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I’ll pour the gasoline on your halo
I’ll flip the zippo, put it in your hand
She promise she’ll be good, keep it stable
But I ain’t no retirement plan
You know I’ll never judge if you don’t judge me
I’ll straight up tell the judge that you weren’t even there
I’ll keep it confidential, you can trust me
I won’t lie so don’t lie, you want me there

[Pre-Chorus]
Blue is for the thirty, red is for the cup
Purple twist it dirty, rainbow on my tongue
Green I smoke it ugly, pink under my skirt
My love, like a rainbow, rainbow, rainbow
Light it up

[Chorus]
You’ll be number one on my wishlist
Get money like tuition
Get diamonds big as bricks is
You’ll be number one on my wishlist
Get money like tuition
Get diamonds like we never have enough

[Post-Chorus]
Never have enough
Never have enough
Never have enough
Never have enough

[Verse 2]
I’ve been riding shotgun in the silence
I love the taste of [?] takeaway
Your beauty keeps me pushing through the poison
These bitches think this sh*t is just a game

[Pre-Chorus]
Blue is for the thirty, red is for the cup
Purple twist it dirty, rainbow on my tongue
Green I smoke it ugly, pink under my skirt
My love, like a rainbow, rainbow, rainbow
Light it up

[Chorus]
You’ll be number one on my wishlist
Get money like tuition
Get diamonds big as bricks is
You’ll be number one on my wishlist
Get money like tuition
Get diamonds like we never have enough

[Post-Chorus]
Never have enough
Never have enough
Never have enough
Never have enough

[Bridge]
Fuck around and find out
You know how to mull about
Fuck around and find out
You know how to mull about
How, how
You know how to mull about
How, how
You know how to mull about

[Chorus]
You’ll be number one on my wishlist
Get money like tuition
Get diamonds big as bricks is
You’ll be number one on my wishlist
Get money like tuition
Get diamonds like we never have enough

[Post-Chorus]
Never have enough
Never have enough
Never have enough
Never have enough

[Verse 1]
Your best friend stole your parents’ fancy valley wine
Now she’s lip lockin your last Valentine
Moves her body till the speakers die
Dancing on tables
Let’s hit rewind

[Pre-Chorus]
Standin on a red r8
Then she says that she’s Audi
Cause this party’s lame
We are kids of the 90’s
Prone to get a little rowdy
Forever is today

[Chorus]
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Smoking pot
Liberteens
Letting go of routine
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Take a shot
Cause a scene
Cause you’re feelin like a queen
Sixteen, sweet sixteen
Sixteen

[Verse 2]
That one kid got pushed into the pool again
Fightin for a girl
It’s a battle that he’ll never win
Cops come we’re escaping through the garden trim
Neighbor’s press charges
Mom says where the hell you’ve been

[Pre-Chorus]
Standin on a red r8
Then she says that she’s Audi
Cause this party’s lame
We are kids of the 90’s
Prone to get a little rowdy
Forever is today

[Chorus]
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Smoking pot
Liberteens
Letting go of routine
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Take a shot
Cause a scene
Cause you’re feelin like a queen
Sixteen, sweet sixteen
Sixteen

[Bridge]
Boys and girls all rooting for the same campaign
These are the times of our lives
Raise your champagne
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Smoking pot
Liberteens
Letting go of routine

[Chorus]
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Smoking pot
Liberteens
Letting go of routine
Ain’t nothin sweeter than being sixteen
Take a shot
Cause a scene
Cause you’re feelin like a queen
Sixteen, sweet sixteen
Sixteen
Sixteen, sweet sixteen
Sixteen


Gucci Mane new album Mr. Davis is now available on iTunes/Apple Music and Spotify for streaming and download.

The highly anticipated project was originally set for a September 15th release date but was pushed back three weeks due to production setbacks. Gucci said in a previous interview with MTV that he had planned on dropping the album on October 17th, but then decided to drop it a bit early because that is the day that he is getting married. Nevertheless, his fans will be happy to get their hands on his new body of work early.

The album Mr. Davis comes with 17 tracks with four of them released before the album drop. So far this year Gucci Mane released “I Get the Bag” featuring Migos, “Curve” featuring The Weeknd, “Tone it Down” with Chris Brown, and “Make Love” which features a killer verse from Nicki Minaj. Elsewhere on the album you can find Big Sean on the single “Changed,” Monica on “We Ride,” ScHoolboy Q on “Lil Story,” Ty Dolla $ign on “Enormous,” Slim Jxmmi and Young Dolph on “Stunting Ain’t Nuthin,” Rico Love on “Miss My Woe,” and A$AP Rocky on the single “Jumped Out the Whip.” So you will find a lot of features on the album.

This is the second album from Gucci Mane this year after dropping the collaborative effort DropTopWop with Metro Boomin in May. That project saw some guest verses from 2 Chainz, Young Dolph, Rick Ross, and Offset. That project also earned Guwop some rave reviews for the shared content of the album. While you’re still bumping DropTopWop, you can now add Mr. Davis to your Gucci Mane playlist.

