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I'm a North Memphis Survivor. Survivor

I'm a North Memphis Survivor. I'm a young nigga, money and power

I'm a North Memphis Survivor. Survivor

I'm a North memphis Survivor. I'm a young nigga, money and power

I was a young nigga thugging now, moms bugging now

Getting the Third Degree, for bringin drugs in the house

Getting my ass in, but my mama had to spoil it

Ran across my work, flushed my shit down the toilet

Fucked me up bad, but I tried to ignore it

Couldn't though, why? cuz I owed the nigga for it

125 grams eight one yo-la, 50 doller power tell blue motorola

Broke up my tube and my scale, I got no luck

Hold up, mama even threw away the soda

I remember this shit like it was yesterday

Falling in the house late, seent the look on mama's face

I knew something was wrong, by the smile and the smirk

You know the look you get when your mama really hurt

She shook her head, I dropped mine, ya'll already know

Boy you selling dope, get your shit you got to go

I'm on the motherfucking grind

You think this easy, you out your motherfucking mind

You could see the shit I'm doing, if you was blind

Straight up, I'm just trying to get mine

What am I to do now, where am I to go?

And how the fuck I'm gonna pay this nigga for his do?

Been looking for me, got a nigga kind of scared

And all the other niggaz looking up side my head

They said he came through, layin low with his beeper

Two, Three cars Two, Three Desert Eagles

Got me a fresh quarter ounce and a beeper

Fuck it, I'm a grind till my bank get steeper

72 hours had 28 elither

Know what I'm talking about that uncut ether

Junkies lookin whoin, goose neckin and browsing

Word got around, I sold up the Public Housing

One week later had 4 and a split

Called up the nigga, told him told him come get his shit

I'm a real nigga, I just ran into some problems

All the time you think a nigga tried to slick rob ya

Thinking about my mama and them, I'm ready to go home

I'm fifteen years old, out here on my own

Mama let me back in, mama real strict

After school, straight home, no phone, no shit

Now doom in my room, I assume I was broke and it's true

So what the fuck a nigga gone do

Called grip, I heard he just got back off a trip with that shit

Man fuck it, I'm getting back with my click

10 Looks You’ll Get When Wearing This Season’s Top Festival Looks

The look you get when

If you’re going to an outdoor music festival like Coachella this spring, we bet you’re looking forward to the best part: dressing like a total asshole around judgmental strangers! Here are the top ten eye rolls, side-eyes, and looks of disgust you can expect to get when you’re rocking those festival fashions!

1. Fringe jackets – “What the hell are those supposed to be, wings?”

Fringe is so in right now. But unless you’re a 14-year-old model, Sloane Peterson from Ferris Bueller, or Cher, you have no business wearing it, you fraud. The look people give you conveys that no one really knows why the fringe is there. You’re not a bird and you’re picking up dirt like a human Swiffer, so just cool it, okay?.

2. “Ethnic” accessories – “Oh my god. No.”

Oh, geez,” this look says. You just had to be one of those music festivalgoers who culturally appropriates, didn’t you? Haven’t you learned anything from all the outrage over Selena Gomez wearing a bindi on her forehead at last year’s Coachella? It’s 2015, not 1995 when Gwen Stefani did it and no one knew it wasn’t okay because blogs didn’t exist yet. Speaking of which — somebody’s probably blogging about you right now. No, don’t cover up the bindi with a feathered headdress! For God-fucking-sakes!

3. Mesh Dress with No Undies – “Is that even allowed?”

There’s no official limit to how scantily clad you can get at a music festival, but the more see-through you go, the more you can expect to get stares that say, “Rihanna just barely pulled this look off, and she’s Rihanna.” You look like you’re trying too hard, but not so hard that you’re actually willing to go completely naked. Your half-commitment will get the perfect look of confused disbelief from the crowd.

4. Rompers & Overshorts – “Jesus Christ, you’re an adult, why don’t you dress like one.”

Think of it this way: If your mom would refer to it as a “playsuit” and you can find the identical outfit in a Babies ‘R’ Us, maybe don’t wear it. People’s eyes will ask you, “How the hell do you go to the bathroom in that?”

5. Peasant Tops & Flowy Skirts – “Do you think she’s in a cult?”

“Wow, you look, like, so chilled out, man,” is not the way people will be looking at you. This isn’t Woodstock — that was, what, 80 years ago? You’re either dressing that way because you were told to by your Supreme Leader or you’re an undercover cop who’s trying to bust concertgoers for doing Molly. Either way, the looks people will give you are so not chill.

6. Strappy Heels – “That can’t be comfortable.”

Those stiletto gladiators were really working for you — at least until you got out of the car and actually went to an outdoor music festival. People’s faces will read as, “What, you didn’t know this thing was happening in a field of mud?” They’ll be pitying you and your unprepared feet until you finally decide to go barefoot in three hours.

7. Horrible Sunburn – “Looks like somebody forgot to pack sunscreen.”

“Oh hello there, Human Lobster. You thought that the SPF 15 in your BB cream would be enough to cover you out here, didn’t you? Big mistake.” Hey, it could be worse — they could be calling you “Crab Girl,” and everyone at the festival you’ve slept with would be checking their crotch for tiny bugs!

8. A Stupid Hat – “What a stupid hat.”

Fact: Only .03% of the population looks good in hats. Odds are, you’re not one of them. But the good news is, the person judging you for your hat is probably also wearing a hat.

Oops! Looks like eight beers and two vegan hot dogs aren’t a great meal for when you’re jumping around in the sun all day, and now you’ve regurgitated it all down the front of your fancy music festival outfit. Absorb people’s pity looks the way your crop top is absorbing your lunch, and maybe you’ll feel better.

Ultimately, it doesn’t really matter what you wear to a music festival. Everyone’s going to be too fucked up with their eyeballs rolling around in their heads to give you a look of anything but non-specific judgment.

the look you get when

Swaying to the band

Moving like a hammer

She's a miracle man

Loving is the ocean

Kissing is the wet sand

She's got the look

She's got the look (She's got the look) She's got the look (She's got the look)

What in the world can make a brown-eyed girl turn blue

When everything I'll ever do I'll do for you

And I go la la la la la she's got the look

Walking like a man

Hitting like a hammer

She's a juvenile scam

Never was a quitter

Tasty like a raindrop

She's got the look

She goes (na na na na na na)

She's got the look

She's got the look (She's got the look) She's got the look (She's got the look)

What in the world can make a brown-eyed girl turn blue

When everything I'll ever do I'll do for you

And I go la la la la la she's got the look

What in the world can make you so blue

When everything I'll ever do I'll do for you

And I go la la la la la (na na na na na na)