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Born to Roll" is a single by Masta Ace Incorporated. Released initially as a standalone single in 1994, "Born To Roll" is the West Coast remake of "Jeep Ass Niguh" (the hit single from their 1993 debut album SlaughtaHouse) with the all the same lyrics intact, now musically modified to pay homage to the West Coast sound (which was extremely popular by this time) and the lowrider scene, keeping with the theme of cars and loud, booming music
Crush" Lyrics: VERSE 1 I can't focus on what needs to get done, I'm on notice hoping that you don't run you think I'm tepid but I'm misdiagnosed, cause I'm a stalker I seen all of your posts and I'm just trying to play it cool now but that's not what I want to do. now and I'm not trying to be with you now (you now). but I could be your crush like throw you for a rush like hoping you'd text me so i could tell you I been thinking bout your touch like touch touch touch touch touch I could be your crush crush crush crush crush I got a fascination with your presentation making me feel like you're on my island you're my. permanent vacation touch touch touch touch touch I could be your crush crush crush crush crush.
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A remix of Jeep Ass Niguh flipping the bassline from Original Concept’s Knowledge Me. From the Bass Era of hip hop where people would put huge speakers in the trunks so that they could boom down the block. They would often compete with each other by seeing who could get their system loud enough to drown out the other person’s music. Born to Roll is featured in several mixes in the video game DJ Hero™. Born to Roll" Track Info. Written By Masta Ace. Label Delicious Vinyl.
The album features most of the moment's major bands (minus Nirvana), as well as forebears like Paul Westerberg and Jimi Hendrix and alterna-fellow travelers Smashing Pumpkins, with highlights including two righteous Pearl Jam songs, a rabid Soundgarden screamer ("Birth Ritual"), a cavernous banger from Alice In Chains ("Would?") and a barnburning. In the big scene, the Cold Crush Brothers have a rap battle with the Fantastic Freaks on the basketball court. None of the songs were hits, but it's an essential old-school document. When it comes to rock & roll myth-making at the movies, you can't get any purpler than this. The plot is your standard melodrama about a struggling musician with girl troubles, except this guy happens to be Prince, right at the moment when he's on a historic creative streak.
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Crush, crush, crush Crush, crush (Two, three, four!) Nothing compares to a quiet evening alone Just the one, two, I was just counting on That never happens, I guess I'm dreaming again Let's be more than this. If you want to play it like a game Well, come on, come on, let's play 'Cause I'd rather waste my life pretending Than have to forget you for one whole minute. They taped over your mouth Scribbled out the truth with their lies Your little spies They taped over your mouth Scribbled out the truth with their lies Your little spies . Rock and roll, baby, don't you know That we're all alone now? I need something to sing about Rock and roll, honey, don't you know, baby We're all alone now? I need something to sing about Rock and roll, hey, don't you know, baby We're all alone now? Give me something to sing about.
- DJ Mix – DJ Cube, DJ Smoov-B
NotesReleased in Digipak.
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