby, turn it on
    Your playlist you play when you’re in the shower
    Talked you into taking up my time, making up your mind
    Switching back and forth for an hour
    And now you’re lookin’ like a line from a Vandross song
    I’m looking at the fine little dress you got on
    Don’t get me wrong, girl, I love it
    Now I just wanna talk you out of it

    [Verse 2]
    Yeah, as cool at it would be
    Watchin’ people wonder who you are
    Oh, we should just say we did, we can start with a kiss
    And pretend we just got back from the bar

    [Chorus]
    I talked you into slippin’ down the hall, baby, turn it on
    Your playlist you play when you’re in the shower
    Talked you into taking up my time, making up your mind
    Switching back and forth for an hour
    And now you’re lookin’ like a line from a Vandross song
    I’m looking at the fine little dress you got on
    Don’t get me wrong, girl, I love it
    Now I just wanna talk you out of it

    [Bridge]
    Yeah, it’s a little cold outside
    The music’s probably way too loud
    To hear you laugh
    And there’s a look in your eyes
    Looks like we ain’t leavin’ now
    Girl, I’m so glad, I’m so glad

    [Chorus]
    I talked you into slippin’ down the hall, baby, turn it on
    Your playlist you play when you’re in the shower
    Talked you into taking up my time, making up your mind
    Switching back and forth for an hour
    And now you’re lookin’ like a line from a Vandross song
    I’m looking at the fine little dress you got on
    Don’t get me wrong, girl, I love it
    Now I just wanna talk you out of it

    Elliott Smith – Some Song Lyrics

    Hello, hello, hello
    (This is a rock song.)
    Loud, loud, loud

    It’s a junkie dream, makes you so uptight
    Yeah it’s halloween tonight and every night
    See you scratch your skin
    Your sandpaper throat
    You’re a symphony, man, with one fucking note
    Charlie beat you up week after week
    And when you grow up you’re going to be a freak
    Want a violent girl who’s not scared of anything

    Help me kill my time
    ‘Cause I’ll never be fine
    Help me kill my time

    You went down to look at old Dallas town
    Where you must be sick just to hang around
    Seen it on TV, how to kill your man
    Then like Gacy’s scene a canvas in your hand
    Better call your mom, she’s out looking for you
    In the jail and the army and the hospital too
    But those people there couldn’t do anything
    For you

    Help me kill my time
    ‘Cause I’ll never be fine
    Help me kill my time
    Help me kill my time
    Help me kill my time
    ‘Cause I’ll never be fine
    Help me kill my time

    Katy Perry – Nothing Like the First Time Lyrics

    [Verse 1]
    The leaves were falling I was seventeen
    We’d been locking lips, grabbing hips, smoking cigarettes
    We took a drive in your 1990 the hand me down
    From out of town I was California
    Oh my legs were not shaved
    And you had dirt between your fingers
    They told us to behave, but hey

    [Chorus]
    It’s not like riding a bike
    It’s not like flying a kite
    It’s not as easy as pie
    There’s nothing like the first time
    Not like taking a bath
    It’s not like having a laugh
    Not like reading a map
    There’s nothing like the first time

    [Verse 2]
    I had seen it in the magazines
    We would change the channel on the TV screen
    ‘Cause it’s such a sin what you did to me
    Straight to hell is what they sell if you done the deed
    Oh but what could be so bad
    Oh if everyone is guilty
    I guess we want what we can’t have
    ‘Cause I’ve heard…

    [Chorus]
    It’s not like riding a bike
    It’s not like flying a kite
    It’s not as easy as pie
    There’s nothing like the first time
    Not like taking a bath
    It’s not like having a laugh
    Not like reading a map
    There’s nothing like the first time

    [Bridge]
    Do you remember? Do you remember?
    Do you remember? Do you remember?
    La la la la la la la la
    There’s nothing like the first time
    La la la la la la la la
    There’s nothing like the first time

