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lil Mosey - Blueberry Faygo

[Intro]
Damn, Callan (Damn, Callan)

[Chorus]
One bad bitch and she do what I say so (Yeah)
Two big 40's and a big ass Draco (Boom, boom)
Three more millions when you ask how my day go (Yeah)
Poured up a four, now that's blueberry Faygo (Lean)
One false move and we straight to shootin' shit
Two small bands just to take you out real quick (Bands)
Three more hoes, pull up, I'm fucking shit (Yeah)
That's how it go, big bands, I'm thumbin' shit
Ayy, one bad bitch and she do what I say so (Yeah)
Two big 40's and a big ass Draco (Boom, boom)
Three more millions when you ask how my day go (Yeah)
Poured up a four, now that's blueberry Faygo (Lean)
One false move and we straight to shootin' shit
Two small bands just to take you out real quick (Bands)
Three more hoes, pull up, I'm fucking shit (Yeah)
That's how it go, big bands, I'm thumbin' shit

[Verse 1]
I'm with my niggas, yeah, we some rockstars
And I'm with my nigga, yeah, KK Wokhardt (KK Wokhardt)
This not my dick, lil' bitch, my Glock hard (Lil' bitch)
Straight to the cash (Cash), I'm a trapstar
Straight to the bag (Bag), I'm that nigga, huh?
Got me some gas, rollin' up some
Pfft, pfft, cash, yeah, I got me some
I ain't fucked since yesterday, I'ma fuck somethin'

“Blueberry Faygo” was expected to be the first single from Seattle rapper Lil Mosey in advance of his upcoming project, The Land of Make Believe. It was later added onto Mosey’s debut album, Certified Hitmaker, near the end of February 2020. The song’s title is a reference to a flavor of Faygo, a soft drink company commonly referenced in hip-hop culture in relation to drug use, specifically, the abuse of lean and codeine. While the song was never officially previewed by Mosey, it suffered a partial leak on June 5, 2019. In the months before the song officially released, the leak gained traction thanks to TikTok, and uploads of the leak saw millions of views across multiple platforms. However, the officially-released version of the track featured a new second verse which had only been briefly previewed by the verse’s recording studio. “Blueberry Faygo” debuted at #62 on the Billboard Hot 100 during the chart week ending February 22, 2020. During the chart week ending July 4, 2020, “Blueberry Faygo” peaked at #9, marking Mosey’s first Top 10 hit on the chart. During the week ending July 18, 2020, the song peaked at #8. On May 27, 2020, “Blueberry Faygo” was certified platinum by the RIAA.

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