Make sure that this party last forever Pour Up by L.o.M.d 3

The character doesn’t ever want the party to end

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Pour another glass, let that music blast Pour Up by L.o.M.d 3

The song is a story, and our character is at a party, obviously drinking

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This one was me wondering what beat to start “Floorboards” off with, I already promised that I would outdo “Hello”, but only “The Flame” and “Birds Eye View” were completed. I was chilling at home listening to music and “The Glory” came on the shuffle and I just thought it was the one, wrote some verses. But I had recorded a verse to “m.A.A.d city” (JoeJas was supposed to be on it, but his laptop broke) and had no idea where to put it. I thought it would be cool to throw it on their to show I can do the soulful beats and the tougher ones too. RG Interview #6: L.o.M.d by Rap Genius Interviews (Ft. L.o.M.d) 3

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I was thinking about what Hip-Hop meant to me, the industry today and hip-hop's total beauty. Originally the two verses were compressed into one, and the first verse was basically a checkpoint of my career. But my laptop broke and I had one of the verses on Facebook. Stretched it out into two verses and then it came about. RG Interview #6: L.o.M.d by Rap Genius Interviews (Ft. L.o.M.d) 3

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Illu$trious sent me the beat a while back and I really liked it, I took it and originally it was me, this dude named “Beyond”, and Bri.Real.Ill, but Beyond’s equipment made his verse sound really bad and he told me to take him off. The concept is just about being in the basement of rap music, and I just created a whole bunch of metaphors, Bri went in too, respect to her RG Interview #6: L.o.M.d by Rap Genius Interviews (Ft. L.o.M.d) 3

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9 to 5 never will touch my mind Bird's Eye View by L.o.M.d (Ft. Hicks) 5

Never want to work a regular day job

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Used to want Grammy's but seeing this year's list realness will never be an option Bird's Eye View by L.o.M.d (Ft. Hicks) 5

Hip-hop is disrespected yearly at The Grammys, because it’s just based on popularity

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On Rampage flows, doesn't matter if I'm in cages or taking buildings and smashing them Bird's Eye View by L.o.M.d (Ft. Hicks) 5

Rampage Jackson

or

…Either way you’re gonna lose

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Tragically showing you what's happening Bird's Eye View by L.o.M.d (Ft. Hicks) 5

Ernest Lee Thomas’s most famous line on “Everybody Hates Chris” was Tragic, TRAGIC…
He also got famous starring on “What’s Happening”…

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He's like the offspring of Preem and a descendant of Pete
Somewhere in California just perfecting a beat
Chemistry Perfected by Kinetik

Kinetik throwing some shine to his producer, Kuriosoul

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