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"In The 336"
[feat. King Mez & Charlie Smarts]


[Verse 1: Phonte]
Ayo
Back to handling business
'Tay rap like a vandal that spit it
Like a can of Acrylic
Spray paint, they ain't seen your man in a minute
He's possessed, he's a man on a mission
Y'all sounding like amateurs in it
Stay scanning the blueprint, but can't understand how we did it
Everywhere y'all want to go I don' gone there
I'm in my lawn chair, so fuck these armchair analyst niggas
Always want to lick off shots but ain't took a round
Criticize my field but ain't took a down
Shook when they see a legendary rap nigga
And if you ain't knowing about the drop out, homie that's the cop out
And you a tackleberry ass nigga
Wi-Fi thug, Bluetooth Fairy ass nigga
Cam hit me up and said "Tay have a beat
So when bar 16, competition can have a seat"
Holla

[Verse 2: King Mez]
If I want something, momma told me not to recline
I would always find grind on a drop of a dime
So when trying to school 'em, he put the Colum in bine
And felt like hot rocks on a Rodimus Prime
Competition said he gotta be signed
Cause all of them was straight eight, but their cyinders were not in align
Since overalls and parts had a prominent shine
After making my first dollar had a dominant mind
It was middle school when I first start
She gon' have to be intelligent before gotta be fine
Now-a-days I'm keeping God in my rhymes
Cause everything I been through, was sent through, my losses and wins too
I'm off playing, before I got to that venue
And gave them women a target for shooting their grins too
Gave my niggas a tune to ride in their Benz to
Or making previous acts a part of my menu
Like that

[Verse 3: Charlie Smarts]
My mom said, "If you leave, people will appreciate you more"
So I got peace, the biggest piece I ate before
And it's a feast, you seen me pay it forward
My people won't buy a CD that they can't afford
What I got in store, you don't have to steal
I was passenger till I started grabbing the wheel
Park the van on a hill, now I'm standing still
Looking towards the top, that's where I'm planning to build
I was a fan of him till, they fell off
It's like they don't exist the day after, I'm having the pill
Damn it I'm I'll
And apparently a nigga gifted
Partridge in a Pear Tree and I'm lifted
So I might branch out and leave
With the fruits of my labor but I'll plan out the seeds
Forever I'm a student
And me and 'Tay will never see eye to eye, cause I'm looking up to him
In the 336
In the 336
Swear to God, thought I would see these hits
In the 336
In the 336
When I touch down my girl ain't gonna feed me grits
Uh

[Outro: Kanye West interview]
It's just the day in age. People have their own thinking. People have their own things that they're into. People have their own religion. Hip hop is a religion to a certain extent and the rappers are the preachers. And the music is the scripture.
You know, it's just like church because you go to a concert, you, you, you, raise your hands in the air, you get dressed up, you sing songs and you definitely pay some money. It's just like church. [Laughing]

[Thanks to timm2014 (timm2014@hotmail.com) for these lyrics]

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