Project Pat and Young Dolph Team Up on ‘Stay Down’ [LISTEN]
Pat rhymes first after Dolph sets the tone with the hook.
"I sit down on my money bank / Being broke ain't funny, man / Sucker chasing b----- not the bread, you's a dummy, man / Chopper to the stomach, man / That sack you can run it, man / Hustlin' in the rain, so my days will be sunny, man," he spits, over the Zaytoven produced-track.
Afterwards, Dolph rhymes and raises the level of the tough-talk even more.
"Never gave a f--- about a n---- or a b---- / Never gave a f--- about nothing but getting rich / Never will I cross my dawg out for a dollar / Jumped out the Chevelle and hopped in the drop-top Impala / Put that pistol in his face, let's see how loud he holla / You loving these b-----, I just love my gwala," he raps.
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