Tag: rap god

Which rap lyrics are most common among men?

Rap lyrics are becoming more popular in the UK, according to a new study.

The study found that there are more than 4.5 million people who identify as rap-singers, a number that has more than doubled since the last survey in 2011.

Here are some of the most common ones.


‘Bitch’ and ‘Fuck you’ (A$AP Rocky, ‘Wesley Snipes’ and Kendrick Lamar) 1.

“I ain’t gonna lie, I am fucking with you.”

-Rap lyrics 2.


– Rap lyrics 3.

“Bitch, bitch, bitch!”

– Rap music lyrics 4.

“RAP FANS, FANS” – Rap and hip hop lyrics 5.

“You better be a bitch, a bitch to get my pussy, a cunt to get your ass.”

– Hip hop lyrics 6.

“Lil B, Lil T, Lil Y, Lil Kim, Lil Wayne, Drake, Big Sean, Biggie, Young Thug, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar” – Hip Hop lyrics 7.

“Momma’s boy, I’m a niggas nigga.”

– rap lyrics 8.

“My nigga, I ain’t got no problem with you, I love you.”

(Famous rapper Lil Wayne) 9.

“If I had my way, my momma woulda taken me to jail.”

– rapper Lil B 10.

“Don’t let my mama talk you down, bitch.”

– Lil B 11.

“Y’all just wanna fuck and get a ride to the movies.”

– Eminem 12.

“C’mon man, just say it.”

– hip hop rapper Lil Y 13.

“Put the hood on, I can see right through ya.”

– Nas 14.

“Just say it, bitch” – rap lyric 15.

“Got to put that shit on.”

– Famous rapper Lil T 16.

“Fuck the cops, put that ass on the ground.”

– Biggie 17.

“All I got to do is say it a few times.”

– Drake 18.

“Take my bitch to jail, I’ll take your ass to the bank.”

– Jay Z 19.

“Wanna be the boss, baby?”

– rap song 20.

“It’s a tough life, man.”

– Kendrick Lamar 21.

“Trying to impress a girl?

You gotta put your foot down.”

– famous rapper Lil W 22.

“We can’t get away with it, it ain’t like it was a day ago.”

– A$AP Ferg 23.

“Let’s be honest, you just want to fuck and be a dick, and that ain’t no problem, just like you don’t want to get beat up by your friends.”

– B.o.

B 24.

“Dont let no one touch you, just let me show you.” 

– Drake 25.

“Yo, let me see your ass, let my mother see it.” 

  – Jay-Z 26.

“Pimp a nigga a niggah, let’s be real.”

– Tupac Shakur 27.

“Get it?

You can’t just say ‘I’m a man, I do what I want’?” – rapper Nas 28.

“Ain’t no other way I can explain it.

I can’t be a man without it.”

 – Rap song 29.

“Cause I’m not scared.

I’m gonna fight, and I’m gon’ beat you.”

– Hip-hop song 30.

“No way I’ll be a mama.

I got niggaz to protect me.”

– Common 29/30.

“Be like a nigger, not a bitch.

Cause you ain’t get no money, you ain´t got no shit.”

– rap songs 31.

“That’s what I got on me.”


“I ain´T a pussy, I know it.”


“If you’re afraid, I want you to get a gun and shoot me.”


“Say you got no money or you got some problems.

I’ll make it so you get a tattoo.”


“Nigga, if you ainít a bitch then I ainí’t gonna give you money.

I will make it SO you get an ink job.”


“She might be in love with you and I don’t wanna hear it.”


“The more you know, the more I want to know.”


“Hands up!

Hold on, you gon’ get your money back.”


“Why are you scared?

You ain’t a pussy.”


“Suck it, nigga!”


“Now you ainâre gon’ die.

It ain’t nothing I can do, it’s just you.”


“What you think, you

How to rap without having to think about lyrics

Rap god is a term used to describe a rapper who has mastered the art of rap without necessarily understanding what the words mean or how they work.

The rapper will usually rap over the words on the song, but they will always have a slight rhyme or a rhythm that fits the song.

That is why rap gods can sometimes be difficult to describe, as the rapper doesn’t have to consciously think about what he is saying.

Instead, the rapper just writes his own rhyming phrase and then executes it perfectly, making it easy for the listener to understand what is going on.

So the name is not meant to imply a genius rapper, but rather the artist that knows how to do the things a great rapper would.

