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[Intro: Trouble]
Let do it
Money man
Go get your money man, go get that
Go for that sh*t now, go get your money man
Mike Will Made-it bitch

[Pre-Chorus: Trouble]
Ounces in my motherf*cking pantry
Diamonds on a young nigga, dancing
Just dropped some bank rolls on some glasses
Just dropped your bitch off, man that ho so nasty
Huh, all about that paper, can’t miss a beat
Yeah, I’ma get some cho-cho, one thing ’bout me
Yeah, gas up all that old sh*t, miss me with that
I could put you frontline, just bring it back

[Chorus: Trouble]
Bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Don’t wanna have to chase you down ’bout no stack
Cause I will blow you back, bring it back, this ho here throw it back

[Verse 1: Trouble]
Yeah, tryna show me that she ’bout it
‘Bout it, ’bout it, yeah, shawty ’bout it, ’bout it, yeah
Take the charger, bad lil shawty say she ’bout it
I gotta come for you, you shot at my lil’ partner though
The loud wild off the gate, don’t need your molly
As a git, you scraped the candy, Mr. Charlie
Nowadays I ride a foreign by Mr. Charlie
I got the game down now, sorry Mr. Charlie
Ayy, she say you so motherf*cking hood
But you ain’t no motherf*cking good
Might be right, gift and a curse, I take it all this blessing
Know you f*cking with a real one though, no question
Partna you gon’ get spent on all that flexing
So many of us shooting you straight, ain’t no pressure
Hating on that man won’t do you no blessing
Tryna teach a young nigga flexing
Wanna go to war, but you ain’t got no money
Worry ’bout these hoes and you ain’t got no money
Mike Will Made-It
Big Trouble, baby

[Pre-Chorus: Trouble]
Ounces in my motherf*cking pantry
Diamonds on a young nigga, dancing
Just dropped some bandos on some glasses
Just dropped your bitch off, man that ho so nasty
Huh, all about that paper, can’t miss a beat
Yeah, I’ma get some cho-cho, one thing ’bout me
Yeah, gas up all that ho sh*t, miss me with that
I could put you frontline, just bring it back

[Chorus: Trouble]
Bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Don’t wanna have to chase you down ’bout no stack
Cause I will blow you back, bring it back, it’s on here, throw it back

[Verse 2: Drake]
Yeah, I don’t play no games boy, I’m at your head
All about the family, niggas took the pledge
Now you gotta own up to that sh*t you said
You can’t push us to the edge, Trouble from the edge
Hit the gas and we outta there
Do it for the six because we started there
I got a girl that used to ride around with ‘Pac an’ them
I gotta get it, you came from my lil partner then
Yeah, Richard Mille, heavy on the watch
Extra million just to see the Maybach drop
Crest white smile on my face
Once I get to snapping ain’t nobody safe
Reality gon’ hit ya or we gon’ hit ya
Either way if they was with ya, they going with ya
Mike WiLL Made-It
Me and Big Trouble baby

[Pre-Chorus: Trouble]
Ounces in my motherf*cking pantry
Diamonds on a young nigga, dancing
Just dropped some bandos on some glasses
Just dropped your bitch off, man that ho so nasty
Huh, all about that paper, can’t miss a beat
Yeah, I’ma get some cho-cho, one thing ’bout me
Yeah, gas up all that ho sh*t, miss me with that
I could put you frontline, just bring it back

[Chorus: Trouble]
Bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Bring it back, bring it back, bring it back, yeah
Don’t wanna have to chase you down ’bout no stack
Cause I will blow you back, bring it back, it’s on here, throw it back

Shaggy has managed to get Fetty Wap on board for the upcoming “Shaggy and Friends” benefit concert in Jamaica.

This will be the first time that the “Trap Queen” rapper is performing in Jamrock and he is doing it for free. The annual concert is now celebrating its sixth anniversary and is looking to raise a total of $JM100 million for the Bustamante Hospital for Children. A number of local acts usually support the charitable concert includes, with the support of international acts.

This year, Shaggy manages to get three international acts on board, Fetty Wap, Wyclef Jean, and STING. “These international acts, none a fi dem pickney nah come a Bustamante, so to get international acts to come in for free is always a tough one,” the dancehall legend said. “This year, we’re lucky. We have some international acts that have come on board, and they have come on board for the first time absolutely free.”

The January 6, 2018 concert will also features appearances from Shenseea, Dexta Daps, Christopher Martin, Junior Reid, Aidonia, Wayne Wonder, Capleton, Chaka Demus and Pliers, Third World, Professor Nuts, Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons, and Barrington Levy. Shaggy indicated that donations have been pouring in already including a $5 million donation from Scotiabank and another $US30,000 from Food for the Poor.

Speaking about the ambitious $100 million target, he said, “I don’t like to set targets for the simple fact that this is an ongoing thing. we don’t come to do it a one time and stop, but nothing is wrong with setting dreams. so whether or not people will think it’s realistic is neither here nor there. I like to just go in, engage people, and put our best foot forward and see what we make.”

Shaggy and Friends benefit concert has raised US$1.5 million (J$189 million) for the Bustamante Hospital for Children since its inception. The money has been used to expand the hospital and buy well needed medical equipment over the years.

Chronixx has been having a phenomenal year and he just picked up another accolade.

