Sex sells. No one needs that shit — especially when the only chance of love this weekend is pulling a damp one after collapsing into a Just-Eat coma on the sofa. Instead, what you want is a playlist of songs that are undoubtedly about the art of fucking.
I don't need money I don't need sleep I just wish my man would go home. Cause everything's funny When it's just you and me I'm tired of people asking What I do when I'm alone. They spend the summer getting clean But September comes and they fall like leaves.
Being a client and the player president is as distinguished a role as it gets, but the rotund Brooklyn rapper's reputation as one of the most skilled lyricists of his era and in the history of rap is the distinction that has kept his name alive 20 years after his murder on March 9, Throughout Ready to DieBiggie flexed his attributes as an MC, putting on exhibitions on tracks like "Machine Gun Funk" and "Unbelievable," which complemented hit singles like "Juicy" and "Big Poppa," solidifying his credibility as a hit-making rapper able to simultaneously dominate a cypher at will. He was so nice as a rapper that he could craft and construct songs and complete albums for other artists.
If you can, post the most disturbing song lyrics you've ever heard. If you don't know the lyrics then say what Artist and Song it is. Here's my choice. Too atomic, man i bomb it, we got shit that'll make ya vomit, see i'm comin like a comet, sea section - outchya stomach, insane since the embryo, blood-pump-nitro, glycerine, clockin benjamins, from you listenin, slugs whistlin at the comp-e-tition, blood stains on the stage, opponents come up missin, you u.
You hear a sound and then it hits you, you can never be careful enough. Here comes the night and the night is full of terror grrrls Here comes the night and now you know what it feels like Terror grrrls! People on the internet, they are always the worst.
On March 9,the hip-hop world was rocked by the news that The Notorious B. Biggie's death, which came less than half a year after the murder of Tupac Shakurwould be the last domino to fall in the war between the east and west coasts, and would put a dark cloud over hip-hop, leaving the culture in a state of uncertainty. While the loss of one of rap's biggest stars would take time to overcome, the release of The Notorious B.