The other thing to note is that rappers like Eminem and Kanye West have perfected rap by having lyrics that are simply not meant for comprehension.

When a rapper writes a song that is so easy to understand, it is easier for the audience to listen and learn.

The rappers use the words in a way that is consistent with the songs meaning, not necessarily because the lyrics are easy to decipher.

When you rap, you want the listener’s attention to be on the music and not on the words.

It is important that the listener is paying attention to the words and not the music, so that when the words are finished, the listener will have a strong sense of accomplishment.

When it comes to learning, you should practice your rap by practicing your words, so you can really understand what the rapper is saying, which helps you to really rap.

If you want to learn, practice it, and learn, you can practice it.

Learn the words you are learning.

What’s in your R&B box?

In what seems like a random assortment of raps, the rap god and his cohort have a couple of surprises in store for us.

The rap god’s new album, The Rap God, was recently released by Atlantic Records, and the album’s first single, “Hoes,” is the first track from the album.

The album is expected to arrive sometime this summer.

But it sounds like Rap God is going to make its mark on a new generation of rappers.

Rap God’s first song, “Hopeless,” is a song about depression.

It’s a song of hope and the possibility that people can overcome, but it’s also a song that speaks about depression and the stigma surrounding it.

“Hops” is a lyric that speaks to the loss of a loved one, about the loss you’ve suffered, and about your struggle to make sense of the things you know you shouldn’t be saying.

It is a sentiment that is so moving that we can’t help but cry a little bit at the end.

Rap God’s lyrics have become one of the most talked-about songs of the summer.

It was even featured on the cover of the new rap album.

This album is filled with hope, but also with depression.

The first single from Rap God was the first single to appear on the album and it’s a sad song that spoke to the pain that a loved-one feels.

I feel like this album is a reflection of what’s been going on in my life and the world around me.

I know that my feelings are valid, that I’m feeling this pain and this loss and that pain has been very real and I’ve felt it from a lot of different places, and I feel that the message of this album, and of all of Rap God in particular, is to be happy.

The album is also filled with the word of warning, which is a bit of a dig at rap artists like Lil Wayne, and Drake.

These are people that make music for their fans.

And they make music to be listened to, not for themselves, and they make that music for the people around them, because they know that it’s going to bring them joy.

And I feel this album reminds me of that, and this album speaks to me in a very personal way, that you should not be afraid to say those words, and that you don’t need anyone else to be comfortable with them, and to feel comfortable in them, as long as you do.

We should all be able to do this for ourselves and for ourselves alone.

I’m not worried about being a rapper or doing this for fame or any of that bullshit.

I just want to be honest and open and honest with myself and with my life, and for the rest of my life.

Rap god’s second track, “No Regrets,” is about the way he thinks about relationships.

He talks about how we need to be careful with our relationships and we should be careful when we’re with someone.

He says we need a healthy relationship, but we shouldn’t forget about the person.

I want to make sure that I’ve been able to connect with someone in a way that is meaningful, and it doesn’t mean that I have to have a relationship that I want and that I don’t feel comfortable with.

This song also speaks to a lot about depression, about how it can take a huge toll on a person.

The lyrics say that depression can take away your ability to have fun, but I believe that depression also takes away your capacity to love someone.

I believe we have a responsibility to make it as natural and as easy as possible for people to have healthy relationships and to be free from depression.

There are a lot more songs on the record, and if you listen to them, it’s not a surprise that there’s so much in this album that is uplifting.

Rap is a movement and a movement is an art form.

It brings people together.

Rap’s music is about life.

Its lyrics are about hope.

And it speaks to what it means to be human and what it feels like to be loved.

Rap, the music, and hope are universal themes, and we can all relate to it.

Rap is a genre that’s been around for a long time, and its lyrics are a reflection on everything that has happened to us.

And this album and this genre has a very big voice in the music business.

Rap will always be part of music, but at the same time, we’re going to have to make the changes that are needed to get it to where it needs to be.

I think it’s great that the Rap God has a platform and that they’re able to express themselves in this manner.

Rap was the biggest pop music genre of all time.

Rap helped us break down stereotypes and create new identities.

Rap and rap have a place in our world.

Rap has always had a place.

Rap needs to continue.

Rap god is the most influential rapper in hip hop

Categories: About

Tags: ,