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[Verse 1:]
I been through fake love from fame, all
We got is our name
And I still left the game amazed, how
My card has been played
Eastside when I land, lose or win at the
End of the day
I spend my last five hundred, took a trip
On a plane
Turned it to five hundred bags, they
Went as fast as they came
Even if the quality change, I still rack it
The same
You can be scared or not, nigga chop
Still whack you the same
And I been shot five times, so now if I
Lack, then I'm lame
It's just karma I got from shit I did back
In the day
Did it great in our lanes, bussdowns, the
Factory planes
From stealing test to sell her, to a
Whole brick of cocaine
Fuckin' with Jigga before I ever had a
Meeting with Jay
I was meeting my play, corner of Jacob
And Clay
I tell the truth to B.J. and Trey, I won't
Let them astray
Together we can keep it better 'cause
When we separate we can't
I invested it , hang coat closet, my
Mama's the bank
Geeski don't do it, the streets see your
When the label asked my plan, they
Have they other artists do it
But favorite thing playing stupid, yo, I
Understand niggas groupies
And I understand how they movin' and
They pieces, I gotta use 'em
Buy they piece, don't take they jewels
Shit be fake as hell
I changed my life, foot aches and bails
Bad bitch college apartments, baby, go
Check the mail
Fake name on the box when it come
Erase the paper trail
It's the look, it ain't the smell
Talk you into buyin' loads
Text with my connect, bought a nunch
Of shirts like I'm buyin' clothers
It's a different code, you gotta pick up
On when you buyin' lows
It's niggas who was 'posed to make it
Out, but don't
And that's just how it go

[Verse 2:]
Yeah like, "Gotti, don't do it"
But I already did, Gee Shit

This the era of the slimes
When niggas made it fine to cross they
Partners out
Pocket watchin' nigga, then gon'
Bounce about it
Side with the D.A., they partners
Call each other "brother" like they love
'em, fuck they talkin' bout?

Hold up, I'ma start the verse over, man
I don't think these niggas even heard
Me, I said this the era of the slimes
When niggas made it fine to cross they
Partners out
For real, nigga, I ain't even rapped in six
Months, Gee got me out the house fuck
It, let's go

I'ma legend and a feon I ain't rapped in
Bulletproof, found a million dollars ain't
Drove the bitch once (Pew, pew)
Certified stones 1.7 inside my tennis
Do it by myself, if I get caught, it ain't no
Witness, mane
Loaded up them bricks inside my jet
And then I flew it
Landed in my city, dropped the price
And ran through it
Fell in love with Mexico, the lingo I
Speak fluent
Invested my first million in the streets
Before I knew it
Before I knew it

Y'all ain't even let this check dry, nigga
The ink on the check dry nigga, before
I was calling the plug, know what I'm
Told him, "It's up, nigga, I wanna triple
That what I got last time"
It's shoes in motion 'fore I came out the
Bank, nigga, you heard me?
I really turned a half a quarter to a half a
Stay down when it was rough
And didn't complain for shit
And then I turned a half a brick into a
Whole load
I'm talkin' 18-wheler trucks takin' up
The whole road
It ain't no apples and no oranges, this
Ain't nothin but boats
'Fore I made a dollar off this rap shit, I
Was niggas' Ghost
It was so many investigations but he
Never told (Shh)
I'm watchin' niggas fold (Fold)
You niggas really hoes (Hoes)
And it shows

Aye, Gee you know I'm just talkin shit
Mane, you know it's like
I feel like I ain't even a rapper no more at
This point, I'm like a street professor or
Some shit, you know what I'm sayin'?
EL TORO 2, nigga


Song Credit:–

Singer:– EST Gee
Featuring:- Yo Gotti
Album:– El Toro 2 (2023)
Producer:– Jayrich Laplaya & Mattazik Muzik
Written:– EST Gee, Yo Gotti, Jayrich Laplaya & Mattazik Muzik
Label:– CMG The Label & Interscope Records
Released:– August 18, 2023

About EST Gee:–

EST Gee, whose real name is Stanley Cosby, is an American rapper known for his gritty lyrics, street narratives, and collaborations with prominent artists in the hip-hop scene. He hails from Louisville, Kentucky, and has been gaining attention for his distinctive style and storytelling abilities. Here's some information about him:

Early Life and Background: EST Gee was born on December 7, 1994, in Louisville, Kentucky. He grew up in a challenging environment and often draws from his real-life experiences in his music.

Rise to Prominence: EST Gee began to gain recognition in the rap scene through his mixtapes and collaborations with established artists. His raw and authentic style resonated with listeners who appreciated his honesty and storytelling.

"Ion Feel Nun" and Early Work: One of EST Gee's breakthrough tracks was "Ion Feel Nun." His early mixtapes and tracks helped him build a dedicated fan base.

Collaborations: EST Gee has collaborated with various artists from both underground and mainstream hip-hop scenes. His collaborations often showcase his unique approach to storytelling and his chemistry with fellow artists.

"Bigger Than Life or Death" (2021): EST Gee gained widespread attention with his album "Bigger Than Life or Death," released in 2021. The album features introspective lyrics and collaborations with artists like Lil Baby, Future, and Young Thug.

Street Narratives: His music often delves into street life, struggles, and personal experiences, giving listeners insight into the realities of his background.

Lyrical Style: EST Gee's lyrical content is characterized by its honesty and vivid storytelling, allowing listeners to connect with his narratives.

Connection to Louisville: EST Gee often represents his hometown of Louisville in his music, shedding light on the city's challenges and unique cultural elements.

Independent Spirit: He has maintained an independent mindset throughout his career, focusing on building his brand and connecting with his audience.

Continued Success: EST Gee's rise in the rap scene showcases his potential for continued growth and impact within the industry.