• Artist: Scambler
  • Title: Drop it like that
  • Genre: Hip Hop - Old School, Hip Hop - Experimental/Alternative
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Aggressive/Edgy, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Electronic Sounds/Noises, Turntable/Scratching, Percussion, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Loops/Samples, Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, All Other
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/5/2012
  • Lyric themes: Style, Being High Stoned, Music/Art, City Life, Bragging Status
  • Lyrics: Hell I don’t care. Drop it like that, blow it up. Drop it like that y’all. You hear the bass on it, you hear the drums on it, come on bounce with it, this is how we ride to it. You got the taste for it, you got the guts for it, you can shine with it homey, let me grind with it. Oh God, to the break of dawn, I got you hot girl, how you like me now? Every time I come around girl it’s going down, been around the world you know my style. Once again it’s on it don’t stop, when I hit the joint I’m on point with my composition. Ain’t got no competition, get in line, put it walk or join the old position, no one can stop my mission. My inspiration, elevation for contribution, to the progression of this rap nation, my culture. I see the future, paint the picture, to make you figure, ‘cos I do it for my people. Hay J I can do it all day, so make way or get blaze, everything is okay. Check out the flows I’m giving, just like the dough I’m flipping, stacking above the ceiling, suckers be catching peelings. Everybody got a style somewhere up in the style, all you’ve got to do is find it ‘cos I’ll find mine. Own style when I’m rapping to the crowd, that’s why I rap like that original from the house.
  • Keywords: punching, aggressive, rap, Brass, Confident, Guitar, punchy

About Scambler


As a highly diverse writer and producer Scambler released "Too 'king funky" (rap, retro break beat, old school big beat and rocktronica) and "For every action" (acoustic guitar, piano, folk and soft rock) on 10/10/10 through iTunes, Amazon MP3 and numerous other download stores. Songs from his incredibly varied catalogue are also available to license through ScamblerMusic.com, Pump Audio and Getty Images in New York and Konsonant in California. However, It all started with a ...

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