Depi Le 8 • Master Brain

ADDED BY JESS24 (MAR 30, 2018 AT 6:27 PM) 3,754 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2018
Featuring: Fantom
Lyrics by: Master Brain, Fantom

[Verse 1]
Kit ou pou kit ou kont I don’t give a fuck
Ou pa ka fè silans fòk ou pataje hit la
Fò m je m ta nan bouda n non
Fò m ta kon pran bwa nan bouda m pou m pa kase fi sa
Lè yo wè yo pa ka pa felisite m
Yo di MasterBrain se best rape America
Tu veux voler comme des pigeons
Mezanmi oh sa k ta di sa
Si yo te ka depane zèl nou vit
M ta di gloire a Dieu pou sa
Pa vin pran poz gwo san nou la
Kite m trip di m oh oh m pa ta dwe di sa
Depi le 8 wawa ban m yon ti beat
M di my nigga m pral sakaje beat sa
Frape tèt mwen a sè w la pito
Hein ou wè kiyès ? sa k a J-Beatz la
Moun yo di m rap twò Dousman
Ok bon kounya m pral lage speed la
A-A-E-I-A men vwa de l’amerique la
Si w pa ta vle di sa my nigga que me importa
A-A-E-I-A men baka la sous la
Nèg Lascahobas la ak papa epi that’s it
M fret ankò you see, nou mèt
Nou met rekò you see
Si l ta mande w depi ki lè nou te fò tou di l

[Hook]
Depi le 8 moun nan kite w
Depi le 8 li ranplase w
Depi le 8 ou fè siskè
Depi le 8 ou gen hater
Depi le 8 tu parle francais
Depi le 8 je suis tu es
Depi le 8 n ap fè hit
Depi le 8 papa pitit
Depi le 8 he hey
Depi le 8 hey hey hey
Depi le 8 w al anba
Depi le 8 ret anba
Depi le 8 m kwè l te gen
Depi le 8 li pa gen ankò

[Verse 2]
Depi le 8 mwen ak Master Brain te dwe bann track sa
Li te on kesyon de tan
Pou kounya neg fèy tande djòl yo rive manje
Men yo pa konn konbyen tan l dwe pran
Pou n te pote bon nouvèl nan wout la nou te mize
Fas ak difikilte nou te met kran
Nou pa bezwen pantan still sakaje tan pou w mete
Grenn nan kason w ti dan devan
Master Brain fini a moi sèl yo ban m mal pase l
Yo fè rap nan kasèt trap sa masakre yo
Maka makone yo nou pap padone yo
Yo pa ka n ap boule yo
Rap te yeyeye rechinya bon met granmoun sou ou kounya
Fò w konnen ke madanm ou pyès neg pa ka fè l way
Pandan depi le 8 nou fè sa
Apa w bèbè bèbè Pierre Richard
Ou fè kòmsi se kounya ou konn sa
Mande manman w jan n te fè l
Lè Fantom Master Brain te deside bal bibil la
Se mwen ki aktè nan fim nan mwen fini fè krim nan
Ban m bese volim nan
Pou rap map parye tout vi m jamais m pap ka viktim
Gen twòp rapè doub sim now
Fantom Master Brain pa mande m kouman
Depi le 8 m gen kontwòl yon mouvman
Papa a deraye pi wouye pi koupe
M konn rape sa pral di nou gouman

[Hook]

[Verse 3]
Depi kilè yo pa ka fè hit ankò y ap gaspiye tan yo – depi le 8
Depi kilè yo mounte sou beat kounya yo voye vant yo – depi le 8
Di m depi kilè n ap ba yo zoklo an mawozo nou pran fanm yo – depi le 8
Men on kilòt desan dola m achte pou ou Niska
Mezi bounda w mezire l vit
Madan blòdè nou chita bay poto
Men delij la baby pa pran pou lach
Sa fe lontan m ap fout ou bon zoklo
Ou pa janm remèt yo pèp la pran w pou lach
Mwen ba w hit mwen ba w beat mwen ba w tchotcho
Pourquoi es tu boude? Pourquoi tu fache
Y ap pale moun mal pou album foto
E yo menm yap pare pou y al banm kout flash
Fantom Master Brain se papa pitit
Lòt eritye fache yo pa ka vin feat
Fache rap kanje anvideu
Pleurer just mande avèk wawa du beat
Se popopop li fè youn li ban mwen
Ou pran nan zopop ou menm rapè sangwen
Aprè zokoko se kounya nou tanmen
Ba yo bon jan flow lage yo nan goumen
Nou tèlman bitch kounya n vin sanble a fanm
Nou tet koupe
Pawòl la pale bann limenno tèt fout poupe

[Hook]




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