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(Intro)
Troyton
Oh yes
Oh yes
Oh yes, Oh yes
Oh yes
An mi say cash
Inna pocket a whe mi got it
Cash
Inna pocket a whe mi got it
Cash
Mi jus pop a pack yuh see di lastic
Cash

(Pre-Chorus)
This year we haffi mek some money
If we want every dim we caan cluby
Everyday a different gyal a get the lovie dovie
Top a me game like me a Steph Curry
Troyton

(Chorus)
Cash
Mek mek money that a wha we practice
Cash
It inna pocket a whe we stash it
Cash
Jus pop a pack yuh see the lastic
Cash
This year we haffi mek some…

(Verse 1)
Go for it becaw we doan [?]
Like poor people inna the crisis
So me stay up all day
Yet still no get no night res’
Waan drive a car but get the nicess
One time a hungrydess but now a holidess
Press gas a road caw mi nuh Charmy Briggs
Glad say me mek it out to the Lord me praise
[?]

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(Pre-chorus)
This year we haffi mek some money
If we want every dim we caan cluby
Everyday a different gyal a get the lovie dovie
Top a me game like me a Steph Curry
Troyton

(Chorus)
Cash
Mek mek money that a wha we practice
Cash
It inna pocket a whe we stash it
Cash
Jus pop a pack yuh see the lastic
Cash

(Verse 2)
This year we haffi mek some
Real dollars
See the pree money an a real manners
pocket full a cone like wha the bees falla
Pop champaign like these scholars
Hear the topic, hear the content
Like Red Hills road use yuh common sense
Like how yuh belt a touch yuh pants length
Same way money fi touch yuh han’

(Pre-chorus)
This year we haffi mek some money
If we want every dim we caan cluby
Everyday a different gyal a get the lovie dovie
Top a me game like me a Steph Curry
Troyton

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(Chorus)
Cash
Mek mek money that a wha we practice
Cash
It inna pocket a whe we stash it
Cash
Jus pop a pack yuh see the lastic?
Cash

(Bridge)
This year we haffi mek some, real food
A nuh we alone the dwagz dem eat food
When we talk bout food, a nuh peas soup
But a more like step out inna clean suit
Oh, yea
Eat food
plus the dwagz dem a eat food, too
Food a nuh peas soup
Step out inna clean suit too

(Pre-chorus)
This year we haffi mek some money
If we want every dim we caan cluby
Everyday a different gyal a get the lovie dovie
Top a me game like me a Steph Curry
Troyton

(Chorus)
Cash
Mek mek money that a wha we practice
Cash
It inna pocket a whe we stash it
Cash
Jus pop a pack yuh see the lastic?
Cash

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(Repeat Vs 1)
Go for it becaw we doan [?]
Like poor people inna the crisis
So me stay up all day
Yet still no get no night res’
Waan drive a car but get the nicess
One time a hungrydess but now a holidess
Press gas a road caw mi nuh Charmy Briggs
Glad say me mek it out to the Lord me praise
[?]

(Pre-chorus)
This year we haffi mek some money
If we want every dim we caan cluby
Everyday a different gyal a get the lovie dovie
Top a me game like me a Steph Curry
Troyton

(Chorus)
Cash
Mek mek money that a wha we practice
Cash
It inna pocket a whe we stash it
Cash
Jus pop a pack yuh see the lastic?
Cash

Cardi B has the most hilarious and wild response to Offset’s Valentine’s Day gift.

After shelling out half a million dollars on an engagement ring for Cardi B, Offset dropped another hundred thousand on a diamond necklace and bracelet for his baby as her Valentine’s gift. We all know how wild Bardi can get when talking about the Migos rapper and this time it was no different. The “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker posted a video clip on Instagram showing off her bling including that giant diamond ring he gave her.

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“I F***ING LOOVEEEEEE YOUUUUUUUUUUUU @offsetyrn. I wish i can hug you right now I LOVEEEEEEEE YOU OMMMMMGGGGGGGG,” she wrote while admitting that her gift to him is way less and she has to up her gift game. I wish I was here I would been nom nom nom…., s**king & s**kin’ & s**kin’.”

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She later posted a pic of herself wearing her new bling while her “Ahora Dice (Remix)” plays in the background that makes for a perfect soundtrack. Offset also send a shout out to his queen on the Gram but we can’t type what he said so you can read it below.

Joe Budden son wrote a diss track about him and told him before even releasing it.

Seems Joe Budden has beef with even his oldest son Trey Budden. The Slaughterhouse rapper confirmed on Twitter that his son disses him in a new track that we haven’t heard yet. At least the younger Budden has the decency to inform his old man before the streets heard it first. Still, the rap veteran is not the least upset with his boy, or he hasn’t shown it publicly.

“My oldest son called to tell me he dissed me in a song & he wanted me to hear it from him before the streets told me….. that’s my baby!!! Lol,” Joey wrote. Perhaps his son is a fan of Lil Yachty and didn’t like how he treated the his idol, or perhaps the youngster didn’t get any Christmas gifts and thought he might just aired out his paps.

