My cover of the song, if you want to see the live performance here the video:
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[VERSE I: SHAWTY BURN-A-CHURCH]
grey five nine signed
rough diamonds tryna shine
christ and i
you know i'm diving head when crucified
lucifer cried when i told him i'm choosing to die
noose and a knife
but i ain't use the knife to loosen the noose
keep it tight
abusin the truth that's a lie
fuck boy with a ski mask think he gon rob me blind
fuck boy better think fast when he cock the nine
fuck boy better sink back in that fuckin spine
second guessin crime
7th ward where i snort a slug and cross the fucking line
yet another line inside the cup
another line you should look up
another line that shook you up
i signed the line for lucifer
[VERSE II: NORTHSIDE SHAWTY]
five nine til i'm dead
bitch i'm grey til the death
never gave a fuck bout dyin no
even when i was a jit
pop a jig
load the rig with that motherfuckin china white
fuck it if i die tonight
im gambling with my fuckin life
west bank/northside til the coffin ride
who am i?
i am god
i am basquiat
yung kurt cobain with the scarred veins
hear the crows say my name?
i'm just wastin my time
i'm just wastin my breath
why can't i just die?
why can't i go next?
why we get no respect?
why i loved holding tecs?
xanax bar on my neck
i pop em
pop em til death
this ain't no motherfuckin trend
everyday feels like the end
feed me, feed me medicine
so i can't feel my sins
By the legendary Lin-Manuel himself, here is a version he created with Jordan Fisher based on one of his hit songs You're Welcome (feat. "The Rock") from the award winning movie "Moana"
(I apologize for the beginning and clarity of the song)
Migos member Offset has released a new solo single to start off the week. Appropriately titled “Monday,” the latest from the rapper features a beat from close collaborators OG Parker and Deko and is built around his melodic flows. Like many of the records he has worked on with Migos, expect this one to make the rounds in clubs and cars everywhere. Even though both Offset and Quavo have been working on their own careers in recent weeks, Migos’ recent successes should keep the trio motivated for many months to come.
You can check out Offset’s “Monday” above, and catch him on tour with Migos this summer for Future’s “Nobody’s Safe” trek.