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MOP Mick Jenkins

MOP Lyrics Mick Jenkins

[Intro: Mick Jenkins & Tommy Ford]
Cole, you stupid

[Verse 1]
Since a shorty mama was needin' the dough
I been breakin' bread grew up in the church
Did the stained glass, fam, I been breakin' bad
And a breeze on some windbreaker shit
And these trees like I gotta hit it, drag
And the balance is evident
Avatar, never out of my element
If I can I'm Star-Trekking it too, I mean, let's be for real
Y'all can't glow where my hue go
A clock lightyears with the Hublot, a nigga too far ahead
Too slow, coming off of the line, they talk drag
But this a marathon, I thought he told you

I just keep moppin' these floors

[Verse 2]
I just keep it clean as I'm s'posed
Fabric softener, these niggas is hoes
Fresh out the machine, the way I seen niggas fold
I do my paper the same
Landscaping, all my grass look green
I ain't gon' say it's the same, but you know, shit ain't always what it seems
It's Common French, I stay schemin', I ain't playing them games
Whole thing just a pyramid scheme
You never see, but keep hearing these things, like the dirt that we did

I just keep moppin' these floors

[Verse 3]
Yeah, I just keep moppin' these floors
Who knows, the chemical shit got me exposed too
Fertilizer, we was just tryna grow
No pesticides, you gotta weed out your bros
Uncircumcised, got extra skin in the game
A million more like me in the fold
That's how I'm comin'
I hustle when a nigga didn't have
That's how I'm bummin'
A cash cow with big calves
That's how we runnin'
Wherever we grazed
If I spend it, it's a mail-in rebate
I get it back, I need it ASAP (ASAP), yeah
I need a mop, I hit the water with some Ajax, yeah

[Spoken Outro]
I mean, I feel like, I'm, I'm just now stepping into what I feel like is, is a full agency
Over my creativity, my artistry, my, my, my, uh, my business
Um, and even myself as a man and I think it just takes... time to get there, you know?
I don't think that that's something that anybody is gifted when they become, you know, a man
Or when they find out who they are when they step into an industry, you know
Where expressing, you know, through the deepest parts of who they are
I think that's, that's a journey that you're on, um, and you know....
Um... trying to rush that doesn't get you anywhere except where you don't wanna be, fast, you know, so... um...
Allowing that process to be... be it, um...
Allowing yourself to make mistakes and-and learn and grow from that
Understanding that... it's all molding you to get to where you're going... um
Again, I just, I recognize there's a lot of patience in that
So... trying to have more of that

Video Of MOP Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– MOP
Singer:– Mick Jenkins
Album:– The Patience (2023)
Producer:– Hollywood Cole
Written:– Mick Jenkins & Hollywood Cole
Label:– RBC Records
Released:– August 18, 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.