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[Verse 1]
I will have to die for this, I fear
There’s rage and terror and there’s sickness here
I fight because I have to
I fight for us to know the truth

[Chorus]
There’s not enough rope to tie me down
There’s not enough tape to shut this mouth
The stones you throw can make me bleed
But I won’t stop until we’re free
Wild hearts can’t be broken
No, wild hearts can’t be broken

[Verse 2]
This is my rally cry
I know it’s hard, we have to try
This is a battle I must win
To want my share is not a sin

[Chorus]
There’s not enough rope to tie me down
There’s not enough tape to shut this mouth
The stones you throw can make me bleed
But I won’t stop until we’re free
And wild hearts can’t be broken
No, wild hearts can’t be broken

[Bridge]
You beat me, betray me
You’re losing, we’re winning
My spirit above me
You cannot deny me
My freedom is burning
This broken world keeps turning
I’ll never surrender
There’s nothing, but a victory

[Chorus]
There’s not enough rope to tie me down, oh
There’s not enough tape to shut this mouth
The stones you throw can make me bleed
But I won’t stop until we’re free
Wild hearts can’t be broken
Wild hearts can’t be broken
This wild heart can’t be broken

Lyrics to ‘Bad Boy’ by Red Velvet:

They rock a number of outfits that we’re obsessing over. Watching the girls walk down between those ice caps is just everything. Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, Yeri, and Joy are just so darn fierce! From the sets to the outfits to the vibe of the whole music video, “Bad Boy” is music perfection! Red Velvet’s repackaged album includes three new songs, “Bad Boy,” “All Right,” and “Time to Live.

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[Verse 1]
Don’t you know I’m no good for you?
I’ve learned to lose, you can’t afford to
Tore my shirts to stop you bleeding
But nothing ever stops you leaving

[Chorus]
Quiet when I’m coming home, I’m on my own
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that

[Verse 2]
Don’t you know too much already?
I’ll only hurt you if you let me
Call me friend, but keep me closer
But call me when the party’s over

[Chorus]
Quiet when I’m coming home, I’m on my own
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that

[Verse 3 / Outro]
But nothing is better, sometimes
Once we have said our goodbye
Let’s let it go
Let me let you go

Oh baby give me one more chance
(I’ll show you that I love you)
I want you please let me
Back in your heart

Oh darling I was blind to let you go
(Let you go baby)
Now that I see you in her arms

I want you back
I want you back
I want you back

I want you back, ohh baby

I want you back
I want you back
I want you back

Ohh woah-oh

Oh baby give me one more chance
(I’ll show you that I love you)
I want you please let me
Back in your heart
Oh darling I was blind to let you go
(Let you go baby)
Now that I see you in her arms

Dancehall producer Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor is celebrating more Grammy certification

Di Genius has plenty to be happy about right now after adding more Grammy certificates to his collection. The Big Ship producer did work on both Damian Marley’s Stony Hill album and Shakira’s El Dorado won Best Reggae Album and Best Latin Pop respectively at the 60th annual Grammy Awards in New York on Sunday night. This is also his first Grammy win in the reggae category although he is traditionally a dancehall producer.

“Honored to be a part of these two Grammy winning albums today @damianmarley @shakira. Love to everyone else nominated, just to be considered is a win for all More music!! @supadups @chinomcgregor @chanelgenio @kevinadg and all of my other Grammy winning friends tonight, let’s do this again next year, shall we/” he wrote on IG.

Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor has been one of the most decorated and recognized producers in reggae/dancehall over the past decade. He started recording and producing music since his high school days growing up in a musical family. His father is none other than the legendary Freddie McGregor.

The reggae music industry is celebrating Damian Marley‘s Grammy win although some fans have mixed feelings about it. Nevertheless, Stony Hill is an impressive album worthy of a Grammy award.

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