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[Lyrics] Sinach – Matchless Love

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“Matchless Love” Lyrics

You went to Calvary
You died and rose again, all for me
You said, “It is finished”, ohhhh ooh ohh
Now I sing, now I sing

You went to Calvary, gave Your very best
You died and rose again, all for me
You said, “It is finished”, ohhhh ooh ohh
Now I sing, now I sing
Sing it with me one more time, You went to Calvary
You went to Calvary, gave Your very best
You died and rose again, all for me
You said, “It is finished”, ohhhh ooh ohh
Now I sing, now I sing
Sing it one more time, every… You went
You went to Calvary, gave Your very best
You died and rose again, all for me
You said, “It is finished”, ohhhh ooh ohh
Now I sing, now I sing

Oh what a matchless…
Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious sacrifice
I am grateful for Your body
Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You
Oh what a matchless…
Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious sacrifice
I am grateful for Your body
Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You
Come on lift your voice everybody

You went to Calvary, gave Your very best
You died and rose again, all for me
You said, “It is finished”, ohhhh ooh ohh
Now I sing, now I sing
You went to Calvary…
You went to Calvary, gave Your very best
You died and rose again, all for me
You said, “It is finished”, (oh ohh) ohhhh ooh ohh
Now I sing, (now I sing) now I sing

Oh what a… Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious… Oh what a glorious sacrifice
I am grateful… I am grateful for Your body
Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You… Jesus, I love You
Oh what a… Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious… Oh what a glorious sacrifice
I am grateful… I am grateful for Your body
Grateful for the blood… Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You… Jesus, I love You

Oh what a matchless… Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious… Oh what a glorious sacrifice
And I am… I am grateful for Your body
Grateful… Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You… Jesus, I love You
Lift your voice, one more time
Oh what a… Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious… Oh what a glorious sacrifice
I am grateful for Your… I am grateful for Your body
Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You
We bless Your name, Jesus

Sing with me
Oh what a matchless… Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a… Oh what a glorious sacrifice
How many of you are grateful? Come on
I am grateful for Your body
Grateful for the blood
Jesus, I love You… Jesus, I love You
Oh what a… Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what… Oh what a glorious sacrifice
Lift up your hands to Him
I am grateful… I am grateful for Your body
Grateful… Grateful for the blood
Jesus… Jesus, I love You

Oh what a matchless love displayed
Oh what a glorious sacrifice
And I am… I am grateful for Your body
Lift up your hands, sing I’m grateful for the blood
Grateful for the blood
Jesus… Jesus, I love You
We love You, Jesus

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Lyrics: Naira Marley – “Opotoyi” (Marlians!)

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Lyrics: Naira Marley – “Opotoyi” (Marlians!)

[Intro]

Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians

Gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese

Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians

MD, MD, MD, MD yi bad oh

[Verse 1]

Won ni e’n wa Lyta, Lyta wa ni YBNL,

Won ni e’n wa lamba, lamba wa lowo NM (Naira Marley)

Won le’n wa’di, Souti lo ni idi Mehn!,

Ewo idi, won travel lo shey idi yen

[Chorus]

Ashey opotoyi, (ashey opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Opotoyi, (Opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Ashey opotoyi, (ashey opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Opotoyi, (Opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

[Verse 2]

Awon omo soak away, won ni ki n suck am well,

If I go the club, mo ma take away

O fe ka mi o, mo ya look away,

Omo ase, o lon duro de giveaway

Gbese na, ab’oti ni injury,

Jijo mi o, give me five minutes like indomie,

O n wo mi o, o da n pe o fe do mi o

Ba n mu igan mi o, omo ase, ba n mu gbo mi o

Aboki wire o ni gan mo na,

Inshallahu, o ma ri owo na

Pound Sterling lo’n fin sanwo mi,

Dollar Dollar lo’n fin sanwo mi

Ko s’ogun aiku, iku lo gara ju,

Werey to s’ogun aiku fun gan, to ba ku bawo lo se fe gba refund

Kilofemu, o ni kin fun oun ni coke, Cokeka!,

Mo or dealer mi, oun sniff, emi gbegbo s’enu, Ganja!

