L.E.P Bogus Boys have new music for their fans’ listening pleasure. The group, which consists of Count and Moonie, has always been very introspective of their ghetto surroundings in lyrics.
The poetry the two spit in the single “Buck 50” is no different.
The most notable lyrics in this are as follows:
“Diamond in the rough, yeah it’s set in stone/Throwing rocks at the pen like it’s set in stone/What your life, shit, what you mean nigga/I’m right here in the field throwing flee flickers/But these niggas catching bodies/throw away the pistols and get at you sloppy/Nigga get your issue and an extra copy/But ain’t shit Gucci nigga, ask Versace/Now it’s a certain way that we do things/You flossing all them carrots, now you in the food chain.”
The latter line in the abovementioned verse essentially states more money, more problems. One who flashes all of their material possessions will get eaten alive in a world of have-nots.
Count and Moonie are inching closer to the release date of their forthcoming mixtape project “Don’t Feed The Killaz. The project had an initial release date of Aug. 8, but ultimately was pushed back.
But Chi Town’s own rap duo Count and Moonie assured fans “Don’t Feed The Killaz 4” will be dropping soon. The project will have a slew of the industry’s highly touted MCs, including, T.I, Future, ASAP Rocky, Mac Miller and Young Jeezy, to name a few.
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