    [Chorus]
    It’s not a walk in the park
    It’s not a shot in the dark
    It’s not a juvenile crime
    There’s nothing like the first time
    It’s not like tying the knot
    There’s no connecting the dots
    And in case you forgot
    There’s nothing like the first time
    There’s nothing like the first time
    There’s nothing like the first time
    There’s nothing like the first time

    [Outro]
    Its not like reading a map..oh ya you give me laugh
    There’s nothing like the first time

    Snail Mail – Static Buzz lyrics

    Shutters on my house
    Keep the sunlight in
    If that’s not enough to keep the people out

    Then I don’t wanna know what’s on the other side

    Turn on the TV
    I wonder who thinks of it all
    We could be watching the same thing

    But I always shock myself when I plug it into the wall

    So should I ask?
    Are you home?

    I can’t keep anything down
    All I hear is static buzz
    And it’s all echoing through my bedroom wall

    Cover me in flies
    They’re breaking through the door
    That’ll show the garbage man
    What everyone else is always so bitter for

    So should I ask ? Are you home?

    I can’t keep anything down
    All I hear is static buzz
    And it’s all echoing through my bedroom wall

    Paul Luc – Idol lyrics

    I turn the television on
    To hear those songbirds carry on
    I tune into that drab recital
    They’d claimed I’d find a brand new idol
    It felt like something good was dying
    Oh, something good was dying
    She sang a ledgendary song
    With something desperately wrong
    There were fourteen-thousand notes inside
    A space where four plain notes should reside
    It felt like mastur~bation on the TV station
    Oh, it felt like something good was dying
    Oh, something good was dying
    Asked about the music she was raised upon
    Was it Paul, George, Ringo Starr, and John?
    With her mini-skirt and her bashful eyes
    Claimed she’d never heard of those four guys
    She’d been singin’, “Hey Jude don’t make it bad.”
    And now my whole world was sad.
    Oh, it felt like something good was dying
    Oh, something good was…
    So I jumped into my car to drive
    I flicked the radio alive
    And I heard another shallow song
    I turned the dial, that same song was on
    Every station; It felt like indoctrination
    Like no one’s even trying
    Oh, it felt like something good was dy~ing

    Saba – BROKEN GIRLS lyrics

    [Intro]
    I’m in love with broken

    [Chorus]
    I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
    Hey girl, girl, girl, girl
    I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
    Girls, girls, girls, hey girl

    [Verse 1]
    Really I’m broke myself, and I think she might help
    Really I love a story, and I think she might tell
    Really I’m not your crutch, really you not my girl
    Really she usin’ me, but it’s cool, we use each oth’
    I’m in love with contemplatin’ ’bout the pressure
    Conversations ’bout depression
    Confrontation cause we care too much about each other
    We know it ain’t permanent but temporary
    Releasin’ your Issa Rae, insecure
    Collect them like Pikachu, Venusaur
    We go ’til you done or my penis sore
    Sleep with the TV on then we don’t speak no more
    And I know when I’m with you, or maybe when you’re with me
    Even if I don’t feel a thing, for a second I feel complete
    I still’ll keep ya in my back pocket
    I know that I’m not shit, I know that it’s toxic
    I know that a part lives, that is where your heart is

    [Chorus]
    I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
    Hey girl, girl, girl, girl
    I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
    Girls, girls, girls, hey girl

    [Verse 2]
    Tread light like broken glass, really I’m not my past
    Really I snatched your soul, really that’s not to brag
    Really when I’m alone, really I’m not to have
    Really I know you’re empty but I think I can fill your glass
    Fantasizin’ all your problems
    I wanted you more since I found out you heartless
    Harborin’ feelins’ for niggas who hurt you
    Know you on the surface but not on a personal level
    I play the game of hearts
    Missin’ piece, we ain’t apart
    Depend on me until I’m bored
    I return your heart as quick I return your call
    Tables turn quicker cause after a weekend I miss ya
    I don’t want you but I’m conflicted
    I know that back and forth yo-yo shit over with
    But you gon’ take me back, I’m gon’ convince ya
    Pain ain’t never looked so temptin’
    Lonely never looked so distant, we just gon’ ignore the tension
    You know we both not shit, I know that shit toxic

