Lil Durk - 300 Urus lyrics

[Lil Durk - 300 Urus lyrics]

Tee, his first time out of jail
He ain't give me a hug, he hugged the block
(Wheezy outta here)
I can be in any city, I ask 'em
"Where I find a mosque?"
Gotta watch out what I say on here
They'll do me like my pops do him dirty
Crazy I never want them to
Do me like the opps
See, my brother ain't gotta look
Me, if he on feet, he shoot in Crocs
See, them niggas I used to love say
They gon' do me like I'm Pac
Tell 'em Flavor Flav around his neck
That boy live with a clock
Whole district on him on a high speed
He still ain't throw the Glock
Wе in war, so if you high speed with a gun
You gettin' cold
Brodie dead, you sayin' his namе still
You ain't did shit for a show


I don't even tell his ass to be careful
He don't even slide even to get caught
Pulled up, his ass was froze
That mini micro made assault
How you gon' play with me?
I got money, nigga, your lil' ass gotta walk
How you gon' play with me with your
Lame ass? Your bitch-ass gettin' caught
Murderman, we call him, "Murk
" we don't call him nothin'
'cause he gettin' watched (Go)
Niggas thought we got into it with
Drench, but I told Drench
"Send the song tonight"
Niggas dead wrong tryna meet with me
In a hotel with a mice
You ain't chase nothin' down in years
(I know)
He ain't even send you money for years
(I know) i'm from the Lam'
We might just jump out a Urus (I know)
Say he a killer, I start coverin' my ears
(I know)
He made a channel tryna buy some veneers
(I know)
It's a reason niggas ain't here with me
These niggas ain't here with me
Bro gon' shoot, he get that clearance
I don't think they hearin' me
See, that cousin shit be scarin' me
That shit gon' bury me
They be fuckin' with the opps, huh? 'Cause
I ain't they brother
They be tryna hit the O up
And tell 'em fuck us
Still be smokin' on the Dro
Just before the summer
These grown gangsters
They be mad 'cause they can't have my number
(Go)
I told him, "No" when he asked for money
He thought that shit was funny
I went on the 4 and I told
Mikey Lord to talk to Varney
We can pay for surgery
But them other niggas can't get sturdy
Knew your ass was a bitch
When you seen't the opps
Said you couldn't get dirty
Hope you pray for all them niggas 'cause
They ain't no killers no more
They be beggin' 'round the city 'cause
I ain't give 'em no money i still answer
But they know I'm still
Not givin' 'em nothin'
He just offered me protection
Start to tickle my stomach
She told me, "Take a Cialis
" she tryna get shit goin'
Heard he went to dialysis, man
His head started growin'
He a killer from that side, bro
I bet I'm gon' know him
He a killer from that side
I bet brodie don't know him
She gave me top inside a Maybach
I ain't close the curtain
And I was in front of the Trump
She got drunk off the room service
She told me she scared of her ex, I told her
"I wish he would hurt you"
He be on my block, his ass ain't shit
His ass a 'Wood roller
You a gangster 'round her
But you ain't gangster 'round me
You a gangster 'round cuz
You ain't gangster 'round C
If they call you "Backdoor, " man
You get from 'round me you ain't my Blooda
Then you can't listen to Tee Grizzley and me
Shoot the club up, I can't shoot the club up
You just seen what they just did to Shiesty
You got me fucked up
I don't care 'bout camera phones
Forever got my gun up
Rather get you before you get me
You got me fucked up
I just drove it manual in the G
Wagon and got it fucked up
Fuckin' the transmission up
I'm touchin' on that damn clutch
Ayy, bro, bring me Smurk 'Woods
I really don't want no damn Dutch
I feel like a bitch
I told a snitch I'd rather pay him up
Draco in your bookbag, my Draco in my pants
Tucked
I ain't even gon' cap, that barrel dirty
It fuck your pants up
Click it to the right, it go, rrah
Fuck ya mans up if a goofy come around
Lil Boona'll put his hands up
Bitch, I'm from 300
I'm the first one with a Lamb' truck
Every time we fall out with them niggas
They hit the 'Gram up
Migo gave me a feature with no money
He gave them grams up
You can't even cut nothin' less
He got his hands full, nigga

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About the song Lil Durk - 300 Urus

Reflecting on reactions, reviews, and opinions, we discern an immersive narrative revealing the emotional depth, raw authenticity, and creative audacity of Lil Durk. In the face of fluctuating opinions, the majority consensus settles on the brilliance of the album.

Firstly, the undeniable talent and work ethic of Lil Durk shines through every beat. Fans continually express their awe at the rapper's ability to continuously evolve and deliver fresh content. The admiration towards Durk's constant surprise element is palpable, with comments such as "Every time I think I've heard his best, he shows me different fire." This statement encapsulates the rapper's journey, revealing his ceaseless quest for innovation and improvement.

Secondly, the lyrics are subject to ample dissection and discussion among listeners. Themes of family, struggle, growth, and resilience resonate deeply with the audience. The poignant reference to the family dog's loss portrays a raw reality, mirroring Durk's own struggles. It's a brutal reminder of the real-world issues intertwined with his music, further deepening the connection with his audience.

Additionally, fans perceive a certain degree of controversy, speculating about potential disses towards Varney and 6ix9ine. Durk's fearless commentary is seen as proof of his audacity to address sensitive topics, highlighting the unfiltered nature of his craft.

However, there's a palpable sense of disappointment regarding the absence of Von, a regular collaborator, from recent albums. Despite this, unreleased tracks featuring Von and Durk are noted as potential hits, indicating fans' hunger for this dynamic duo.

Still, Durk's progression remains a recurring motif, with his audience noting his musical maturity over the years. However, not everyone concurs, with one comment arguing that the album pales in comparison to the classic "7220". Despite this critique, others rave about standout tracks, contemplating which to declare their favorite. The general enthusiasm signifies an overall acceptance and admiration of "300 Urus".

Further controversy arises from the album cover, which has been called 'weird'. But this hasn't thwarted the general admiration for Durk's artistic evolution and tenacity. There is speculation about potential disses towards Yella, adding a layer of intrigue to the narrative woven through the tracks.

Lastly, the album leaves fans with an enduring curiosity, inciting discussions about its potential impact. Observations like "Watch him shake the world again and wake up everyone who is sleeping on him" perfectly encapsulate this anticipation.
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