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Big Persona
Maxo Kream Lyrics


That's that big shit
And we all gettin' money
We can all get money
(Fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout?)

Fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout?
Million for the summer house
Love it when the sun be out
'Cause we be out
Ridin' around in that thing with the center roof
And the inside is orange like a cantaloupe
Got a Grammy and not just the interlude
Y'all niggas lucky I ain't snatch the other two
Got the lemon that sit on the ear ring
And that bitch glimmering like bling
Dance on the moon, it be like sing, nigga
So far, so far, so far, so far
Damn, bro, that neck on Lamb' mode
The boots in blue, the yellow hue
That shit like rainbow, it's big shit

Big money, big cars, big jewels
Big yard, big niggas, big talk
Fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout?
Big dreaming, big business, big riskin'
Big winning, big living, big shit
It's whatever, nigga, uh
Big money, big cars, big jewels (big shit, big shit, big shit)
Big yard, big niggas, big talk (this that big shit, big shit, big shit)
Fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout? (Big shit, big shit, big shit)
Big dreaming, big business, big risk (big shit, big shit, big shit)
Big winning, big living, big shit (Nigga, big shit, big shit)
It's whatever, nigga

It's Mr, Maxo Biggie Poppa, who you know that do it better?
I'm the trap Barack Obama, Betty Crocker, used to pedal
Remixin' drugs but he love Nutty Professor with Griselda
Pockets kill, man, it keep poppin'
I make more money than professors
Bitch, I'm gettin' cake
Eight figure nigga, no more section 8
Moved mama out the hood
We ain't good, bitch, we doin' great
Big ass mansion, new estate
Friendly neighbors, pearly gates
Sippin' Arnold Palmers with my mama chillin' by the lake
Broke ass niggas love to hate
Can't pay his rent, he always late
I left the hood, they called me fake
Ain't shit realer than real estate
All that flexin', cappin', that's below my tax bracket
Before I buy a bitch a Birkin bag
I spend a bag on assets, big splashin'

Big money, big cars, big jewels
Big yard, big niggas, big talk
Fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout?
Big dreaming, big business, big riskin' (what your fuckin' mouth when you speak to me, nigga)
Big winning, big living, big shit (don't look in my direction)
It's whatever, nigga, uh
Big money, big cars, big jewels (I'll buy y'all niggas' life)
Big yard, big niggas, big talk (fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout?)
Fuck these niggas talkin' 'bout?
Big dreaming, big business, big risk (I don't flex, nigga, I just tell you about what I did, haha)
Big winning, big living, big shit
(It's whatever, nigga, uh)
Yeah

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Tyler Okonma, Emekwanem Biosah

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LG3 VA

It’s really surprising me that people didn’t know Tyler rapped like this

Ki Collins

the versatility that man has when it comes to flowing is ASTRONOMICAL! i love it!

Melissa Downer

I feel like he isn’t seen as a rapper the way A$AP Rocky is (which I think is funny), like people know he’s an artist but watch his invention maker show without ever hearing any of his tracks. I also think the videos of him playing tag in the studio or talking about the things he does to A$AP would give people a different impression of him. He’s hilarious and comes off as a man-child, but his style is harder than most, and he’s a better lyricist than the group he hangs with. To me, at least haha. So I agree with the original comment because to me, the rapping came first and it’s all I knew about him.
I think I was in college when the music video came out where he’s a centaur with longish/short hair and he buries his whole face into $300,000 worth of cocaine 😂 I can’t think of the title of the song, but just that clip right there sealed it for me hahaha especially 10+ years ago. Music videos have always had their “weird” or “creepy” parts, but that video seemed to be on another level of “weird.” So many people were talking about him.
With today’s hip hop/rap, I develop a new appreciation to those who aren’t an exact copy of whatever the hell is going on right now 😂.

DaBul Dabz

I mean this is the Tyler I like. Lowkey his whole phase of just exploring music soundscapes was dope but, I just love when Tyler spit spit. Brings me back to the old days good times.

bx southside

@Audrey changed? lmao. His rap schemes and cadence hasn't changed. The only thing that changed was people perception of him. You would probably know that if you paid more attention to his earlier music. And yes, it does get a little weird when the masses start to suddenly like the same thing all at once.

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Leovardo Lopez

tyler need to produce way more, his production would be a blessing to any artist

Ayman Alrsheed

Ever since The Purge on Oxymoron I have been a believer

George Egan

Tyler is gunna become the pharrel of the next gen

Sajida Khan

Noo

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Mag Jan

Someone said Tyler is this generation's Pharell. Couldn't have said it better. He is really talented and versatile. People need to see his evolution from his earlier works to this day's. He is a completely different artist.

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