O fe gbenu s’enu, baby girl can you gbenu is Tobi, Go down

O fe gbenu s’enu, baby girl can you gbenu is Tobi

Aya kinkini, bi obo Tiger,

Sexy girl, je kin gbori si e laya,

Papa e bi ti sugar, mo ti fe da, obo yen dun bi sugar

Da kin to da, o ni kin je kin oun mo kin to da,

La nkan to fe la, je kan mo pe aiye la bola

[Chorus]

Ashey opotoyi, (ashey opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Opotoyi, (Opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Ashey opotoyi, (ashey opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Opotoyi, (Opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

[Verse 3]

E’she to gbe’yan shubu, o fe dide o tun shubu,

To’ju ti wu, Oloun mama je a so’ribu

O lo gba soldier leti, o so pe oun o momo,

Ni gba ti soldier o wo uniform, won kin gbe ejo soldier lo si court

Yebariba, samboribo,

Won momi, ni Mushin l’eko,

Won mo mi l’Ojora l’oja Oyinbo

Ere ki’laja b’ekun shey,

Ki’na tun ni Marley shey

I’m from Peckham by the way,

Bad energy please stay far away

[Chorus]

Ashey opotoyi, (ashey opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Opotoyi, (Opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Ashey opotoyi, (ashey opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

Opotoyi, (Opotoyi)

Aso le fi bo, (aso le fi bo)

[Outro]

Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians

Gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese, gbese

Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians, Marlians

MD, MD, MD, MD yi bad oh (x2)

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(Lyrics) Future – Never Stop

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“Never Stop” Lyrics – Future

I will never stop, never stop
Keep goin’, keep goin’
Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah

I make Yeezy Boost moves in my Reeboks
It ain’t gon’ never stop
Tryna run a billion up until my ankle pop, yeah
You’ll get rich and have problems that you never thought
It bring tears knowin’ we came up out the sandbox
(Bringin’ tears to my eyes)
Made it out the trenches, it got harder for my niggas
I just wanna see my dawgs ball, seven figures
I done got rich and it cursed me
Ever since I got successful, they envy
Tryna shake the devil, on promethazine
Tryna show you love but you don’t feel me
Gave up on me so you turned your back
I can see the demons ’cause a nigga been blessed
I can tell you worried, but a nigga been in debt
I can’t get caught up inside the matter
I should’ve did better, but it’s chatter
I ran up my money off the gravel
Love is just a word, it don’t matter to me
I got so rich, nothing matters to me
I’m livin’ my second life, it’s so amazin’
I done been hit with a bullet, it wouldn’t graze me
I done been considered a fake, it don’t faze me
I done came up out the ghetto, my crib gated
Same niggas played with the devil, these niggas hatin’
All these bitches fuck with no rubbers, this shit brazy
Icy-ed out the Hublot, these niggas lookin’ fugazi (Yeah)
Money stack tall past the ceilin’, I can’t be jaded
I done came from sleepin’ on floors, you can’t persuade me (Yeah)
I been takin’ other niggas’ hoes, it’s gettin’ outrageous (True story)
Rich nigga gettin’ caught with a bitch worth minimum wages (Pluto)
Fuckin’ with my ego, but I never lost a lady (Facts)
Fucked a pop star after I got my dreads braided
Never dropped her name but her head game contagious (No cap)
20 percent of my dames, I shipped ’em right out to Vegas (Gone)
You can feel the pain when I’m rappin’ ’cause I’m ragin’ (Wizard)
You can see my past and where I was on they faces (Weak)
I done flipped the truck over and crashed, ducked the agents (Facts)
I been with these blue hundreds like a nigga racist (Freebandz)
I been gettin’ richer each year, feel like I’m racin’ (Uh)
Tried to tell you the form of love but you wouldn’t take it
Hard work and perseverance, they ain’t related
Poppin’ up on Forbes is fuckin’ up my relations (Fuckin’ up my family)
Ten milli’ plus on a crib and it’s vacant
I can see it vividly at the crib, Rico basement
Watch him get the mula, I was sittin’ back bein’ patient (I was bein’ patient)
I was sittin’ back, programmin’ my brain, I was in trainin’ (Yeah)
I be in my coupe, Maybach and nothin’ ain’t have to trade it (Skrrt skrrt)
Thinkin’ ’bout when I was posted up when they raided (Swear I was)
Now I Double R and Ghost it up, I feel spacious (Woo)
I don’t feel the safest, but I feel gracious (Yeah)
I thank God every day, I don’t feel basic
Probably lose my sanity if I ain’t have my babies (Sheesh)
Probably be gamblin’ with my life if I ain’t made it
Home invasions, and you ain’t have to persuade me (Nah)
Cut it with a razor and serve it ’til your day
Came from whippin’ out the bowl, Tom Ford suit and tie (Yeah)
Get my grandma to serve my dope, that ain’t a lie (On God)
You can tell I’ve been broke when you look into my eyes (Future)
Nobody done noticed ’til the jet was in the sky

