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Yeah, way too cool for the misfits
Way too weird for the cool kids
Way too short for the tall girl
Who sit three rows up in the blue chair
I don’t smoke enough for the stoners
I don’t pop enough for the ragers
I’m not smart enough for the brainiacs
And I can’t skate, there goes the skaters, damn
I don’t like drama, I can’t act
I don’t like to sing, so I rap
I don’t like to fight, they wanna scrap
I don’t sell drugs, they in a trap
Man, I like to ball, but I ain’t grow
I look good in pants, but I can’t throw
Man, I will play chess, but I don’t know how
Shoot, I’ma ’bout to figure it out

[Chorus]
I’m somewhere in the middle, yeah
I’m a little bit weird, I’m a little bit cool
I’m a little bit smart, I’m a little bit slow
I’m a whole lotta me, you should just be you
Somewhere in the middle, yeah
You a little bit off, you a little bit much
You a little bit strange, you a little messed up
You’re a whole lotta “What the f*ck?”
Somewhere in the middle, yeah
You can find me—somewhere in the middle, yeah (You can find me)
You can find me—somewhere in the middle, yeah
You can find me—somewhere in the middle, yeah (You can find me)
You can find me

[Verse 2]
Yo, grew up, ain’t a thing change
Too rich for my old friends
I wanna do cool sh*t with you, but you can’t leave your job
It sucks having no ends, so I paid for ’em
Too far from my dad’s house
I catch a flight then I’m right there, hm
I flew over my grandma’s house, then remembered she’s not there (damn)
In the club while they play my songs, see
People never heard it, they hating on me
I’m way too drunk, I got a temper like, “Fuck everybody that don’t know me! Blow me, bitch!”
Bad influence, so they say
But I know that I changed lives (changed lives)
Kids need truth, and I’m Paul Pierce (Paul Pierce)
Kids need answers, I’m AI (AI)
And I don’t like the industry (f*ck that)
That’s ’cause they never show me love (f*ck that)
I just count my money up, live my life, and take trips with a shoulder shrug
You couldn’t hold my buzz if you was Andy (sheesh)
But yet they wanna judge me like Randy? (What?)
I’ll take your American Idol who wanna rap and eat his ass like candy
Pause
Girl, this is the new edition, who you kiddin’?
Do envision, turn it into a daily sighting
Supposed to be rapping about drugs, but watching Survivor is more exciting
And I ain’t hype no more, so I’ma be sure if you need me that I’m right here
I’m in a gray area with my girl and the beer
She spread her legs, I’ma ’bout to be

[Chorus]
I’m somewhere in the middle, yeah
I’m a little bit weird, I’m a little bit cool
I’m a little bit smart, I’m a little bit slow
I’m a whole lotta me, you should just be you
Somewhere in the middle, yeah
You a little bit off, you a little bit much
You a little bit strange, you a little messed up
You’re a whole lotta “What the f*ck?”
Somewhere in the middle, yeah
You can find me—somewhere in the middle, yeah (You can find me)
You can find me—somewhere in the middle, yeah
You can find me—somewhere in the middle, yeah (You can find me)
You can find me

[Outro]
You can find me
Somewhere in the middle, yeah
You can find me (you can find me)
You can find me
You can find me
Somewhere in the middle

[Verse]
This the calm before the storm right here
Wait, how was I gonna start this off? I forgot
Oh, yeah
That’s an awfully hot coffee pot
Should I drop it on Donald Trump? Probably not
But that’s all I got ’til I come up with a solid plot
Got a plan, and now I gotta hatch it
Like a damn Apache with a tomahawk
I’ma walk inside a mosque on Ramadan
And say a prayer that every time Melania talks
She gets a mop–ahh, I’ma stop
But we better give Obama props
‘Cause what we got in office now’s a kamikaze
That’ll probably cause a nuclear holocaust
And while the drama pops and he waits for sh*t to quiet down
He’ll just gas his plane up and fly around ’til the bombing stops
Intensities heightened, tensions are rising
Trump, when it comes to giving a sh*t, you’re stingy as I am
Except when it comes to having the balls to go against me, you hide ’em
‘Cause you don’t got the f*cking nuts like an empty asylum
Racism’s the only thing he’s fantastic for
‘Cause that’s how he gets his f*cking rocks off and he’s orange
Yeah, sick tan, that’s why he wants us to disband
‘Cause he can not withstand
The fact we’re not afraid of Trump
Fuck walkin’ on egg shells, I came to stomp
That’s why he keeps screamin’, “Drain the swamp”
‘Cause he’s in quicksand
It’s like we take a step forwards, then backwards
But this is his form of distraction
Plus, he gets an enormous reaction
When he attacks the NFL so we focus on that
Instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada
All these horrible tragedies and he’s bored and would rather
Cause a Twitter storm with the Packers
Then says he wants to lower our taxes
Then who’s gonna pay for his extravagant trips
Back and forth with his fam to his golf resorts and his mansions?
Same sh*t that he tormented Hillary for and he slandered
Then does it more
From his endorsement of Bannon
Support from the Klansmen
Tiki torches in hand for the soldier that’s black
And comes home from Iraq
And is still told to go back to Africa
Fork and a dagger in this racist 94-year-old grandpa
Who keeps ignoring our past historical, deplorable factors
Now, if you’re a black athlete
You’re a spoiled little brat for tryna use your platform or your stature
To try to give those a voice who don’t have one
He says, “You’re spittin’ in the face of vets who fought for us, you bastards”
Unless you’re a POW who’s tortured and battered
‘Cause to him, you’re zeros
‘Cause he don’t like his war heroes captured
That’s not disrespecting the military
Fuck that, this is for Colin, ball up a fist
And keep that sh*t balled like Donald the bitch
“He’s gonna get rid of all immigrants”
“He’s gonna build that thing up taller than this”
Well, if he does build it, I hope it’s rock solid with bricks
‘Cause like him in politics, I’m using all of his tricks
‘Cause I’m throwing that piece of sh*t against the wall ’til it sticks
And any fan of mine who’s a supporter of his
I’m drawing, in the sand, a line
You’re either for or against
And if you can’t decide who you like more and you’re split
On who you should stand beside
I’ll do it for you with this:
“Fuck you!”
The rest of America stand up
We love our military, and we love our country
But we f*cking hate Trump

