Throw Dem Gunz
Lil Ugly Mane Lyrics


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Yeah motherfucker, Lil Ugly Mane in this bitch
Comin' at ya with that real
Let me put it down on all these hoes, ya heard me?
Sewers to the slums where I'm from
Yeah I'm gettin' dumb
Yeah I'm feelin' numb when that herb fill up in my lungs
My swagger actin' foul, blackin' out
Roofie up my absinthe in the club, before I stagger out
Live or die, I'd rather take the latter route
Take the latter route
Rope around my neck and kick the ladder out
There's no need to drag it out
28 grams, gotta bag 'em out
Standin' in the rain feelin' bad about
The mommas losin' jobs over the rocks
That I be passin' out in vast amounts
As fast as I can trash an ounce
The first to come, the last to bounce
Countin' pen just put the block into a frenzy
The Glock is my appendage
I will pop you out the Bentley
Never catch a player actin' friendly
Talkin' to the devil like he sent me
If you got big guns throw 'em up
Break that ho, split that dutch
Stick 'em up, bitch, stick 'em up
Got some skrilla let 'em know
Stack yo money, sniff that blow
Tell me how that pussy hittin' bitch
You know I keeps it low
Still on that real, ya heard me?




Lil Ugly Mane, 2012, ya heard me?
Fuck all ya hoes, bitch!

Overall Meaning

In Lil Ugly Mane's song Throw Dem Gunz, the lyrics describe a life of drugs and violence in the ghetto. The opening lines establish Lil Ugly Mane's presence as he comes in strong with realness. The song takes place in the sewers and slums where Lil Ugly Mane is getting dumb and feeling numb from smoking weed. He blackens out from his swagger acting foul and drinking roofied absinthe in the club. He is not afraid of death and would rather take his chances with it than the alternatives. As he stands in the rain feeling bad about the mommas losing jobs over the rocks that he is passing out in vast amounts, he is also counting pennies to put the block into a frenzy. His Glock is his appendage as he pops out of the Bentley with his big guns and splits dutch. He is unapologetic and rough, talking to the devil like he was sent by him.


The song highlights the harsh realities of life in the ghetto, where drugs and violence are rampant. The lyrics are raw and explicit, providing a glimpse into the lives of those who live in poverty. The imagery used is powerful, painting vivid pictures of the streets and the people who inhabit them. Lil Ugly Mane's delivery is aggressive, matching the tone of the song and the subject matter.


Line by Line Meaning

Yeah motherfucker, Lil Ugly Mane in this bitch
Lil Ugly Mane is introducing himself with strong language.


Comin' at ya with that real
Lil Ugly Mane is presenting genuine content.


Let me put it down on all these hoes, ya heard me?
Lil Ugly Mane is vocalizing his intention to speak to and impress all his listeners.


Sewers to the slums where I'm from
Lil Ugly Mane is stating that he is from an impoverished and rough area.


Yeah I'm gettin' dumb
Lil Ugly Mane is feeling inebriated or foolish.


Yeah I'm feelin' numb when that herb fill up in my lungs
Lil Ugly Mane is describing his physical and emotional state when smoking marijuana.


My swagger actin' foul, blackin' out
Lil Ugly Mane is suggesting that his presentation of himself is inappropriate and he is losing consciousness.


Roofie up my absinthe in the club, before I stagger out
Lil Ugly Mane admits to spiking his drink with a date rape drug and leaving the establishment in a drunken state.


Live or die, I'd rather take the latter route
Lil Ugly Mane is making a reference to committing suicide.


Take the latter route
He further emphasizes his preference to commit suicide.


Rope around my neck and kick the ladder out
Lil Ugly Mane describes how he will commit suicide.


There's no need to drag it out
Lil Ugly Mane is saying that there is no point in prolonging his life in misery.


28 grams, gotta bag 'em out
Lil Ugly Mane mentions the quantity of drugs that he has to divide into smaller bags for sale.


Standin' in the rain feelin' bad about
Lil Ugly Mane expresses guilt and remorse while being in inclement weather.


The mommas losin' jobs over the rocks
Lil Ugly Mane is admitting that mothers lost their jobs due to their addiction to the drugs he sells.


That I be passin' out in vast amounts
Lil Ugly Mane admits to selling drugs in huge quantities.


As fast as I can trash an ounce
Lil Ugly Mane is referring to how quickly he can sell an ounce of drugs.


The first to come, the last to bounce
Lil Ugly Mane describes how he always shows up first and leaves last.


Countin' pen just put the block into a frenzy
Lil Ugly Mane is admitting that people in his area get excited when he counts his money.


The Glock is my appendage
Lil Ugly Mane strongly identifies with his firearm.


I will pop you out the Bentley
Lil Ugly Mane states that he would shoot someone in their luxury car.


Never catch a player actin' friendly
Lil Ugly Mane never shows kindness or mercy.


Talkin' to the devil like he sent me
Lil Ugly Mane believes that Satan has a hand in his success.


If you got big guns throw 'em up
Lil Ugly Mane is encouraging those with large firearms to show them off.


Break that ho, split that dutch
Lil Ugly Mane is suggesting to have sex with a woman and smoke marijuana.


Stick 'em up, bitch, stick 'em up
Lil Ugly Mane's commanding someone to put their hands up.


Got some skrilla let 'em know
Lil Ugly Mane instructs someone to show off their money.


Stack yo money, sniff that blow
Lil Ugly Mane tells people to save their money but use their drugs.


Tell me how that pussy hittin' bitch
Lil Ugly Mane is asking someone how their sexual experience is.


You know I keeps it low
Lil Ugly Mane values his privacy.


Still on that real, ya heard me?
Lil Ugly Mane is continually presenting authentic content.


Lil Ugly Mane, 2012, ya heard me?
Lil Ugly Mane states his name and the year when the song was produced.


Fuck all ya hoes, bitch!
Lil Ugly Mane expresses disdain to all his female listeners.




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Comments from YouTube:

@Vintagestylewins

I like the concept behind this video . He is holding a gun to protect himself from this cold society .

@ravon1982

I like you're mind Renne to)

@SouthLouisiana4eva

i love your point of view on it,i had thought it more as hes a man on a mission,a more doesnt give a fuck people can see....the long walk to solve a long problem...but your view kinda makes more sense...

@yodam4802

To add on, the fact that the man never turns around makes the video impersonal. Maybe he's protecting himself from the cold world, but he's also cold because that's the only way to get by. 

@EthanSmith-el3vj

Renne Perle interesting idea beautiful

@jagmeetparmar273

"Had the heat because I was going through a cold phase" - Freddie Gibbs

Rather relevant haha

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@tofu7397

Nice to see a white rapper who isn't fruity as hell.

@sneakerholes8098

damn remember when i heard this song in 2012 that was 30 years ago now, how time flies

@QuestionEverything412

30 years?

@Cokk9ine

@@QuestionEverything412 oh shit you can barely see it

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