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Joe Budden is getting a dose of his own medicine and it’s close to home. During a recent interview with Billboard, Araabmuzik spoke about Joe Budden dissing Drake, saying it seems like it was being planned for centuries. “[Joe Budden] was on a thousand, he was not sleeping,” he said. “I don’t know if he took seventeen Adderall. [Joe Budden] was on something that was not from here. I don’t know what planet it was shipped from, he must’ve ordered that pill in 2000 for it to come now. [Joe Budden] was wilding out and going in. [Joe Budden] must’ve had this planned for centuries.”

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Drake didn’t immediately respond to the diss tracks so the beef never really resulted in a full-blown “Back To Back” style battle. Drizzy offload some things off his chest on French Montana’s “No Shopping” and again on his More Life album. Would’ve been interesting if these two had gone at it.

My oldest son called to tell me he dissed me in a song & he wanted me to hear it from him before the streets told me….. that’s my baby!!! Lol

— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) February 14, 2018

Son: “Dad I’ve made a diss track about you”
Dad: “oh really?? Sit down son” pic.twitter.com/HocMfchHep

— !!!!!!!SINKY!!!!!!! (@sinky29) February 14, 2018

Ninjaman is weighing his options to appeal but seems its heavily dependent on the outcome of Vybz Kartel appeal.

The dancehall icon is two months into his life sentence and already he is considering filing an appeal for a new trial. Sources told Urban Islandz that Ninjaman felt like he was never given a fair trial and the prosecution used a witness who he feels wasn’t credible. Additionally, he thinks that his murder conviction was the authority’s way of sending a message amidst the rapid rise in crime rate across the island.

“They set an example out of him purely because he is a famous entertainer, it was almost like they used his old sins against him,” a rep for Ninjaman told us. “Was that fair for him, of course not. It’s like getting convicted even before the trial started.”

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Now that Ninjaman and his attorney are weighing his appeal options, one of the things that they discussed is Vybz Kartel upcoming appeal trial which is set for July this year after being pushed by from February. Ninja’s lawyer, Valerie Neita-Robertson is also one of the lawyers on Vybz Kartel’s case.

“Being that they are two high profile artists, the system will want to keep them locked up to send a message,” sources said. “Although both cases are totally different, the fact that they’re two big-name entertainers, the system will treat them different, they will have a tougher trial because of the added press around their cases. The government will not want to look bad on the world stage. Remember these two cases made headlines around the world, so think about how bad they will look if both of them walk free on appeal.”

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Vybz Kartel’s attorneys were the ones who asked the appeal court judge for more time to prepare for the case. We’re told that Ninjaman trial also played a role in that decision, the lawyers felt like that case was too close to the appeal trial and would be too fresh in the judges minds.

The lawyers know that they will have to present a near-perfect case and even then, they still have an uphill battle to prove Vybz Kartel’s innocence. “Kartel is at a disadvantage any way you look at it but yet still he has a stronger case than Ninjaman so it makes perfect sense that he would want to wait on the outcome of that case to make his next move,” his rep added. “The worst case scenario is they both spend the rest of their lives in prison.”

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Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer, was sentenced to prison for life for murdering his friend Clive “Lizard” Williams. His protege Shawn Storm, and friends Kahira Jones and Andre St John were also convicted and sent to prison for life. The aced dancehall star will have to serve 35 years before being eligible for parole. In contract, Ninjaman, real name Desmond Ballentine, will have to serve 25 years before getting a parole hearing. By then both artists will be in their 70s.

Beenie Man says he is one of the hardest working deejays in dancehall even after so many years.

The dancehall legend also made it clear that he has nothing against Spice despite their running last year. During a sit down on Nightly Fix, Beenie Man opened up about a number of topics including his legacy and current status in dancehall. The deejay insisted that he is still the king of dancehall because he isn’t baptized.

One of the criticisms of Beenie Man and other older deejays in the business is that they still feel the need to compete with the younger generation of artists. When asked about that top, Beenie strongly pushed back against the assumption saying he doesn’t compete with any other artists in the business but still work hard because that is naturally who he is.

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“The problem is I cannot go a week without making five songs, I will be a mad man,” the Doc said. “Listen, music just come by the beat, you hear the beat and lyrics start build, so every beat that plays in the studio you build a different song for it. It’s not competing, this is my job, this is what I do, I make music, so without me making music then me at my yard sit down a watch TV or a play game and I don’t do that.”

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On whether or not he is taking away attention from younger artists, Beenie Man said, “This is the problem with dancehall music, why one man have to get all the glory, why everybody cannot get them own glory?”

“Alkaline have him own fans, Vybz Kartel have him own fans, Popcaan have him own fans, everybody have them own fans, so everybody is getting them own glory,” he continues. “Why is it that I am a threat to everybody? Because you is that man fan and you want that man to be where I am? Two entity can’t hold the same space one of us is going to blow up. Each and every individual in music have their own space, have them own respect and have them own time.”

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