    [Chorus]
    I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
    Hey girl, girl, girl, girl
    I’m in love with broken girls, girls, girls
    Girls, girls, girls, hey girl

    [Verse 3]
    This whole time, been obsessed, being sad
    She was my, quick escape, made me forget
    Hear her speak, see her weak, made me feel big
    Crowned me, she downed me, treat me like shit
    Second time, round two, what I learn?
    She weren’t mine, that weren’t love, I weren’t hers
    I’m not hurt, anymore, took some time
    Found a girl, now I’m hers, and she mine
    And she make me, feel whole, heal me
    And it’s, mutual, and we still in love

    [Outro]
    Can’t you care for?
    Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
    Can’t you care for?
    Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
    Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
    Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
    Can’t you care? Can’t you care?
    Can’t you care? Can’t you care?

    070 Shake – Rewind lyrics

    (feat. Lil Yachty)

    [Verse 1: Lil Yachty]
    You know you was wrong
    And you know you fucked up when you left me
    And you know that I’m headed so high
    Your new guy, your new guy is going so down
    Your new guy, you can’t bring around me
    You can’t bring around us
    Cause if you do, you found me
    You know you was wrong
    That’s why when you see me on your new TV
    You change the channel
    Cause you know you was wrong
    And now you know that I’m gone
    Oh, I’m gone, I’m so gone
    And you wish
    Oh yeah, you wish that you could return the time
    You wish you could rewind
    You wish you could rewind my mind

    [Verse 2: 070 Shake]
    My crew is so fucked up
    Take it in and get your doses up
    If they ask you, you don’t know of us
    And they’ll go, they’ll go so hard for you
    Pitty-pitty-pitty
    She been asking why all around the city
    Don’t be asking why, I ain’t even kidding
    You know what you’ve done
    Giving me your back cause I dont like the front
    Now you got some offers I don’t need none
    You wish, you wish you could rewind the time
    LA come all of the lights
    Smoke it all up til we dry
    We become vamps in the night
    Vamps in the night

    Dan Bull – Fallout 76 Rap Song Lyrics

    {Whistling}

    [Verse 1]
    The night before the morning after
    What life was like before the blast?
    I’m sure I couldn’t recall or tell you now
    What good’s a fallen past?
    Life inside these walls is all I have
    And all I seem to know
    But we need fresh water flowing
    For the seed to grow
    I’ve been in this vault for twenty years
    And witnessed the fall of as many peers
    But there aren’t any enemies here
    Except the lack of fresh frontiers
    And since the bomb hit
    I’ve been sitting in
    Living in this little hovel
    As a model citizen
    With everything
    To keep me alive
    But not to keep me living life
    Sick of being inside
    I’d give my TV to see the other side
    There’s a new world to behold
    So open an ice old Nuka-cola
    Stroll on through the smouldering ruins
    Wiser now you’re clued up, older
    Life will knock you to the floor
    The rifle stock will bruise your shoulder
    But beauty still finds refuge
    In the eye of the beholder
    We’re the sole hope
    To keep our people’s home from defeat
    With our control vault complete
    We hit CTRL ALT DELETE
    Reset the whole of humanity’s travels
    Unravel the rope that is holding us back
    ‘Cause now that the commies and anarchists
    Aren’t in the plan
    We can finally follow the path
    Come up from below deck
    Of the vault-tec ship
    It’s all wrecked
    And behold breadth never told
    Trek through a whole sector
    Of old America
    Feel old yet?
    You will when you feel the cold breath
    On your bald flesh
    On your cold neck
    In a cold sweat
    Feel the rush there isn’t any gold left
    Oh heck
    This wasn’t in the control test
    I guess it’s time to settle old debts
    So get ready for more heavenly hits
    From me
    The Soldier of 76

    [Chorus]
    I don’t want to set the world on fire
    I just want to start a flame in your heart

    I don’t want to set the world on fire
    I just want to start a flame in your heart

    I don’t want to set the world on fire
    I just want to start a flame in your heart

