Hustlin'

Album: Port of Miami (2006)
Charted: 54
  • Everyday I'm hustlin' hustlin'
    Hustle, hustlin' hustlin'
    Hustle, hustlin' hustlin'
    Hustle, hustlin' hustlin'

    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm, everyday I'm, everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm, everyday I'm, everyday I'm hustlin'

    Who the fuck you think you fuckin' with, I'm the fuckin' boss
    Seven forty-five, white on white that's fuckin' Ross
    I cut 'em wide, I cut 'em long, I cut 'em fat (What)
    I keep 'em comin' back (What), we keep 'em comin' back
    I'm in the distribution, I'm like Atlantic
    I got them motherfuckers flyin' 'cross the Atlantic
    I know Pablo, Noreaga, the real Noreaga
    He owe me a hundred favors
    I ain't petty nigga, we buy the whole thang
    See most of my niggas really still deal cocaine
    My roof back, my money right
    I'm on the pedal, show you what I'm runnin' like
    When they snatched black I cried for a hundred nights
    He got a hundred bodies, servin' a hundred lifes

    [Chorus]
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm hustlin'
    Everyday I'm, everyday I'm

    We never steal cars, but we deal hard
    Whip it real hard whip it whip it real hard
    I caught a charge, I caught a charge
    Whip it real hard, whip it whip it real hard
    Ain't bout no funny shit still bitches and business
    I'm on my money shit still whippin' them Benz's
    Major league who catchin' because I'm pitchin'
    Jose Canseco just snitchin' because he's fiend ish
    I feed 'em steriods to strengthen up all my chickens
    They flyin' over Pacific to be specific
    Triple C's you know it's fat we holdin' sacks
    So nigga go on rat, run and tell 'em that
    Mo' cars, mo' hoes, mo' clothes, mo blows

    [Chorus]

    It's time to spend my thrills custom spinnin' wheels
    I ain't drove in a week them bitches spinnin' still
    Talk about me 'cause these suckers scared to talk about me
    Killers chalkin' bout me, it ain't no talk about me
    It ain't no walkin' 'round me, see all these killers 'round me
    Lot of drug dealin' 'round me goin' down in Dade County
    Don't tote no twenty-twos, Magnum cost me twenty-two
    Sat it on them twenty-twos, birds go for twenty-two
    Lil' mama super thick, she say she twenty-two
    She seen them twenty-twos, we in room two twenty-two
    I touch work like I'm convertible Burt
    I got distribution so I'm convertin' the work
    In the M-I-A-YO them niggaz rich off yayo
    Steady slangin' yayo, my Chevy bangin' heyo

    [Chorus]

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  • Siahara Shyne Carter from United StatesThis will be My background music at gym lol Excuse !
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