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Shabzi Madallion – Distance (Freestyle)

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Download Mp3, Video, Lyrics & Instrumental For Shabzi Madallion Distance Freestyle.

South African Artz, ShabZi Madallion makes another classical sound and samples the instrumental of Drake‘s “Weston Road Flows” but he goes beyond to make this one a hot tune for his fans.

There is one thing apparent about Madallion which is mainly the fact that he builds a bond to the core value; always going with the reality of the truth over popularity as well as he chose culture over acceptance. We all know that True characters are fastly going extinct in this century.

Shabzi takes it deeper to highlight real facts and malaise plaguing our society today, which includes domestic violence, R-ape, women abuse, friendships, relationships, loyalty, and many more.

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“Distance By Shabzi Madallion” is exactly a clear confirmation of his craft and heart; a talent that may have originated decades or centuries ago. A wonder piece you can't afford to miss and should be playing your favorite list.

He again, allow this tune reach his fans, and as the people’s super champion and you’ve got to appreciate the fella’s mindset.

You just cannot let this miss you, the lessons of wisdom perhaps we might all just make this space a better place.

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Shabzi Madallion Distance Freestyle, then share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.

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Now Here is More About Drake Weston Road Flows Mp3

“Weston Road Flows” is actually a flashback to Drake’s past life. And as a child, He grew up on the street of Weston Road in Toronto. The area which Weston runs from (Keele Street and St. Clair Avenue up to York Region) is well known for being a poor neighborhood with little cash, before moving to Forest Hill using acting money to give support to his mother, who was ill and unable to work.

Drake samples a classic Mary J. Blige hit, “Mary’s Joint.” If you know Drake then you could remember to know the OVO Sound chief has a love for ‘90s R&B, so it should never come as no surprise that Drizzy rehashed a record from Mary J. Blige’s classic 1994 album My Life.

This isn’t the first time Drake and the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul hooked up. In 2009, Aubrey guested on Mary’s “The One” from her Stronger With Each Tear LP, and then the next year they performed “Fancy” together at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.

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One of them ones
Right
Weston Road Flows, I did this shit for my nigga Renny
Back when we couldn't buy pizza 'cause we were down to pennies
Feel like we go back a century, runnin' to store for Century's
And bring 'em back to your brother man we had to respect it
He was wavy doin' mixtapes out of your basement
He let us hit the weed on occasion for entertainment
Then he would leave us at the house and go out on a mission
We probably would've got in less trouble just goin' with him
Feel like I never say much but man there's a lot to know
Feel like the difference between us really startin' to show
I'm lookin' at they first week numbers like "what are those"
I mean you boys not even coming close
I gave niggas like you a reason for celebration
You number one and I'm Eddie Murphy we tradin' places
Lookin' in the mirror I'm closer than I really appear
Creepin' like Chilli without the tender love and care
No tender love and care and no love and affection
I got a price on my head but there's a risk to collect it
I might be here as a vessel to teach people a lesson
Feel like they wanted me dead but couldn't pull it together
Yeah, but here we are and it's a new semester
40 the only one that know how I deal with depression
A couple nights where it started to feel like the feelings faded
A lot of problems that can't be fixed with a conversation
Your best day is my worst day, I get green like Earth Day
You treat me like I'm born yesterday, you forgot my birthday
You don't be scorin' perfect, you don't be workin' like how we be workin'
You platinium like wrappers on Hershey's boy that shit is worthless
You get the message over and over like it was urgent
And then act like you ain't heard it when you see me in person
The only thing I did to end up here was put the work in
And did it with a purpose
Used to have secret handshakes to confirm my friendships
Nowadays they just shakin' my hand to hide the tension
A lot of people just hit me up when my name is mentioned
Shout out to KD we relate we get the same attention
It's rainin' money, Oklahoma City Thunder
The most successful rapper 35 and under
I'm assumin' everybody's 35 and under
That's when I plan to retire, man it's already funded
Yeah, I brought your wifey out to St Maarten
She violated, I sent her back where it all started
How quick they are to forget about they bachelor apartment
Leave it to niggas like you to show em' light in the darkness
Told my momma that I found a lady in the east
Cancun when I got signed, they upgraded the suite
Don Julio in the freezer that they gave us for free
I get you all you can eat, just have some patience with me
You wouldn't tell me you loved me, started seein' Monique
Last time I heard from Monique, T-Minus was makin' beats
I used to hit the corner store to get Tahiti Treat
Now the talk at the corner store is I'm TBE
The best ever, don't ever question, you know better
But shit ain't always how it seems when it's sowed together
Yeah, I let that last line breathe, it take a second to get it
Weston Road flows, my confidence level gettin' settled
Don't get hyped for the moment then start to back peddle
Don't let your new found fame fool you or cloud up your judgement
To talk loosely, I really do this
Been flowin' stupid since Vince Carter was on some through the legs, arm in the hoop shit
Drinkin' Hpnotiq with Glenn Lewis I been through it
Y'all was so afraid to lay claim to it
Too busy face screwin' on waste movements
You was ridin' TTC metro, I had the place boomin'
First take Drake, you know I rarely have to take two it
And they still take to it
Big Apple had the white Hummer parked right in front of Fluid
And we be walkin' in that bitch like we already knew it
But 'money can't buy happiness', Jelly talkin' truthful
But I'm happiest when I can buy what I want
Get high when I want
Yeah, that's right
Yeah
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