My Highlife Topical Are You, My Love!
My Highlife Topical are you, my love!
My Highlife Topical are you, of course!
With me you are bound for glory, you know.
With me you go beyond the boring, for sure.
You take me to your home, show your pussy warm.
You are not shy, you bend down and freely become
the wonders of tomorrow that come in no time
to stay in the timeless of your climax cry.
My Highlife Topical are we, oh Lord!
My Highlife Topical are we, of course!
With us we are bound for glory, you know.
With us it‘s never boring, for sure.
The tide is leaving the beach for a great, new start.
Waves of Love World sweet the circuit of our hearts.
Together we can see the invisible end.
Cities no more on fire. It‘s written in the sand.
We have it all in the palms of our hands,
The new album by 6lack, East Atlanta Love Letter, enters the Sum'n to Say discussion colosseum. We dig into the heart of his sophomore offering, praise the inventive drive-in movie listening party, and consider what the East Atlanta Love Letter can possibly do next.
Production by Michael Saba: www.youtube.com/user/akhorahilis
Intro music by Slimm Leary
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Em hits Kells where it hurts, clowning everything from his career to his fashion sense, to his attempts at starting beef with Bay Area rapper G-Eazy. Did Eminem take out MGK with this one? Press play and find out which artist is walking away from this beef as the victor.
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