Various
K.D.A.P. Lyrics


Jump to: Overall Meaning ↴  Line by Line Meaning ↴

Hey what's up? You've reached the mailbox of Victor. I'm not in right now but you can leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I listen to it. Thank you.

And then I looked you up and I found you on Facebook and I was like, this person is awesome. He makes amazing music and I became, like, obsessive about your notes Because your writing is pretty awesome and I respect that in so many ways and I'm so awed by it and people don't understand that I've printed out some of your wallposts And like some of your tweets like they're

I say what's good
I say what's good
The Preface
I came from the bottom
Nah for real, the bottom
So much so a little progress makes the hood think I forgot 'em
They see you on the scene and instantly think you changed
Bus conductors look at you strange when you ask for change
Like
Ain't you that guy from that song claiming King
Like where's your wrist, where's your bling
You hollad money ain't a thing
If you don't buy him bottles you couldn't do a bigger wrong
Same dudes ask for a link to download a nigga's song
So where's the money coming from
We're both tryna get it
You tryna get it for free when you get it from me
What you ain't getting to see
Is you're killing the art
I mean just look at all the whack songs that fill up the charts
I say what's up

A person that's not afraid to be himself
Hey yo wagwan, its Musquash Musie D
There is so much I would love to say about my friend K.R.Y.T.I.C
Yo shout out to my man K.R.Y.T.I.C, the whole two and one set, so good
All round entertainer
Out of this world
T.I.C's the best man
And I'm so proud of everything he has achieved in the past few years
Yo Tic-Tic, what's good? It's your boy Coin-Coin
Love you Ticka-Boo

I got something
First rapper out my city in the Hype Mag
That was way before brand endorsements and hashtags
Skipped so many lectures for the mic game
Had to keep a cold heart, level head and ice veins
And to anyone that sat down and tried to doubt him
I was touring the country 'fore my first album
I show with Professor 'for my first vid
Funny how my mother's friends called me her worst kid
What's up

Shout out to my hommie K.R.Y.T.I.C, I know that, umm, we go back like way back
What up man? It's your boy Peezy, ummm, I think K.R.Y.T.I.C is the most intelligent rapper around
K.R.Y.T.I.C is the dopest, the illest
The man who never let Daddy Zemus down
It's your boy Ish1 RnB and Soul artist
Hey this is DJ Naida all the way from Zimbabwe
Kopala all the way

Look
I tailor swift, no Kanye
Nah I mean I put together the fabrics of music to make a bomb play
Since the world took my dad away
I kept it moving you can hardly name a weekend that I ever sat a day
Lazy kid but really it stops
I been rapping since my father called our TV the idiot box
Since my mother called the industry the root of all evil
This is best before forever and I did it for the people
What's up

I once thought to myself why rap in a country where nobody actually does real hip hop
K.R.Y.T.I.C nimbama
I listened to this guy one time and I just went...wow
I wanna sent a shout out to my boy K.R.Y.T.I.C, Zambian hip hop




You inspired me to rap. K.R.Y.T.I.C to me is in one word, brilliant
Daisy here, all the way in South Africa. Just wanted to say K.R.Y.T.I.C is, was and always will be ahead of his time

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of K.D.A.P.'s song "Various" showcase a mix of personal messages, reflections on success and struggles within the music industry, as well as heartfelt shoutouts from friends and fellow artists. The opening voicemail from Victor sets the tone of the song as a journey through various thoughts, emotions, and connections. The singer expresses admiration for someone they've found on Facebook, emphasizing how their music and writing have deeply resonated with them. They express a sense of awe and respect for this individual's talent, showing their dedication by printing out their posts and tweets.


Moving into the next section, the lyrics delve into themes of authenticity and staying true to oneself despite external pressures. The artist reflects on their humble beginnings and the challenges they face as they try to progress in their career. They address the misconceptions people have about fame and wealth, highlighting the struggles of being an artist in a society that often values superficial success. The lyrics touch on the importance of supporting genuine artistry and condemning the commercialization of music that dominates the charts.


The song continues with shoutouts from various individuals who express their admiration and support for K.R.Y.T.I.C, highlighting his talent and impact on the music scene. These messages serve as a reminder of the artist's influence and the connections he has made throughout his career. The mention of his achievements and the evolution of his artistry over the years reflects a sense of pride and recognition from his peers and fans.


The final verses of the song delve into the artist's personal journey and the dedication they have put into their craft. The lyrics touch on themes of loss, perseverance, and legacy, highlighting the artist's commitment to their music despite the challenges they have faced. There is a contemplative tone as the artist reflects on their past and the reasons behind their dedication to creating meaningful music. The shoutouts from fans and fellow artists further emphasize the impact of K.R.Y.T.I.C's work, showcasing the lasting impression he has had on those who have been inspired by his talent and dedication.


