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You Better Know

by Geri D' Fyniz

Released 05/28/2018
D' Fyniz Enterprises
Released 05/28/2018
D' Fyniz Enterprises
Imagine the late great Khalid Muhammad dropping a Hip Hop single about ending Systematic White Supremacy.
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    You Better Know

    (Verse)

    Funny how you act so tough

    When the person look like you

    Wanna knock a nigga out

    Just for stepping on your shoes

    If you heard that they were yapping

    You ready to peel a cap

    But in the face of real danger

    Acting blind, deaf, and mute

    Ridiculous and sickening

    We still need some solutions

    What we're doing isn't working

    Duplicating it is useless

    People stuck up in the past

    Need to get back to the future

    Cause they only press record

    When Race Soldiers come abusing Y

    ou think that we outnumbered

    From believing all they lies

    You trained to hate yourself

    Because you're looking through they eyes

    You really think your drink

    Is gone be colder with they ice

    You're delusional

    You think just cause they smiling...They nice

    Look I'm saying this with love

    I'm not tryna beat you down

    But most people will not learn

    Till they laying on the ground

    It's a sad thing to say

    Too many comfortable slaves

    Living in the USA

    Even in this day and age

     

    (Hook)

    Stop all that mean mugging

    Hating on ya self..On ya self

    We gotta present and a future to protect

    You Better Know (Who Is The Threat) x4

    You Better Know...

    Stop all that backstabbing

    Snitchin on ya kin...On Ya Kin

    We at war and you killing off ya men

    You Better Know (Who Is The Threat) x4

    You Better Know...

     

    (Verse)

    These racists are emboldened

    And displaying all they hate

    Cause they got the green light

    From the head of the USA

    They're in survival mode

    While you steadying playing games

    This is Chess not Checkers

    And they tryna Check Mate

    So they go for easy targets

    Attacking people that's harmless

    Then try to justify it

    Using bullshit jargon

    It's so alarming

    And we done being victims

    Cause we will shoot back

    Shout out to Robert Williams

    Shout out Khalid Muhammad

    And the Deacons for Defense

    And every single protector That's Armed and African

    Don't want no trouble

    But ain't scared to end it

    I want all Black folks Using the 2nd Amendment

    We gotta be relentless

    Protecting women and children

    From all type of terror

    Whether domestic or foreign

    Much love to AL And the Armed Black Movement

    It's a natural born right

    So don't make me have to use it

     

    (Hook)

     

    (Verse)

    You gotta lead yourself

    Can't expect nobody else

    To find it up in they heart

    To treat you with some respect

    Cause that's one of the reasons

    They foot is still on our neck

    We got the power to be free

    We just ain't using it yet

    We gotta recognize deception

    And how it is their business

    When they hit us with deflections

    They only cause division

    They will have us up in arms

    Steady fighting colorism

    While locking all shades of black people

    Up in fucking prison

    I'm only speaking truth

    I don't care if your believe it

    I'm talking to the real ones

    I don't care who fucking sleeping

    We gotta realize that

    Some people won't make it

    That time is here

    So let's go ahead for liberation

    It's unity that they hating

    So let's get on code

    Don't have to ask them for shit

    I'm ready so let's go

    And for all white people

    That wanna "HELP" black folks

    Just tell us who the racist people are

    That's even if you know them

    (Hook) 2x

NOTES
Geri D' Fyniz called on the spirit of revolution from his ancestors. With his record he didn't beat around the bush nor sugar his agenda in the music industry or life. This record is the anthem to ending Systematic White Supremacy. It offers just enough 808 boom and snare drum pop to command your attention. The lyrics then keep your attention by urging you to recognize and eliminate any threat against your survival and the survival …
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