Oh, you ain’t know I could sing? (Oh, oh, oh) Hahaha (yeah)
Shorty a lil’ baddie (she a lil’ baddie) Shorty my lil’ boo thing (boo thing) And shorty got the fatty Shorty be catching mood swings Every time I fuck without a rubber I nutted on the covers And I kept it undercover ‘Cause I don’t kiss and tell (kiss and tell)
Every time I fuck, she call me daddy My lil’ mama nasty I see the pussy through the panties (whatever you want) She taste like candy She a queen, like Nefertiti Uh-oh, my lil’ mama sittin’ pretty And we be shoppin’ through the city (oh, oh) I gave her keys to the Bentley (whoa, whoa) Get off your knees, you don’t gotta cry to me I’m your best friend, baby, you don’t gotta lie I’ll get you everything that you want and you need from Chanel to Celine It’s on you to decide Valentino, yeah, I put you in the best Start liftin’ up your dress, start kissin’ on your neck (oh no, no) Start rubbin’ on your butt, start massagin’ your breasts I ain’t wanna give you a baby just yet, so I backed out and nutted on your breasts I put you in an Uber (Uber) and sent you to your bed (oh) The very next day (oh), you sent me a text (oh) You pulled up to the crib and we did it again (oh, oh)
Shorty a lil’ baddie (she a lil’ baddie) Shorty my lil’ boo thing (boo thing) And shorty got the fatty Shorty be catching mood swings Every time I fuck without a rubber I nutted on the covers And I kept it undercover ‘Cause I don’t kiss and tell (ooh)
You know, I never found love until I looked into your eyes (into your eyes) First time blushin’, I ain’t even gon’ lie (ain’t even gon’ lie) Four rounds in, leavin’ bruises on your thighs You the only bitch could make me spin off on the guys And the only bitch that make me wanna nut when I’m inside It’s your vibe, leave with me you gettin’ high None of these bitches fuckin’ with you even if they tried Pussy on tsunami, I ain’t never felt it dry Close my eyes ‘fore I sleep, hope you be there when I wake Honestly, I feel the vibe we have is great And if there’s something in your mind, you can tell me And if I told you what’s on mine, would you help me? You gon’ see the bigger picture, it’s just gon’ take time Just because you mine I’ma keep you lookin’ like a dime Ain’t no imperfections, girl, you fine Baby, what’s your sign? hope you ain’t against the slow grind (Work, work, it’s me and you) me and you Keep it silent, there ain’t nothin’ we can’t do Through the storm, baby, we can make it through Why you actin’ brand new? You know you my lil’ boo thing Got up on my Birkin, it’s workin’ She said she a virgin (it’s hurtin’) She my biggest fan, she always lurkin’ She know I’m a man, I’ma put that work in I know she can’t stand me, I’m fancy So I’ma bring her out when I get my Grammy Late night sex, she can’t find her panties Couldn’t hold it in, now she need a Plan B
And shorty got the fatty (shorty got the fatty) Shorty be catching mood swings (Every time I fuck without a rubber) (I nutted on her covers) And I kept it undercover ‘Cause I don’t kiss and tell
About pop Smoke
Bashar Jackson, known as Pop Smoke, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. In 2018, he secretly began recording his own vocals during studio sessions with various associates. This collection of street-driven anthems is a result of combining the sonics of Chicago and London drill with the booming, smoky vocals of Brooklyn’s emerging drill scene, resulting in an explosive and booming collection of street-driven anthems. He released “Welcome to the Party” as the follow up to his debut single “MPR”, which had been remixed by Sheff G’s iconic “Panic, Pt. 3”. There is a song in the song produced by 808Melo of the UK drill group, 808Melo. Smoke’s track has quickly become the biggest success in Brooklyn drill so far, racking up millions of streams in just a few days, and prompting remixes from the likes of Skepta and Nicki Minaj, bringing the local subgenre to a global audience. As a result of Smoke’s rapid rise, he released his debut project, Meet the Woo, in July of this year, produced exclusively by eight08melo. With the release of Meet the Woo in late 2018, Smoke was able to walk away with a second major hit in the form of “Dior,” which he featured on JackBoys, a compilation Travis Scott and Cactus Jack released at the beginning of 2019.
Pop Smoke Hit Rap Songs
It’s no secret that Brooklyn’s Pop Smoke is known for his breakout song ‘Welcome to the Party’, which was a combination of gravelly vocals and erratic production that made him the face of the drill scene in Brooklyn. The rapper jumped into the mainstream just a year after making his debut, landing in the Top Ten with his sophomore mixtape Meet the Woo, Vol. The second part. It is a tragic fact that on February 19, 2020, shortly after reaching this chart peak, he was gunned down by unknown gunmen.
With the release of Smoke’s Meet the Woo sequel in 2020, artists from Quavo to A Boogie wit da Hoodie will be featured. I would like to take the opportunity to introduce the mixtape, called Meet the Woo, Vol. In his sophomore album, he continued his drill-heavy debut, paying homage to the genre’s British roots through a Charlie Sloth freestyle while also incorporating some of the more melodic aspects of Brooklyn hip-hop into the mix. Despite the rapper’s success with this project, it reached number seven on the Billboard 200 and topped the charts across Europe, making it the rapper’s most successful project to date. In the end, Pop Smoke was shot and killed during a home invasion a few weeks later on February 19; he was only 20 at that time.