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Nappy Roots

Nappy Roots is an American alternative Southern rap quartet that originated in Bowling Green, Kentucky in 1995, and is best known for their hit singles "Po' Folks", "Awnaw", "Roun' The Globe" and "Good Day". They were the best selling hip hop group of 2002. The group consists of Milledgeville, Georgia native Fish Scales and Kentucky natives Skinny DeVille, B. Stille and Ron Clutch. more »


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 [Skinny DeVille]
 'Lac bone, filled to the gills on a gravel road
 Twenty worth of Colt, 75 to the crossroads
 Yo, I snuck a dollar out my momma purse, headed for that juice joint
 How to roll, X and a O make a heavy load
 Nappy on the track make ya back hit the dance flo'
 (Skinny who?) Sholiz folk, whattcha ask fo'?
 Drivin like a grandma, actin like an asshole
 Ballin on a budget, f*ck ya dubs on the astro

 Uhh, no more Grand Martin get a fifth of Goose
 Look at me dawg, you can tell I'm southern bred
 and a duck with goose, don't need shit with juice
 Wear alotta blue but I love the red

 [B. Stille]
 Somethin all black, think mad 'cause I act like I'm all that
 Tripped over ya jaw, ya ain't think I saw that, huh?
 Tight braid red bean under my straw hat
 [Chorus: Skinny - 2X]
 Whassup, my folks sholiz

 Nappy with the country bump, sholiz
 Peoples in slums just slump, sholiz

 This is what the country want, yep it sholiz
 Fish Scales scuba divin on a remote island
 Me and Skinny D, Big V (?)
 These guys surprise us, depicts us like bubble letters
 Is that a hoochie, and some coochie cutters?
 Hey bitch ya look good
 Really wanna play in the trench but I should
 If ya come sit on this dick I might would
 Hold up hater, I don't want no disrespect

 I don't want shit but next...
 [B. Stille]
 Oops came through spillin my pitcher
 Thought at first Nappy was lame, but I'm willin to bet ya
 Scales in the back feelin the swisher
 Thought you knocked me out the frame, but I'm still in the picture
 We'll sell more next year

 Good God Almighty, look at what we have here
 [Skinny DeVille]
 Old English, malt 50, somethin clear
 We gon' cut the shit talk -- Skinny with the steel
 gonna drop it down, weigh it up and lay it on the scale

 [cutting w/ "Sholiz" repeated]

 Come on, gut out the last of the greens
 [B. Stille]
 Hit the club so fresh and so clean
 Bitches love the cess, I'm smok-ing
 Remove they O-Ring, then soon elop-ing
 Take my last swallow now we spinnin the bottle
 I'ma get me a model - you'd have a better chance winnin the lotto
 Gotta leave the do' open so Skinny can follow
 Twenty dollars, check 'em in the Ramada

 [Skinny DeVille]
 Yep sholiz, takin no shit
 Get the chance again, we dip then blow wig
 We run up in this bitch and get so rich
 Nappy with the sho' shot, yeaga know this

 Aww now everybody ain't rich, they just wanna be flashy
 Tryna big ball like Drama and Jazzy
 Playa you don't understand this B.O.B.
 That's the reason these drinks can't be on me

 [Chorus - 2X]

 [short conversation]

 [Chorus - 4X]

 [cuts until fade

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