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Beyoncé featuring Jay Z & Kanye West – Drunk In Love (Remix) (Audio)

February 18th, 2014 | By TY

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[Intro:Annotate Danyèl Waro]
Kinm in kalot oté Mandela
Twé la pa mèt dan la gèl banna
Twé la pèt amwin

[Intro: Beyonce]
We be all night

[Verse 1: Kanye West]
Woo! You will never need another lover
Woo! Cause you a milf and I’m a motherfucker
Told you give the drummer some, now the drummer cummin’
I’m pa rum pa pum pumin’ all on your stomach
Yeah, tonight I see some super freaky hoes
That could go from bein’ stripper to a super C.E.O
I don’t know the way you do it, but you do it to me though
And you always told your girlfriends you need you a TV show
Now you got your own money, you don’t need nobody else
But far as handlin’ all that ass, I think you gon’ need some help
Let me remind you, you got a, you got a great future behind you
You gotta tell me what we tryna do
I ain’t no pastor, don’t do missionary
I know good pussy when I see it, I’m a visionary
I know them haters talkin’, always had us very wary
Yup! On the 35th of Nevuary
Yup! You love the way I’m turnt
After all the money you earned, still show daddy what you learned
That cowgirl, you reverse that cowgirl
You reverse, you reverse, and I impregnated your mouth, girl, ooooh
That’s when I knew you could be my spouse, girl
We fuckin’ all over the house, girl, we just messed up a brand new couch, girl
You ain’t on site then you on Skype
I put you on that bike, you bound, girl
We too wild, won’t turn down
We drunk in love, fuck them

[Verse 2: Beyonce]
I’ve been drinking, I’ve been drinking
I get filthy when that liquor get into me
I’ve been thinking, I’ve been thinking
Why can’t I keep my fingers off it, baby? I want you, na-na
Why can’t I keep my fingers off you, baby? I want you, na-na
Cigars on ice, cigars on ice
Feeling like an animal with these cameras all in my grill
Flashing lights, flashing lights
You got me faded, faded-faded, baby, I want you, na-na
Can’t keep your eyes off my fatty, daddy, I want you, na-na
Drunk in love, I want you

We woke up in the kitchen saying
“How the hell did this shit happen?” Oh baby, drunk in love
We be all night, last thing I remember is our
Beautiful bodies grinding up in that club, drunk in love

We be all night, love, love
We be all night, love, love

[Verse 3: Beyonce]
We be all night, and everything all right
No complaints from my body, so fluorescent under these lights
Boy, I’m drinking, park it in my lot, 7-11
I’m rubbing on it, rub-rubbing, if you scared, call that reverend
Boy, I’m drinking, get my brain right, Armand de Brignac, gangster wife
Louis sheets, he sweat it out like washrags, he wear it up
Boy, I’m drinking, I’m singing on the mic to my boy’s toys
Then I fill the tub up halfway then ride it with my surfboard
Surfboard, surfboard
Graining on that wood, graining, graining on that wood
I’m swerving on that, swerving, swerving on that
Big body Benz serving all this, swerve, surfing all in this good-good

[Bridge + Hook]

[Verse 4: Jay Z]
Hold up, that D’ussé is the shit if I do say so myself
If I do say so myself, if I do say so myself
Hold up, stumble all in the house, time to back up all that mouth
That you had all in the car, talking ’bout you the baddest bitch thus far
Talking ’bout you be repping that Third, I wanna see all that shit that I heard
Know I sling Clint Eastwood, hope you can handle this curve, uh
Foreplay in a foyer, fucked up my Warhol
Slid the panties right to the side, ain’t got the time to take drawers off
On sight, catch a charge I might
Beat the box up like Mike in ’97 I bite
I’m Ike Turner, turn up, baby, no, I don’t play
Now eat the cake, Anna Mae said, “Eat the cake, Anna Mae!”
I’m nice, for y’all to reach these heights
You gon’ need G3, 4, 5, 6 flights
Sleep tight, we sex again in the morning
Your breasteses is my breakfast, we going in, we be all night


I’m never tired, never tired
I been sippin’, that’s the only thing
That’s keeping me on fire, we on fire
Didn’t mean to spill that liquor all on my attire
I’ve been drinking, watermelon
I want your body right here, daddy, I want you, right now
Can’t keep your eyes off my fatty, daddy, I want you


Raz Simone – Don’t Shine (Music Video)

January 15th, 2014 | By TY
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Produced by: Rex Kudo/Idan & Raz Simone
All Vocals & Lyrics by: Raz Simone
Directed by: Raz Simone & Jon Holman
Shot & edited by: Jon Holman
Animation by: Joe Garber

Checkout this Fashion/Music Blog:

December 9th, 2013 | By TY

The Junqui Blog

Shoutout to which is a cool fashion/music blog for you to check out. The Junqui was kind enough to feature our clothing on their blog so we had to return the love!

The Junqui

The blogger’s name is Quiana so Junkie+Quiana= JUNQUI. The inspiration behind the word JunQui is the word Junkie which means ‘someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction’…I am a junkie for creativity!

RIP Paul Walker

December 7th, 2013 | By TY

Here are a few videos that show the funny side of Paul Walker. RIP

Michael Marshall – Do You Miss Me feat. Rappin’ 4-Tay (Official Video)

October 3rd, 2013 | By TY
Off the upcoming album “Simply Meezy” (Coming Soon)
Directed By: TY THA ARTIST for Official Multimedia
Camera Operator/Grip: Jurf

Music video by Michael Marshall performing Do You Miss Me. (C) 2013 Jakil Records

Pharrell vs McDonalds (Comedy)

September 5th, 2013 | By TY

On a connecting flight home from Malaysia, we stopped in Paris. At 6am, Pharrell tries anything to get McDonald’s to open up early. Maybe a little song and dance might do the trick. or maybe not…

Robin Thicke – Give It 2 U (Music Video)

August 27th, 2013 | By TY

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Music video by Robin Thicke performing Give It 2 U (Explicit). (C) 2013 Star Trak, LLC

Five Steez – Slaving on the Plantation (Music Video)

July 29th, 2013 | By TY

Up-and-coming independent Hip Hop artist, Five Steez, has released the much-anticipated music video for his song, ‘Slaving on the Plantation’ – a fan favorite from his 2012 debut album, ‘War for Peace’.

The music video, directed by The Board, shows the drudgery experienced by the average worker. Five Steez – in character as an employee – is seen waking in the morning and making his way to his office to work with a demanding boss.

Five Steez says that the song, produced by Inztinkz, is based mostly on his personal experiences. “I never realized how much it meant to people until I first performed it in 2010 long before the release of the album, and since then, I’ve always done it,” he says. “It transcends all barriers, including age and genre.”

Far from being the typical single, ‘Slaving on the Plantation’ is one of the standout album cuts on the Five Steez debut. “People have always requested a music video for this song and I’m excited to finally present it,” he says. “I hope they enjoy it, and I hope that it resonates with them just as much as the song does.”

Five Steez is a leader in Kingston, Jamaica’s emerging underground Hip Hop movement. Since its August 2012 release, his debut album, ‘War for Peace’, has received excellent reviews.

‘War for Peace’ is available at, iTunes, Amazon and other online outlets.

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