    Heart~

    The Internet – Come Over Lyrics

    Hello
    Hey
    You at home right now? (x2)
    Nah, not yet
    Hit me up when you get home
    Call me when you get home
    Like 15 minutes
    You busy later?
    Just keep me posted
    I’ll probably be at home honestly
    Call me (x3)

    Know you wrong
    But ‘sho you right
    Home alone
    For the night
    I can turn you on
    With my dirty mind
    Say I won’t
    Worth a try
    Puppy love
    Butterflies

    Made you blush
    You made me smile
    What you want
    Baby you decide
    Why we grown
    Wasting time

    You’re beautiful babe
    You’re really something
    Stylin’ I gotta say
    T-shirt designer jeans
    You got me open
    Filled with emotion
    Living in ecstacy
    Just want you next to me
    I’ll bring the champagne
    Don’t turn me down babe
    We can play simon says
    Or watch TV in bed
    Wake with the sunrise
    Sleep in it’s alright
    Ain’t even gotta sex

    Mmm but, I know what you like
    Baby
    Can I come over, come over
    You’re wasting your time
    Baby

    If you just let me come over babe
    If you just let me come over babe

    Know you wrong
    But ‘sho you right
    Home alone
    For the night
    I can turn you on
    With my dirty mind
    Say I won’t
    Worth a try
    Puppy love
    Butterflies
    Made you blush
    You made me smile
    What you want
    Baby you decide
    Why we grown
    Wasting time

    Steve
    If you just let me come over babe
    If you just let me come over babe

    Know you wrong
    But ‘sho you right
    Home alone
    For the night
    I can turn you on
    With my dirty mind
    Say I won’t
    Worth a try
    Puppy love
    Butterflies
    Made you blush
    You made me smile
    What you want
    Baby you decide
    Why we grown
    Wasting time

    (DIAMOND RANG$)
    Aye yo you call yourself being rude to me?
    Fuck you too you lil…
    You lil broke, yo-

    These bitches want diamond rings
    Birk bags and other bling
    I just don’t feel the same
    Vanity’s not my thang

    These bitches want diamond rings
    These bitches want diamond rings

    Jain – Hope lyrics

    J-A-I-N
    J-A-I-N

    Uh-ah Uh-ah

    [Chorus]
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together

    [Verse 1]
    Every day, every time
    There’s a street and here we are
    We are people make the world how it’s going down
    So we walked into your lives
    No one look deep in the eyes
    Except you, take my smile
    That’s the only thing I have

    [Pre-Chorus]
    Hope you’re fine
    Hope you’re great
    Hope you’re not alone in this town
    Hope you have good friend to talk
    Hope you will soon find a job
    Now you smile right back at me
    You see that is what I need

    Loving, hoping get for free
    I’m gonna need it
    I’m gonna use it
    I’m gonna need it
    I’m gonna use it

    [Chorus]
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together

    [Verse 2]
    You have dreams, too many in a depress of society
    For my hair, far to rare stuff
    Stop watching TV
    I’ll go outside, I’ll walk some more
    To see what is next to me
    And I saw you and then I knew
    How your smile can give some peace

    [Pre-Chorus]
    Hope you love
    Hope you’re strong
    Hope you will not get it wrong
    Stop your bullshit, then make freak
    Love is hard but it’s unique

    I’m gonna need it
    I’m gonna use it
    I’m gonna need it
    Yeah, I’m gonna use it

    [Chorus]
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together
    Try to keep up around
    Try to keep up in a road
    Try to make it better, better together

    Daniel Caesar – Take Me Away lyrics

    (feat. Syd of The Internet)

    [Verse 1: Daniel Caesar]
    Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy creation
    See what Jah has done
    Every time she tops me off, it’s celebration, yeah
    What has life become?
    And we don’t talk too much
    Could this be a strange new love I’ve got
    Plus she’s always got that loud pack
    Inspiration for this soundtrack
    Every time she throws that ass back, all she says is