You can now stream and download the Mr. Davis on iTunes/Apple Music and Spotify below.

Check out the full tracklist for the album Mr. Davis.

1. “Work in Progress (Intro)
2. “Back On”
3. “I Get the Bag” – (feat. Migos)
4. “Stunting Ain’t Nuthin” – (feat. Slim Jxmmi & Young Dolph)
5. “Curve” – (feat. The Weeknd)
6. “Enormous” – (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
7. “Members Only”
8. “Money Make Ya Handsome”
9. “Changed” – (feat. Big Sean)
10. “We Ride” – (feat. Monica)
11. “Lil Story” – (feat. ScHoolboy Q)
12. “Tone It Down” – (feat. Chris Brown)
13. “Make Love” – (feat. Nicki Minaj)
14. “Money Piling”
15. “Jumped Out the Whip” – (feat. A$AP Rocky)
16. “Miss My Woe” – (feat. Rico Love)
17. “Made It (Outro)”


Nicki Minaj ignites a heated debate yesterday when a statement she made about female rappers surfaced online.

Missy Elliott is among her critics on Twitter bashing her for suggesting that she brought back female rap to the mainstream. In her interview with XXL, Nicki Minaj says female rappers were all but extinct before she came on the scene. Some of her fans on Twitter agreed with her statement about her role in hip-hop and what she brought to the table. But some rap fans think that she is reaching and Missy seems to be one of those who thinks that she is wrong.

Elliot posted a photo of Lil Kim where she wrote, “There’s no denying that @LilKim has been a risk taker not just in music but in fashion she wasn’t afraid. She meshed high fashion & hiphop.” The photo of Lil Kim is from 1999 before her plastic surgeries. That shoot was done by famed photographer David LaChappelle and features Kimmy’s skin decked out in Louis Vuitton patterns. While she didn’t mention Nicki Minaj by name, she might as well had because the barbz were quickly on the attack. The heated exchange also brought some of Lil Kim fans out of the woodwork to attack the Young Money rapper suggesting that she is not a rapper and more of a pop star.

“There wasn’t a big female rap presence right before I got in,” Nicki Minaj said in her interview when asked about her role in hip-hop. “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.”

Perhaps the strongest defense of Nicki Minaj’s statement came from words from people in the hip-hop industry. One of the Trini rapper’s fans posted a video from an episode of Sway about the same topic. You can watch that video below and sound off in the comments.

There's no denying that @LilKim has been a risk taker not just in music but in fashion she wasn't afraid. She meshed high fashion & hiphop? pic.twitter.com/X49y7bdyFu

— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) October 12, 2017

In 2015, Missy Elliot got into a heated back-and-forth with Nicki fans on Twitter after she made a statement taking a jab at Ms Minaj. “I’m A walking testimony! To those who was told they were talented but didn’t look the part! be YOU there’s many who can relate 2u,” Missy tweeted.

before nicki: *where are the female MCs?* pic.twitter.com/k4XYbVXSXL

— santana (@baddienexttdoor) October 12, 2017

Give nicki her props because female rap was dead before she came in and heres the proof ??????https://t.co/fOVk5WMDbv

— SlayTrick?? (@Lemonade1218) October 12, 2017

Well, this definitely was a risk. Get it lil Kimberly! Halloween costume trendsetter realness ???????? pic.twitter.com/ZP99yYySxD

— ONIKA IN DA MATRIX? (@OnikaInDaMatrix) October 12, 2017


On October 16th, Bunny Wailer is slated to receive the Order of Merit at Kings House in Kingston for his influence in pioneering reggae music.

This is Bunny Wailer’s third National Honor by the Jamaican government, however, this is more significant since it is the third highest honor granted in Jamaica by the state. In an interview with the Observer, Wailer expressed his gratitude. “I did not expect it, but knew it was something that ones spoke to me about being due based of the vastness of my contribution and my focus on preserving the legacy of The Wailers, not only to the music but to the Rastafari culture and community,” he said. “It is growing on me as my greatest recognition. It’s like getting that final PhD.”

Peter Tosh, Bob Marley along with Wailer formed The Wailers in 1963, but it wasn’t until 1972 that the group got their big break and landed a contract with Island Records. Some of The Wailers top songs includes “Natty Dread,” “I shot the Sheriff,” and “Get Up Stand Up.” Bunny Wailer left the group in 1974 and went on to acquire the surname Wailer.

The reggae legen went on to win Grammy awards for his 1996 for the album Time Will Tell: A Tribute to Bob Marley,’ 1995 ‘Crucial! Roots Classics’ and 1997 ‘Hall of Fame: A Tribute to Bob Marley ‘s 50th Anniversary (RAS).’ Some of Bunny Wailer’s most popular singles includes ‘Jammins’, ‘Collyman’, ‘Dancing Shoes’ and ‘Bald Head Jesus’.

As one of the founding member of the Wailer and only Survivor of the group Bunny has contributed a lot to Jamaica music. The group began in a time when political warfare’s was on the rampage and their songs spoke a lot about equal rights and justice which had a huge impact socially in Jamaica back then. Their message of peace and love in their music would help them to become global icons in music.