BJ The Chicago Kid - Man Down Lyrics




Shoulda known I was coming wit it
It’s right here nigga
If you want it you can come and get it
I got it on me (ya)
I got everybody talking about it
I got it on me

[Hook:]
Man down nigga band down
Man down nigga band down
Band down nigga man down
Band down nigga man down

Listen or do what I say
Betta get outta my way
I ain’t got no time to play
Move and get outta my way

Man down nigga man down
Man down nigga man down
Man down nigga man down
Man down nigga man down

[Hook]

You can fuck wit me and my niggas
Pay attention we can show you how to get it
Been nice just a lil nigga yeah I know it been a minute
Still got it don’t forget it

If you want it you can come and get
I got it on me (ya)
I got everybody talking about it
I got it on me
[x2]

[Hook x2]

Staying up till the sunrise
Won’t stop till I get mine
Smoke weed to get my mind right
We gettin’ paper get it jumping in the night time
Sometimes I’m rolling on ex…
Sometimes I wear all of my chains on my neck
Fuck who then ask em what’s next
Straight to a check what the fuck you expect
What the Fuck you expect

If you want it you can come and get
I got it on me (ya)
I got everybody talking about it
I got it on me





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  1. CJ6IX

    I can hear J.Coke in this beat💯🔥

  2. Dana Barrett

    BJ is BAD...bad as in good!! Fiyahhhh!!

  3. Navillus 55

    *THIS MESSAGE IS FOR YOUNG MEN AND TEENAGERS IN CHICAGO:* You may be hoping to become a rich and famous rapper or a well known gang-banger, but the chances of that happening are slim to none, and if you continue the way you're going, you'll more than likely end up dead or in prison. HOW ABOUT LEARNING A TRADE WHERE YOU'LL EARN HIGH WAGES AND ENJOY A GOOD AND A LONG LIFE !!! Would you like to be an Electrician, an Auto Mechanic, a Long-Haul Truck Driver, a Printer, a Carpenter or a Plumber? These skilled jobs are always in demand and they pay top dollar. You can apply to a company or a union that will provide you with an apprenticeship -- you'll be paid for the hours you work and the hours you attend training. You can also enroll in a vocational school to learn the needed skills. Depending on the career you choose, it could take a couple years to become fully licensed, but it will definitely be worth your time and effort.

    IN ORDER TO CONVINCE SOMEONE TO GIVE YOU A GOOD JOB, YOU NEED TO CLEAN UP YOUR ACT !!! Stop using filthy language and keep your pants pulled up to your waist. When you call on employers or unions, wear a clean white or light-colored shirt with a collar and either dark or khaki pants with a belt. Do not wear a baseball cap and make sure your hair is cut and combed neatly. If you wear your hair in dreads, tie them back tightly from your face. You need to smile and speak nicely to the receptionist in the office. WHEN YOU MEET THE BOSS OR THE PERSON IN CHARGE OF HIRING, INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND BE SURE TO SHAKE HANDS. THEN, EXPLAIN TO HIM/HER THAT YOU WANT TO LEARN THAT TRADE AND WHY. PRACTICE WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO SAY AT HOME IN FRONT OF A MIRROR. Explain that you will always work hard and you'll be on time every day -- and when you do get the job, YOU MUST FOLLOW THROUGH ON YOUR WORD. If you don't already have any contacts, you may be turned down many times, BUT DON'T GIVE UP AND DON'T GET ANGRY. KEEP ON MOVING ALONG UNTIL YOU FIND THE RIGHT PERSON AND THE RIGHT PLACE !!!

    YOU ALSO NEED TO CONVINCE EMPLOYERS THAT YOU ARE DEPENDABLE AND THAT YOU REALLY WILL DO YOUR BEST FOR THEM. This means going to bed at a reasonable time at night -- NO HANGING OUT IN THE STREETS UNTIL ALL HOURS -- so you can get up in the morning, eat breakfast, pack your lunch, and be on your way. Going to church on Sunday will give you a good start and an opportunity to meet people who can introduce you to employers. Volunteering at the church will help you become friends with people who can provide you with good personal references which will be very important in your search, and especially if you already have a record.

    *FOR CHICAGO TEENS WHO HAVE DROPPED OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL, CHECK OUT THE LINCOLN'S CHALLENGE ACADEMY WEST OF CHICAGO (A NON-PROFIT) both on-line and on You Tube. This will get you out of the hood so you can earn your GED, find a good job, AND ALL AT NO COST TO YOU....*

    PLEASE DO ALL THE RIGHT THINGS TO GIVE YOURSELF A GOOD START AT YOUR NEW LIFE !!!

  4. Navillus 55

    *HERE IS ANOTHER MESSAGE FOR YOUNG MEN AND TEENAGERS IN CHICAGO:* I've checked out industrial careers that have good growth and high wages. Elevator Installers & Repairers earn an average wage of $73,560.00 per year; Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers earn $59,450.00 per year; Subway Operators earn $59,400.00 per year; Aircraft Mechanics & Technicians earn $54,500.00 per year; Signal & Track Switch Repairers earn $54,210.00 per year; Locomotive Engineers earn $52,940.00 per year; Electricians earn $52,910.00 per year; Plumbers earn $51,830.00 per year; and Brick/Stone Masons earn $50,760.00 per year. You won't be sitting in a jail cell all day -- you'll work forty hours a week -- you'll receive a paid vacation each year and benefits. *PLUS, YOU WON'T END UP IN A GRAVE OR A PENITENTIARY BY THE TIME YOU'RE TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OLD !!! DO THIS FOR YOURSELF SO YOU CAN HAVE A GOOD LIFE….*

  5. thefake rosalisa

    workout track!

  6. EX3CUTIVE ORD3R

    a very underrated artist who should be given way more credit ..... thanks for your sounds CHICAGO KID 🔥🔥🔥✊😎

  7. Lala Williams

    😍😎😌🔥🔥🔥🎶🎼🎧