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First Day Out Lyrics – Tee Grizzley

“First Day Out”

These niggas prayed on my downfall
These niggas prayed on my downfall
On all ten, bitch I stood tall
Show these disloyal niggas how to ball

Go get a thermometer for the pot, I need this shit cooked right
Lets keep this water 400 degrees Fahrenheit
You ever been inside a federal court room?
Nigga you ever went to trial and fought for your life?
Being broke did something to my spirit
Asked niggas to plug me, they act like they couldn’t hear me
Look at me now, driving German engineering
You don’t want your baby mama fucked, keep the ho from near me
Kilroy, remember I used to use your L’s to hit the road
Hit the O and make them big boy sales?
Moo, remember when you had them green things mailed
With vacuum seals trying not to have them green things smelled?
Feds was on me, what you know about related through money
I don’t know nothing, I just used to see ’em walk to the Coney
I fuck with bitches my body count go from Pershing to Cody
Any further questions, you can take that up with the lawyer
My nigga Fenkell, J Money, Brightmo Lo, Project Joe
Will tell you everyday before school I sold a half bow
How you think I won best dressed with no support?
And had them paid lawyers coming in and out of court
Aye Dwan though, aye Theo ain’t it a blessing?
We made it out Kentucky after all that happened?
After the pre-trials, after the status
After them impact statements, after the castle
Aye JR nigga, ain’t it a blessing?
We made it out of Lansing after all that happened?
After Michigan State, after Hubbard
When our mans told on us, them bands they took from us
Joy road bitch, but the money long as six mile
Brick mile, knock your bitch down
Pick her up, knock her back down, pull her tracks out
Yes I slap girl, yes I slap dog, yes I slap loud
Yes I’ll slap a pussy nigga if he act out
Yes I caught cases on the road with them killers
Bro kill me if I snitch, cause if you snitch I’m gon’ kill you
Spent a lot of time on that yard with them gorillas
Stood tall, did I let niggas hoe me? Quit being silly
I know for a fact your bitch pussy get wet for a nigga
Cause I do it better, plus I’m doing better than niggas
I’m at home when I’m down there in Lexington nigga
‘Bout the king, they gone drop you and who next to you nigga
Unc said Lil T, “Get ahead of them niggas”
When you take off, don’t look back and try to rescue them niggas
You killed his mans? Then make sure you get the rest of them niggas
Don’t let them get the best of you, just get the revenue nigga”
So let me know what you can handle, okay come grab it
Here go some extras, so if I’m busy you can manage
Fiends had me Blade dancing, eating sixty dollar salads
Get it there and back, tell the feds I need a challenge
My first offer was 30 years, not a day lower
I told them crackers holler at me when they sober
On parole, I’m a felon, you think I ain’t got that blower?
Yeah you right, bro take his head off his fucking shoulders (boom boom boom!)
You hear me? Hit the Rollie store with the Rollie on
What was our getaway car? A Jag Portfolio
You hear me? aye I heard I had some sneak dissers
Whoever feeling hot, that AR got a heat sensor
Cuz said don’t entertain them hungry niggas
I wish I would pay attention to these homeless niggas
Don’t call my phone, I don’t want to do no song with niggas
And tell yo bitch to tighten up before I bone her, nigga
I don’t know you niggas, fuck wrong with niggas?
Through these white buffs I can see the hoe in niggas
Free my nigga Parico, that boy be hoeing niggas
Shoot the smile off your face, I don’t joke with niggas
Boy I can’t trust you with that strap if you don’t got no bodies
Boy I can’t take you on no lick if you ain’t robbed nobody
You ain’t no shooter, you can’t do that shit without no molly
I came home and had the hoes wetter than Kalahari
Thirty months ago niggas ain’t think that I was coming home
Shout out to them niggas’ freaks that I been cumming on
Get em to the crib, bust em down, now bitch run along
This SK’ll get to shaking like there’s something wrong
Thirty bands two times, watch this money clone
The feds say my name hot like when the oven on
Bitch I came home to my lil brother gone
Niggas say they looking for me, pull up in the Skuddy zone
Who said I’m a snitch? You just heard a lie from him
Better check the black and white, that paperwork will vouch for him
Zero toleration for that nigga, take his life from him
He don’t want that pistol play? Okay I’ll Tyson him
I ain’t hear from bitches when I had them blues on
So soon as I’m done fucking, put your shoes on
I’m on parole in two states, I can’t move wrong
The feds trying to build a case, I can’t move wrong
I went to trial back to back, bitch I’m two and oh
The state of Kentucky banned me from every jewelry store
Say I can’t even be in public with my hoodie on
Michigan State don’t want him here, they don’t know what he on

I know they prayed on my downfall
I know they prayed on my downfall
On all ten bitch I stood tall
Show these disloyal niggas how to ball

About Tee Grizzley

Grizzley, or Terry Sanchez Wallace, is an upcoming hip-hop artist from Detroit who was born in 1994. In his previous position as a member of the Allstars Ballard crew, he was known as ASBH Tee, and he served a prison sentence of nearly three years for armed robbery. Shortly after his release, he teamed up with producer Helluva to produce “First Day Out,” a harrowing, slow-burning song that has racked up millions of views. After the success of the song, Grizzley signed a deal with 300 Entertainment, backed by major-label Atlantic Records, as a result of its success. In the first few months of 2017, a few singles were released, including “From the D to the A,” which featured Lil Yachty on the vocals. Despite no guest appearances, the commercial mixtape My Moment was released that April and debuted at number 44 on the Billboard 200 chart despite having no guest performances to boost its popularity. He then collaborated with Chicago rapper Lil Durk to release the collaborative mixtape Bloodas, which was released in December 2017, following a few more singles.

Albums and career

There is no doubt that Grizzley’s debut album, Activated, has been a great success, reaching the Top Ten on the Billboard 200 chart in May 2018. In late 2016, Chance the Rapper, Lil Pump, Offset, and other rap stars appeared on a mixtape titled Still My Moment that included guest appearances from Chance the Rapper, Lil Pump, and Offset. Earlier this year, in June, the second album of his career was released, titled Scriptures. This album was executive produced by Timbaland and featured guest appearances from YNW Melly and A Boogie with da Hoodie. It debuted on the Billboard 200 at number 20 and went on to sell more than 100 thousand copies worldwide.

The beginning of the new decade saw Grizzley release several new songs, such as “Red Light,” “Payroll,” and in June of that year, he released his first song in the decade, Mr. Officer, a song that addressed police violence, and which featured the Detroit Youth Choir and Queen Naija during the live performance. That track was part of his mixtape The Smartest, which arrived the same month, and was included on the album. In this album, Lil Baby, Meek Mill, and fellow Detroit native Big Sean are featured, giving it a very introspective feel. The album debuted just outside of the Top 20 on the U.S. albums chart. In the spring of 2021, he teamed up with his brother Baby Grizzley on a song called “Gave That Back.” This song appeared on their third album, Built for Whatever, released in May of that year. It peaked at the number 15 spot on the Billboard 200 chart and featured guest contributions from Big Sean, Lil Durk, King Von, and Young Dolph, among others. Upon releasing Half Tee Half Beast in April 2022, he dropped the hard-hitting single “Afterlife.” The song appears on his next mixtape, Half Tee Half Beast.

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