Kota The Friend is a rap artist who expresses his ideas of personal freedom and empowerment through his lyrics. He speaks of overcoming betrayal, not letting negative energy affect him, and not being afraid to stand up to those who try to bring him down. He also warns against trying to gain fame at the cost of sacrificing one's true self. His powerful words carry a message of strength and resilience.
Yeah, I smile big lately
They talkin' crazy, I don't really give a shit lately
Look at my bank account like how I let that shit faze me?
I got some power if everyone in your crib hate me
My wife cheat, I'm just grateful for that prenuptual
Keep it movin' and leave that bitch in the dust with you
You can have her, I'm over it, on to other news
Imagine n***** stressin' over someone that's another dude's
Laugh it off, what a view
Standin' on a balcony in Paris
Polo draws, Ray-Bans, Nike slides, fashion
Never for the 'Gram, never see me camera-snappin'
I could get a shooter on you if you lookin' for the action
Rap n***** bitter 'cause they ain't gettin' no traction
Post another pic on the 'Gram, f*ck with the caption
Actin' like it's out of your hands, that shit is tragic
Throw some shade at somebody out here makin' it happen
That's the cycle of a hatin' n****
Hungerin' for fame, they ain't hungerin' for real
They don't know a n**** pain
They be tryin' to control, I just let 'em do they thing
I want freedom for us both, bitches hack into my phone
I be tired of this generation
I don't got a sign, I never dabble in divination
Old-school n****, but now I'm no fool, n****
Bitch, you get caught up in some litigation
Trust me, only thing you be victim of is my vindication
Homie, it's a new day
Betrayal never personal, n****, that is a you thing
I love to hear 'em tellin' me, "Kota, I feel like you changed"
Move into the penthouse, crazy how quick the view change
If it don't affect me, it don't affect me
I ain't trippin' 'til you step to me directly
Tryna harm me or my family, I be Hurricane Sandy
I am ready for you motherf*ckers, don't think you hear me
Hand hovers over the button you ever dare me
F*ck me over, only end up f*cking yourself
I got the energy to put your f*ckin' foot in your mouth
And so be careful what you doin' when you looking for clout
And think twice before you bring that stupid shit by my house, you heard?
Who is the author of the song PARIS?
The song PARIS was written by KOTA The Friend.
- Who sings the song PARIS?
The song PARIS is performed by KOTA The Friend.