    [Chorus: Daniel Caesar]
    Take me away
    Take me away
    Take me away
    Take me away

    [Verse 2: Daniel Caesar]
    Every time I go inside of your protected
    Place with reverence
    I’m reminded of a time I was neglected
    It seems you’re heaven sent
    She loves to top me off
    She’s cut from the finest cloth, my love
    Plus, we like to take it easy
    All she wants to do is please me
    Every time I’m on that TV, calls me up, says

    [Chorus: Daniel Caesar & Syd]
    Take me away
    Take me away
    Take me away (Won’t you please take me away baby, ‘way baby)
    (Won’t you please take me away)
    Take me away (I like the way you say my name baby, name baby)
    (Won’t you please take me away)
    Take me away
    Take me away

    [Outro: Syd]
    Wherever you go, just take me, take me, take me
    Would you take me, baby
    Take (Take me away)
    Want you take me away, take me away (Take me)
    Take me away, take me away
    If it’s the last thing
    Want you to take me away, take me away (Take me)
    Take me away, take me away
    Take me

    blackbear – i hope your whole life sux lyrics

    [Intro]
    ​beartrap, yeah

    [Verse 1]
    Sittin’, thinkin’ slow
    I’m all alone in my hotel, I think it’s Albuquerque
    I forgot what day it is, you fuckin’ hurt me
    I don’t know, I’m flyin’ girls around the world to validate myself
    I think it’s funny, yo
    Lololol’s the only L’s I’m takin’ shots at myself, that’s the truth
    Close my eyes, this girl I barely knew felt just like you
    Instagram be feelin’ like the grocery store, I pick and choose
    I got a lot in my account but I ain’t got shit to lose

    [Chorus]
    The truth
    Yeah, is I’ve been up for days on cocaine
    The truth
    Is I’ve been up for days tryin’ not to think about you
    I hope that I’m the reason that you can’t sleep
    I hope that your whole life sucks without me
    The truth
    Is I’ve been up for days thinkin’ ’bout you
    I’ve been up for days thinkin’ ’bout you
    I’ve been up for days thinkin’ ’bout you

    [Verse 2]
    Once again, you ain’t made no time for me, ain’t no surprise to me
    All my friends are really dead, this ain’t no “XO Llif3” for me
    Mama wasn’t ’round that much growin’ up, it’s all good
    Rather pay the mortgage than to see my bro in the hood
    Daddy saw me on TV, he proud that he adopted me
    He called me bugging out ’cause now his radio play “do re mi”
    But everybody wants something, he ain’t ask for nothing
    Every time I wanted something, he said mow some lawns
    “Get a job, have a backup plan B and a C
    And have fun in moderation, work harder, ain’t shit for free”

    [Chorus]
    The truth
    Yeah, is I’ve been up for days on cocaine
    The truth
    Is I’ve been up for days tryin’ not to think about you
    I hope that I’m the reason that you can’t sleep
    I hope that your whole life sucks without me
    The truth
    Is I’ve been up for days thinkin’ ’bout you
    Is I’ve been up for days thinkin’ ’bout you
    Is I’ve been up for days thinkin’ ’bout you

    Jessie J – Dopamine lyrics

    [NOT FULL]

    Open up your eyes now
    Turn the TV on and watch the news now
    The world is blowing up but we’re liking pictures
    The police be gunning up, fuck celebs that distract by beefing
    Way up in difference
    Oh man, we trippin’
    They got us talking ’bout shit we playin’ some mission
    Some real, some fiction
    Man, fuck the system
    They got us tweeting hype, to hide the issue
    We’re addicted to the dopamine

    Cardi B – With That lyrics

    [Hook]
    Hundred band, hundred band
    I’m ’bout my bread I got to get this shmoney man
    They fuck with my shmoney I’m sending them shots I watch them do the running man
    I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
    I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
    He just want to splurge and its ok I’m so cool with that
    5 thousand on a purse yeah baby boy I’m so cool with that
    Fuck him so good he gonna want to go spend all that
    Pussy got him on the jugg he gonna re-up and come right back

