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We can drag a little time
You can spend some of my money maybe waste a little wine
We could go to the beach
We could watch TV
We could write our names on the bridge or just listen to the radio
Breakin’ to that old hotel
We can get a kickback ourselves
We can call the whole damn crew
It really don’t matter whatever you wanna do

I’m down
If you wanna head back to town
If you wanna just drive aro-o-ound
If you wanna get flirty
If you wanna talk dirty
I’m down
If you wanna come a little unwind
Whenever you just wanna hang o-o-out
Wherever you’re up for
Baby girl, I’m down

[Verse 1]
Lover of mine, how have you been?
‘Cause it’s been a while since the summer began
Where did it go? Done in a flash
Something on my mind keeps on bringing me back
To us, back to us
‘Cause I feel like someone else all by myself, all by myself

[Pre-Chorus]
Pulling on my sweatshirt, looking at your picture
‘Cause that broken summer’s hanging over me
Drowning in the sunshine, and I spend a long time
Thinking girl, you got the best of me
Hopping on a flight, then make it back to Austin
Finding I get lost in all them Autumn leaves
I just walk around now, stranger in my hometown
Broken summer’s hanging over me

[Chorus]
Broken summer, broken summer
Broken summer, broken summer

[Verse 2]
Lover of mine, what would it take?
Could I walk the miles off of all our mistakes?
I’m getting tired, too far away
Though I keep on trying, it keeps taking me back
To us, back to us
‘Cause I feel like someone else, all by myself, all by myself

[Pre-Chorus]
Pulling on my sweatshirt, looking at your picture
‘Cause that broken summer’s hanging over me
Drowning in the sunshine, and I spend a long time
Thinking girl, you got the best of me
Hopping on a flight, then make it back to Austin
Finding I get lost in all them Autumn leaves
I just walk around now, stranger in my hometown
Broken summer’s hanging over me

[Chorus]
Broken summer, broken summer
Broken summer, broken summer
Broken summer, broken summer
Broken summer, broken summer

[Bridge]
Back to us
‘Cause I’m bringing me back to us
Bringing me back to us
Keeps on bringing me back to us
Back to us
‘Cause I’m bringing me back to us
Bringing me back to us
Keeps on bringing me back, back

[Chorus]
Broken summer, broken summer
Broken summer, broken summer


Meek Mill scored his second legal victory this month after getting his airport assault case dismissed.

This is the second W for the Philly rapper in October in the courts. Earlier this month, he struck a deal in a traffic case in New York City which sees him walking away with just community service. Back in March of this year, he was slapped with a misdemeanor assault charge in St. Louis after getting into an altercation with a fan who claimed that he just wanted to take a picture with the rapper.

Just like his NYC traffic case, Meek Mill struck a deal with prosecutors which will see him doing some more community service, TMZ reported. His high profile lawyer, Joe Tacopina, confirmed the news yesterday. For the traffic case, Meek will have that record wiped clean from his name, as part of the deal he struck.

The Dreamchaser rapper is looking to put all of his legal troubles behind him so he can clean up his image to attract more corporate deals, or perhaps he just doesn’t want them hanging over his head. Meek Mill is currently working on some new music but he has yet to announced any new albums or mixtapes.


Jesse Royal scored his first No. 1 album with his debut album Lily Of Da Valley and this week the project returns to the top spot on Billboard.

The “Modern Day Judas” singer is widely regarding as one of the most promising voices in this generation of reggae music. Lily Of Da Valley is his first body of work. The project comes with 14 tracks and saw guest features from Mersa Marley, Natty Rico, and Patrice. The album also features previously recorded singles “Mordern Day Judas” and “Finally” which has been two of his biggest singles to date.

The album is currently in its second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart. Elsewhere on the chart, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley new album Stony Hill is currently at No. 2, Chronixx album Chronology is at No. 5 while Major Lazer holds the No. 9 spot with their Know No Better EP.

You can purchased Jesse Royal new album on iTunes here.


Vybz Kartel appeal case is progressing very well according to one of his attorneys Valerie Neita Robertson.

The trial is set to commence in the Jamaica Appeal Court in February of next year, but there are still some doubts among the dancehall artist’s fans about whether or not he will be vindicated. Currently, there are not a lot of faith in the Jamaican justice system, but Kartel’s attorneys have expressed confidence in winning the case come next year.

“The appeal is progressing pretty well, we have seen some delays, but don’t worry about that, that is on the management and administrative side, but other than that, things are progressing well,” Neita Roberston told Loop. “We have certain things to do within a prescribed time and it will be done.” The veteran lawyer added that the defense team is going into the trial well prepared and will be very detailed in their argument on why he was not given a fair trial.

Vybz Kartel, Shawn “Storm” Campbell, Andre St John, and Kahira Jones were convicted in 2014 of the murder of their friend Clive “Lizard” Williams. All four men are currently serving life sentences for the gruesome murder where the victim’s body was never found. The murder trial sparked a lot of controversies and most fans of the artists are left with an impression that he was not given a fair trial. There were issues of police intimidating witnesses and tampering with evidence, as well as, a well-publicised issue of one juror attempting to bribe the forewoman to return a not guilty verdict. That juror, Livingston Caine, is currently on trial for corruption and conspiracy and could face up to three years in prison.

If he loses the appeal, Vybz Kartel, real name Adidja Palmer, will have to serve 35 years before being eligible for parole. He already served six years.