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Little Titties + fat Belly

“As Princess Nokia I can project the multi-dimensional aspects of myself that I could not express with the name Wavy Spice. I can venture into any realm of music or character of my choosing without confusion. I’m making worldly music—music that will talk to all kinds of people. Banjee girls in Harlem, teen brides in the Middle East, gay boys in East Asia. Labels no longer matter. My new music is cosmic and three-dimensional, and it will really speak of who Princess Nokia is. Princess Nokia is sound. It is progression. It is all that I am.”

Click Here to watch Destiny, an Orian Barki directed documentary (produced by The FADER) about Princess Nokia’s journey

Bitches Know I’m A Fiend

Hov told me D’evils
Got the best of him then, they get the best of me now
Without a Reasonable Doubt

When nigga’s acting irrational, hard to reason it out
I had to kick down the doors, I had to leave a few out
Door mat

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Can You Pass the Test?

Triple 6 on my coffin, I dance with the devil
Came back with a vengeance, Christ off the hinges
I’m nice with the spit kid, twice as much vicious
Psycho-active, I’m on a mission
Electric KoolAde, Make your decision

HBD HOV

hov

Shawn Carter was born December 4th
Weighing in at 10 pounds, 8 ounces
He was the last of my 4 children
The only one who didn’t give me any pain when I gave birth to him
And that’s how I knew that he was a special child

 

 

I Want Arab & Jew Paper

biGg

I’m inviting you, bring your writing crew and they dopest rhymes
I get up in that ass every time
Lyrically I’m untouchable, uncrushable
Getting mad blunted in the 600
Benz, ask your friends who’s the illest
Licking shots, niggas screaming “Biggie Smalls tried to kill us”

Bitch is you Workin’??!

Call me Mr Combs, and I’m 9 digit strong
Niggas hating on me but it’s not (workin’)
When I was 19, I walked in the house
And I told my momma she could stop (workin’)
When you niggas used to beatbox on the block
Big and D-Rock, they was gettin’ that (work in)
Then I linked up with some niggas from my hood
Who was known for puttin’ that (work in))