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WIZ KHALIFA
Young, Wild & Free Lyrics (ft. Snoop Dogg)

So what we get drunk. So what we smoke weed.
We’re just having fun. We don’t care who sees.
So what we go out. That’s how it’s supposed to be.
Living young and wild and free.

Uh, uh huh. So what I keep ’em rolled up.
Saggin’ my pants not caring what I show. Keep it real with my niggas.
Keep it player for the hoes. And look clean don’t it?
Washed it the other day, watch how you lean on it
Give me some 501’s jeans on and roll joints bigger than King Kong’s fingers.
And smoke them hoes down till they stingers
You a class clown and if I skip for the day.
I’m with you bitch smokin’ grade A.

Yeah, uh you know what? It’s like I’m 17 again. Peach fuzz on my face.
Lookin’, on the case, tryna find a hella taste.
Oh my God, I’m on the chase.
Chevy, it’s gettin’ kinda heavy.
Relevant, sellin’ it, dippin’ away.
Time keep slippin’ away, zip in the safe, flippin’ for pay.
Tippin’ like I’m drippin’ in paint.
Up front four blunts, like “Khalifa put the weed in a J.”

So what we get drunk. So what we smoke weed.
We’re just having fun. We don’t care who sees.
So what we go out. That’s how it’s supposed to be.
Living young and wild and free.

And I don’t even care ’cause if me and my team in there.
There’s gonna be some weed in the air. Tell ’em Mac.

Blowin’ everywhere we goin’ and now you knowin’.
When I step right up, get my lighter so I can light up.

That’s how it should be done.
Soon as you thinkin’ you’re down.
Find how to turn things around.
Now things are lookin’ up.

From the ground up, pound up
This Taylor Gang.
So turn my sound up and mount up.
And do my thang.

Now I’m chillin’, fresh outta class, feelin’.
Like I’m on my own and I could probably own a buildin’.
Got my own car, no job, no children.
Had a science project, me and Mac killed it.

T-H-C, M-A-C
D-E-V, H-D-3, high as me.
This is us, we gon’ fuss.
And we gon’ fight and we gon’ roll and live off life.

So what we get drunk. So what we smoke weed.
We’re just having fun. We don’t care who sees.
So what we go out. That’s how it’s supposed to be.
Living young and wild and free.

Yeah, roll one, smoke one.
When you live like this you’re supposed to party.
Roll one, smoke one, and we all just having fun.
So we just, roll one, smoke one.
When you live like this you’re supposed to party.
Roll one, smoke one, and we all just having fun.
So what we get drunk. So what we smoke weed.
We’re just having fun. We don’t care who sees.
So what we go out. That’s how it’s supposed to be.
Living young and wild and free.
Fun…
We don’t care who sees.
We don’t care who sees.
That’s how it’s supposed to be.
Living young and wild and free.

Tory Lanez didn’t just perform on Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica last weekend, he also recorded a song with Vybz Kartel and Busta Rhymes.

The Canadian singer performed a well received set on Dancehall Night at Reggae Sumfest on Friday and even called out Popcaan on stage. During his visit to reggae land, Lanez found the time to go into the studio to lay down some vocals for a song with incarcerated dancehall legend Vybz Kartel and rap legend Busta Rhymes. The singer shared his excitement on Twitter yesterday.

“I can’t believe I did a song with Busta Rhymes and Vybz Kartel…. Like WTF,” he wrote on his Twitter timeline. Tory Lanez didn’t give any additional details on the track like release date or title, he sounds pretty excited and we can understand why since not many artists get to collaborate with great artists like Vybz Kartel and Busta Rhymes.

I can't believe I did a song with Busta Rhymes and Vybz Kartel …. Like WTF … ???

— Tory Lanez #SWAVEY (@torylanez) July 24, 2017

Alkaline diss Tommy Lee Sparta during his performance on Reggae Sumfest last weekend and now the Mobay deejay responded with two new diss tracks “Target” and “19 Duppy.”

It’s been months now since Tommy Lee been dropping diss records and Alkaline has so far only responded once with a track called “Red Eyes” where he used Tommy Lee Sparta’s photo on the artwork. In a leaked voice note, the “Uncle Demon” deejay spoke about the artwork ahead of his performance at Sumfest.

On the artwork for the single “Target,” Tommy Lee used the famous Vendetta mask but in this case, it looks like something out of a horror movie, riddled with bullets and splattered with blood. The single was produced by Damage Music, while the second track “19 Duppy” was produced by Bombshop Records.

ERIN MCCARLEY
Bobble Head Lyrics

I just heard a plane fly over my place
Say that magic word and take me far away
Maybe somewhere with rain and an easier pace
A place with nothing due, just me and you

Hey, hey, c’mon you know you gotta let go
Hey, hey, I wanna ride high, come down and play
Won’t stop until we blow the world away
Hold on tight, baby let’s fly to the moon tonight, hey, hey

The bobble head on my dash, he’s only doing half his dance
In these city streets where we can barely breathe
We need a winding road and no we shouldn’t take it slow
You turn up the radio, DJ won’t you play my song?
So we can sing along

Hey, hey, c’mon you know you gotta let go
Hey, hey, I wanna ride high, come down and play
Won’t stop until we blow the world away
Hold on tight, baby let’s fly to the moon tonight, hey, hey

Let’s drive away in the dark, we can let it all out
Trade the lights for the stars and leave behind this city

C’mon you know you gotta let go
Hey, hey, I wanna ride high, come down and play
Won’t stop until we blow the world away
Hold on tight, baby let’s fly to the moon tonight, oh

And don’t stop until we blow the world away
Hold on tight, baby let’s fly to the moon tonight, hey, hey

Rick Ross, The-Dream and Lenny S. are already having a lot of fun on their new show on VH1 SIGNED.

The new talent show will see the three men as the judge while they seek to sign and develop new artists in hip-hop and R&B. The show was premiered on Wednesday night on VH1 at 9 p.m. EST and will comprise of eight one-hour episodes based in Atlanta. On the first episode, the trio auditioned Houston singer/rapper Just Brittany. While she impressed them with her looks and flow, her hook didn’t grab their attention.

“We hate the hook but I like the flow,” The-Dream said while Rick Ross added, “You’re so beautiful for the eyes but your chorus I didn’t like, but what I did love was your voice… When I look into her eyes I see confidence got me hypnotized.”

Female rapper Jazz Anderson also auditioned on the first episode and unlike Just Brittany, she spit bars a capella. The artist who makes it past the development stage will have a chance to get sign to Maybach Music Group, Roc Nation, or Radio Killa Records.