Bringin’ tears to my eyes, oh yeah
Nobody done noticed ’til the jet was in the sky
Bringin’ tears to my eyes, keep goin’
Gotta tell The WIZRD, it’s a story like a book
Tears in my eyes, I can’t forget where I came from
I lost a lot but it’s alright
It can’t be worse, might lost my main homie to the streets
You should’ve never give up on me without hearin’ my side of the story
(The WIZRD)
I can’t forget where I came from
Freebandz
Bringin’ tears to my eyes

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Album: Future –”Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD” 

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Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD” (2019)

If Future chooses to base The WIZRD concept on what he told Garvey, The WIZRD as the man of answers, it’s possible that lyrically this could be one of his most transparent albums. He’s often heartfelt, turning pain into poetry. Yet, the potent brevity rarely expands his evocative images of life into large, towering portraits. How will that change on his seventh studio album? Only Future knows what’s in his crystal ball.

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In usual 1-Listen album review fashion, the rules are the same: no skipping, no fast-forwarding, no rewinding, and no stopping. Each song will receive my gut reaction from start to finish. Future season has once again begun.

1. “Never Stop”
First 1 Listen of 2019. Loving the mood he’s setting. Slow, melodic building. Not the most aggressive drop, but the drums have a nice bite. “You get rich and have problems you never thought.” Future carries pain in his veins. “I’m living my second life it’s so amazing,” an interesting contrast to Nas’ “Second Childhood” when you consider most live their second adulthood once their lifestyle changes. This is an album’s worth of content in one song. The reminiscing mixed with present-tense imagery is a nice juxtaposition. “Bringing tears to my ears.” Things are getting wonderfully woozy. Singing. Loving the little touches to the production.

2. “Jumpin on a Jet”

Ah, he’s starting the song with a spirited, “Yeah, hoe”; it’s already a classic Atlanta banger. My arms shot up like I was on a roller coaster when the beat dropped. Southside doesn’t make trap beats, he makes audio military weaponry. Sounds like a warzone. Future’s voice and this beat takes me back to DS2. Loving the flow. “Order the 14 passengers,” yep, this is that talk. Someone call Project Pat for the remix. Did he sample his own voice in the background? Love it. He’s so lively. I believe no lean was done during this session. The fact he’s able to still give us this caliber of banger 1,000 songs after the release of Monster is impressive.

3. “Rocket Shit”
ATL Jacob tag. “I been popping since my demo, bitch.” Mad Nas never used that line. Another nice trap hitter. The flow switch! How he’s riding this tempo. Shoulders shimmying. Future said the cops stop coming because they made the laws, a street politician. Future channels Rick Ross’ kingpin attitude flawlessly. Pablo talk. Another really good one.

4. “Temptation”
Four songs in, feeling good about this one. Future said he’s the richest in the city, that’s a boast. TAY KEITH TAG! Wow. The tag came and my chest caved in. WHOA WHOA WHOA. Tay Keith with the stylistic switch up. I love this production. Soulful. How he used this sample is great. The singing Future is making me feel very good about pressing play on this album. “Temptation” is a soft, wholesome banger. What a wonderful pump fake. Feels like I’m in the rain being cleansed of all my sins. An early favorite. What was that bar about a car full of bullets? Missed it, but I’ll be going back. Wow.

