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[Verse 1]
I think I got too many memories getting in the way of me
I’m about to go Tonya Harding on the whole world’s knee
And I’m stuck, night vision
So stuck night vision
But I come to life, come to life

[Pre-Chorus]
Some princes don’t become kings
Even at the best times I’m out of my mind
You only get what you grieve
Are you smelling that shit?
Are you smelling that shit?
Eau de résistance

[Chorus]
The only thing that’s ever stopping me is me, hey
The only thing that’s ever stopping me is me, hey
I testify if I die in my sleep
Then know that my life was just a killer dream, yeah

[Verse 2]
Seems like the whole damn world went and lost its mind
And all my childhood heroes have fallen off or died
Fake tears, we are living fake tears
But the alcohol never lies, never lies

[Pre-Chorus]
Some princes don’t become kings
Even at the best times I’m out of my mind
You only get what you grieve
Are you smelling that shit?
Are you smelling that shit?
Eau de résistance

[Chorus]
The only thing that’s ever stopping me is me, hey
The only thing that’s ever stopping me is me, hey
I testify if I die in my sleep
Then know that my life was just a killer dream, yeah
Then know that my life was just a killer dream, yeah
I testify
I testify
Are you smelling that shit?
Eau de résistance

[Bridge]
Hey, hey, hey
Some princes don’t become kings
Even at the best of times I’m out of my mind
You only get what you grieve
Are you smelling that shit?
Are you smelling that shit?

[Chorus]
The only thing that’s ever stopping me is me, hey
The only thing that’s ever stopping me is me, hey
I testify if I die in my sleep
Then know that my life was just a killer dream, yeah
Then know that my life was just a killer dream, yeah
Are you smelling that shit?
Eau de résistance

You think it’s sick i know
I been that bitch i know
We don’t know one that know yours no (No no no no!)
They be acting like, they be getting dough (No!)
Only question is what you pull out broke for (Why do that?)

They be acting like, they done got the bag
Yeah right, how the hell your pockets flat
Y’all ain’t really got that guap
Y’all ain’t really got that cent (No!)
Y’all ain’t got that camera in the place
Looking at you when you come back babe (Hold up!)
Y’all ain’t got sting on your whips
Y’all ain’t got (?)
I would never do it like that
And i bet you can’t do it like this

Shot the beat and hit the floor
What (?) for

Copped a cotton candy mink
I live in Cali Tho
You think it’s sick i know
I been that bitch i know
Lost some Ben Franks ‘long the way
But i don’t miss ’em though

[Verse 1]
I can’t let go of control
I can’t let go and not know
Don’t know don’t way ahead of me
One day out a time is all I need
There was a time one those [?]
There was a time without it
But it took you to show me
I can handle about it

[Chorus]
I let you leave the way now
Cause I want you to take the wheel
I’ve never been a passenger, no
I never know how good it would be
But more of twist and turns, but
I know that I am in your hands
I’ve never been a passenger, no
And we’ve seen more without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess

[Verse 2]
So let’s take a walk and get low
Let’s take a chance on finding us
I wanna see the world with you
And a step with something new
It’s had to jump when no nervous
But I jumped in I got no regrets
You’re my co-pilot and here, that’s fine
I working [?]

[Chorus]
I let you leave the way now
Cause I want you to take the wheel
I’ve never been a passenger, no
I never know how good it would be
But more of twist and turns
But, I know that I am in your hands
I’ve never been a passenger, no
And we’ve seen more without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess

[Bridge]
I know we’re finally falling in
Cause I was giving you help, now I’m all in
My hand in the air, flying proudly
Cause you’re leaving, cause you’re leaving
Cause you’re leaving, cause you’re leaving

[Chorus]
I let you leave the way now
Cause I want you to take the wheel
I’ve never been a passenger, no
I never know how good it would be
But more of twist and turns, but
I know that I am in your hands
I’ve never been a passenger, no
And we’ve seen more without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess
(Like this beautiful)
Without a mess

In yet another unprecedented and historical move, 2016 GRAMMY award winning and 2018 GRAMMY nominated Morgan Heritage’s companies Golden CBD Water will host a pre-GRAMMY event.

The high profile GRAMMY festivities such as Clive Davis’ annual party have become a staple of the music filled events ahead of the coveted ceremony, but the first ever in NY honoring the Reggae nominees. Notables from all facets of the Caribbean diaspora will intertwine, mix and mingle with mainstream media, sports figures, politicians and business figures to not only celebrate Morgan Heritage’s achievements, but to honor all nominees and reggae as a whole.

“The Reggae genre and Caribbean music on a whole is one of the most influential musics on the planet,” the company said in a statement. “We’re grateful for the Recording Academy for including our genre every year since the mid 80’s in the Annual GRAMMY Awards. We believe it’s our duty to bring our community together as a whole during GRAMMY week and honor the nominees for their achievements and amazing contribution to the genre for that year. Just like all the other genres that are included in the GRAMMY Awards Ceremony. We hope that this will be the first of many Golden Grammy Parties for years to come. Congrats again to all the nominees that are up for the Best Reggae Album of The Year. Best of luck to you all.”

The Golden GRAMMY Party will be hosted by media personality Dahved Levy from WBLS and famed comedian Majah Hype, the pre-GRAMMY party will feature special performances by Jemere Morgan and K’Coneil, with music provided by DJ Norie of Power 105, Massive B, DJ Roy and UK’s DJ Splackavelli. With an anticipated red carpet which will boasts a gamut of stars, the pre-GRAMMY party will take place on January 26th at Suite 36 located at 16 W36th st, New York. Admission $150 Pre-Sale, $250 at door with a number of limited tables are available at www.fanlink.to/goldengrammyparty

GRAMMY award-winning Morgan Heritage will kick off their Avrakedabra European tour February 1stin Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. The European Winter Tour, will see the band perform in several cities throughout Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland and Germany.

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Usher taps dancehall power producer Don Corleone for his new single “Pressure.”

The link-up between the R&B singer and the producer was put together by producer Rico Love, according to Don Corleone. The two met for the first time at the famous AfterMaster Recording & Mastering Studios in Hollywood, CA. “I got a call from Rico Love (an American producer) one night asking me if I could come to a studio in Hollywood, California and be prepared to work,” Corleone said.

“I went to the studio and to my surprise, Usher was in the studio. So, Rico said let me play something for you and he played me this demo that he did,” the producer added. “It has only a few keys on it, so he then asked if I could make it fire with that dancehall sound. I made it on spot and it took me like five minutes to complete it.”

Don added that Usher loved what he heard and Rico Love then suggested that they include a female dancehall artist on the track. Corleone said he made it happen but can’t disclose the name of the female artist who will be on the track, but there are already some rumors that it’s dancehall newcomer Shenseea. “We recorded her the next day at Hitmaker Studio in Kingston… When Usher and Rico heard it, they both loved it,” he revealed.

Don Corleone is the first Jamaican based producer to produce a song for Usher which makes it a big achievement. Dancehall music has been reshaping the sound of mainstream pop and hip hop over the past two years and more established artists are now looking to Jamaica to get the authenticity of that sound. Justin Bieber, who was discovered by Usher, dabbled in dancehall for his last album, and we’ve seen artists like Drake, Rihanna, Tory Lanez, and Chris Brown all release dancehall influenced singles.

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