I roll with clever broads
With goals like Federov
Seeking better jobs instead of running scam's like "set
some aren't the sharpest but they know what they stand
they don't let jams disrespect them on the dance floor
and no they never hit college like the Danforth
for damn sure they got each other back like a jansport
girls in a league of they own, like gina davis,
nina simon ladies, tina fey chicks, christina
and bonita applebaums that don't mask and say "nothing"
you ask whats wrong. That's what's up. And they can
laugh it up.
And they don't pass the buck.
Nothing for certain we all have to trust someone,
I used to want to find the love of my life,
now i'm trying to live a life of love, it's not just a
husband and wife thing
something that christ bring's some comfort at night
true beauty doesn't run from the light.
And I've been known to talk about women on a track or
I talk to women I just can't talk for women,
thats for you
We need women for that more women in rap,
even tracks like kweli's for women
That's still only half the view of the world
theres no girls rapping so we only hearing
half the truth, what we have to lose?
too much half our youth gone represented,
the better halves of dues.
So we don't hear about your brain just your "brains"
How you Roc-A-Fella
Stacy Dash things.
We just need your voice like an acapella
Something in the music gotta change.
Alot of things.
It's funny how words like consciousness and positive
can somehow start to feel hollow.
its become too synonymous.
We're polishing soft collagen lips, on the face of
Well you can't be everything to everyone, so lemme be
anything to anyone.
The world turns and their's clouds sometimes but
there's no such thing as a setting sun.
It always keep shining.
Check it out.
My mom taught me where to keep my heart.
My aunt taught me how to sing two parts.
My sis taught me how to parallel park,
and tried to teach me math but she way to too smart.
My grandma in the 80's is still sharp.
My girl's cousin is in activism in art.
They taught there's no curls to tight, no mind too
bright, no skin to dark
to keep shining.