Progression (Resolutions, Part II)

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Kadesh Flow

Kadesh Flow is a musical artist known for his unique fusion of hip-hop and nerd culture. He combines his love for anime, video games, and other geeky interests with catchy beats and intelligent lyrics. Kadesh Flow is recognized for his high-energy performances and his ability to engage with diverse audiences. more »


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When I was 26 my company's CEO
Told me I shouldn't focus on improving the things I know
Are weaknesses
He just said
To maximize my strengths instead
Took those words to heart and one year later I heeded them

Left to do just what he told me
7 months later I've got half an ounce of boldness
Improving slowly
As I address these bad habits
Kill them like Lavitz
When they attack me with passion
I'm Hooded man with reactions

I'm only trying to jab back and
Throw a right hook for the market
I was feigning my safety when I set foot in the office
Phone calls and gray carpets
Rolling chairs and 5 coffees
Hoped the data I charted
Would help me hit all my targets

I loved that job and I dug how it paid
But between the office and all the show time I played
I spent well over a year working 20 hour days
Totally worth it but i started making dumb mistakes

I ain't got time to be going broke to chase a dream
I'd rather stay awake and be living what I see
Thinking about my right to vote
And the stakes with this regime
Cause lately on my feed
People taken with the tweets
Makes me hit the congress site to scope
They day's new bills and deeds

Seems like it's always something that they're sneaking through
We never notice. We think tweets and memes are evening news
Can't pay attention cause we're way too busy feeding feuds

Keyboard generation we really need a clue
Airing all your business and your issues so that we can view
Lighting up on line so that the peeps can get a Pikachu
Catch all the drama algorithms let them feed to you

Ashes to ashes now the day has passed ya
Any chance of productivity rendered disastrous
Said this was your year but now you're looking for a backup
Clickbait on your feed producing laughter
Guess that's what matters

I just want to be
Better on this day than I was on the last
Consistent. Don't want to touch the sky just to crash
I was wasting too much time it left my heart in chains
If I'm to grow of course it's up to me to start the change

You can't threaten a bite when your bark is tame
So many people I know who could be sparking flames
It seems my peers are more dedicated to calling names
These rap communities are all the same

Quote unquote real emcees who wear their hearts on their sleeves
But not really sleeves
Cause thoughts all get imparted with keys
Talk to OGs
And ask them what the difference is
Between you and success
When drive and keyboard passion are not equivalent

Spats over nothing get in feuds and threaten violence
Folks who making moves simply view the threads in silence
Told y'all 5 years ago to take less salt
Your blood pressure' might drop if the keyboard halts

Put that time into your grind and you might see some results
Instead of lurking awkwardly in pics with peeps you exalt
Beef and you talk
But I look and don't see any walk
Grind some more and maybe give turn ups on weekends a halt

Talking hard like nothing can mess with you
Toxic masculinity
Got you threatening
Imaginary enemies
When you're more sensitive
Than a recently kicked pair testicles

Instead of letting pride get the best of you
Why don't you set your eyes on what's next for you
Give your best so I can give my best with you
Succeed so I can celebrate your success with you

I understand it seems impossible and stresses you
Every leap I take freaks me out and has me fretting too
Understand that these are things everyone doesn't get to do
There is so much work that I must yet pursue

I am just...whomever I believe I am
It sounds cliche until you say it
'Til you internalize it and then affect behavior
Suddenly everything you touch you're expecting greatness

Now when I think to make excuses I reject my fakeness
I grew up playing pool. I'll call my shots before I take them
In '14, said I'd live a life of constant elevation
Told everyone close to me I would stop for no occasion

My generation
Takes in lots of motivation
"Rise and grind", "It's my time", hot and potent sayings
I'm guilty of being stagnant while I would post the same things
But I refuse to believe that I'm not supposed to make it

Too many people who inspired me lost the spark
Got ahead of themselves til they were taking shots in the dark
Failed resolutions just ripped them apart
I took note. I was awe struck and wished for their art

They were full speed ahead, took a few hits and they parked
Engine fully functional, just a few dents in the car
You never expect them to do this when they start
Progress at a goal til that first failure strips them of heart
Gym is packed in January, but who's lifting in March

Look I'm sick of hearing your resolutions
Won't you get it moving

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