5. “Crushed Up”

One day we’ll have to discuss how Future’s album sequencing always increases the values of his singles. “Crushed Up” hits different within the context of the album. Love the beat. Big boasts all over the project thus far. Future brags like he has a vendetta against the entire world. Whoever treated him like he was average, I thank you. Future saying he got an M for a gig is how I felt the first and only time I got paid a dollar per word. The more money Future makes the stronger he gets. He transforms to the next level with each million dollar deposit.

6. “F&N”
808 Mafia tag + ATL Jacob. Yep, those drums are swinging harder than a drunk carousel. “I’m Frank Lucas and Mad Max.” Nah, he said, “I took an AK to a dinner date,” I can’t stop laughing. Who is Future dating? Someone who deserves more than chicken wings and fries I’m assuming. The question is, why does he need a chopper to eat steak and lobster? The paranoia. Future gets the best trap packs. The beat switch!! It went from Mad Max to Grand Theft Auto: Little Mexico. Future’s flow has an autocorrect feature. No matter the beat, it finds a way to fit. Interesting. Future’s hooks are less like choruses and more like mini breaks between verses.

7. “Call the Coroner”
Loving the claps. Ominous buildup. “I want to live like a drug lord,” yes, yes we all do. Yes, yes, yes. This song is an elevator and Future is climbing higher with each bar. His voice. Who made this beat!? It’s perfect for Future. Perfect. “Now I got power.” The way he says “Glorious” is how Thanos felt when he gathered all the Infinity Stones. Perfect, perfect.

8. “Talk Shit Like a Preacher”
I have to say, there’s so many layers to this album in the context of Future. It’s very familiar, but also so fresh. The short songs are compelling, they hold you, and then it’s over, but the next record is so grabbing you don’t have time to regret the last record ending. Okay, back to this record. He’s glowing with confidence. I guess Future is a preacher to some. Future Hive is essentially the Church of Nayvadius congregation.

9. “Promise U That”
Getting back in his melodic bag. Another Tay Keith tag with unexpected production. Man! This melody! This flow! How he stacked the vocals lifted me. Again, the way he’s able to autocorrect depending on the production is astounding. This isn’t the traditional single, but I would’ve loved if this was the album’s first offering. “Promise U That” would’ve been perfect for HNDRXX. Incredible. Wait, what is this at the end!?

10. “Stick to the Models”
Was that Future sampling himself? It was a short, quick switch but sounded like it needs to be its own song. The caliber of outlandish braggadocio is to be marveled at. “Reaching my goals, thanking my heavenly father” sprinkles of humbleness is always a nice touch. Future having a woman who steals other men’s women is hilariously maniacal. He is my favorite rap supervillain next to Pusha-T.

11. “Overdose”
The slight beat changes at the end of these records continue to catch me by surprise. Interesting production buildup. Didn’t grab me instantly. Okay, it’s taking me higher than a space shuttle. “Too rich to be sober,” heard, sir. Heard. “You can be the wave, I’m the ocean” is a bar. The bars are hitting. This man Future just described how all his pockets have drugs. I know material objects shouldn’t be glorified, but Future sounds so proud about all he’s acquired. No one makes being rich sounds like such a burden and a thrill. Another random outro.

12. “Krazy but True”
“Penthouse got a living room with a garage in it,” hahaha. He said it’s crazy but true. Wait, this concept is brilliant. This gives him room to talk about his influence, his life, and pinpoint that despite how crazy it might sound, it’s all true. Dealing in truth. Brilliant, brilliant concept. This is a song Lil Wayne should’ve made during the Carter III era. The Wizard with a song of humblebrags. Definitely a keeper.

13. “Servin Killa Kam”
Perfect song title. Do Future and Cam’ron have a record? Need that, if they do, and need that if they don’t. OH! My eyebrows were just shot sky-high. This beat is a monster. I love when a song title is attached to a worthy record. This is the single we should’ve gotten. There’s no way good decisions are made while this beat is playing. I’m 100% sure Future does certain things just to rap about them. Did he say he took a three-hour shower? I probably heard that wrong, but if he did, I have a new favorite weird flex. Hearing Future say he’s, “In a 305 doing 105” reminds me of Jody Breeze’s “Dippin’.” Play that if you haven’t.

