My rights, my wrongs, I write ‘til I’m right with God.
Build your own pyramids, write your own hieroglyphs.
Every time I write these words they become a taboo,
Making sure my punctuation curve, every letter here's true,
Living my life in the margin, and that metaphor was proof.
I be off the slave ships, building pyramids, writing my own hieroglyphs
Poetic justice, poetic justice.. if I told you that a flower bloom in a dark room would you trust it. I mean I write poems in these songs.
I probably spent more time listening to albums than writing songs. But I think that gave me all the tricks in terms of wordplay, from how I pronounced my words to the actual delivery.
I started doing music when I was thirteen; I actually started writing my first rhymes.
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