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[Intro]
And bass up the track a little bit
‘Cause I wanna hear that “Booss, booss,” ya’know’m’sayin’?

AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

[Verse 1]
Now who got the flav that comes a dime a dozen
That keeps ‘em buzzin’
Thinking that they phat when they wasn’t
Welcome to the world of Mack, or Mackman
Leave you small guys sayin’, I eat MC’s like Pac-Man
I’m incredible, better eat ya vegetables
‘Cause…I does what I do you (Do it!)
I fake the roof off of soft suckers
Super smackin’, macking, full effect mike check one two
I’ma reign, reign forever
Rain like bad weather, reign like whoever never
You can’t bite my style
‘Cause my style ain’t a style that is a style
So I can go buckwild
Bet you figured you got more funk for flow
It ain’t so
Flava in Ya Ear letcha know
Now I’m about a second from the hook, duk
Scrap ya rap book, ‘fore you get ya wet style shook

[Hook 4X]
Can I get down?
Get on down
Can I get down?

[Verse 2]
The Mack’s like a superintendent
Burning MCs leaves a foul scent
See, I’m like what ya call, king a yes ya’ll
My style’s rick, sick, I mean real sick
Shit’s thick, I come with the ammo
The real whammo slammo stuff that I be droppin
And I’ll wake the great; let’s warm up the hot plate
I’m changing fate from the neck I’ma castrate
My rap loves to alienate
Shake ya ass to ’til it stank; you stomp, I dominate
See, I ain’t scared of you muthafuckas
To me ya all suckers ’cause I make the ruckus
Don’t try to buck us, we roll bulletproof
No cooth, on the roof, bitin’ like a sabertooth
I pound on the ground when I get down
So let me get down, let me get down

[Hook 4X]
Can I get down?
Get on down
Can I get down?

[Verse 3]
Can leap a tall building, crush the Earth for fun
But I’m sayin’ ain’t no fair, yo, when MC’s run
(Ain’t no fair; ain’t no fair)
The mic’s now in the right hands
‘Cause the Mack’s on the Earth just to spoil your plans
More pep than the pepper that’s in ya pepper shaker
Ruff earthquaker, couldn’t take me if ya mama make ya
I back up the funk that I bring with unknown to man slang
With bigger bite than the Devil fang
I ain’t met who could hang
If ya testin in ya lesson
Got me dressin for ya funeral session
Man, it won’t even matter no more
Craig in ’94 just won the war
My style was definite to take ya over
Have ya sittin’ look over in a four door Chevy Nova
(Why I oughta)
I figure its a slaughter
In the world of dollars, ya shit ain’t nothing but a quarter
The name of the track is “Get Down”
So let me get down and pound other MC’s in the ground

[Hook (Repeated until end)]
Can I get down?
Get on down
Can I get down?

Cardi B shot back at Chris Brown insisting that she made Billboard history this week.

This week, the “Bartier Cardi” rapper became only the third artist in history to have their first three entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the top 10 simultaneously, the other two artists are The Beatles and Ashanti. Chris Brown posted on his Instagram yesterday that he and a bunch of other artists have achieved three songs in the top 10 on the chart simultaneously. Breezy clearly misunderstood the difference between having any three of your songs in the top ten at the same time and having your first three songs ever to enter the chart making it to the top ten at the same time.

Cardi B posted a response on Instagram clarifying her achievement for her detractors. “Yall say that I don’t know how to speak proper English, and I say that a lot of yall don’t know how to read,” she said. “Let me be clear! I did not make history for having three songs on the top 10 Billboard Hot 100 at the same time, that’s been done before, more than a few times! I made history for having my first threesongs ever to be entered on the charts hit the top 10 Billboard Hot 100 at the same time, and that has only been done three times.”

She ended her statement saying, “Respect my sh*t and let me live my best life in peace I just wanna be, I just wanna be, successful.” Cardi B’s breakout hit “Bodak Yellow” was the most streamed single by a female artist last year and since the start of the year, the track is seeing a new surge in momentum, jumping two places on the Hot 100 chart this week to No. 10. Can she repeat the same level of success this year with her pending debut album?

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Gully Bop says he has finally found true love and Shauna Chyn is dead to him.

Gully Bop’s viral days as a dancehall artist maybe over but that doesn’t mean he has given up on his career or has any plans to come out of the public eye. The “Wuk Off A Me” deejay spoke with journalists earlier this week in the company of his new girlfriend. He opened up about the current state of his career and some recent comments made by his ex-girlfriend Shauna Chyn about what she has done for his career.

According to Bop, Chyn didn’t do anything for his career and it fact its the other way around, he is the one who elevated her career. “A me see Chyn and say yea a 20 year me no chuck on a woman inna me bed,” Gully Bop said. “A round a Frens For Real studio me know the chiney girl not even ina one good shoes. A come she come a di studio and need a dub and when me dweet she never have no money to pay me. She feel hungry and me buy her lunch and give her a big money cuz … She never carry me go buy no clothes cuz she never have no money; a me send her go shop.”

The dancehall deejay says that he knew that Shauna Chyn was a fake from the get-go but he decided to make good out of a bad situation. In the end, their relationship didn’t last and ended in a very public breakup that saw Chyn uploading a video of Gully Bop attacking her at their home. There were also some rumors that he was homeless again and living in his car, but he denied those claims.