(Blind-blindfolded, blind-blindfolded)
(Blind-blindfolded, blind-blindfolded)

[Verse 1]
I will go, I will go, I will go insane
If you never fight back when I complain
Do you mind, do you mind stepping up your game?
Got me wonder why you acting so damn plain

[Pre-Chorus]
I get it, I’m sorry, I thought that we would be
So honest, will you promise, don’t stay mad at me?
I get it, I’m sorry, I’m blaming jealousy
If I’m honest, will you promise?

[Chorus]
Don’t leave me blindfolded, it’s on you
When all I’m asking for is the truth
Don’t leave me blindfolded, wish I could
Put them on a public watch so that I could read your thoughts

[Verse 2]
What am I, what am I, what I am doing?
What if it’s in my head and I lose him?
Can we talk, can we talk, can we talk again?
One more time, let me in, please listen

[Pre-Chorus]
I get it, I’m sorry, I thought that we would be
So honest, will you promise, don’t stay mad at me?
I get it, I’m sorry, I’m blaming jealousy
If I’m honest, will you promise?

[Chorus]
Don’t leave me blindfolded, it’s on you
When all I’m asking for is the truth
Don’t leave me blindfolded, wish I could
Put them on a public watch so that I could read your thoughts

[Bridge]
(Blind-blindfolded, blind-blindfolded)
(Blind-blindfolded, blind-blindfolded)

[Pre-Chorus]
I get it, I’m sorry, I thought that we would be
So honest, will you promise, don’t stay mad at me?
And I get it, I’m sorry, I’m blaming jealousy
If I’m honest, will you promise?

[Chorus]
Don’t leave me blindfolded, it’s on you
When all I’m asking for is the truth
Don’t leave me blindfolded, wish I could
Put them on a public watch so that I could read your thoughts

It’s the guy from the one band
Cigarette in my left hand
Whole world in my right hand

25 and it’s all planned
Night out and it’s 10 grand
Headlines that I can’t stand

But you only get half of the story
The cash, the cars and the glory
No sleep and we party ‘till morning
‘Cause nobody cares when you’re boring

I’m just like you, even though my problems look like nothing yours
Yeah I get sad too, and when I’m down I need somebody to talk to
Yeah, I feel the same way as you would do too
Same stress, same sh*t to go through
I’m just like you, if you only knew

If I had it my way, pub lunch every Sunday
Cheap beer and it’s okay
I wanna lay where she lays
I wanna stay in these days
Gonna smoke and it’s okay

But you only get half of the story
The cash, the cars and the glory
Just like everyone else here before me
‘Cause nobody cares when you’re boring

I’m just like you, even though my problems look like nothing yours
Yeah I get sad too, and when I’m down I need somebody to talk to
Yeah, I feel the same way as you would do too
Same stress, same sh*t to go through
I’m just like you, if you only knew

Every heart breaks the same
Every tear leaves a stain
Can’t I just be the same?
Every heart breaks the same
Every tear leaves a stain
Let me be the same

I’m just like you, even though my problems look like nothing yours
Yeah I get sad too, and when I’m down I need somebody to talk to
Yeah, I feel the same way as you would do too
Same stress, same sh*t to go through
I’m just like you, if you only knew

Nicki Minaj accomplishments in hip hop over the last decade cannot go unnoticed, but is she the reason why female rappers are popping again.

Since breaking onto the rap scene in 2009, Nicki Minaj has dominated female rap and even won over some of the big boys in the game with whom she has collaborated with over the years including JAY-Z, Eminem, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne. At one point, she was the most heavily featured artist in the game, with every rapper on the planet wanting a verse from her. That demand for her service lead her to dominate the Billboard Hot 100 chart and now she is the female artist with the most entries on that chart in history after surpassing the great Aretha Franklin.

Achievements like those would take a lot of artists their entire career to get, but it took her a little less than a decade after Lil Wayne took a chance with her in the late 2000s after watching her rap on a DVD. During her recently cover story in XXL, Nicki Minaj opened up about her impact on hip hop culture over the years and what she said a lot of her fans will agree with her. She is among several other rappers featured on the Magazine’s 20th anniversary issue.

“My role in hip-hop has been super unique because when my first album came out, there had been so much time where there wasn’t a female rap album out that went platinum,” she said. “There wasn’t a big female rap presence right before I got in. So, my role was reintroducing the female rapper to pop culture. I don’t think we got that much credit. I think female rappers have always been dope and influential, but I think I sort of came in at a time where big business was paying attention, so I was able to capitalize off of a lot of deals and business ventures.”

Nicki Minaj is currently working on her new album which she hope will spawn her first Billboard Hot 100 number one hit and perhaps win her that long overdue Grammy award. Some fans will see her statement as a shot at Cardi B, but clearly she is speaking on female rap in general.