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Uneasy Lyrics Jon Batiste ft. Lil Wayne

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Uneasy Jon Batiste ft. Lil Wayne

Uneasy Lyrics Jon Batiste ft. Lil Wayne

[Verse 1: Jon Batiste]
(Skoo-skoo, skoo-koo)
They call out, "Mercy, mercy, Marcy me"
Clinton and Canarsie be like (Skoo-skoo, skoo-koo)
They call out
Nostradamus Malcolm Marvin saw what's going on
I know the left and the right talkin' two different stories (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
I know I'm strong in this life but I still tuck my chain

[Chorus: Jon Batiste]
The city feels uneasy
The only way I can describe
Describe, describe it
The city feels uneasy
The only way that I can describe
Describe, describe it
The city feels so uneasy

[Verse 2: Jon Batiste]
(Skoo-skoo, skoo-koo)
They call out, "Times are changing, mama's favorite"
Creepin' through the club at midnight (Skoo-skoo, skoo-koo)
They cry out
Now they're back in the pew
At the crow of the rooster crawling into the light
Left and the right talkin'' two different stories (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
I know I'm strong in this life but I still tuck my chain

[Chorus: Jon Batiste]
The city feels uneasy
The only way I can describe
Describe, describe it
The city feels uneasy
The only way that I can describe
Describe, describe it
The city feels so uneasy
It's a revelation
The city feels uneasy
The only way that I can describe
Describe describe it
The city feels uneasy
The only way I can describe (Yeah, yeah)
Describe describe it
The city feels so uneasy

[Bridge: Jon Batiste]
Yeah, yeah-yeah
Easy
Easy, yeah
Easy
So uneasy

[Verse 3: Lil Wayne]
Uh
Times is hard, and the city's uneasy
Been a carnivore ever since I was teethin'
Close the shower door on my city, it's steamin'
I know I'm the God that my city believes in
Amen menage
The Devil been deceivin' me
Had me on the hardtop, thinkin' it was easy street
Mama used to scream at me and take me off that scenery
I been about a bag 'cause all I wanted was to be a G
That's that New Orleans in me, I come from where the demons be
The dungeons and the dragons, I just asked them not to breathe on me
Shit get difficult then shit get nasty in the easy E
You don't know what it mean to me
These mean streets, ain't mean to me
Gangster shit
Life is a bitch, until she ain't your bitch
The streets colder than the streets in Anchorage
Swisher on my hip, make me walk like my ankle twist

[Outro: Jon Batiste & Lil Wayne]
God damn
They call out
Weezy baby
This city is uneasy baby
Yeah
Me and Mr. Batiste
Lil Weezyana
Uh
They call out
This that fire
Lil' Weezy, on the guitar ladies and gentlemen

Video Of Uneasy Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– Uneasy
Singer:– Jon Batiste
Featuring:- Lil Wayne
Album:– World Music Radio (2023)
Producer:– Johnny Simpson
Written:– Jon Batiste & Lil Wayne
Released:– August 18, 2023

About Jon Batiste:–

Jon Batiste is a multi-talented American musician, bandleader, composer, and singer. He is known for his versatile musical abilities, genre-blending style, and his role as the bandleader on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." Born on November 11, 1986, in Metairie, Louisiana, Batiste comes from a musical family and has been immersed in music from a young age.

Batiste's musical style encompasses a wide range of genres, including jazz, R&B, soul, funk, and more. He is a skilled pianist and vocalist, and his performances often blend traditional and contemporary elements, creating a fresh and dynamic sound. His music is characterized by its energy, improvisation, and his ability to connect with audiences through his performances.

In addition to his work as a solo artist, Jon Batiste gained significant recognition as the bandleader for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." His role on the show includes leading the house band, Stay Human, and contributing to the show's musical segments. His vibrant personality, musical talents, and engaging performances have made him a beloved figure on the late-night TV scene.

Batiste has released several albums, showcasing his diverse musical influences and talents. His discography includes projects such as "Hollywood Africans" (2018) and "Anatomy of Angels: Live at the Village Vanguard" (2019). He often collaborates with other artists and musicians, contributing to a variety of projects that span different genres.

In addition to his music career, Jon Batiste is also an advocate for social justice and uses his platform to address important issues. He has been involved in various charitable and community initiatives, using his music to inspire positive change.