The “Likes” singer gets honored with the Prime Minister’s youth award for his work in arts and culture. He was among 24 young Jamaican who got honored across eleven categories as part of the Jamaica 55 celebration on Wednesday of this week. The government also honored 55 youths for their work in youth services across the island. Ravers Clavers dance group member Chevoy “Kool Ravers” Grant was also honored in the same category as the reggae star.

Chronixx has seen a surged in popularity this year thanks to his consistency in putting out positive music. He is also fresh off a Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album and a hugely successful Caribbean leg of his Chronology tour where he performed at sold out shows in Jamaica and Trinidad.

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Prime Minister’s National Youth Awards for Excellence was established in 1998 with the goal to recognize young Jamaicans between the age of 15 and 29 who have contribute to various aspects of the society. Since 1998, a total of 189 Jamaican have received the PM Award.

Big Sean has been getting roasted on Twitter all day for some lines on his new album “Double or Nothing” that some fans think are corny.

The Detroit rapper and St. Louis producer Metro Boomin released their joint album today to mix reactions from hip hop fans. The project comes with 10 singles and includes some guest features from 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Kash Doll, Swae Lee and more. Two particular singles on the album are drawing some concerts for its lyrics.

On the single “Who’s Stopping Me,” Big Sean made some references about Rosa Parks and that made some fans a bit uneasy. “I had a dream I rode with Rosa Parks in the back of the ‘Bach / And we was blowing a blunt and she was packing a strap / Like damn, it do feel good to be black in the back,” he raps.

“Big Sean really got on that Metro Boomin beat talking about smoking a blunt with Rosa Parks and I’m supposed to take this man seriously,” one fan wrote while another added, “The sad thing is that you got n**roes out here using #WhatAboutism trying to defending that mess saying people are overreacting. Rosa Parks sued #Outkast for a song she thought was disrespectful to her name. That Big Sean line is way more disrespectful that the Outkast song.”

One of the most talked about songs on the album is “So Good” featuring Kash Doll. “I’m so disappointed in you @BigSean thst album was terrible metro gave you the worst beats possible and the kash doll song might be the worst song of the year,” one fan wrote.

“kash doll got a whole verse praising big sean dick. jhene got his face tatted on her. i don’t know what this is about but “oh God”, another fan added on Twitter. Check out more reactions on Twitter below.

Me : *plays big Sean*

Big Sean :“ I had a dream I rode with Rosa Parks in the back of the Bach, and we was blowin a blunt and she was packing a strap”

Me: pic.twitter.com/3MlmKDXR7E

— luisa (@itsluisagibson) December 8, 2017

Big Sean rapping about the water in flint and y’all mad…. other rappers rapping about xans and yall praising them….

— hu¢¢i (@RusslsTrash) December 8, 2017

How is the world just now waking up to Big Sean's mediocrity? Dude has one OK project. ONE. And it's just OK.

— Nethony Neutralo (@theneedledrop) December 8, 2017

I come out of jail and the first thing I hear is Big Sean album please take me back

— Q ?? (@tydollamenu) December 8, 2017

Big Sean really said “they say i’m not hood coz i stay in the valley, they say i never been in the alley, i tell them cats huh, i been the alley” pic.twitter.com/0X8oNO3r0Q

— Trashvis (@Trashvis) December 8, 2017

Metro Boomin really wasted all these good ass beats on Big Sean’s album, I’m sick.

— We Know. Ima get suspended. We get it. (@DimplesBePlayin) December 8, 2017

kash doll got a whole verse praising big sean dick. jhene got his face tatted on her. i don't know what this is about but "oh God".

— rico. (@jiggy_sgz) December 8, 2017

Still, Big Sean is getting some praise from his fans for the joint effort with Metro Boomin, including some celebrities who listened to the album and are calling it fire.

Aye well I was pissed when that demi-dog ate you n you died in season 2 of Stranger Things man. You were a good dude. I’m a fan…if that makes you feel any better ??????? https://t.co/CDX5jFvmMj

— Sean Don (@BigSean) December 8, 2017

im 10 seconds into this big sean album and tears have formed…. this travis scott song started off sounding like a fairy tale

— Introducing…The Coziest boy ever..CozyBoy Meech (@meechonmars) December 8, 2017

Chronixx is calling on dancehall artists to release more positive music.

The reggae singer has been vocal about the type of music he chooses to focus on and often weighs in on other artists music that he thinks are not socially acceptable, including music from controversial figures like Vybz Kartel. Chronixx performed in front a jam-packed crowd at Mas Camp in Kingston last weekend where he took timeout to speak out against crime and to call for his musical counterparts to stop recording violent music.

“Right now the people of Jamaica need fi hear some things and that’s why you have people like us. Music is a choice and every youth have a choice,” Chronixx said. “You can chose what you want to motivate your actions … whole heap a bredren we have weh drop out last week, the week before, the week before that. Warfare a gwaan inna we place and yet still you have some man who willing fi talk bout how much gun dem buss inna dem tune or whatever, like the killing is a joke thing.”

Chronixx recently received his first Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album for his debut LP Chronology. He also picked up a Prime Minister’s National Youth Awards for Excellence for his contribution to arts and culture.

Chronixx has been having a phenomenal year with the release of his debut album and his hugely successful Chronology tour. So far he has covered North America and the Caribbean with the tour and will be heading to Europe and Africa next.