Album: Reggie (2010)
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  • Reggie... reggie! (aowwww)
    Reggie... ladies and gentlemen
    We gon' do it like this

    Yo, ay, the brother with a haircut
    Rhymes, got your mind in a bearhug
    Ladies, this one to pin your hair up
    This year, I have the tighter airs up
    They say I'm lil' cocky when I'm battin
    Pardon me duke, it's my anxiety attackin
    That just happened, next cover, it's me
    With bullshit hoes like them stepbrothers
    Yeah, a nigga tight when he let loose
    It's reggie, that man, he's signin shaq too
    New jersey believe me I'm on the rescue
    My track record on track like {?} tune
    Hip-hop, I need her back on the beat
    That's why I'm blood, even my underwear brief
    That's, me, I'm, street
    H.n.i.c. rip shop and I, breeeathe nigga
    On the purp' and the backwood
    The young crowd like, "how he still that good?"
    I'm a east coast rider mayne, whassup?!
    So capture the master of the rapture
    Huh, japan think I'm so fly
    The ladies want the cream of sum dum guy
    Sip my mai-tai, connect my wi-fi
    To my watch and tell her you want reggie then I'm, out

    I fly like a rock star
    Cause I'm far from a gentleman
    And when it come to my mu-sic
    You can see what I'm gettin at, shorty shorty, ay
    Shorty, shorty, ay
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