I Don't Care • Steves J. Bryan

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Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2014
Featuring: Sandro Martelly

El Ultimo Steves J Bryan
Ou pap pa vin Haiti pou’w pa konnen’m

[Verse 1]
A lot Of Speculation bout my position
Like did he even go to school for what he's doing
It's hard to believe at 18 I've influenced
This young generation and I'm spontaneous
Like no hesitation, always going up elevation
Always dress fly like I'm going outta space man!
I mean come on man you gotta love it
I had a plan from the gecko, I didn't let go
I've settle with my soul and kept it straight like my sexual
Orientation, no time to waste man
Haters can't slow me down I'm too fast in this race man.

[Chorus]
I don’t care – I don’t care
I don’t give a damn – I don’t care
Kitemele dada’m – I don’t care
I don’t give a shit – I don’t care
Konpa m’ap lage – I don’t care
Fanatik yo renmenm – I don’t care
Mwen son’w bèl gason – I don’t care
Mwen multi millionaire – I don’t care

[Verse 2]
Isi Sandro Martelly AKA T-Micky
M’avèk Steves sou track sa poun fe medame yo plezi
Tout je sou nou y’anvi souse'n kou pirouli
Tout kote’n pase tout moun vle aprochenn
Boutey ap pete medam yo ap vole
Yo telman kontan yo tout vle attache
Sèmante tout sak sou yo se pou nou li ye
Yo steves

[Bridge]
Sovaj ooo micky sovaj ooo – se konsa nou ye
Lè y’atake’n nou pi sovaj o

[Chorus]

[Verse 3]
My middle finger way high in the air
A lot of gossip but why would I care
Paying attention will only slow me down
Get me down I rise above the flow of your hate I can’t be drown
I mean I’m beyond I be on the scene
I pee on you fakes your girl she on my dick I lean
You see wrong I sit on the thrown I’m king
Doing my thing now say it loud
I deserve a crown
I run this town
I’m the best around
I’m the life of the party I stay up when it goes down!




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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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