Uh, huh, Oh! Yeah, Yeah, Uh! Uh! Yeah, Uh Uh!

They call me G-H-E-T-T-O

Black star power, like B-E-T shows

I'm usually pullin up in the G-T slow

Flashing my ring finger with the E-T glow

I'm that nucca, act rucka

Certified plat nucca

Semi-auto, gat bucca

Take that fucka

Lay flat sucka

I'm the Negro, amigo

Get every bay from Tampa to Montigo

They say I got the lifestyle, and the E glow

I'm in the blow range, no matter where he go

I'm that homie

Gat on me

I'm the kid not that phony

Anybody that know me

Knows im here to get that money! Yeah!

[Missy Elliott]

Heeyyyy! Now get that money, keep them rims spicheeeeyyy!

24 shoes on my Hummer, and they fitting tiiigghhtt!

Fabolous and Missy, Sickalicious righhhhtttt.

If you a hater make my gun go (Fabolous: Blocka, blocka, blocka, blow!)


They call me F-A-B, O-L-O

U-S, you just lay down slow! (Nigga)

Know this before this, trey pound blow (Uh-Huh)

Spit game, get dames to lay down low (Ohh!)

I'm da poppy cholo, the cops say the tops on the drops is to low

I shop till I drop, when I'm coppin new clothes

Bop in the hop, but don't stop to use hoes

I'm that new dude, that include

Making sure silencers in the gat is screwed

With an it don't even matter mood

And a "Fuck you, pay me" attitude

I'm that young boy, that slung boy

That'll have em saying, where you get that from boy

I'm still leaving niggas, at one choice

So run when you hear, that gun noise! (Blat!)

[Missy Elliott]

You say you rich, then come and talk that shit to me

(Blacka, blacka, blacka, blacka)

Buy your DVD's and TV's, but I like shoes on my Jeep

(Blacka, blacka, blacka, blacka)

24-inch wheels, and a good gold grill in the front

(Blacka, blacka, blacka, blacka)

Gotta closet made for big clothes

Gotta do more then treat me to lunch





John David Jackson (born November 18, 1977 in Brooklyn, New York), better known by his stage name Fabolous, is a Grammy award nominated American rapper, actor and designer signed to Def Jam Records. He released his debut album, Ghetto Fabolous in 2001 and has since released 2003's Street Dreams, 2004's Real Talk and 2007's From Nothin' To Somethin', all of which have collectively sold over four million copies in the United States. His fourth studio album, Loso's Way, was released in July of 2009 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. ... Read More