Money Calling

Album: single release only (2021)
Charted: 48
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  • I rolled my spliff
    On the sunrise, half past six
    In a all-black Louis V drip
    I can sleep when I get my fix
    It's some very dark nights I've lived
    And I'm making those top-ten hits (mm-hmm)
    See, I'm good at this pop star shit (mm-hmm)
    Just cah I smile like this
    Doesn't mean I can't take your bitch (Beatfreakz)
    James, Jamal and John
    All of my exes singing my songs
    Write my songs and I write her songs
    Life is sweet and the money don't lie
    I stand for my bitches, catch me outside
    None of you know what I did to survive
    Everyone who streamed that, followed that, played that back
    Gee, thanks cah you changed my life
    If I pull right up now it's a 100K minimum
    Life feels good when you're making millions
    Met a new ting, he was making billions
    Got on one knee so I had to get rid of him
    Since sixteen, every night I pray
    Now I'm having dinner with Bey and Jay
    I'm a Croydon girl where the pavements grey
    And I had no plugs, I paved my way, yeah

    My pride too high, never asked you for help
    Boy, you should pree the house I just bought for myself
    Still in the ends, South London, baby
    For what it's worth, I'm glad you played me
    Now none of these men never matter to me
    Got my girls, got my cars, got my green and my weed
    Know there be ring-ring, it's that money calling
    This that shit, you have to spend it to believe it, darling

    Number one, can't throw no shade
    I make hit songs, not trap or trade
    Hit that once and the pumpum's great
    I can't wife her cah she way too bait
    More followers than Imjustbait
    Touch my skin you wanna make front page
    I've gotta big whip, man's due a upgrade
    They wanna catch up, but it's way too late
    Uptown with Julez, man's feeding
    Taking a M when SK's peaking
    Meant to see one girl that I'm jeeting
    But I'm kinda late for a label meeting
    Princess, she look good this evening
    Rubbin' my hood, ayy, bae, stop teasing (tek time)
    Take off my belt and push that deek in
    Give her the pipe, that's central heating

    My pride too high, never asked you for help
    Boy, you should pree the house I just bought for myself
    Still in the ends, South London, baby
    For what it's worth, I'm glad you played me
    Now none of these men never matter to me
    Got my girls, got my cars, got my green and my weed
    Know there be ring-ring, it's that money calling
    This that shit, you have to spend it to believe it, darling

    They ain't believe in me
    Working harder like there's three of me
    Used to pray I made a 100K
    I'm breaking bread all day, I do it easily
    One year in, I made a lotta changes
    While these niggas out here tryna beef with me
    Turned the page and now I'm going places
    Now these Insta' baddies wanna sleep with me
    I'ma jeet and skeet
    My head is in the stars and I can't ask you for help
    All these scars that's on my back, I cut 'em open myself
    When life gets hard it'll be okay
    It's me and RAYE in this brand new Wraith
    It's baby blue like Beyoncé
    You better tell Jay 'bout wewantwraiths

    My pride too high, never asked you for help
    Boy, you should pree the house I just bought for myself
    Still in the ends, South London, baby
    For what it's worth, I'm glad you played me
    Now none of these men never matter to me
    Got my girls, got my cars, got my green and my weed
    Know there be ring-ring, it's that money calling
    This that shit, you have to spend it to believe it, darling

    (Beatfreakz) Writer/s: Jahmori Dejon Simmons, Mikkel Eriksen, Mohamed Dahir, Obi Fred Ebele, Rachel Keen, Shaffer Smith, Shylo Millwood, Tor Hermansen, Uche Ben Ebele
    Publisher: Cloud9, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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