Logic – YSIV Freestyle Lyrics

Pass the Philly
Get silly, that’s on the really
We snappin’ like Uma Thurman in Kill Bill, I’m talking Achilles
Try to play me like I ain’t me but I provided all the deets
Who you know worth $50 million still rapping on breakbeats? From Nasty Nas, Big L, Tribe, the Roots, and many more
Of course, we could never forget Biggie and Young Shakur
Fuck the police
No, we ain’t fucking with our pastor
I’m the bastard that mastered the flow, said it once before for sure
While 6ix produce hits from the soul, you already know
Visualising and realising my life is fucking crazy
Poppin’ like Jay-Z
Dirty dancing on the game like Swayze
I’m one of the illest, and bitch, I’ve been ready to kill this, it’s so amazing
Bitch, I’ve been blazing, I’m talking grass, I ain’t talking grazing
Latest shit the tape while I sip scotch
Let the haters kick rocks
My flow is tip-top; I never flip flop, why? [Intro]
Yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah
[Verse]
They say they want the old Logic
The one that flow like a faucet
I’m still the same me
They just don’t believe it like they agnostic
If I spit over the boom bap they perceive it as nostalgic
But the truth is my subject matter is still the same
Production selection is still flame
But they love you on the come-up ’cause you ain’t tainted by fame
And you still they little secret
That’s the type of bullshit that they frequent
From 19 to 2019, been murdering this shit for a decade
From the boom bap to the trap, let my style cascade
Listen, listen, yeah
What’s the dealy? ‘Cause my soul too strong
Did this all on my own ’cause waiting took too long
The flow sophisticated
All these youngins do is whine like they inebriated
I’m hated, but yeah, that’s how you know I made it
I’m one of the illest, I’m one of the realest
I’m ready to kill this ’til people they feel this
Me and my team made millions but you know we still us
Yeah, they wanna kill us but they all feel us
RattPack real all the time, we never phony
I’m single-handedly running the game like a Sony
While the rest of these rappers is acting
Pass ’em the Tony, pass ’em the Oscar
From the new school rappers, Logic’s the illest on the roster
Smoke like a rasta
Black and white like Bob Marley, yeah, like Bob Marley
These racist motherfuckers hate that last line
Probably haters on the internet ain’t got nothing to bargain
Said I’d never make it, bitch, I just sold out the Garden
Sinatra
[Outro]
Young Sinatra IV, the album
September 28th
Bringing that boom bap back for the RattPack

Yung Bans – No Names Lyrics

[Intro]
[?]
Danny, I see you
[Chorus: Yung Bans & Killy]
Ayy, kickin’ back it’ been a long day
I ain’t beefin’ with no, no names
I been stayin’ in my own lane
Saw the strips up like a crochet
Yeah
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
These niggas hate like fluid
Big Glock, this not a toy
[Verse 1: Yung Bans]
I can’t change for the fame
Look at my wrist, look at my chain
Get off my dick, groupy bitches, I came in the game
Fucking with this young hoe, she look like she tryna have a claim
Suck my dick so good, I swear I never made a sin
Fuck your lil hoe, so easy peasy
Lemon squeezy
Fuck in that Rolls, with that greasy, greasy
Hit a nigga up, no meet and greet
All my young niggas need Jesus
These Off-White, ain’t no Yeezy
Fuck a nigga momma I pushed it in
Off too many drugs I’m over lean
Off too many drugs I’m over lean
Yeah, over lean
Off too many drugs I’m over lean, over lean
Off too many drugs I’m over lean, over lean
[Chorus: Yung Bans & Killy]
Ayy, kickin’ back it’ been a long day
I ain’t beefin’ with no, no names
I been stayin’ in my own lane
Saw the strips up like a crochet
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
Bitch, I’m the shit and I know it
[Verse 2: KILLY]
I can’t beef with a no name
I can’t speak, I’m tellin’ no names
My bitch freaky like Cirque du Soleil
My whip geekin’, I might crash it today
I don’t give a shit, I’m the shit (lit)
Hide behind the tint
On the hit, brick, with the [?]
Been the longest of days
Tires screeching, I skrrt off in my own lane
[Chorus: Yung Bans]
Ayy, kickin’ back it’ been a long day
I ain’t beefin’ with no, no names
I been stayin’ in my own lane
Saw the strips up like a crochet

