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G. Rap and my nigga G-Dep
'Bout to do it Gorilla style, you heard
It's a Igloo-Bad Boy collabo thing you know?
Y'all niggaz ain't ready for itComing Rambo style nigga
Two guns up
Y'all niggaz better duck down or get your cap lifted off
That's how we doing it for the new millennium, you heard?Regardless of the wait, I'm gonna stay straight ghetto
Everybody high, don't nobody say hello
Even when the sun shining it ain't yellow
Get out of the borough if you know it ain't thoroughNiggas play ball, AWOL, on the furlow
Still came down on the furl and pumped hero
Red and gray Max's keep as clean as Ajax
Ghettos sling cracks while you niggas pay taxNow how ghetto is this?
You can catch me in your hallway taking a piss
One hand on my dick, one hand on a spliff
Burnt lips from the roach clip, yellow tipsIf we ain't closed, it I get ferocious
Blow this whole shit and leave me in them roaches
In your car motion I cause commotion
And I probably need some lotion but I don't get fuckedI am a ghetto nigga, you can tell in a talk
On the corner selling the snort
It's hell in New York
Won't stop for a minute cops telling you walkFake guards telling you pork
Settle for shorts, running from court
Newports, criminal thoughts
On the blocks bodies a court nobody supportsWhat's a ghetto nigga? Thorough niggas that get cake
Five boroughs of niggaz do his [unverified] a [unverified] flip weight
Change garments to trick jake, yo dis jake
I want it, yo I got warrants in six statesStay calm in a stolen whip with switched plates
Snitches hate, I never leave a print to trace
Only evidence I leave is hickies on chicks' face
On the corner with the crooked niggas, but yo shit's straightWe start war to leave with these seven revolvers
Shell case never touch the floor, sneaky ain't slick enough y'all
I'm man enough to put on a dress
Creep up like grand-mama and bust y'allGet close enough to part your vest and tux off
Who would have thought the lady with the car crush y'all
Too smart to get caught, but I got fam up north
So if they put me in cuffs and court, fuck y'allI am a ghetto nigga, you can tell in a talk
On the corner selling the snort
It's hell in New York
Won't stop for a minute cops telling you walkFake guards telling you pork
Settle for shorts, running from court
Newports, criminal thoughts
On the blocks bodies a court nobody supportsCock back the hammer, slow and pop that cantaloupe
For the venom in my python spit, it ain't no antidote
Jackpot from crack blocks, I was a man of dope
Snapshots'll get your camera brokeYour hoes used to plan a gross with the hands toast
Close and stand opposed
Rubber bands of C-notes, grams of the coke
Razor blade tuck the side the line, the banter of the cokeWatching niggas die with my hand on they throat
Sinkin' river banks and wash up on land when they float
Choking on your own words, should've watched the grammar you spoke
One last final approach, make your whole family ghostBust bottles of cham and we toast, to your photo stamped in the post
Sex gland cut off jammed in your throat, man are you gross
Bitch hanging from a lamppost, we shoot from up close
Blow cannons the most, catch an overdose
Nigga, we own the coast
[Unverified]I am a ghetto nigga, you can tell in a talk
On the corner selling the snort
It's hell in New York
Won't stop for a minute cops telling you walkFake guards telling you pork
Settle for shorts, running from court
Newports, criminal thoughts
On the blocks bodies a court nobody supportsI am
I am ml

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G. Dep is an acronym for Ghetto Dependant (born Trevell Michael Coleman) (born on September 12, 1978 in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA) nicknamed 'The Deputy' joined Bad Boy Entertainment in 1999 after Black Rob recommended him to P. Diddy who listened to his demo and decided to put him on a couple of tracks on Black Rob’s album: ‘Life Story’. Impressed by G. Dep’s unique style P. Diddy immediately signed him to the Bad Boy label and he made a couple of appearances on Puff Daddy’s ‘Forever’ and Biggies ‘Born Again’. His debut album ‘Child of the Ghetto’ introduced G. Dep to the world in which he rapped about his street life in Harlem. The lead single ‘Special Delivery’ produced by Ez Elpee gave him the credibility he deserved. This was successfully remixed for a single off the album ‘We invented the remix’ which again made the charts.

Despite his successful dance floor single ‘Let’s Get It’ (where all three where credited as "Three the Hard Way") which introduced the Harlem Shake, he failed to make huge sales on the label and his album remains one of the most bootlegged albums to date. His contribution the family is shown on ‘The Saga Continues...’ rapping on some of the best tracks on the album including ‘Child of the Ghetto’ which shows his raw street ability and also his successful collaborations with the family. After a brief hiatus in which his future was uncertain G. Dep came back released a mixtape called 'The Deputy: The sheriff is back in town’. He didn't lose his touch and it led to Black Rob bringing him back to Bad Boy Entertainment and he is expected to take part in his group Alumuni.

G. Dep's life before Bad Boy, although not garnering as much notice outside of the NYC hip-hop community, is considered by many to be far superior from a quality of work perspective. His early mixtapes and bootlegs made him an underground hip-hop legend in the mid-to-late 90's. On Gang Starr's fourth album, Hard to Earn, an in-booklet shout-out is given to leading underground MC's, namely the Wu-Tang Clan and G. Dep. Again, Guru and DJ Premier showed their respect for Dep by featuring him on their next two major releases. In 1997 G. Dep appeared under the name G-Depp on DJ Premier's New York Reality Check 101, on track 5, Head Over Wheels. The next year, Dep found himself rapping alongside Guru and Shiggy-Sha on Gang Starr's unsurpased hip-hop masterpiece Moment of Truth; track 17, The Mall. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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