Rap Soul Star

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Intro
I’m a fucking lion, born on MT Zion
That means I’m an angel doomed to this earth
You can trap my body, but I will free this verse

Beat Drop Verse 1
I will rip you apart with my fucking heart
I mean my fucking art, call it hip hop, It makes my heart stop and do a flip flop
When I hear that verse that gives me chills
Like AB soulo when he spitting that real
Look our government on some other shit
Like exploit the poor and get rich off the shit
I got this beat from King Tip, call me Queen Bri
Born in the south, disguised in poverty
That mean we run our mouth, no more slavery
You can trap me physically, but my mind been free
I put a knife in your gut just to shut you up
Your rhymes are obese, my rhymes are super fit
My lines win the race and you just need to quit
Im Eating vegetables so my wallet don’t get sick
That mean my money green and its really long
You can Call me daddy long legs cz I’m 5’9,
And look I’m fine without 9n’s
Stepped on the scene looking like top model
Body slim, shaped like a diet coke bottle
That means I’m a size three, like my three eyes see
My mind is 360, you can’t fuck with me
All these fake emcees spitting they debris
Making my nerves itch, call is nervous fleas
The knowledge I spit will need a decree
And after my thesis you will earn a degree
Now your soul has been set free, by Queen Bri
And You been educated by one of the greatest
And I’m still an underdog, haven’t even made it
But I’m on some other shit like Kendrick said
Fuck the government

Verse 2

5-0 on every corner, constantly patrolling niggas keep popping pills, keep steady rolling
Trying to get away from this constant state of fear
Police make you bend over and look in your rear
That’s fucking queer, and fucking it’s weird
I thought this was the land where people are free
But that’s a damn lie, these laws castrate me
And I…...

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