“I don’t live in my car, I have my house. Grants Pen people use to say I was ungrateful ’cause me no come back round dem. Now me come back round dem and mi hear a whole heap a criticism,” Bop said. He added that the rumors started when someone saw him taking a nap inside his car.

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Can JAY-Z take home the covetous Song of the Year Grammy award at the 60th Grammy’s?

Last year gave rise to numerous smash hits but unfortunately only one can take home the Grammy for Song of The Year. JAY-Z had a big comeback year with a classic album 4:44 which gave rise to the title track of the same name. The album was one of soul searching and admission by JAY-Z, as well as, education about money and investments and even the younger generation paused and listen to the OG speaking on a record that will go down in history as one of his best body of work to date. JAY-Z lead the Grammy nominations with eight nods with Kendrick Lamar right behind him with seven.

Whether or not he will win the Song of the Year Grammy is still up for debate, because he has some stiff competition since last year was a big year for music. Hov is one of five artists nominated for Song of the Year for his single “4:44”. The other contenders are Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber “Decpacito”, Julia Michaels with her single “Issues”, Logic featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid with “1-800-273-8255” and Bruno Mars “That’s What I Like”.

Despacito is the 3rd Spanish-language song in the history to make number 1 on the Billboard chart since “Macarena” in 1996 and before, was “os Lobos’s” in 1987. Despacito is not only one of the most popular song of 2017, it streamed 8.9 billion streams across platforms such as iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify etc, with 4.3 billion of those streams from YouTube. It has received Latin Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Urban Fusion/Performance, and Best Short Form Music Video at the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. “Despacito” was ranked the fifth best Latin song of all time in 2017 by Billboard and held a position in the top ten songs of the year by Time, Billboard and Rolling Stone.

Jay-Z is among the rappers who have been rocking up the Grammy awards, should he win a trophy for “4:44”, he will move up the ladder as one of the most awarded artists in the history of the Grammy’s.

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Is Fox’s new show “The Four” living up the hype and can it reinvents the music talent show arena?

Music singing talent shows have been on the decline in the last few years so when the new show “The Four: Battle For Stardom ” was announced last year, everyone thought that it was going to breathe some new life into the declining reality TV format. The producers even got some big names for the judge’s chairs and tapped Black Eyed Peas member Fergie for the hosting duties. Sean “Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor and Charlie Walk took on the judges mantle.

The show aired its first episode on Thursday night on Fox and let’s say the reviews from viewers have been mostly disappointing. “The Four” didn’t just failed to grab viewers attention, it failed miserably, despite its promised to be a show unlike any other. “This is not like those other shows,” Diddy said. “I want this show to be a true reflection of the industry.”

Despite his claims that the show will not be anything like the now extinct American Idol or The Voice, it is every bit just the same, with just a few changes it the format that you will likely not notice if you’re an avid singing competition show viewer. One of the main unique features that you will likely notice is that the show starts out with a mere four contestants that we selected by the superstar judges before the live show. The show will be over six episodes where other artists are brought in to audition to battle each of the four contestants. The winner will be selected in the final episode and will be given a recording contract and be mentored by the judges. Three of these judges have their own labels so that is a big incentive to be a contestant on the show.

The original four was introduced to the audience on Thursday night and they are R&B crooner Blair Perkins, rapper Lex Lu, British pop singer Ash Minor, and Latin singer Elanase Lanson. At the very least, the show did away with the long and often drawn out audition process done by other shows like American Idol. Most of the OG talent shows produced very little mainstream success artists, so The Four is hoping to be the first show to produce more professional recording artists.

Fergie has revealed that the taping of the show was an emotional experience for her as she watched the struggle of the artists who are trying to make it big in the music business. “I know how it feels,” she said. “There are so many times that I was just tearing up and I am thinking in my head ‘Don’t lose it right now. Get it together. I can only speak for myself because I am standing right next to these artists. It was crushing. You see me holding the hand of somebody… and I am just their mommy up there. I can feel the nerves… the sweat, the shaking.’”

Nevertheless, the show is new and like a lot of new shows, it may just need some time to work its magic. Here are some of the reactions from viewers.

But no one’s given a good performance tonight? So what are we even talking about? This whole show is terrible. #TheFour

— Jennifer (@Jen_naaay) January 5, 2018

Let me just keep it a buck I WILL NEVER in my black ass life support any artist that rides the aesthetic of black art and music. Ma can take her oily dreads and fake vibes and bounce on babies #TheFour

— Petty Vandross (@chellewenot) January 5, 2018

Saeed just won the night. Any man who can deliver on a Whitney Houston song deserves a seat! #TheFour

— Chris Witherspoon (@WitherspoonC) January 5, 2018

Seeing @djkhaled and his energy is what the show needs. He knows talent when he sees it. #TheFour

— Warren Mack (@1warrenmack) January 5, 2018

21 kids… #TheFour pic.twitter.com/PpFOArJegO

— # 1 Assmony Stan (@fifth_serena_) January 5, 2018

…how did the 4 people already in the chairs get them? Did they compete beforehand? Are we going to get to see how they got those chairs and who they beat out to get them? I feel like it should’ve been shown before they came out to sing. #TheFour

— Tiara ?? (@ulltkimziu) January 5, 2018

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