Narcos

Album: Culture II (2018)
Charted: 36
  • Trapping like the narco (narco)
    Got dope like Pablo (Pablo)
    Cut throat like Pablo (cut throat)
    Chop trees with the Draco (Draco)
    On the Nawf, got Diego (Diego)
    Saying hasta luego (luego)
    Muy Bien wrapping kilos (ye)
    Snub nose with potatoes
    Straight out the jungle (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    This real rap, no mumble (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    My skin black like mamba (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Got stash boxes in Hondas (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Straight out the jungle (oh yeah)

    Bricks in the brick house
    Use to hit licks and go to ma house (momma)
    Straight out the jungle (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Young nigga don't know nothin' now (ya)
    Young nigga know too much now (woo)
    Bow bow bow, that'll slow 'em down (yeah, yeah)
    We pick up the hundos (hundos)
    Then drop them off to Huncho (Huncho)
    I came from the bando, (bando, beep beep) here go the wide load

    Trapping like the narco (narco)
    Got dope like Pablo (Pablo)
    Cut throat like Pablo (cut throat)
    Chop trees with the Draco (Draco)
    On the Nawf, got Diego (Diego)
    Saying hasta luego (luego)
    We'll be in wrapping kilos (ye)
    Snub nose with potatoes
    Straight out the jungle (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    This real rap, no mumble (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    My skin black like mamba (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Got stash boxes in Hondas (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Straight out the jungle (oh yeah)
    (Magnífico, arriba, arriba)

    Hey, cold gang with the cocaine (coke)
    The more money make more rain (rain)
    Pouring up a pint while I'm bagging propane (bag)
    Point blank range give a nigga nose rings (yes)
    Skip to my lou with a pack in the cat (cat)
    Jiffy, Lube, where the bricks where they at (where)
    Dripping, ooze the Patek all wet (ooh)
    The birds in the trap they ain't leavin' out they nest (brr)
    Get pie face, Seth like meth, yeah
    Yup, runnin' with the pack got slapped (yeah)
    Hands in the cookie jar, cut his finger off (ah)
    Nigga bein' greedy we gon' cut his tummy out
    Hundred bricks on the roads, took a couple routes (bricks)
    Plus momma house, Hermes and Fendi couch (eh)
    I ain't really with the razzle dazzle
    Knock him off and then I throw him off the boat, paddle (brr)
    Go to Tijuana, put the kilo on the saddle (ooh)
    Sack him, hit a lick cop a pterodactyl (sack)
    Pap him, choppa bitin' down like an apple
    Mansion with the acres with the horses and the cattle

    Trapping like the narco (narco)
    Got dope like Pablo (Pablo)
    Cut throat like Pablo (cut throat)
    Chop trees with the Draco (Draco)
    On the Nawf, got Diego (Diego)
    Saying hasta luego (luego)
    We'll be in wrapping kilos (ye)
    Snub nose with potatoes
    Straight out the jungle (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    This real rap, no mumble (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    My skin black like mamba (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Got stash boxes in Hondas (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Straight out the jungle (oh yeah)
    (Magnífico, arriba, arriba)

    Take-Takeoff
    No monkey in the jungle, block hot like a sauna
    Bustin' knockin' on me, tryna weave with anacondas
    Jumpin' in the water, trying to sneak across the waterglass
    Seek guards out, got me bit by a piranha (ouch)
    I'll bag it, bag a money, know I gotta have it
    Savage, but I'm still a gentleman in Cali (Cali)
    Static, nigga turn to mean about the cabbage (uh)
    Kill his whole family if he run off with your package (brr)
    I just put a pack on the way to Bogota (pack)
    Poke his eyes out, ain't no telling what he saw (poke 'em out)
    I'ma wire his jaw, I don't know if he will talk (wire jaw)
    Get the chainsaw and I'ma saw his legs off (saw)
    They knew that we was gang but they saying that we a ring
    Investigating, taking pictures of the whole team (DEA)
    Undercover, tryna do a sting
    10 mil on a plane, going straight to Medellin

    Trapping like the narco (narco)
    Got dope like Pablo (Pablo)
    Cut throat like Pablo (cut throat)
    Chop trees with the Draco (Draco)
    On the Nawf, got Diego (Diego)
    Saying hasta luego (luego)
    We'll be in wrapping kilos (ye)
    Snub nose with potatoes
    Straight out the jungle (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    This real rap, no mumble (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    My skin black like mamba (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Got stash boxes in Hondas (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Straight out the jungle (oh yeah) Writer/s: Daryl Mcpherson, Henry Celestin, Kiari Kendrell Cephus, Kirsnick Khari Ball, Quavious Marshall, Robert Martino
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Songtrust Ave, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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