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Just that kiss
Was all there is
Every cell in my body
Lined up to you
Legs a little open
Once again
Awaken my senses
Head topless
Arisen my senses
Just that kiss, was all there is
My palms pulsating of
The things I want to do to you
Just that kiss
Is all there is
Weaving a mixtape
With every crossfade
On www
To him a he
Weaving a mix tape
With every song
Awaken my senses
Just that kiss
Was all there is
Just that kiss
Was all there is
Just that kiss
Arisen my senses
Was all there is
For him a he
Once again I’m made to merge
To him a he

Am I keen or not keen
To be seen or not seen
With him a he
Am I keen or not keen
To be seen or not seen
With him a he

But he sees me for what who I am


Big Sean gave back to his community in a big way for Thanksgiving.

The Detroit rapper returned to his home state of Michigan for the Thanksgiving holiday where he handed out over 5,000 turkeys to families who are a little less fortunate than he is. Big Sean took part in a charitable event at the River Rouge High School, in River Rouge this morning where he handed out a truck load of food stuffs for Thanksgiving, something he had done every year since becoming a rap superstar.

The G.O.O.D. Music rapper was participating in the Tarence Wheeler’s 19th annual All-Star Give Back, a charitable event organized by himself and some well known athletes from the community including, Derrick Coleman, Dave Bing, and Gary Payton. Big Sean was also at the same event last year handing out over 2,000 turkeys and other Thanksgiving grocery items.

“Annual Turkey Giveaway away today. We gave close to 5,000 turkeys w/ sides this year. I smiled so much today man. Too much love for everybody there! Blessed,” Big Sean said on Instagram. You can see some photos and a video below showing the I Decided rapper giving away some free Puma sneakers and gift cards to Footlocker for them to shop.

“I’m from the Detroit and I love everybody in here,” Big Sean said. “Y’all got what it takes to boss up and take it further than I ever did or anyone ever did. Much love to y’all. That’s why we’re here supporting you, showing you that we care about you, and that we’re here for y’all.”

Annual Turkey Giveaway away today. We gave close to 5,000 turkeys w/ sides this year. I smiled so much today man. Too much love for everybody there! Blessed ??@seanandersonorg ?? pic.twitter.com/P7OlY8K54P

— Sean Don (@BigSean) November 22, 2017

Did you know: Yesterday, @BigSean blessed a classroom of students with FREE SHOES, after giving away 5,000 Thanksgiving dinners to families in need? ? Probably not because The Don isn't the type of man who likes to brag about doing the right thing! We have to catch our breath every year during this annual week of giving. Why? When The Detroit Don comes home…soooo many people get major #blessings! Somehow, Sean Michael Anderson keeps raising the bar for himself, and we anxiously look forward to what this phenomenal human being will do next! RepostBy @freccity: "?Look who popped in at the FREC today! @bigsean came through with sneakers and fly gear for the students of Fisher Magnet Upper Academy. We see you #SeanDon ? @fordfund @seanandersonorg @mogulprep @shawnhwilson6 #bigsean #detroit #detroitlove ?" #Detroit #BigSean #Puma #shoes #newshoes #charity #givingback #giveaway

A post shared by Sean Anderson Foundation (@seanandersonorg) on Nov 22, 2017 at 8:03am PST

 


Mavado link with his longtime producer Di Genius for a new single dedicated to the ladies, “Red Rose.”

Mavado is one of those rare dancehall artist that has the Midas touch because everything he released this year have been instant hits and this new single will be no different. “Man yo fi dede fi yo lady / Yo fi bring red rose fi yo girl / She love the things you do you do / No other man no fi dede fi yo girl,” Mavado sings.

Mavado has aligned himself with Alkaline and Jahmiel, two of the leading batch of young artists in dancehall currently. The trio formed a clique called MVP, the acronym for Mavado, Vendetta, and Patriotz. The Gullyside singjay has been having a great year in dancehall, but at the same time he is allowing the younger acts to shine. He also made headlines recently for his beef with Popcaan and Tommy Lee Sparta, both artists emerged from under Vybz Kartel wing, so the hatred runs deep.

 


Sizzla Kalonji says he has nothing to do with the infamous fire at Bobo Hill recently.

Rumors started circulating on social media over the last week claiming that the reggae/dancehall icon was behind the fire that destroyed multiple buildings, computer equipment, and some important documents. Sizzla’s manager, Homer Harris, has since responded to the rumors calling them false. “[The Bobo Hill fired] was caused by a goat on a neighbor’s property, [and there are claims] that Sizzla was involved in some capacity,” Harris said.

“For the record, Sizzla has no affiliation with the fire or any of the rumors that are circulating on social media in regards to the situation,” he added. “If anything, these scrupulous individuals that have tried to defame and libel Sizzla’s character are doing so out of malicious and vindictive intent.”

Harris added that Sizzla is not a violent person and does not condone the use of violence to solve conflicts. The deejay’s manager also pointed out the work that Sizzla has been doing in the August Town community to stop crime and violence and last year there were zero murders in that community.

 


Popcaan has finally responded to Luciano after getting blasted by the Rastafarian.

A host of reggae and dancehall artists performed on the recently held Jamrock Reggae Cruise including Popcaan. The show was well received, but not without a little controversy. During a concert back in August in the UK, Luciano burn out Popcaan for singing about being high and never sober. The roots reggae veteran blast artists like Popcaan and Alkaline while accusing them of fueling crime in Jamaica.

Popcaan wasn’t too happy about what Luciano did using his platform and last week during his Jamrock Reggae Cruise performance, he used his platform to respond to his elder without being disrespectful. “Da song yah weh me a go sing, it name Never Sober. Guess wah? While me a watch the stage show, me see one elder artiste weh me look up to a bun me out, and da elder artiste deh a father Luciano,” the Unruly Boss said.

“Me wah seh nuff love and respect to father Luci,” Popcaan continues. “But guess wah, father Luci, yuh see as a elder, yuh see if me seh sup’m inna mi song weh yuh nuh like, me woulda like if yuh approach me and seh ‘Popcaan, you seh sup’m weh mi nuh like and mi disappointed.’ Mi nuh want yuh go pan stage go bun me out as a elder cause mi nuh feel good bout it.”

Luciano responded saying that because Popcaan did the song openly he had to rebuked him openly also.