    [Verse 1]
    No I’m not cool, ’cause bitch I’m bool
    And I’m been jacking that ever since school
    So don’t be a fool
    Run up on me got mechanics with tools
    And they ain’t scared to lose
    They had me on snooze
    Now when I host it’s is a zoo
    When the host is a zoo
    Got me a check I got a check
    Feeling so blessed
    Doing a lot more than what they expect
    I’m in my prime everything in effect
    And I’m so cool with that
    This hustle not new to that
    Sell out these spots got ’em thinking like who did that
    This new bitch from the Bronx
    The one that you slept on for so long so cool all that, cool all that

    [Hook]
    Hundred band, hundred band
    I’m ’bout my bread I got to get this shmoney man
    They fuck with my shmoney I’m sending them shots I watch them do the running man
    I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
    I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
    He just want to splurge and its ok I’m so cool with that
    5 thousand on a purse yeah baby boy I’m so cool with that
    Fuck him so good he gonna want to go spend all that
    Pussy got him on the juug he gon’ re-up and come right back

    [Verse 2]
    He want to dab in this pussy but I don’t think he get the picture
    He ask me what I want I tell him, make me look like Sub-Zero sister
    I’m talking that ice, just ignore the price or I might just dismiss ya
    Don’t do broke niggas, ain’t no joke nigga ’cause the pussy delicious
    Bitches mad at me cause I’m on my shit
    I know they doubted me cause I used to strip
    Blew on IG on some regular shit, then she to TV on some degular shit
    When I pull up on that bitch for talking that shit amnesia kick in and I swear they forget
    Then I think to myself they ain’t fuck with my money then I keep it pushing watch out lil’ bitch

    [Hook]
    Hundred band, hundred band
    I’m ’bout my bread I got to get this shmoney man
    They fuck with my shmoney I’m sending them shots I watch them do the running man
    I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
    I’m with the shits if a nigga want this he gon’ have to buy all of that
    He just want to splurge and its ok I’m so cool with that
    5 thousand on a purse yeah baby boy I’m so cool with that
    Fuck him so good he gonna want to go spend all that
    Pussy got him on the jugg he gon’ re-up and come right back

    Kehlani – How We Do Us lyrics

    (feat. Kyle Dion)

    [Verse 1: Kyle Dion and Kehlani]
    Love shouldn’t be defined
    Love is one of a kind
    What we do is crazy baby
    All the ways you make me feel
    The way you do me like that
    The way you do me like that
    We just understand what nobody else can
    [Kehlani]
    You know how to put it down
    How to pick me up and never cause me stress
    Every day’s a rush
    You always cracking jokes and always make me blush
    I could stand the world if it was just us
    Every day you love me so
    Never let you go
    When I say it’s on you’ll never tell me no
    That’s love baby
    That’s us baby

    [Chorus: Both]
    You know ain’t explaining all this love we making
    They think that we’re crazy but it’s us
    Cause this is how we do us baby
    This is how we do us baby

    [Verse 2: Kehlani]
    Don’t you hate it when they get to asking all them questions ’bout the way we rockin’
    Like, we gotta have a separate title or something
    Gotta be on TV like the idols or something
    Cause baby boy this ain’t no way that I could ever begin to explain
    The way we love
    The way we trust
    The bond we have
    It’s just for us
    Just for us
    Telling me, yeah we’re soul mates
    I knew it ever since our very first date yeah
    You the truth
    I need the whole thing
    But I won’t risk putting this love at stake
    For a simple explanation to a simple muthafucka
    Who really don’t know us
    Really don’t wanna
    I mean it when I say it, that I only wanna love ya
    That other shit is extra
    Baby far above it now
    I know sometimes I do a little much
    I know sometimes you got a little problems with your trust
    But that’s love baby
    That’s us baby

    [Chorus: Both]
    You know ain’t explaining all this love we making
    They think that we’re crazy but it’s us
    Cause this is how we do us baby
    This is how we do us baby

    [Bridge: Kyle Dion and Kehlani]
    [Kyle]
    You’re the only one I want and I can never leave your side
    You’re always here down to ride
    You’re always here and that’s why
    I fu-u-u-uck with you
    [Kehlani]
    Said he fucking with me cause I’m down
    He know every single lyric
    He at every single show and
    Baby that’s why I’m in love with you

    [Chorus: Both]
    You know ain’t explaining all this love we making
    They think that we’re crazy but it’s us
    Cause this is how we do us baby

    Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert’s Reality Show Coming Next Year


    Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert have landed their own reality show and its coming next year.

