Album: Kimberly: The People I Used to Know (2017)
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  • Kimberley Michelle surprises her man on this sultry cut with a birthday gift:

    It's your birthday, baby, what you wanna do
    Got some bit--es, got some pretty bit--es comin' through
    Know I said I'd never do, but I guess I lied
    Roll an L, pour the drink, f--- it let's get high

    "For birthday time, I'm fun. I like to enjoy," Michelle told Genius. "This another year that you've made it through the bulls--t. I want bitches coming through. I want liquor. I want edibles. I want macaroni and cheese. I just want a good time and everything I love."


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