Eudomination • Princess Eud

ADDED BY VONSHI (MAY 7, 2017 AT 4:32 PM) 5,701 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2017
Featuring: Mikaben
Produced by: Pipo Beats

[Intro]
Pipo Beats
EUD
Mikaben
Let’s go cmon

Papa m sot Leogane
Manman m sot Okap
M sot Jalouzi Ayiti – say what

[Verse 1]
Nevè poko rive snapchat anraje
Dizè poko rive tout rezo branche
Facebook, IG, Twitter s on sèl bagay k ap pale
Iyoudi this, Iyoudi dat, Iyoudi k ap inove
Mwen chanje swag yo, y ap sipliye m pou mwen tag yo
Se vòlè selfie, lè w wè m nan party se kouri poste pou mwen like yo
Ou konnen m poze, m pa nan fè chawa pou m pase
Se yon prensès kap rive fè kò w fè S ouvè kò w banm pase

[Hook]
On est venue pour vous faire bouger
On est venue pour vous faire danser danser oh
Ca va chauffer, on avance, on avance
Sauter, sauter, bouge bouge dans la danse

[Verse 2]
M valide tèt mwen sou tout billboard serye nan lari se tèt mwen
Nèg yo vle trèt mwen, y ap mande bondye kilè m ap pran retrèt mwen
M pa nan mannigèt, m pa nan pran bagèt se sak fè yo pa vle jwe track mwen
Men kitemele m fanatik mwen avè m se yo k voye m high se yo ki krack mwen
Mwen konnen kèk fanm ki rayi m
Men mari yo renmen m
Fanmi yo renmen m
Zanmi yo renmen m, tout Ayiti renmen m

[Hook]

[Verse 3]
Eudomination en création pour toute une nation
Fuck les jalous, je bosse dure avec passion
M voye karabela monte ak Eudcollection
Pifò Ayisyen kounya vle g on koleksyon
M voye tèt grenn nan lòt dimansyon
M prezante Ayiti nan bon kondisyon
Iyoudi s on fil a haute tension
Tout jan w vire l li ba w Eudomination
Ti poulèt sove zèl li pouse yeah li tounen yon pan
Lè w konn fè kolòn w antre nan batay meme si la vie en dépend
Mwen toujou saj, m pa arogan men m ka tounen on vòlkan
Ann bliye tout bagay kounya, banm mizik pou pete tenpan

[Hook]




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