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1st Hunnid Bands Lyrics Yo Gotti & DJ Drama

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1st Hunnid Bands Lyrics Yo Gotti & DJ Drama

1st Hunnid Bands Lyrics Yo Gotti & DJ Drama

[Intro: Yo Gotti & DJ Drama]
(Dee, you poppin' your shit, nigga)
My first hundred bands
Thank the hood for my first hundred grand
For motivational purposes only
Was runnin' plays for my first hundred bands
Let's thank the J's for my first hundred grand
I Showed You So

[Chorus: Yo Gotti]
My first hundred grand, thought I was a millionaire
My first hundred P's in the whip, can barely fit in there (Woo, Gangsta)
Ten stacks of tens stacked in rubber bands (Bands)
Fives, tens, and twenties, my first hundred grand (Grand)

[Verse 1: Yo Gotti]
I grew up with nothin' (Nothin'), watched my mama suffer (Damn)
Idolized my father (Father), looked up to my brother (Brother)
Both of them were hustlers (Hustlers), both of them were gangstеrs (Gangster, Gangsta)
Grandview Elemеntary, in sixth grade, I had a banger (Pow)
Always had a problem (Problem), couldn't deal with my anger (Couldn't deal with my anger)
Never talk 'round bitches (Shh), never spoke 'round strangers (Quiet)
I wanted to get money somehow, I ended up famous (How?)
But God know, my first hundred thousand came from slingling (Yeah)
Lord knows, I never been a pussy nigga, ain't I?
My favorite room in the house the kitchen
Never goin' broke 'bout no bitches (Never)
It's a difference 'tween gettin' money and trickin'
Hundred K on my missus
It's a difference when you playin' with a hundred million

[Chorus: Yo Gotti]
My first hundred grand (Grand), thought I was a millionaire (I am)
My first hundred P's (Hundred P's) in the whip, can barely fit in there (Woo)
Ten stacks of tens stacked in rubber bands (That's a hundred)
Fives, tens, and twenties, my first hundred grand (A hundred)
My first hundred grand (Hundred) thought I was a millionaire
My first hundred P's in the whip, can barely fit in there (Woo)
Ten stacks of tens stacked in rubber bands (That's a huncho)
Fives, tens, and twenties, my first hundred grand (Yeah)

[Verse 2: Yo Gotti]
Started with an ounce (oz), better yet, a half (Half)
Nigga, I'm talkin' fourteen grams still in the bag (Plastic)
Four O's in a split (Split), it's one twenty-five (Woo)
That's a half a quarter (Quarter), I pay twenty-five (Cash)
Now I got a nine (Nine), that's a quarter ki' (Ki')
I feel like the plug (I am), you can buy it off of me
Got a half a chicken (A chicken), got fronted a half a chicken (Give me that)
Now I got a brick (A what?) standin' in the kitchen (Woo)
Microwave tricks, niggas showed my how to whip it (Whip it)
Summertime, I ran up a cool quarter ticket
I ain't fuck it up (What I do?), re'd up, flipped it (What I do?)
Re'd up, flipped it (Flipped it), re'd up, flipped it (Flipped it)

[Chorus: Yo Gotti]
My first hundred grand (Grand), thought I was a millionaire (I am)
My first hundred P's in the whip, can barely fit in there (Woo)
Ten stacks of tens stacked in rubber bands
Fives, tens, and twenties, my first hundred grand
My first hundred grand, thought I was a millionaire (I am)
My first hundred P's in the whip, can barely fit in there
Ten stacks of tens stacked in rubber bands (That's a huncho)
Fives, tens, and twenties, my first hundred grand (Yeah)

[Outro: DJ Drama]
(Dee, you poppin' your shit, nigga)
Gangsta Grizzilz
Hundred grand or more these days for me to talk that shit on your mixtape
And that's just pocket money

Video Of 1st Hunnid Bands Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– 1st Hunnid Bands
Singer:– Yo Gotti & DJ Drama
Album:– I Showed U So (2023)
Producer:– Yung Dee & ​vsonthabeat
Written:– Yo Gotti, Yung Dee & ​vsonthabeat
Label:– Inevitable Productions & CMG The Label
Released:– August 4, 2023

About Yo Gotti:–

Yo Gotti, whose real name is Mario Mims, is an American rapper, songwriter, and record executive. He was born on May 19, 1981, in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Yo Gotti gained prominence in the hip-hop scene for his gritty and authentic storytelling, reflecting the struggles and experiences of life in the streets.

He released his debut album, "Youngsta's On a Come Up," in 1996, and over the years, he has built a successful career with numerous mixtapes and albums. Some of his well-known projects include "Life," "Back 2 da Basics," "The Art of Hustle," and "I Still Am."

Yo Gotti's music often addresses topics like poverty, crime, street life, and the pursuit of success despite challenging circumstances. He has collaborated with several notable artists and has been influential in the southern rap scene.

About DJ Drama:–

DJ Drama, whose real name is Tyree Cinque Simmons, is an American DJ, record executive, and music producer. He was born on April 22, 1978, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. DJ Drama is a prominent figure in the mixtape and hip-hop scene, known for his contributions to the genre and his work with numerous artists.

He gained widespread recognition through his popular mixtape series "Gangsta Grillz," which featured exclusive tracks and collaborations with various hip-hop artists. DJ Drama's mixtapes became highly sought after and helped to elevate the careers of many emerging artists.

In addition to his mixtape success, DJ Drama is a co-founder of the record label Generation Now, along with rapper and entrepreneur Lil Uzi Vert. He has also worked as an A&R executive for Atlantic Records, contributing to the success of several hip-hop acts signed to the label.

Throughout his career, DJ Drama has collaborated with numerous high-profile artists, including T.I., Lil Wayne, J. Cole, Meek Mill, and many others. He is respected for his skills as a DJ and his ability to curate and present music in a way that resonates with the hip-hop community.