Oh god, here we go again. Rappers using ghost writers. Couldn’t understand a single line. Classic Migos right there:

“Everything is shaka, everything is baka”? Tell me Migos didn’t write that line. That or Waka Flocka Flame. It’s just a shame another famous person’s child is being forced into the music biz. Oh well, still better than anything Willow or Jaden Smith ever made. Apparently the ‘verse’ in on Jay-Z’s new album 4:44, which was actually released a little while ago but it was only on Tidal so it’s slowly leaking to the normal web as people rip it. Jay, ever the businessman, or a business man, the courts haven’t decided, heard his daughter’s goo goo ga ga and I assume decided to bring in one of the interchangeable mumble rappers for the reference track.

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