Sam Cooke – You Were Made for Me Lyrics

(Baby, what I can do?)
Mmm, you’ve been mine ever since I met you
And I’ll never, never, never, never
Never leave you
[Verse 3]
As sure as there’s a heaven up above me
From you I know I’ll never be free, no, no
As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me, mmhmm Mmm
You’ve been mine ever since I met you
And I’ll never leave you
No, I’ll never leave you
[Verse 3]
As sure as there’s a heaven up above me
From you I know I’ll never be free
As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me
[Verse 1]
(A fish was made to swim in the ocean)
A fish was made to swim in the ocean
(A boat was made to sail on the sea)
A boat was made to sail on the sea
As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me
(You were made for me)
You were made for me
[Verse 2]
(A grape was made to grow on a vine)
A grape was made to grow on a vine
(An apple was made to grow on a tree)
An apple, an apple was made to grow on a tree
As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me
[Chorus]
We’ll have our quarrels, and you’ll upset me
But what can I do? [Intro]
(Made for me)
(You were made for me)
[Verse 1]
A fish was made to swim in the ocean
A boat was made to sail on the sea
As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me
You were made for me
[Verse 2]
A grape was made to grow on a vine
An apple was made to grow on a tree
As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me, mmhmm
[Chorus]
We’ll have our quarrels and you’ll upset me
But what can I do?

Tee Grizzley – No Rap Cap Lyrics

[Intro: Tee Grizzly]
If there ain’t no bag involved, If there ain’t no bag involved
PnB to the D, Grizzly gang, ride with us
DJ on the beat with some bangers! [Verse 1: Tee Grizzly]
I’m not gon’ talk to you for long if there ain’t no bag involved
I don’t indulge with the [?], go get the man in charge
You don’t want this Glock to line you up, it’ll push you back too far
My shooter’s Queen Latifah, they’ll set it of(brrrrrahh)
Hundred point and my car is large, we so ahead of y’all(can’t touch)
We got more bread than y’all(broke bitch)
Your bitch, we share her dawg(ho bitch)
These bitches scared of y’all(they scared of you niggas man)
They know you gon’ tell it all(gospel ass niggas shut the f**k up)
No cap(No cap), No rap(no rap)
I can stand on a bentley(stand on a skrrt)
I own dat(I own dat)
You f**kin’ with snitches(f**kin’ with rats)
Cold rats(cold rats)
Y’all niggas want smoke(nigga want smoke)
Blow dat(blow dat)
[Verse 2: PnB Rock]
I ain’t takin’ no pictures, free Kodak(free dat nigga)
Ridin’ ’round wit a stick(brrr)
You know dat(you know dat shit)
Nigga got my name in his mouth(huh), you toe tag(brrr)
F**k around might run in you house, where your ho at? I was just eatin’ them noodles, now I’m eatin’ that caviar
Ridin’ ’round in the fastest cars, Instagram hoes, I smash ’em all
These niggas broke, we laugh at y’all(haha)
Now you havin’ no cash at all(broke)
Niggas just be actin’ hard, I’mma wind up smackin’ y’all(bitch)
[Verse 3: Tee Grizzley]
Which one of your niggas hoes(your niggas hoes)
I’mma go at(I’mma go at), ha your mans got dropped
Where his hoe ass?(yeah)
Right f**k these niggas, they ain’t get no pass
And f**k these bitches, they broke ass
You can’t make it out Detroit ‘less you play basketball
If the ops listenin’ just know we keepin’ tabs on y’all, huh
We call y’all black ice ’cause we always slidin’ on y’all
Nigga this chop run outta bullets, I’mma put the .45 on y’all
[Verse 4: PnB Rock]
You must wanna die, f**kin’ with me and my gang
Niggas gon’ slide if you’re missin’ my name(gang)
Don’t come outside(come outside), ‘less you want feel that flame
Lil’ nigga better stay in your lane ‘fore [?] get changed
Won’t make it out Philly unless you a rapper dawg, unless you a trapper dawg, still might leave in a casket dawg
And that’s the saddest part
Niggas ridin’ ’round with dracos, [?]in’ from the ops and the [?]
I can’t even trust my main ho, damn
[Outro: Tee Grizzley & PnB Rock]
You can’t make it out Detroit ‘less you play basketball
If thee ops listenin’ just know we keepin’ tabs on y’all, huh
Won’t make it out Philly unless you a rapper dawg, unless you a trapper dawg, still might leave in a casket dawg
And that’s the saddest part

Netball Gems lead the way granting hoop dreams to players of all abilities

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“It’s not just the girls, it’s also for their families,” Ms Moseby said.”For them to be able to come out be involved in a community and our netball community have really welcomed them with open arms.”I’m really thankful for the families to have the courage to come out with their girls and be a part of it, and I’m so proud of our netball community who have welcomed them so well.”Inclusion is key

