«Outlawz» – Rick Ross ft. Jazmine Sullivan, 21 Savage

God is Great,

You hold the gun I take the wheel, If you say go you know I will,
And though this love has its flaw, we’re forever outlaws,
You Messed around but I forgave ya, why do they still want me to hate ya,
Cause if im choosing to forget it, why cant they just mind they business
Cause I’m stuck, stuck like glue, cause I can’t I can’t I can’t stop lovin you

I wanna see my dawgs on the mountain tops, them niggas only ballin when they album drop
I gotta line of cars wrap around the block, and living better than these rappers rappin around the clock
I built a golf course and a car porch, since everybody askin where your cars going
Mozzarella now its only tall cheddar, most dope boys been a Paul bearer
Package the product then you pick it up at the Bahamas, talkin them dollars how I touch it Come off as a profit
You leave ya pistol home then you on ya own, cause lil one when its on they gon do ya wrong
See you nodding off on that fentanyl, If you not a boss boy don’t get involved (On God)

Life full of VVS Diamonds and bad choices, young nigga dreaming bout tech nines and porches
It’s cold I keep my hoodie on, Glock 4-5 ready to get my boogie on
You pussy niggas panties showin’, my bitch say I talk in my sleep
I start park drive and put it in reverse wit my heat, pistol taklkin back I think I heard it cursin at me
It say you better not fuck a bitch or write a verse without me (on God), the streets left me scared nigga I’m bleedin but its concrete showing
So the karma don’t catch up wit me I keep going, better come and get ya bitch cause she going (she on go)
this that straight drop straight drop, all these other niggas rerock
Call my nine Jada she kissin’ nigga d-block, know some nigga out on the west they reppin tree top
These niggas still talkin like bitches I pray that shit stop, Ion wanna here ya opinion about whats hip hop
30 hanging off of my bridges nigga that’s hip-hop (On God)

They callin it Pandemic when it’s really life, the only way to separate the men and mice
Until you seen success you considered roguish, that’s why you see that nigga pull up in a lotus
He got the 40 on him up against his colon, standin in the club and know them niggas rollin
We all gotta purpose and my people servin, all got some work in and I’m speaking murders
Still be countin funds until my fingers purple, praying for ya mother but’ll still hurt ya
Smokin on a bag that I got from Berner, the bottles all black and that bitch a earner
Soldiers waving flags when they see the colonel, If you see the flash, then it don’t concern ya (on God)

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Richer Than I’ve Ever Been is the eleventh studio album by Florida’s biggest boss Rick Ross. Originally scheduled for a January 2021 release, it was pushed back for a December 10 release date. This marks the third MMG release of the year, following the release of Meek Mill’s Expensive Pain and Wale’s Folarin II. The album features 12 tracks, with guest appearances from Future, Wale, Benny the Butcher, Blxst and more. The album was supported by the singles “Outlawz” with 21 Savage and the singer Jazmine Sullivan; and “Little Havana”, featuring The-Dream and an introduction from former drug kingpin Willie Falcon.



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