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Danny Brown - Really Doe

[Verse 1: Danny Brown]
You niggas don’t even know
All that talk then no show
Cannot tell me nothin'
Show me somethin' I ain't seen before
That hoe want my piccolo
Smoking on that mistletoe
Make her kiss all on it
While we chop chop on them 24s
She look like a centerfold
Mouth all on my genitals
Suckin' on it like she gettin' vitamins and minerals
I be on the chemicals, she be on my testicles
Poke her with my tentacle then put her out my schedules
Rolling up them vegetables
Rapping with that special flow
Only way you're next to blow if you be strapped with C4
I be fresh from head to toe, every day a fashion show
Used to tote that Calico and serve like John McEnroe
Now I sell out all my shows
Used to sell out all my blow
That was back when we was coppin' dubs to try and roll up 4
Now a nigga livin' good
I done made it out the hood
Think I'm goin' back?
I wish a motherfucker would

“Really Doe” is an uptempo posse cut featuring Danny Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and Earl Sweatshirt, produced by Black Milk. Danny revealed that Kendrick heard the unfinished song and wrote the hook and a verse, prompting Danny to finish the song: “I didn’t do it, Kendrick did it. The song was in the studio and it was just an unfinished song. I was trying to figure out what I was gonna do with it—he just went to the studio and took it! Then it came back and he had a hook on it, a bridge, a 24, and then I reached out to Earl and Ab, you know what I’m saying, and we threw their verses on there. It’s really his song!“ The song originally premiered at a Danny Brown concert on September 18, 2016 before being aired on Hot 97 just days later. “When I was making XXX, my top three rappers—the three guys that I was like, “Damn, I think they might rap better than me”—were Ab-Soul, Kendrick, and Earl. The guys I looked at as competition are now my friends. We’re like the Four Horsemen. It’s always good to have that posse cut on a rap album, more so than just having features all over it. I wanted to have that one classic posse cut.“ - Danny Brown via Entertainment Weekly Black Milk works mostly with Detroit rappers, but he’s had some pretty notable songs, including collaborations with Danny Brown and Kendrick Lamar—two of the rappers on “Really Doe.”

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