    Teyana already dabbles into acting and gained even more fame for herself when she appeared in Kanye West’s “Fade” video. The cut went viral for her dance moves which she performed in a workout outfit while showing off her killer body. She also got more attention for her appearance at the New York Fashion week during the summer when she rep Philipp Plein.

    Now Teyana Taylor and her entire family including husband Iman Shumpert and their daughter will have a chance to be on your TV a lot more often. Deadline reported that the couple signed on to a new deal with VH1 for their very own reality TV show that will be called Teyana & Iman. The first season episodes will cover their life leading up to Teyana Taylor’s big NY Fashion Week debut. The couple says the reason that they signed on for the reality show is to be a positive symbol of black love.

    “Not just black love, all love,” Teyana Taylor said. “It is to inspire all love period. There’s nothing more special than showing young folk that you could be in love and married.”

    The show will focus mostly on Teyana Taylor and how she balances family and fame but we may also see some footage of Iman Shumpert basketball career and his plans to dabble in hip hop a little.

    .@TeyanaTaylor & @ImanShumpert represent Black Love in an all new series. ?? Catch #TeyanaAndIman MONDAY February 19 at 10/9c on VH1! pic.twitter.com/ifitLU7eRX

    — VH1 (@VH1) November 14, 2017

    Drake Buys $300K Herms Birkin Bag For Future Wife


    Drake reportedly drop $300,000 on a Hermes Birkin bag for his wife that he has not yet met.

    There are a lot of interesting things about Drake that the average fan may not know about and one of them is his habit of stockpiling some expensive Hermes Birkin bags for his future wife that he will meet one day. These bags can run up to $10,000 and Drizzy reportedly got one for a whopping $300,000. This girl doesn’t know it yet, but she she gets married to the 6 God, she will be well off. At one point everyone was rooting for Drake and Rihanna to one day jump the broom, but that on-and-off relationship seems to have ran its course and the Bajan pop beauty is now dating a billionaire.

    Not surprisingly, the Toronto rapper didn’t talk much about his romantic life which has always been under scrutiny, thanks to his love for women with big booty. Over the past few years, he has been linked to a number of women besides Rihanna, including some well known strippers like Malia Michel. Earlier this year, he was also linked to Jennifer Lopez but that seems like it wasn’t a serious romance.

    Drake is featured in the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter and in is spread he spoke about his retirement (one day). Drizzy also has his eyes set on Hollywood starting with a producing gig for Top Boy which will be reboot on Netflix next year. The rapper is also teaming up with Anonymous Content to produced a TV series. Anonymous Content is the production company behind Spotlight and Mr. Robot.

    Despite his venture into the movie and TV business, Drake says he still has passion for making music and why wouldn’t he because because he is good at it. “I’m sure I’ll stop [making music] one day,” Drake said in the interview with THR. “When it starts to feel like I’m making it up. Hopefully I’ll catch it before I ever get there, right? But right now it feels like we just started, so I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. But I do plan on expanding — to take six months or a year to myself and do some great films. Music’s always there.”

    Watch a short clip from the interview below.

    Shenseea and Her Son Featured In New Commercial


    Shenseea has been having a phenomenal year in dancehall and it’s only getting better for the fast rising female deejay.

    Aside from scoring a number of hits for herself this year, Shenseaa also snatched up a few corporate endorsement deals for herself including deals from Pepsi and now FLOW. She is featured in a new holiday ad for FLOW with her 2-year-old son, Rajeiro. The advertisement features the dancehall deejay, real name Chinsea Lee, hanging with her family while juggling her her own personal business which includes recording a song using her phone.

