Man's Not Hot

Album: Single release only (2017)
Charted: 3
  • Yo, Big Shaq, the one and only
    Man's not hot, never hot
    Skrrat (GottiOnEm), skidi-kat-kat
    Boom

    Two plus two is four, minus one that's three, quick maths
    Everyday man's on the block, smoke trees
    See your girl in the park, that girl is a uckers
    When the ting went quack-quack-quack, you man were ducking (you man ducked)
    Hold tight, Asnee (my brotha), he's got the pumpy (big ting)
    Hold tight, my man (my guy), he's got the frisbee
    I trap, trap, trap on the phone, movin' that cornflakes
    Rice Krispies, hold tight my girl, Whitney (my G)
    On the road doin' ten toes, like my toes (like my toes)
    You man thought I froze, I see a peng girl, then I pose (chilin')
    If she ain't on it, I ghost, hah, look at your nose (check your nose fam)
    You donut, nose long like garden hose

    I tell her man's not hot, I tell her man's not hot
    The girl told me, "Take off your jacket"
    I said, "Babes, man's not hot" (never hot)
    I tell her man's not hot (never hot)
    I tell her man's not hot (never hot)
    The girl told me, "Take off your jacket"
    I said, "Babes, man's not hot" (never hot)

    Say that man's not hot (not hot)
    When I pull up nuff legal shot (gunshot)
    Grrrrra-ka-ka-ka-ka-boom
    Bi-di-bi-di-bing, poom-poom, bang, pop-pop-pop (hold that)
    You see your bitch look hot and stressed (hey, hey)
    Portable fan up underneath her dress (hey, hey)
    Oracle man, you know a nigga blessed (hey, hey)
    Horrible, damn, I leave it in a mess
    Big gun cock (gun cock)
    Bend down and I reach up in my sock (why you do that?)
    Partridge Family, bullets is under the cartridge
    Then I get to loadin' on the Glock (boom)
    Shots fly, hit you in the leg
    Travel to your head, bullet end up in your back (end in your back)
    Trust me, you don't want no problem
    With the mandem when the mandem on your block

    The ting goes skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka
    Skidiki-pap-pap, and a pu-pu-pudrrrr-boom
    Skya, du-du-ku-ku-dun-dun
    Poom, poom, you dun know

    I tell her man's not hot (man's not), I tell her man's not hot (never hot)
    The girl told me, "Take off your jacket"
    I said, "Babes, man's not hot" (never hot)
    I tell her man's not hot (never hot)
    I tell her man's not hot (never hot)
    The girl told me, "Take off your jacket"
    I said, "Babes, man's not hot"

    Man can never be hot (never hot), perspiration ting (spray dat)
    Lynx Effect (come on), you didn't hear me did you? (nah)
    Use roll-on (use that), or spray
    But either way, A-B-C-D (alphabet ting)

    The ting goes skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka
    Skidiki-pap-pap, and a pu-pu-pudrrrr-boom
    Skya, du-du-ku-ku-dun-dun
    Poom, poom

    You dun know, Big Shaq
    Man's not hot
    I tell her man's not hot (never hot)
    Forty degrees and man's not hot (come on)
    Yo, in the sauna, man's not hot (never hot)
    Yeah, skidika-pap-pap Writer/s: Michael Dapaah, Kashama Mukun, Rennel Walker-Arthur, EMMANUEL SCHIRMER, KASHAMA MUKUNA, SHELDON RICARDO AITANA LAWRENCE, UNKNOWN WRITER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ultra Tunes, BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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