Line by Line Meaning

Hey what's up? You've reached the mailbox of Victor. I'm not in right now but you can leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I listen to it. Thank you.
Hello, you've reached Victor's voicemail. I'm currently unavailable, but please leave a message and I'll respond once I hear it. Thank you.


And then I looked you up and I found you on Facebook and I was like, this person is awesome. He makes amazing music and I became, like, obsessive about your notes Because your writing is pretty awesome and I respect that in so many ways and I'm so awed by it and people don't understand that I've printed out some of your wallposts And like some of your tweets like they're
Upon discovering you on Facebook, I was captivated by your talent and music. Your writing is exceptional, and I deeply admire and appreciate it. I even saved some of your posts and tweets because they inspire me.


I say what's good I say what's good The Preface
I greet with a casual 'what's good' as an opening statement before delving into 'The Preface'.


I came from the bottom Nah for real, the bottom So much so a little progress makes the hood think I forgot 'em They see you on the scene and instantly think you changed Bus conductors look at you strange when you ask for change Like Ain't you that guy from that song claiming King Like where's your wrist, where's your bling You hollad money ain't a thing If you don't buy him bottles you couldn't do a bigger wrong Same dudes ask for a link to download a nigga's song So where's the money coming from We're both tryna get it You tryna get it for free when you get it from me What you ain't getting to see Is you're killing the art I mean just look at all the whack songs that fill up the charts I say what's up
Coming from a challenging background, the perception of change can cause misunderstandings. People question your progression and authenticity, not realizing the struggle. Recognizing that effort and creativity are essential, not just monetary gain, to avoid devaluing the artistry.


A person that's not afraid to be himself Hey yo wagwan, its Musquash Musie D There is so much I would love to say about my friend K.R.Y.T.I.C Yo shout out to my man K.R.Y.T.I.C, the whole two and one set, so good All round entertainer Out of this world T.I.C's the best man And I'm so proud of everything he has achieved in the past few years Yo Tic-Tic, what's good? It's your boy Coin-Coin Love you Ticka-Boo
An individual embracing authenticity, expressing admiration for K.R.Y.T.I.C, highlighting his talent and achievements. Showering praises and respect for an entertainer who has excelled over the years.


I got something First rapper out my city in the Hype Mag That was way before brand endorsements and hashtags Skipped so many lectures for the mic game Had to keep a cold heart, level head and ice veins And to anyone that sat down and tried to doubt him I was touring the country 'fore my first album I show with Professor 'for my first vid Funny how my mother's friends called me her worst kid What's up
Being the first rapper from their city to grace a prominent magazine, overcoming doubts and sacrifices for the music. Reflecting on past achievements and showcasing determination to succeed in the industry.


Shout out to my hommie K.R.Y.T.I.C, I know that, umm, we go back like way back What up man? It's your boy Peezy, ummm, I think K.R.Y.T.I.C is the most intelligent rapper around K.R.Y.T.I.C is the dopest, the illest The man who never let Daddy Zemus down It's your boy Ish1 RnB and Soul artist Hey this is DJ Naida all the way from Zimbabwe Kopala all the way
Giving recognition to the longstanding friendship with K.R.Y.T.I.C, appreciating his intellect and talent. A shout-out from various artists and supporters, acknowledging the influence and impact he has had on the music scene.


Look I tailor swift, no Kanye Nah I mean I put together the fabrics of music to make a bomb play Since the world took my dad away I kept it moving you can hardly name a weekend that I ever sat a day Lazy kid but really it stops I been rapping since my father called our TV the idiot box Since my mother called the industry the root of all evil This is best before forever and I did it for the people What's up
Crafting music intricately like a tailor, merging different elements to create a powerful composition. Overcoming personal losses and challenges to pursue a creative path, dedicating efforts to resonate with others through art.


I once thought to myself why rap in a country where nobody actually does real hip hop K.R.Y.T.I.C nimbama I listened to this guy one time and I just went...wow I wanna sent a shout out to my boy K.R.Y.T.I.C, Zambian hip hop You inspired me to rap. K.R.Y.T.I.C to me is in one word, brilliant Daisy here, all the way in South Africa. Just wanted to say K.R.Y.T.I.C is, was and always will be ahead of his time
Acknowledging the rarity of real hip-hop in the country and crediting K.R.Y.T.I.C for inspiring creativity in the genre. Praise for his brilliance and innovation, recognizing a forward-thinker in the music industry.




Lyrics © O/B/O DistroKid
Written by: Victor Muligisa

Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind
To comment on or correct specific content, highlight it

Genre not found
Artist not found
Album not found
Song not found
Comments from YouTube:

downtalker

Amazing

Gilles-Ivan frankignoul

La Vérité est Belle !

Der Mond

The video reminds me of what I find on bitchute

Lisa Patterson

Miigwech Merci Gracias

Georgina Medina

Uoooi oitoou

Evoasus

Wacky.

More Versions