[Intro: John Legend] Oh, say, can you see? I’m coming to America Yeah, yeah
[Verse 1: John Legend] Come and walk the yellow brick road Feel the rush of platinum and gold In America, in America They tell me it’s the land of the free Opportunity for people like me In America, in America Every man, every woman for yourself Live the dream, feel the fever, I wish you well In America, in America Wave your hands to the beat, all around the world Get to dancing, sing the anthem Oh, to America (Oh)
[Chorus: John Legend & Burna Boy] Oh Saint, can you see? I’m coming to America (Coming to America) Oh Saint, can you see? I’m coming to America (Yeah, yeah)
[Verse 2: Burna Boy] African in a flight, make my own [?] Money no be problem ’cause I’m royal (Royal) Royal (Royal, yeah) Been everywhere [?], mi no need no introduction or permission ‘Cause I’m royal (Royal) I’m royal (Royal, yeah) I, I, I, I, I, just do what I want Just in case somebody else see what I’m on Only [?] on the floor when I walk I wanna see you move to the sound of the drum You better listen [?] dangerous Coming from a place that’s just wild and corrupt I’ma see God soon, every turn to you Now I’m on my way to America
Oh Saint (Yeah-yeah, yeah-yeah), can you see? I’m coming to America (I’m coming to America) Oh Saint, can you see? (Hey, hey, hey) I’m coming to America (Opportunity) Oh Saint, can you see? (Hey, hey, hey) I’m coming to America (I’m coming to America) Oh Saint, can you see? (Oh yeah, yeah) I’m coming to America (Coming to America)
Rapper Phora has returned to share his newest "Set You Free" track, a song penned as an ode to a victim of domestic violence as he attaches a matching clip to the track in its debut. "I wrote this song about a girl I knew who went through something I couldn’t do anything about," Phora revealed in an Instagram post . "I felt powerless, like I wanted to change the situation and free her from what she was going thru.. she was trapped, stuck, lost in a TOXIC situation she didn’t wanna be in.. I know that so many people are going thru the same thing, some even worse, so I wanted to put how I felt in a song to let her and the rest of the world know they deserve better than to be trapped in a toxic situation." Quotable Lyrics I know you come with demons like the rest of us Got all these thoughts inside, just hopin' they don't get the best of us Look, you runnin' to the ones that hurt you most You rather hurt than face this world alone, but
Saturday, the roommate of 21-year old Alexis Crawford was booked and charged with murder after Crawford's body was found a week after she was initially reported missing. Georgia authorities named Jordyn Jones and her boyfriend Barron Brantley, both 21, as suspects in Crawford's murder. Prior to her death, Crawford shared an off-campus apartment with Jones, who was the last person to see her alive. Atlanta police chief Erika Shields addressed the case in a press conference noting a police report that Alexis filed on October 27th against Barron Brantley for alleged sexual assault. "Jordyn had been Alexis' friend and roommate. While a motive has not been clearly established, the department did take a police report from Alexis Crawford on Oct. 27, and this is a few days prior to her being reported missing," Shields said. "In this report, Alexis described unwanted kissing and touching from Barron Brantley [...] The case has come to one of the saddest conclusions
Snoh Aalegra is the latest voice to be added to the Godfather Of Harlem soundtrack. This time around the Swedish-born songstress hops over the Swizz Beatz-crafted backdrop on new select "Wolves Are Out Tonight." The nostalgic production receives a wondrous complement in Snoh's matured vocals as she weaves a tale in tandem with the current storyline playing out on the EPIX drama series. She joins a host of artists that includes A$AP Ferg, Rick Ross, DMX, Buddy, Dave East, & Wale among others. Since the show's premiere, new tracks have arrived in conjunction with new episodes and continue to score the retelling of the story of late mob boss Bumpy Johnson, portrayed by Forest Whitaker. Quotable Lyrics A king has been shot down His crown's been taken Now people are watching Words they speakin'