Nikov • Steves J. Bryan

ADDED BY NATOU (MAR 30, 2018 AT 12:02 AM) 858 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2018

Ti mesye lajan e pa on papye li ye tande
On tanperaman

Lord m sèmante m pa gendwa mouri pòv
M pa titoine lè m a madanm ou m fè tidezòd
Manzè pa vòlè l renmen lè m mete k anba kòd
Aprè sa m fè nan Taraz la m pral rele son sa

[Hook]
Nikòv Nikòv Nikòv
Rele manman m m pral fè plis kòb plis kòb plis kòb
Si gen kresyon mete l nan job nan job nan job
Depi se mwen yo tout banm love banm love banm love
Olie w pale m mal al chèche on job

Debake nan vil lan telefòn mwen gentan cho
Gen fanm ki text mwen li di li mouye poutan mwen m pa dlo
Li di m l renmen jan m fèl flote mwen m pa konnen l drapo
Manzè tèlman ban m tèt tonnè boule m rele l chapo
Nan moman kouran nan menm mesye nou mèt vin pran on ti priz
1 + 7 gentan bay 8 nou konn vantilatè pa freeze
Pa vin bay tèt ou manti ou konn lè w di trap ou di Steves
High mind s on religion m ap rele album nan legliz
Lord m sèmante m pa gendwa mouri pòv
M pa Balalatèt lè m a madanm ou m fè dezòd
Manzè gon jan l rale m tone boule m m genlè son dròg
Aprè sa m fè nan Kafou a m pral rele track sa

[Hook]

Lè Kalash wè m li di m

[Hook]
Nikòv Nikòv Nikòv
Al di Patrice m pral fè plis kòb plis kòb plis kòb
Si gen kresyon mete l nan job nan job nan job
Depi se mwen yo tout banm love banm love banm love
Olie w pale m mal al chèche on job

M pa konn Ayitii m anvi fè l danse zeptima
Lè m desann Ayiti m anvi f on kwaze Phylissia
M anvi bay manzè bon beat mwen son bon grenn producteur
M anvi bay manzè on feat tanperaman bòs mason
Mwen m pa pè depanse brick fè l ret anlè kon avyon
Lè l ateri m fè l pran pip, sonje w annafè a on lyon
M pa konn pèse kou l cho l kwit
Mwen m pay lajan kouvre feu menm lè m depanse l antre vit
Lord ou konnen m te fèt pou m te fè kòb
Pou jan m fè fanm ploge tonè kraze m rele on plug
M fin frape m ale poutan m pa menm fout rele Bob
Aprè mizik Kalash la m ap rele son sa

[Hook]
Nikòv Nikòv Nikòv
Rele manman m m pral fè plis kòb plis kòb plis kòb
Si gen kresyon mete l nan job nan job nan job
Si dada l won m tanpe l pou lòd
Olie w pale m mal al chèche on job
Ou di high mind
Depi w di laskazas ou di high mind
Depi w di PV ou di high mind
Depi w di Delmas ou di high mind
Depi w di Tomasen ou di high mind
Depi w di Bèlè ou di high mind
Depi w di Cite Solèy ou di high mind
Depi w di Okap Okay Gonaiv Senmak
Depi w di Ayiti ou di high mind




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BIOGRAPHY
  • Steves Bryan Joseph also known as Steves J. Bryan started rapping since he was kid, later on became a journalist at the age of 18 and hosted a TV show in Haiti called kom si wow in which he received many international artist and the former president of Haiti. In December 2012 he released a popular mixtape in Haiti called on blast. Steves is quadrilingual. And is now working on new mixtapes and album for fans. Very versatile his genres are Rap/HipHop but he mixed it with some soft rock techno neo-psychedelia and more. Interesting dude with a fun spirit, his music are very uplifting and makes you wanna jump all day. Steves J. Bryan is used to stage performance and delivers nothing but amazingness for you to remember. He performed in front of 10k at the Haitian Compas Festival also at Barry Universities fashion show and many more. Asides from having his own tv show he also studies leadership and marketing and is a great motivational speaker.
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