Devil-red mazarati call the reverend on him gave him my whole life, but certain shit I never told him choppin the pavement on them blades, most n***** get they shot hardship is but a phase. ballin on that hardtop, know they hear my screechin’ j’s genius on that stovetop, work cut six different ways In life there’s six degrees of separation fear leads to hesitation rose from the project gutters boy, that’s elevation picked the pace up on them n***** that’s acceleration My ensembles elegant, boy that’s Ellen Tracy I fucked the game 3 times, now I’m yellin trace em You see them green and white diamonds, boy that’s segregation Top naked, engine revvin’, tell them n***** race me Your main bitch my reflection all she do is face me All the money and the fame and the fornication They say my mental is a gun, but I broke the safety
The album 3Hunna Feet High and Rising is due out later this month. Singles include “Transmitting Live from Lamron,” “Millie Pulled a 30-Popper on Santa,” “Rob the Plugs,” and “Potholes on 61st Street.”
Where did these guys come from? Complex.com: The original buyer’s guide for men.
I wrote a thing. Hopefully should be useful for people who are familiar with the group and those who are fairly new. At the very least, there are links to a dozen house jams by similar artists that are fun to hear again (or for the first time).