Boule Beat La • Baky

ADDED BY MASAKADIE (JUN 1, 2015 AT 6:36 PM) 11,452 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Album: Fòs Yon Black
Year: 2015
Lyrics by: Boulé Beat La

[Verse-1]
Ak 4 bars, m ka fè Hip Hop la Epanoui
(Hahahaha) Ohoh! E pa nou ri?
M fè hip hop mache, so wap konprann rap e pa nou wi
Sa map kwit law deja wè se pa ti plat son repa new hit
( M pral fon kout djòlè)m plonje la poum pyafe
Yoe janm rap la w pap konprann nigga son schema poum ta fè
Yeah l gen defo pal wa va sonjem la pou l parfait
M fèl pou blag e m fèl pou kòb tou
Haa m son geant tout a fait
Bon vin dim sa Popilè Fe’n Poun Tagget li a
Bese jew devanm, hein hein se ou kap trèt li a
Ou fin mennen gade nigga se tou pa Baky a
Si Master J pa tounen, fuck Rick Ross ak tupac back li a
Haa m twò fort pou rap, gadon mwen menm sa
Siw vle fèm plezi di Popilè, siw renmen rim sa
Si’n sal kom devanm, m Pap pa di’n siyel
E’m gen Tout Okay dèyèm nigga nou Pap ka vin tiye’m

[Refren]
Han! Yow hip hop la konnenm bon
Lè w ap pale de rap ou pap pa lonmen nonm
Siw vle prèv eben pron beat e pote plan
Pa menm bezwen pèdi tan, depil nan menw just pote l banm nigga
Map Boule’l X10

[Verse-2]
Siw bliye non’m, pa fè tèt cho, di Popilè, chef de resto,
Anbasadè,, the Best mc, tout neg ap konn se mwen
Si’n bezwen wè m se menm prensip la m son gran
Nap just pran sann nou pron twonpèt, nap won tanpèt Nou mèt anonse mwen
Tout sak vle bon rap, pa mize, vin dèyè’m
M pap di se mwen k premye, men’m ka di rès yo vin dèyè’m
Epi rann mwen yon sevis, pa konparem ak ti rapè
Lè resi met bars sou track awa di tout verse yo idemn
Tout nèg nan pousyè kounya se mwen kap monte vit
Sak avè m yo, atache senti’n, sak atè, monte vit
Yo nan rap m pa gen rival so’m pa dakò nap banm defi
Nèg kap beef yo genlè vag apa kounya Yap mande feat
(Laugh)
Banm fon ri non man
Tape rap kreyòl wap wè man ki non ki nonmen
M pa menm redi pou rim nan Ki donc li nan mwen
Fòs Yon Black lage an konklizyon m gon bann hit nan menm

(Outro spoken)
[Refren Final]




BIOGRAPHY
  • Baptista Lugendy St-Hubert, mieux connu sur la scène Rap Kreyol sous son nom d'artiste "Baky" est né le 6 mai 1991. Originaire du Sud d'Haïti, plus précisément de la ville des Cayes, Baky a été élevé dans une famille musicienne qui lui a légué en héritage le sens du rythme. Inspiré par la réalité haïtienne, Baky a composé ce qui allait devenir le best-seller l'année 2012 : 'Paske'm se ayisyen'. Pour lui, le Rap Kreyol est un reflet de la majorité des frustrations des jeunes et un médium permettant d'évacuer ces frustrations.

    'Paske'm se ayisyen', sa première chanson a été écrite dans des circonstances bien particulières : Á la fin de ses études secondaires, Baky désirait poursuivre ses études en République Dominicaine. Après avoir entendu parler des conditions de vie de certains Haïtiens (voir leur mort brutale) là-bas, sa mère inquiète, donna une fin de non recevoir à sa demande. Baky se sentit habité de sentiments de colère et de frustration extrêmes qu'il canalisa sur du papier.
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