14. “Baptiize”
There’s something about soft, cinematic keys that take Future to a different world. Future saying he saw Jada Pinkett Smith sitting on a blanket followed by “I grew up around murders” is an insane contrast. The two worlds he knows. Who is Future really? How does he maintain a sense of sanity while living in this kind of duality? I’ve always hated the song title and hook, but I’m glad to hear the “Slave Master” beat sampled. My head is spinning and my body is soaring. What a way of sampling his own music. This is what I imagine Professor X hears if he read Future’s mind. Big, big banger.

15. “Unicorn Purp” ft. Young Thug & Gunna
First features of the album. “Wizard of Oz” — Young Thug. What a random thing to say, haha. “I can’t address all the issues I’m dealing with.” Oh, Thug doing Future’s ad-libs is beautiful. I wanted more of this out of SUPER SLIMEY, a collaboration tape that’s still better than I initially thought. Side note: “Unicorn Purp” is up there with “Servin Killa Kam” as one of the most incredible song titles. Future made the girl tie his shoes, I’m crying. Thug has been flawlessly supporting this record from the background. I hope he got top dollar for every ad-lib. Thugger finally rapping. Gunna! This is a spirit bomb. This is like taking your kids to work and getting a raise.

16. “Goin Dummi”
I’m pretty sure this album didn’t need 20 songs, but it doesn’t feel like any song is out of place. Future knows how to make long albums feel like a thoughtful experience. Wheezy gave him a beat. Okay, this one isn’t holding me the way I wish it was. Maybe if placed earlier, I would be more satisfied. But when you’re the 16th record there has to be a certain weight.

17. “First Off” ft. Travis Scott
“I make more than Dwyane Wade, baby” is a boast. Yeah, this is what should’ve followed “Unicorn Purp.” Future sounds like he’s barely awake in the booth. The rasp in his voice tells you this was recorded after not sleeping for four or more days. “Ever get caught snitching they’ll cut off your tongue.” Sheesh. “I get NBA money and I ain’t been in the draft.” Too groovy. Scott has arrived. I like the rasp on his voice as well. He’s dancing. Good verse. He fits the song well. The features all came correct. Most rappers show up for Future.

18. “Faceshot”
Oh, this is drugs. Straight drugs. Richie Souf gave Future pure, uncut dope. We have returned to DS2 and I couldn’t be happier. Future sounds like the Phantom Menace more than any wizard. Exhilarating. Simply exhilarating. This song is going to raise the crime rate. “Fuck a dog collar, nigga I’m a bear,” fam, this is a new level of madness. Every line. Keeper, a keeper.

19. “Ain’t Coming Back”
Another Richie record. Love the drums. “Couple real friends turn enemies,” one thing Future hates is betrayal. “Trying to give advice, you need to help yourself” sheesh. Love that the producers who appear on the album multiple times provided different sides. Future’s ear for beats has to be the best since Rick Ross.

20. “Tricks on Me”
“Tricks on Me” is already gold and I’m 38 seconds into the record. Every rap album this year needs an outro produced by Nineteen85. I felt that bar about Bankroll PJ, long live Bankroll Fresh. Future’s outros are always great. They’re better than the bonus scenes at the end of Marvel movies. The paranoia is pouring out of him. “I’m Future Hndrxx but I’m not a guitarist.” The butler came with the elevator, wow. It isn’t quite on the level of “Sorry,” but a damn good outro.

Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD: Final (First Listen) Thoughts

Future didn’t lie to Meaghan Garvey, The WIZRD is him, and he uses Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD to present a compilation of his identities. Similar to what Drake did with More Life, Future explores various sounds but only if they exist within the palette of styles already mastered by the transformative artist.

The WIZRD completes the trio started by FUTURE and HNDRXX. The third addition walks the thin line that kept the previous two releases separate. