Banks & Steelz in the building Flash the camera I'ma drop the hammer Things done changed in hip-hop Since they let Bobby out the slammer Hip-hop started on the East coast Then it moved West, now down to 'Bama I'ma bring it back to New York Roll those blunts and throw your hands up Pass me the cup full of Goose In the club with the juice In the pub getting bent out Then I'ma slide with a dime to my right And head up to my penthouse Oh, I'm not tryna take it slow Working hard, caking dough Open the 24, we striving for that gold
I'll stop for nothing I will play this game That's so easily started Not so easily parted, aw Giant Giant Everything is shaking through the walls ‘Cause we are Giant, mm Giant With the heart of David, you know it takes just one It's the
Fuck CNN, this is ghetto editorial See me like milk and Oreos Dipped inside the audio Platinum plaques in my portfolio My lines are fine as wine They blow your mind like coco You could do what you wanna do Whether group or solo Boston cold with a bowl of chili Summer cheese steak on the road in Philly I'ma patriot, don't deal with hatred You make that beef I'll smack you silly Back on up on this Before you fuck with this You better wall jumping off the building I'm cuttin' wrists Oh, gotta heat up the show Raise the thermometer I'm gonna take full control Hey, Paul, let 'em know
I'll stop for nothing I will play this game That's so easily started Not so easily parted, aw Giant Giant Everything is shaking through the walls ‘Cause we are Giant, mm Giant With the heart of David, you know it takes just one To tee off
Novus ordo seclorum E pluribus unum They changing climates And replacing humans And fracking soils While bulldozing forests But they can't defeat us They cannot destroy us (Are we dreaming the same dream?) (Of money, guns, and gasoline?) And nicotine for the average teen CFOs are after cream GMOs extracting genes With everyone on my TV
Giant Giant Everything is shaking through the walls ‘Cause we are Giant Giant With the heart of David, you know it takes just one Get some
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