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Lexty.
  • Lexty.

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#1

Posted 03 August 2013 - 01:07 PM

I see all the violence
Just for these diamonds
Nothing but sand, a lil' heat & pressure
I see the change in the weather
Them fools be playing 'god'
And nothin ain't better
This, you simply can not measure
The harshest of this slavery
The world turns a blind eye but all the neighbours see
Just so these white business men
Can make the chee'e
And smile happily with their fortunate and their fame
They not witnessing me
But taking what we got
Be forgotten by God

These f*ckers wanna pillage our village
Make their millions
Don't care if they killin' us
Stampeads of faces
Too many to count
But we gunna rise up
Make em' get the f*ck out (x2)

They see our natural resources for themselves
Enslaving us the the depths of hell
And oil's seen as dollar sign
Their home's an open cut mine
So don't turn your back
When we need help the most
We are f*cking invisible on the map
A mothef*cking ghost

You think life is hard in your petty countries
Come try live our lives and then f*cking judge me
Ricosay off them blood covered bullets
Tell us to dig and when we react
We're told to 'Shut up and cool it!'
and kicked to the ground
No need to cry for mother
She ain't calling for you
She lays beside my brother
and who could of knew
That the devil himself is working with you

-Chorus-

And so the story goes,
That Al-Quedea are here
So make it known
And please make it clear
CNN reporting this sh*t
And they're probably bound
To get more views than when the towers fell down
And all this just for some diamonds
Our resources, our mothef*cking life
Obamacare? More like a mothef*cking snake bite
You've already seen it
They've lied to us before
Edward Snowden admitted it
But you refuse and stall

You better keep digging
Or else them hands will be missing
And soon enough
When the people find out
It will be chaos & havoc
mothef*cking savage
And they'll blame it on a mad man
Like they did with Anders Breivik
Our society today is a big ass crevase
You call it terrorism
I call it false flag armageddon

-Chorus-

So the next time you buy your wife a sparklin new diamond
Think about the hardship, corruption & lyin
Which goes behind close doors and our people are dying
But you'll ignore the fact & you'll keep on buying



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I thought I'd make a rap.

aritrabose
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#2

Posted 03 August 2013 - 03:25 PM Edited by aritrabose, 04 August 2013 - 06:48 AM.

Nice, very nice, the little I understand about songs, that tells me that it's nice. But it's Ricochet, not Ricosay, and what's Obamacare? But it does not seem Rap. Try sing it, feels more like an anthem of a radical group.

Eminence
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#3

Posted 03 August 2013 - 05:05 PM

This rang pretty hollow to me, to be honest. Most of the statements are time-worn cliches; it felt more like you chose a theme and wrote quite directly to it, as opposed to it meaning anything to you.

Zugzwang
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#4

Posted 04 August 2013 - 05:52 AM

QUOTE (Eminence @ Saturday, Aug 3 2013, 17:05)
This rang pretty hollow to me, to be honest. Most of the statements are time-worn cliches; it felt more like you chose a theme and wrote quite directly to it, as opposed to it meaning anything to you.

I would agree with this. It felt like you were trying to emulate an identity that you don't have, and quite honestly not succeeding at it. Also, I couldn't help but feel that this didn't really sound like rap. I read it again and again and I just couldn't ever think of it being rapped, more like sung in a country song or something... It was very strange.

I applaud the risk taking, but it needs work.




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