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“B.O.M.B.S.” by Soul Glo from ‘DisNigga, Vol. 2’, available now
Stream & download: https://soulglo.ffm.to/vol2
Produced by SOUL GLO
Pierce Jordan – Vocals
Ruben Polo – Guitar
GG – Bass/Vocals/Programming
TJ Stevenson – Drums
Lyrics by Pierce Jordan
Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by GG
You cannot take our minds. You cannot trace our lines. You wonʼt step to us and
walk off fine, and Iʼd live laugh love to see you try. Iʼm Kiki and Snakeʼs child. Nigga
we ahead by a country mile. With so many unfuckwithable styles, we gon wash the
whole world with a smile. I ainʼt even in my bag yet I only got a hand in. Punks not
sitting on no real shit they mostly stand-ins. My pen so bloody its no debate; more
like a short discussion. Damn, I already fucked up tryna make this the one that has
no cussin. Iʼm back on my bullshit, piecing niggas before feeding the full clip.
Back on my (drop) This is less on some “Betcha canʼt play this!” and
more…hmm…how do i explain this…if you ainʼt live what we live, then you canʼt
give what we give, and I am so sorry sis, but it is what it is. Yʼall cant fuck with a
nigga who trades gear to live, him and craigslist got an intimate relationship. Yʼall
cant fuck with a nigga who use ableton as an instrument. Nigga learned that shit in
a year no kizz. Other niggas doin it but not like this. Back on our bullshit (TITTIES)
You canʼt cover us, you cant copy us, all you can really do is sloppytoppy us. We
came in the game, made a lane and a name, and a lot of these lames cant say they
did the same. This is our pain that saves us everyday, nigga is you hearing this? No
one do it how we are doing it, but itʼs not like we spent 7 years proving it.
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