    “This one is very special to me for two reasons first, because it is the first time I am appearing onscreen with my heartbeat, my darling son, Rajeiro, and also because I love the Christmas season, and I was happy to get an opportunity to show off my talent in another kind of way,” Shenseea said.

    FLOW VP of marketing, Carlo Redwood, said the company wanted to show off the more family oriented side of Shenseea, a side of her that fans haven’t really seen before. The Christmas advertisement is currently being run on local TV stations.

    Yanique Curvy Diva responds To Christian Backlash


    Yanique ‘Curvy Diva’ Barrett is defending herself amidst growing backlash from the Christian community.

    The dancehall deejay/TV host has been getting some hear from Christians who are calling on her to change her lifestyle. Barrett says that this is not the first time that the Christian community is turning its attention towards her. In her defense, she is simply asking for a word of prayer rather than more judgments. “I had on clothes so for them to go so hard and tell me I need to find Jesus is too much,” she said. “Is weh dem know bout me and God.”

    The Curvy Diva added that the not because she is a sex symbol means that she is lacking morals doesn’t have a relationship with god. She said regardless of the criticism, she will maintain her faith in god. “Sometimes, they just need to give me a break,” she added. “They are too hard, and sometimes things nuh called for. I have a relationship with God. I grew up Adventist, so regardless of being a dancehall artiste, I’ll always have that connection with God. I go to Church, but it’s not even about going to Church, it’s more about having a relationship with God. I pray before I go on a dancehall stage, and knowing that I have a relationship where I can call on God is more important to me than saying I’m a Christian or not.”

    Yanique ‘Curvy Diva’ Barrett is currently getting ready to release the music video for her debut single “Lifestyle.” The video was shot in Jamaica last month and will premiere on Dancehallhiphop.com sometime soon.

    Blac Chyna Sues Entire Kardashian Clan For Canceled TV Show


    Blac Chyna is suing the entire Kardashian clan for canceling her TV show with Rob Kardashian “Rob & Chyna.”

    The second season of the show was set to air on E! network, but it’s not happening, according to a TMZ report. This feud between Chyna and the Kardashians is far from over. The celebrity socialite is suing the family for allegedly using their influence over the E! network to have her show booted. Sources inside the network are calling her claims bogus and pointed to a number of issues with her show including their inability to film because she refused to be in the same room as Rob.

    Back in July, Blac Chyna got out a restraining order against Rob Kardashian claiming that her baby daddy physically abused her. The network insider also claimed that E! was unhappy about the ratings for the first season of the show and that forms part of the reason for the cancellation. Chyna is also suing Rob for allegedly snatching her phone and knocking her to the ground in a rage. She also claimed that he once tore down a bedroom door to get to her and even threatened to kill himself on multiple occasions.

    Blac Chyna presented a number of text message evidence to support her story including messages where Rob Kardashian repeatedly told her that he would kill himself. “I will kill myself just to show U how serious I was about u and all this,” one of the messages read. In his defense, Rob Kardashian accuses Blac Chyna of cheating on him with multiple men including her baby daddy Tyga. Back in July, he stunned everyone when he leaked a number of nude photos and videos of Chyna on Instagram while exposing the men she has been cheating on him with. We will be watching closely to see how far her lawsuit against the Kardashians goes.

    Sam Hunt – I’m Down Lyrics

    We can drag a little time
    You can spend some of my money maybe waste a little wine
    We could go to the beach
    We could watch TV
    We could write our names on the bridge or just listen to the radio
    Breakin’ to that old hotel
    We can get a kickback ourselves
    We can call the whole damn crew
    It really don’t matter whatever you wanna do

    I’m down
    If you wanna head back to town
    If you wanna just drive aro-o-ound
    If you wanna get flirty
    If you wanna talk dirty
    I’m down
    If you wanna come a little unwind
    Whenever you just wanna hang o-o-out
    Wherever you’re up for
    Baby girl, I’m down