Ghetto prod Yung Diamond

from i Caint Fix My Self by MC Longshot



we was flat broke from the beginning/brothers had jokes/cuz our clothes was hiding whippings/Robin kept on giving us daily 2 calm us children/plus we dealing with/all the pressures of bogus living like/like crack stole my peoples soul/with no equal dough/my bro got even mo/heated as they treated him bogey/& called the po/4ever we keep losing/when choosing 2 fight our own/like/i remember my cousin Greg said: "Chad dont be letting these phoneys get in ya head/cuz haters can kill a dream."/man better that g/now on the mic i be telling my life like/like Ron Artest/yal wanna fight me/i remember rocking British Knights instead of Nikes/with the snake skin hat 2 match/damn i changed son/but i aint gone never ever 4get where i came from/the ghetto

like 67th & Stoney Island/East End/2 72nd & Union wilding/i remember hooping on milk crates til we called/my 1st foster home with Veronica was a ball like/like going chest 2 chest with Maurice/i was 9 at the time/& he was 12 at least/a lesson learned from my chesta burn/no respect 4 herbs/so i puffed up/& just kept thowing them thangs like/like this one time we was flipping/u know on a mattress in a lot/i must have kicked him/cuz dude got up salty/assaulted me/whooped my ass/but after that/we went back 2 flipping unawkwardly like/like most black kids/no dad was here/so i grew with mad fear/but i'm a rising sun/and i'm arriving son/so i aint gone 4get my past years/or where i came from
the ghetto


from i Caint Fix My Self, released November 6, 2020
produced by Yung Diamond


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MC Longshot Coffeyville, Kansas

One of the hardest working and most underrated emcees in the business, Longshot is a professional Hip Hop artist from Chicago, IL. Now residing in Minneapolis, MN Longshot propels his own life experiences through his lyrics and performances to inspire and motivate others. ... more

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