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Need To Know (feat. Chance The Rapper)


[PnB Rock]Anything she need, she can call meDon't worry 'bout her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all meJust know if you cross her, then you cross meCross me, cross me, if you, if you, if you, if you (it's FRED again)Anything she need, she can call meDon't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all meJust know, if you cross her, then you cross meCross me, cross me, if you, if you




Need To Know (feat. Chance The Rapper)


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[PnB Rock]Anything she need, she can call meDon't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all meJust know if you cross her, then you cross meCross me, cross me, if you, if you, if you, if you


[Ed Sheeran & PnB Rock]If you cross herThen you cross meAnd nobody's comin' close, yeahAnd I think that you should know thatIf you cross her (anything she need, she can call me)Then you cross me(Don't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all me)So come on, and let it goOh, I think that you should know


[Ed Sheeran & PnB Rock]If you cross her (anything she need, she can call me)Then you cross me(Don't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all me)And nobody's comin' close, yeahAnd I think that you should know thatIf you cross her (anything she need, she can call me)Then you cross me(Don't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all me)So come on, and let it goOh, I think that you should know


[Ed Sheeran & PnB Rock]If you cross her (anything she need, she can call me)Then you cross me(Don't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all me)And nobody's comin' close, yeahAnd I think that you should know thatIf you cross her (anything she needs, she can call me)Then you cross me(Don't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all me)So come on, and let it goOh, I think that you should know


If you cross herAnything she need, she can call meThen you cross meDon't worry about her, that's my seed, dawg, that's all meJust know if you cross her, then you cross meCross me, cross me, if you, if you, if you, if you, oh yeah


Washing out cigarettes in the bathroomShould probably only give my opinion when I'm asked toI'm really good at telling the half truth but usually only when I have toThe money doesn't work, the chain doesn't workSomething broken in my brain, got me praying in the dirtGot me stranded in my bed like I'm laying in the hearseAnd the grass is always greener when you play on astroturfWonder why my generation poppin' pills and poppin' percsAnd got some weed and got some purpAnd got some bars and got some syurpAnd got some Jordan's on my feet, I went and matched them with my shirtAnd I just Instagrammed them both to show you that I got them firstGot a Louis duffel bag, I got my girl a purseI'm tryna find God through a purchase, I'm not tryna go to churchAmen, Satan, told me not to serveI only think about myself, I only think about my worthI only think about my come-up, capitalismLook at where we come from, we are what we run fromWe are why we smoke some, so numb, so numb, so numbI'mma tell you what you need to knowI'mma tell you what you need to hearCause the truth would be too muchYeah the truth would be, yeah the truth would beI'mma tell you what you need to knowI'mma tell you what you need to hearCause the truth would be too muchYeah the truth would be, yeah the truth would beI cry when she smile with her eyes closedI'm already afraid to tight clothesI want all her best friends to be white folksI scratched out this line so many times, I can't forget itIt's fucked up, I almost say it almost every time that I editI swear rapping make it easy to lieBut secrets don't make it easy to writeI met the devil in Manhattan, quickly ended discussionI don't need a thing, he warned of repercussionsBut I know he come in all forms, that won't be his last visitTime is moving fast and I'm running where the past isLooking in the mirror like, "Damn that ain't my dad, is it?"He handed a choice but he ain't hold my hand in itI spent a pretty penny on microphones, many midisIn years and cds, I put the indy in Windy CityIndian giver, Black father, White liarRight next to Eazy like Mike MyersStare at the cue cards, take out the juke partsTake out the God references, just leave the cool partsI remember opening for Ben, wasn't no liquor at the showAnd now the white girls call me nigga at my showI wish that I could open twice, sit down at the open micGo back to the day before I became famous over nightI wish that I could open twice, sit down at the open micGo back to the day before I became famous over nightI'mma tell you what you need to knowI'mma tell you what you need to hearCause the truth would be too muchYeah the truth would be, yeah the truth would be


"I feel like if I didnt clear it up people would keep trying to discredit all the work we did to make Coloring Book what it became," Chance continued on Twitter. "I think artist can gain a lot from the streaming wars as long as they remain in control of their own product. I just wanna remain transparent. Folks out there without a deal need to know they're doing everything right just keep at it. If you come across oprtunities [sic] to work with good people, pick up cash and keep your integrity I say Do It."


I'mma tell you what you need to knowI'mma tell you what you need to hearCause the truth would be too muchYeah the truth would be, yeah the truth would beI'mma tell you what you need to hearI'mma tell you what you need to hearCause the truth would be too muchYeah the truth would be, yeah the truth would be


I cry when she smile with her eyes closedI'm already afraid to tight clothesI want all her best friends to be white folksI scratched these lines so many times, I can't forget itIt's fucked up, I say it almost every time that I editI swear rapping make it easy to lieBut secrets don't make it easy to writeI met the devil in Manhattan, quickly ended discussionI don't need a thing, he warned of repercussionsBut I know he come in all forms, that won't be his last visitTie is moving fast and I'm running where the past isLooking in the mirror like, "Damn that ain't my dad, is it?"He handed a choice but he ain't hold my hand in itI spent a plenty penny on microphones, many midisCities, I put the indy in Windy CityIndian giver, Black father, White liarRight next to Eazy like Mike MyersStare at the cue cards, take out the juke partsTake out the God references, just leave the cool partsI remember opening for Ben, wasn't no liquor at the showAnd now the white girls call me nigga at my showI wish that I could open twice, sit down at the open micGo back to the day before I became famous over nightI wish that I could open twice, sit down at the open micGo back to the day before I became famous over night


4. Chance has some political connections: Chancelor Bennett is the son of Ken Bennett, a former aide to then-President Barack Obama and currently a deputy chief of staff to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Chance isn't a fan of Chicago's mayor, though, and has been especially critical of Emanuel since the release of the Laquan McDonald police shooting video in 2015. "We need a new mayor, for sure. That would be awesome," the rapper told Complex magazine in May 2016.


G Herbo, who turns 26 on Oct. 8, has pulled off the near impossible when it comes to hip-hop. He's stayed sharp and relevant at an art form that he started back as a teenager. The Chicago rapper turned his skill into a lucrative career. Coming onto the scene at 15 years old, Herbo, then known as Lil Herb, pulled eyes and ears in his direction with 2012's "Kill Shit," alongside his close friend and fellow Chi-town native Lil Bibby. That song set him on a path to success, with a current career trajectory that includes two Billboard 200 top 10 albums: 2020's PTSD and this year's 25.


Ye applied for the name change in August this year, hinting at the big change on Twitter back in 2018, following the release of his studio album Ye. On the platform, the 44-year-old rapper wrote, "The being formally known as Kanye West. I am YE."


Hardly any other rapper causes as much controversy as Kanye West. This statement alone does him no justice, because Kanye is much more than just a rapper. He is, among other things, a music producer, fashion designer, entrepreneur, husband of Kim Kardashian, and was already an influencer at a time when the term itself was still unknown in this country. So, in a sense, he is in fact a real jack-of-all-trades.


Although Kanye had success as a producer, he still wanted to become a rapper at heart. But, several record companies turned him down because he was known as a producer and not as a rapper. In the end, Damon Dash, then head of Roc-A-Fella Records, reluctantly signed him as a rapper. 041b061a72


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