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We’re Bringing Lyrics Back: Tyga Feat. Adele “Reminded”

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Dear Urban Twisters,

I would like to first apologize for my long hiatus from theurbantwist.com. It’s been awhile since I did an article for “We’re Bringing Back Lyrics” and “The Speaker Box” Columns. But I will be back giving you the raw on Hip-Hop related topics. I hope that you continue to look to this site for all your news and entertainment needs. God Bless and Thank You.

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Well……….NOW THAT WE GOT THAT OUT THE WAY (Steve Harvey Voice)

The first decade of our new century has seen the debut of many artists that have left a major mark on hip-hop as of 2011. 50 Cent took the world by storm with his breakthrough album “Get Rich or Die Tryin”; Kanye West entered our souls and bad sides with his numerous contributions of guaranteed hits. Now with a new wave of artist reaching for stardom and legendary status, it has become very hard to distinguish who is copying who? Who is trying to bring back auto-tune? Or who are just sticking to the regular get-rich-quick scheme of a nice hook, outlandish lyrics of possessions and activities yet to be proven, rented clothing and jewelry, mad (paid) beautiful women in their videos, and their countless predictions of album sales.

The likes of Big Sean, YC, Meek Mill, Wiz Khalifa, Cyphi da Prynce, Odd Future, and Travis Porter are quickly making their presence known in the game. But since the beginning of the year, the flagship record label and squad most dominant with continuous chart-toppers as of late has been Lil’ Wayne’s Young Money.

Lil’ Tunechi has proven to have the ear and the good business tactics of his mentor and father figure, Birdman. Other than the usual suspects that call the YMCMB home, Tyga has been that one hit away treasure brewing amongst his peers. With many notable features under his belt, the youngster has the lyrical chops that hugely rival his swagged-out appearance.

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Here is “Reminded” feat. Adele. A nostalgic and emotions-of-yesterday inducing song, where the guitars blended with a steady head-bopping cadence of drums that will do your neck aches justice. Adele’s voice can only be described as simply irresistible. Check the lyrics….

She said if you love me let me know
If you don’t then let me go

Tyga
The memories soon fade, why couldn’t they be erased
You hoping it’s just a phase, your heart’ll heal within days
Some people think it’s wrong, being single isn’t right
But you hurt the right person you’ll be wrong all your life
Inevitable to let you go, separate the sexual
Feelings when I’m close to you, f-cking til’ the sky is blue
Morning time, home fries, cooking with your t-shirt on
Panties, bra, damn I eat you good when you take it off
Ha, damn I’m nasty, I mean you make me nasty
Going the extra mile flying just to make me happy
Did it all, too much wasn’t enough
Now it’s gone but sometimes I sit and hope

Adele
I hoped you’d see my face and that you’d be reminded
I hate to turn out up out of the blue uninvited
But I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I hoped you’d see my face and that you’d be reminded
I hate to turn out up out of the blue uninvited
But I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it

Tyga – Verse 2
Whatever ever happened to love and being happy
Infatuated with lust, I loved you and now I’m backwards
Time is of the essence, I broke it, took it for granted
Love is like art, heartbroken on the canvas
Painted the perfect picture, you seemed to never get it
Colors prevail and you turn into a f-cking monster
Schizophrenic, nicknames Bonnie and Clyde
Now doctors calling us Mr. and Mrs. Hyde
How do you manage but still do you
Can’t compromise, we all equal opportunists
It’s when I’m level headed they aiming to take my head off
Birds flock together, tell bitches I’m throwing bread off
Cold, women, fall in love getting splintered?
Strictly plutonic, only thing she want is dinner
I can’t fuck with her, get her some tonic, gin, liquor
She might let me lick her, now she miss me sayin

Adele
I hoped you’d see my face and that you’d be reminded
I hate to turn out up out of the blue uninvited
But I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I hoped you’d see my face and that you’d be reminded
I hate to turn out up out of the blue uninvited
But I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it

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Tyga – Verse 3
Angels in the a.m., sin on my flesh
Girls in the p.m., excuses PMS
They all wanna love em, call em Ms. Next
Spirit of a hustler, I only chase checks
Go home
I ain’t tryna do you wrong
I’d rather be alone
Just sittin on the throne

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H. Sylver
Born and raised on the island streets of New Providence, Bahamas; H. Sylver grew up in a Haitian household that nurtured his love for music and theatrical performances, spoken word poetry, and writing. This passion gained him a spot on Island/Def Jam's Street Team, where he became an ambassador for hip hop, promoting artists like Jay-Z, Kanye West, Jeezy, Nas, Rick Ross, and many more. He has great insight and analysis of the current music scene, providing written reports on trending news, and original think pieces. He currently resides in Baltimore Maryland with his family, and is currently writing his first novel.

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