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Album: Ludaversal (2015)
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  • Uh, mic check 1-2 (Go get 'em)
    Listen close, nigga, yeah

    Uh, if rappers want it, they can get it
    Flow tighter than four fat bitches sittin' in a Civic
    My flows are unimaginable, Hannibal Lecter shit
    Eatin' emcees for breakfast, bitch
    Since I was born to touch the mic
    The first time it's been a problem
    Your life was a mistake
    Your pops should've wore a condom
    You niggas think you hard
    I think you better come harder (Go hard)
    I leave rappers confused like will.i.am barber
    Ah, fuckin' with Luda's not a great look
    A verse'll make your fans unfriend you on Facebook
    Click, my styles are goin' into labor
    So if stars won a war, I made daddy like Darth Vader
    And since I'm always high, it's kind of hard to overlook me
    For over a hundred stacks, it's kind of hard to overbook me
    And a whole 'nother house for my cars is on my checklist
    Cause to fit 'em in one garage is like a nigga playin' Tetris
    But they say patience is a virtue
    Cause I got your bitch stayin' out way past her curfew
    Guess I was a thief that got away with these words
    Slangin' chickens out my whip like I been playin' Angry Birds
    In a black Rolls Royce, Dark Knight like Batman
    Everywhere you turn, the Ghost follows like Pac-Man
    And I sleep with the John Dillinger
    And always keep an eye half-open like Forest Whitaker
    No, you boys ain't ready for combat
    Be more worried if I renew my Def Jam contract
    What path is he on? Opponents, I laugh and be gone
    They handin' in the towels like they work in Bed, Bath & Beyond
    But in the midst of all the melee
    Y'all niggas just bitches with dicks like Sheneneh
    Your rap styles are phony, your lines are just dead
    And I be on them lines like a nigga just played
    Guess I'm tryin' to say I'm advanced, you intermediate
    You wouldn't know the real me if your bitch Wikipedia'd it
    Just know that I never tried to be hard
    Probably cause Mr. Glock 40's my security guard
    You'll get chopped like judo
    Gangs in my hood make you reverse
    And change your color like the block's playin' Uno
    And, yes, some of my friends is still sellin' them drugs
    But I just say they Weight Watchers like Jennifer Hud
    They show me love
    That's why I'll always stay reppin' until the death of me
    Rappers talk shit, but ain't nobody ever stepped to me
    I hereby command all my fans' to inject it
    Overdose on Red Bull in your veins if you ever slept on me
    Yeah, my mind is sharper than a guillotine
    All the knives extended from the knuckles of Wolverine
    Not a X-Man, but, man, I got that X
    I'm on my hardest, switch labels, but I still get a cheque
    The more albums they sell, the more we all win
    And I can be seen in thirty rocks like Alec Baldwin
    Or watchin' CBS in a Cadillac DTS
    I plan to reach the world, man, your plan is MetroPCS
    I changed my music up cause I was gettin' bored
    You may not like the way I shoot, but my points go on the board
    My name still engrained and these books will be the outcome
    And this one verse is harder than a lot of niggas' albums

    Peace, fuck out of here, rewind that shit
    Ha-ha-ha, Luda, ain't shit changed Writer/s: Christopher Brian Bridges, Christopher Brown, John Groover, Larrance Dopson, Michael Cox
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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