SZA - Doves in the Wind (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
[Verse 1: SZA]
Real niggas do not deserve pussy
Meaning it's more, you see right through walls
Ain't talkin' about pussy
Meaning you deserve the whole box of chocolates
Come with me, Forrest Gump had a lot goin' for him
Never without pussy, y'know, Jenny almost gave it all up for him
Never even pushed for the pussy
Where's Forrest now when you need him?
Talk to me, talk to me, hey, ayy, hey
Attention, all you niggas, all you bitches
Sit back and relax your mind, just ride, just ride
Sit back and relax, you'll find just why, just why
Sit back, relax, just ease your mind, just ride
Ride, ride, ride, ride
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[Verse 2: Kendrick Lamar]
Niggas'll lose they mind for it, wine for it, dine for it—pussy
Spend time for it, see no colored line for it—pussy
Double back handicap and go blind for it—pussy
Pussy got endless prisoners, pussy always revengin' her
Pussy is calculating and good pussy is rather dangerous
Pussy can be so facetious, the heavyweight champ
Pussy is so undefeated, let's amen to that
I mean, the pump fakes on the Facebooks
And the screw face when the bae look
Won't get you no pussy
I mean, the fake chains and the code names
For insecure, gon' reassure you not to get pussy
You overcompensate too much for the pussy
You like to throw all kinda shade for the pussy
See, that's what pussy niggas do
I know the ways of a pussy, I see pussy lookin' at you
How many niggas get mistaken for clitoris in a day?
How many sentiments you make before runnin' pussy away?
How many times she gotta tell you that dick is disposable?
But if she fuck a young nigga like me, it's over for you
Solána, middle fingers up, speak your truth
This is the second collaboration between SZA and Kendrick Lamar, following their collaboration on SZA’s debut EP ‘Z’ titled ‘Babylon’. The duo have the sole writing credits, this track titled ‘Doves in the Wind’ is the 3rd track on SZA’s sophomore project, and first mainstream album titled ‘Ctrl’. This duo would later go on to collaborate on ‘All the stars’, proving to be one of the more star studded Rap x RnB duos in modern music. This track incorporates some somewhat explicit language paired with smooth production and intellectual lyricism.