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The Port Lincoln Gems hope to return for a third season next year. “For parents to be able to sit on the sidelines and watch is just amazing,” Ms Rusden said. Photo:
The girls rotate positions throughout the game to try out different skills. (ABC News: Samantha Jonscher)
John Cranwell, chief executive of Inclusive Sport South Australia, said that the origins of the Gems comes from something that is a common story in regional Australia.”Inclusive sport is generally something that works quite well in the country,” Mr Cranwell said.”The country is full of people who know how to solve a problem.”What we have found is that they are very good at including everyone in their sporting communities, often there is no other way for people living with disabilities to participate.”Mr Cranwell said that in the cities people living with a disability often end up in disability-specific programs and therefore outside of mainstream sport.”What we advocate for is pure community inclusion so every individual is included into a sport program of their choice, based on their ability to play that game at the level,” he said.”Sport is a big part of our culture — watching sport and participating in sport — so what better place to meet new people and build friendship groups?”The biggest barrier, quite often, is people who don’t have the confidence to deal with something they don’t know or understand, so unless they have exposure to people living with a disability to start something, they won’t.”Gems leading the wayThe Port Lincoln Gems are a unique program in regional South Australia, and Ms Rusden said she hoped to see more sports get involved.”We just thought hopefully with netball, that others like football, soccer, basketball, softball, everything, would start their own,” she said.”I think it would be great to have other clubs to do the same.”It’s not hard work. Every weekend thousands of children across the country compete in local netball games while their parents watch from the sidelines and cheer them on, but some Australians do not always feel welcome to join in.Gabby Rusden and Diane Moseby have co-founded the Port Lincoln Gems, a netball team in regional South Australia that includes players with a disability.The Gems are aged 11–23 and play a modified version of the game.”It’s not often that as a parent of a child with a disability you are able to see your child on the court,” Ms Rusden said. (ABC News: Samantha Jonscher)
The Gems have also been an opportunity for parents and carers to join a community. (ABC News: Samantha Jonscher)
The team started last year with nine players for a two-week trial and this year the Gems doubled their numbers and have just finished a four-week season.”We have a daughter with autism and she has been around netball for many years,” Ms Rusden said.”The idea came about when she started playing netball with our team and they were so inclusive — they made her feel great within the team.”I just thought, seeing the enjoyment on her face, it would be just great for other kids to have the same enjoyment and feel part of the netball community.”Players gain confidence through supportEach player is paired with a mentor during the game, drawn from the league’s other clubs.”We support the girls … to help them move the ball up and down the court and get involved,” mentor Tamara Rawson said. Photo:
Diane Moseby and Gabby Ruston founded the program to make netball more inclusive in their community. It’s pretty cool,” player Hannah Hentsel said.”I love like the confidence and support that my friends give me.”I like shooting goals, being with my friends, the confidence and support my friends and the mentors give me.”

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The Gems were created to give young women with a disability access to Port Lincoln’s robust netball community. Families are very keen and its just a matter of having mentors from other clubs.” (ABC News: Samantha Jonscher)
“The girls need that bit of support, so I do it to support them, but it’s so exciting to be out on the court with them — the girls get so excited.”Ms Moseby agreed that seeing the excitement of the players was highly rewarding.”They get pure joy on their faces, they love their uniforms, they love putting on the pink bibs [and] they love being involved with the mentors,” she said.For the players, it has been an opportunity to make friends and feel supported.”It’s pretty amazing being out there with my friends.
(ABC News: Samantha Jonscher) ABC West Coast SA

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August 30, 2018 06:55:00

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Mentors support the girl playing in the Port Lincoln Gems netball team to move the ball up and down the court.
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Missing Canberra boy Phoenix Mapham found alive, mother arrested

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'Bring Phoenix home': Father's plea over missing 6yo Canberra boy
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August 30, 2018 18:38:59

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ACT Policing put out a call for Phoenix Mapham’s whereabouts last Friday. (Supplied: Cliff Mapham)
It is tremendous news that he has been found, and that he is safe and well,” ACT Policing Detective Station Sergeant Harry Hains said.”Many people provided information during the investigation. Ms Woodcock was also found nearby, arrested and taken to Queanbeyan Police Station.ACT police will try to have her extradited back into the territory on Friday.”Our focus since last Thursday has been the safety of Phoenix. (Supplied: Cliff Mapham)
ACT Policing put out a call for information regarding Phoenix’s whereabouts last Friday after he was seen being driven away by a woman believed to be his mother, Tessa Woodcock.His disappearance sparked the first amber alert in the ACT’s history and today he was found in Carwoola, just outside the ACT. This was invaluable, and helped ACT Policing, NSW Police Force, and other agencies to find Phoenix this afternoon.”At the conclusion of this extensive police operation, on behalf of ACT Policing I would like to express sincere thanks to the Canberra community, and the many people from the surrounding region who provided information in the week-long search.” The mother of Canberra boy Phoenix Mapham has been arrested and will face charges for allegedly taking him unlawfully, after the six-year-old was found alive after going missing last week.Phoenix will be returned to the ACT to be reunited with his father, Cliff Mapham, and will undergo medical checks to ensure he is fully healthy.Mr Mapham said the week had been a rollercoaster of emotions.”We are so relieved that Phoenix has been brought home safely,” he said.”This is the best day.”

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Cliff Mapham described his son as an extrovert who loved to talk to people and play with his toys.
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