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Scoreboard Lyrics Fredo ft. Tiggs Da Author

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Scoreboard Fredo

Scoreboard Lyrics Fredo ft. Tiggs Da Author

[Intro: Fredo]
They love me for my ambition
She love me for my ambition
We're comin' from the damn kitchen
Ambition

[Chorus: Tiggs Da Author]
All I ever wanted was a Rollie (Big face)
I remember when I couldn't afford it
From the magnum, we transitioned
Screamin', "They gon' love me for my ambition"
Check the scoreboard, one nil, two nil, three nil
One mill, two mill, three mill
But who's countin?
Uh, how the fuck could you doubt me?

[Verse 1: Fredo]
I'm from where they don't make it, but a hundred man try
So I don't ask why they doubtin' me, I understand why
Still, I can't make a ho wifе when they don't understand lifе
They only understand price and how my chain cost a hundred grand twice
I got paid, then the pain started to trouble me less
They say my name again and again, they're fuckin' obsessed
Had to learn that success comes with nothin' but stress
Never had breasts, but my chest, that's a double V-S (VVS)
Pull up in that spaceship like I'm Doctor Who
But everyone and their mom knows I got more than doctors do (They do)
Women with their boyfriend, in my time, I got a few
They that think they got a good girl, what they got is not a clue (A clue)
I got a lot of food like I ain't got a lot to lose
Never gave a shit about a lot of views
Ask the guys, real trapper, had to turn an O into a box
The street witnessed me turn from a soldier to a boss, 'cause-

[Chorus: Tiggs Da Author]
All I ever wanted was a Rollie (A Rollie)
I remember when I couldn't afford it (Afford it)
From the magnum, we transitioned (Transitioned)
Screamin' they gon' love me for my ambition (Ambition)
Check the scoreboard, one nil, two nil, three nil (One nil, two nil, three nil)
One mill, two mill, three mill
But who's countin? (Countin')
How the fuck could you doubt me? (How?)

[Verse 2: Fredo]
Doubting me, that was a major mistake
Now makin' this cake's the main way I'm makin' them pay
It goes one mill, two mill, three mill, four, check the score
I done that, but I still need more
Yeah, I was in the pen not makin' a penny
Now what's in my pen made me a milli'
Yeah, that's what you call a transition
Now I got warehouses and offices, a man's different
But ask the gang, my first offices was Dan's kitchen
So fuck school, that don't make you intelligent
I still ain't come across a time that Shakespeare was relevant (Nope)
But it's like a science in a lab when I'm makin' the medicine
Two-twenty for my last set, but I didn't take it with Phenergan
They say, "Come back and rap," 'cause I'm mad hard, bro
Ain't made songs in a year, it's like my racks can't go
Still buyin' watches and cars, the pack cargo
The S was white, but black inside, I call it Jack Harlow

[Chorus: Tiggs Da Author]
Check the scoreboard, one nil, two nil, three nil (One nil, two nil, three nil)
One mill, two mill, three mill
But who's countin? (Countin')
How the fuck could you doubt me? (How?)

Video Of Scoreboard Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– Scoreboard
Singer:– Fredo
Featuring:- Tiggs Da Author
Album:– Unfinished Business (2023)
Producer:– Show N Prove
Written:– Fredo & Tiggs Da Author
Label:– P G Records
Released:– July 13, 2023

About Fredo:–

Fredo, whose real name is Marvin Bailey, is a British rapper and songwriter. He was born on March 6, 1994, in London, England. Fredo is known for his contributions to the UK rap and drill music scenes, and he has gained recognition for his distinct flow, storytelling, and gritty lyrics that often reflect his experiences growing up in London.

Fredo first gained attention with the release of his debut mixtape "Get Rich or Get Recalled" in 2017, which showcased his raw style and lyrical abilities. His subsequent projects and collaborations helped solidify his position in the UK rap scene. Some of his notable tracks and projects include:

"Tables Turn" (2017): This mixtape further established Fredo's presence in the UK music scene and featured tracks like "Change" and "Pattern Gang."

"Third Avenue" (2018): His debut studio album included hit singles like "Survival of the Fittest" and "BMT."

"Money Can't Buy Happiness" (2021): Fredo's sophomore studio album continued to demonstrate his lyrical skills and storytelling ability, with tracks like "Back to Basics" and "Spaghetti."

Fredo's music often delves into street life, gang culture, and the challenges faced by young people in urban environments. His lyrics reflect a blend of personal experiences, social observations, and aspirations.