Kojey Radical - Kwame Nkrumah lyrics

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Kojey Radical - Kwame Nkrumah lyrics

[Kojey Radical] Would you mind if I took a second to vent? Would you respect me as a man if I gave you anything less than me? My delusions of grandeur are far bigger than your a**umptions Far past the comprehension and narcissism I really do feel like I'm the faeces you perceive me to be Lay your thoughts then I step forth with cause, direction This self-esteem A worthy weapon to these obstacles I've grown accustomed What I do not speak into existence will only fall by the wayside [?] [Verse 1] Would it be selfish if I prayed for patience When the only time I do is when my soul feels vacant? Sea blues and the muddy waters Sing my sorrows and the truth Is a poem still a poem if it's self-centered? Find out righteous to center myself See the proof from [?] Preach, please Take a couple nines to the one per cent Oh I must be I was given out with an option Propped up to position by leaning on all my problems Hit a dialogue Know what they paint me as I'm human, don't we share the same species? If I must be the radical don't shoot me for a retweet Sing about me Sing my lows as well as victories Teach my wrong and speak my history Craft just how they remember me A man of action and a fort And of course a couple daisies by my corpse Oh I must be, trust me You agreeing I'm the hero If you don't then it's f** me I don't talk my truth for hugs I don't need you all to love me Just to listen Forgiveness or permission I've been around the kings I've been around the victims I've been around the queens I've been around the riches I've fasted with the m**ms I've prayed with the Christians I've been around the desperate I know why they did it I've lived through the evils I've stood with the people and they look at me And they look at me [Chorus] They look at me(4x) They look at me like a winner now 'Cause I had a dream and I chased it I thought the run made easy but[?] It's really much harder maintaining I pray for peace, pray for patience Hope they can hear my frustrations I wear my fear like a fragrance You would not vulture my cadence I cry the tears of a nation They think they're Tony Montana, I think I'm Kwame Nkrumah I think I'm Kwame Nkrumah You would not give me my freedom I cry the tears of a nation They think they're Tony Montana, I think I'm Kwame Nkrumah [Bridge] Oh damn I'm important I hope I don't lose my endorsements 'Cause they keep on telling me shhhhh And I keep on talking and talking away Let's just hope that they got me Bang this on loud from the coast to Kumasi Bang this on loud from the coast to Bang this on loud [Verse 2] Barely empty like action with no thought(wise) Men don't follow blind men to war(shopping) My attire so you pardon my decor Do you remember the depths from which we start from Young soldier I admire your resilience A young mind should never feel the experience I paved ways to pay dues and diligence While looking at what's mine like a privilege By far the greatest wrongs are inflicted on self The weight of other opinions Now they taken by wealth Weigh the position of my pa**ion I've placed on both shoulders I will speak for the ones who see hope but feel hopeless I was born with the gold embedded deep in my roots Where a couple of the cities pay police not to shoot Your people have seen war but they do not have a clue My people have seen more, where compa**ion has the proof My daddy was a member of the CPP If ignorance is what they teach Then they need not preach The blackened star may shine bright And guide my feet forever forward Through heavy waters like it's not that deep I find the nerve of my peers unsettling Willing to sell evil to their people, to profit off their people I was looking like a prophet to my people But they never asked nothing of my people Simply spoke to my people Now, they look at me, they look at me [Bridge] They look at you and they look at me And they look at us and they look at we And they look at you and they look at me And they look at [Chorus] They look at me like a winner now 'Cause I had a dream and I chased it I thought the run made easy but[?] It's really much harder maintaining I pray for peace, pray for patience Hope they can hear my frustrations I wear my fear like a fragrance You would not vulture my cadence I cry the tears of a nation They think they're Tony Montana, I think I'm Kwame Nkrumah I think I'm Kwame Nkrumah You would not give me my freedom I cry the tears of a nation They think they're Tony Montana, I think I'm Kwame Nkrumah