draco future lyrics

draco future lyrics
You better not raise your voice at meYou know I got a pimp degree
Pluto
Draco season with the bookbagRat tat, got a little kick backHundreds on hundreds got a good batchYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch back
Lamborgini doors but I never stopFuck around got a nigga pissed offNice little thot got stiff armDid the Heisman on the hoe got the stiff arm
Fuck up that body like Tyson or Holyfield wo wo wo wo woA couple of pills and I got my soda filled wo wo wo wo wo
Break out a sweat I go head over heels for these meals wo wo wo wo wo woShe thinks she the one but to me she ain’t nothing but a thrill wo wo wo wo wo
I’ve been drippin like a god with herI been dodging all the fly what elseI been fillin up garages what elseI gave her a French menage what else
Close your eyes eyes eyesI’m about to slide slide slideWonder why why whyI stay in the sky sky sky
Pink molly let me dance with herFreestylin let me dance with her
Sky Dweller it was sentimentalRose gold it was sentimental
Draco season with the bookbagRat tat, got a little kick backHundreds on hundreds got a good batchYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch back
Fuck up my bitch by the changeBrought me from trap house to stageI wanna jump in the airYou know the love ain’t fair
You killin then show us the proofI already got the juiceChain different colors like fruitsI like to hang out the roof
I got to train my bitchesI’m putting chains on my bitchesI’ll put some chain on some snitchesI’m focused im back on my mission
Flex on a nigga no apologiesMatter how white done gotta mePlaying hockey with the ice in the major leagueThirty five bitches at the Saint Reg
Fall back shooter like KDBack in the kitchen with the curryPourin’ up zan can’t hurt mePineapple drink lookin’ syruppy
Fifty six night I was 30Stirofoam cups and patientHeard you been talkin’ bout the kidKnowing damn well that’s a flagrant
I cancel two bitchesI got me some new bitchesCome check out how I’m livingI got me some new drippin’I got me some new drippAin’t got nothing to do with itI’ll give my bitch to youIf that what she mean to you
Draco season with the bookbagRat tat, got a little kick backHundreds on hundreds got a good batchYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch back
Draco season with the bookbagRat tat, got a little kick backHundreds on hundreds got a good batchYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch backYou ain’t never ever get you bitch back
Yeah I cruising in the deepI’m twisted up I got geekMisbehaving with ya freakCan’t tell she got teeth
I was in her mouth like veneersStart comparing my career‘Cause I was flooding through the cribBusiness furniture for real
I bought a Fendi couch for my kidsThey just want to plug a nigga wigCharge a half a mill for the gigMiddle fingers up fuck the pigDiamonds fallin’ off my let me jigNever falling off and never quitI retired cookin’ up a brickCertified nigga hot to six
Who was rapping diamonds in the zoneI was chargin 10 for the strongKeep on goin in on this songKeep an F&N at your homeLesson learned and we moving onI got firm niggas, Al CaponeGot my Chi niggas on the hornDowntown Atlanta I was born

Future (rapper)

Rapper Future was born on Nov. 20, 1983, in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia. His father, Gerald, worked as a police officer and his mother, Lisa, was a teacher.

He began rapping while he was still in high school and dropped out of college to focus on music. In 2003, he signed with Roc-A-Fella Records, where he collaborated with Jay Z and Kanye West. In 2007, he left Roc-A-Fellas to sign with Cash Money Records.

In 2010, he released his debut album Pluto, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. His second studio album, FUTURE, came out in 2013 and it peaked at number three on the same chart.

His third studio album, HNDRXX, came out in 2016 and peaked at number four on the Billboard 200.

Future has sold over 9 million albums worldwide and has had 14 singles reach the top 10 of the Hot 100.

Early life and career beginnings

Future was born on November 20th, 1983 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He grew up in the city’s 7th Ward neighborhood, where he attended John Ehret High School. As a teenager, Future became involved in the local rap scene, rapping under the pseudonym “Nayvadius DeMunn Wilburn.” In 2000, while still attending high school, Future joined the Dungeon Family, a group founded by fellow New Orleanian Lil’ Wayne.

In 2003, Future signed a deal with Universal Records and released his debut album Pluto, featuring production from Rockwilder, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, and others. The album received mixed reviews from critics, although it reached number five on Billboard 200 chart. A single, “A Milli,” was released in 2004. Future followed up Pluto with three additional albums; Late Nights & Early Mornings (2005), Tromaville (2007), and So Far Gone (2009). All four albums failed to match the commercial success of Pluto, however, and Future left Universal following the release of Late Night & Early Morning.

From 2007 to 2009, Future toured extensively throughout North America and Europe with a live band, playing venues such as Madison Square Garden and Wembley Stadium. During this period, Future worked on several projects independently,

Career

Future spent much of 2011 working on his music career, releasing three mixtapes—Streetz Calling, Monster and Pluto—before he signed with Epic Records in September. He dropped his first single, “I Won,” featuring Lil Wayne, on October 15, 2011. But it wasn’t until November 2011, when Future became one of the most talked about artists in hip hop, that he really broke out. On November 10, Future performed at the BET Hip Hop Awards. The performance included appearances by Drake, Rick Ross, Kanye West, Jeezy, Wale, Pusha T, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, Meek Mill, DJ Drama and Wiz Khalifa. The following day, Future released his second single, “Tony Montana.” The song went double platinum within weeks of its release.

The success continued into early 2012. His third single, “Karate Chop,” debuted at number five on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in February. A few months later, Future released his debut album, Pluto, which peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200. The album sold over 50,000 copies in its first week and eventually reached gold status. By May 2012, Future had become arguably the biggest star in rap since Jay Z.

In August 2012, Future announced via Twitter

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