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Guapanese Mick Jenkins

Guapanese Lyrics Mick Jenkins

[Intro]
Gotta let this bitch breathe
Huh
They say money talks (Ha)
These niggas let they money talk
Matter fact
I don't think I ever heard him speak, he got a funny walk
They say money talk

[Verse]
Ayy
All these niggas ever really talk about is money
I think all these niggas got to talk about is money
His man’s locked up, he can't bond him out, it's funny
God forbid they chalk him out and find out it’s no money
Damn
It's a stack of one, just like him and they hide behind the twenty
Come outside, ain't nobody finna jump you
Gave us conclusions we didn't even have to jump to
I know I could just stop but somebody else punked you
Manufactured beef, you can't get this from no butcher shop
All my cash cows grass-fed, you can smell it when I come through (You can smell it when I come through)
Pull up in some old school shit, it make the hookers stop
(Huh)
Told her, "Keep walkin', baby"
I know you know them same dollars, keep talkin'
Only want the handicaps when we parkin'
Probably won’t catch me snorkelin’
Surface level shit put you in deep water, it's
Shit’s crazy to see
Muhfuckers sound crazy to me
But I guess we lettin' money talk (But I guess we lettin' money talk)
It sounds so much different then how niggas look
It feels so much different then how niggas walk
They say money talks (Huh)

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Song Credit:–

Song:– Guapanese
Singer:– Mick Jenkins
Album:– The Patience (2023)
Producer:– Stoic & Kulture
Written:– Mick Jenkins, Stoic & Kulture
Label:– RBC Records
Released:– July 28, 2023

About Mick Jenkins:–

Mick Jenkins is an American rapper and songwriter known for his introspective and socially conscious lyrics, as well as his unique blend of hip-hop and spoken word elements. He was born on April 16, 1991, in Huntsville, Alabama, and later moved to Chicago, Illinois, which played a significant role in shaping his musical style.

Mick Jenkins gained widespread recognition with his mixtape titled "The Water[s]" in 2014, which received critical acclaim for its thought-provoking themes and innovative production. The project explored various metaphors related to water, using the concept as a symbol for purification, wisdom, and self-discovery. Tracks like "Jazz" and "Martyrs" garnered attention for their lyricism and complex wordplay.

Following the success of "The Water[s]," Mick Jenkins continued to release music, including projects like "Wave[s]" (2015) and "The Healing Component" (2016). His music often delves into topics such as spirituality, personal growth, and societal issues. His lyrical depth and unique delivery style set him apart in the hip-hop landscape.

In addition to his solo work, Mick Jenkins has collaborated with various artists and producers, contributing his skills to the larger hip-hop community. He's known for his collaborations with artists like Noname, Saba, and BADBADNOTGOOD.