8 out of 10

Album: Scorpion (2018)
Charted: 21
  • Too rich for who? Y'all just got rich again
    Who grips the mic and likes to kill they friends?
    I've never been the type to make amends
    If shit was at a eight we like to, we like to, we like to
    Yeah, if shit was at a eight we like to make it ten
    1da sent this in, I'm goin' up all the way
    I don't like to talk when there's nothin' else left to say

    Drizzy 'bout to drop, the game is in disarray
    I'd tell you hear me out but we both know end of the day
    Your sister is pressin' play
    Your trainer is pressin' play
    Your wifey, your wifey, your wifey, your wifey

    I gotta breathe in real deep when I catch a attitude
    I got a whole nother level that I can tap into
    Max said they only bless when they attached to you
    The only deadbeats is whatever beats I been rappin' to
    And the product is still the best, though
    It's only good in my city because I said so
    Just to fit the estate man, I had to Copperfield like presto, voilà, tada

    Never a matter of "could I," or "should I?"
    Kiss my son on the forehead then kiss your ass goodbye
    As luck would have it I've settled into my role as the good guy
    I guess luck is on your side
    I guess luck is on your side
    All sevens, no sixes, rest easy, get some shut eye
    Hold on, hold up
    But I miss makin' 'em pay
    Helipad from Will Smith crib straight to the stage
    Three Forum shows, but I played Staples today
    The neighborhood is smokey, y'all stay safe in this place

    Drizzy 'bout to drop, the game is in disarray
    I'd tell you hear me out but we both know end of the day
    Your niggas is pressin' play
    Your nanny is pressin' play
    Your wifey, your wifey, your wifey, your wifey

    Had to go and hit reset, now we here
    I been on top for three sets of three years
    I can't be around the niggas you minglin' with
    I can't fly if I can't sit on the wing of this shit
    Try to pay it less mind
    They been keepin' tabs on me like I'm payin' next time
    I think I sense a little fear from the other side
    White vans parked across the street, real subtle guys

    Yeah, never a matter of "could I," or "should I?"
    Kiss my mom on the forehead, then kiss your ass goodbye
    As luck would have it I've settled into my role as the good guy
    I guess luck is on your side
    I guess luck is on your side
    All sevens, no sixes, rest easy, get some shut eye
    Hold on, hold up
    But I (haha)

    Hahaha, I can't argue with you
    No! You mad!
    Look at you! You mad!
    You big mad (hahaha)
    I'm happy!
    Leave me alone!
    I just want some money
    A lot of money
    I don't get paid to argue with you
    No! Who is you?
    You ain't nobody
    You mad! Writer/s: Abrim Tilmon, Andreao Shaunee Heard, Arthur Ross, Aubrey Drake Graham, Christopher Wallace, Jahaan Sweet, James Kowan Lloyd, Jeffrey H. Lorber, Leon Ware, Matthew O'Brien, Matthew Jehu Samuels
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., ROYALTY COMPANIES, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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