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Mandarin Lyrics Yo Gotti & DJ Drama ft. Rich Homie Quan

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Mandarin Lyrics Yo Gotti & DJ Drama

Mandarin Lyrics Yo Gotti & DJ Drama ft. Rich Homie Quan

[Intro: Yo Gotti & DJ Drama]
(June, you're a genius)
Frrt
I Showed You So
DJ Drama

[Chorus: Yo Gotti & Rich Homie Quan]
Chopstick, Benihana
Main a ten, been a hundred
PSD, lot of trauma
Angel wings, sad mamas
Chopstick, Taliban (Woo)
Chinese plug, Mandarin
Lie to me once, nigga, you lost trust, you had a chance
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks

[Verse 1: Yo Gotti]
Rose Patek, leather band
'Member my first thousand grams
They was taxin' twenty-four, now I'm payin' Unclе Sam
Street nigga, different bracket
Twеnty mill' paid in taxes
Tryna get a B, fuck a hundred mill', so I can't be relaxin'
Malibu, Nobu, chauffer, but them chopsticks on me
SoHo been me, CEO, but that street shit in me
Break it down, bag it up
Money counter, add it up
Twenty year run, but I ain't had enough
Them pussy niggas still mad at us
Yeah, and we don't call 'em AKs, they chopsticks
Home of the triple cross, we call that a plot twist
This rap shit saved me
Weed plug Asian
Gotti, you ridin' in a Cullinan with a Drac', boy, you crazy

[Chorus: Yo Gotti & Rich Homie Quan]
Chopstick, Benihana
Main a ten, been a hundred
PSD, lot of trauma
Angel wings, sad mamas
Chopstick, Taliban (Woo)
Chinese plug, Mandarin
Lie to me once, nigga, you lost trust, you had a chance
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks

[Verse 2: Rich Homie Quan]
Eighty-three thousand for the new teeth got a nigga smiling
Check the bitch car fast 'cause a lot of hoes got mileage
The DEA must've brought a skillet 'cause the judge want to fry me
I put that shit on every day, so RIP my stylist
Mama said that money startin' to odor, boy, it's smellin' (Ayy)
And I know I'm walkin' proof you can't make money as a felon (Nah)
They selfish
Niggas I looked up to, now they jealous (What?)
Chopstick hit your spine and your pelvis (Oh, fah, fah, fah)
High school, I was poppin', I would never walk to school
Got the chopstick in my bookbag, I ain't talkin' 'bout no food
Paper in my bookbag too, I'm lookin' for space (Rich Homie)
I'm at that restaurant in Buckhead where they cook it in your face

[Chorus: Yo Gotti & Rich Homie Quan]
Chopstick, Benihana
Main a ten, been a hundred
PSD, lot of trauma
Angel wings, sad mamas
Chopstick, Taliban (Woo)
Chinese plug, Mandarin
Lie to me once, nigga, you lost trust, you had a chance
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks
In the hood, we don't call 'em AKs, boy, we call 'em chopsticks (Gangsta Grizzilz)

[Outro: Rich Homie Quan, DJ Drama, & Yo Gotti]
Chopsticks
In the hood, they call me Chef Boyardram
Chopsticks
You niggas lookin' a lil' sweet and sour over there
Chopsticks
Chopsticks
Don't get mad

Video Of Mandarin Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– Mandarin
Singer:– Yo Gotti & DJ Drama
Featuring:- Rich Homie Quan
Album:– I Showed U So (2023)
Producer:– June The Genius, DaWizvrd & DB (Producer)
Written:– Yo Gotti & Rich Homie Quan
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.

About Rich Homie Quan:–

Rich Homie Quan, whose real name is Dequantes Devontay Lamar, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He was born on October 4, 1989, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Rich Homie Quan gained popularity in the hip-hop scene during the early 2010s with his unique style and melodic flow.

He first gained attention with the release of his 2012 mixtape "Still Going In." The mixtape included the hit single "Type of Way," which became a viral sensation and helped him gain widespread recognition. "Type of Way" was eventually certified platinum.

In 2013, Rich Homie Quan collaborated with fellow rapper Young Thug on the mixtape "Rich Gang: Tha Tour Pt. 1," further increasing his popularity. The duo's chemistry led to a series of successful collaborations.

Some of Rich Homie Quan's other well-known songs include "Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)," "Walk Thru," and "Lifestyle" with Young Thug.

Rich Homie Quan's music often incorporates elements of trap and R&B, and he is known for his emotive delivery and introspective lyrics, reflecting his life experiences and struggles.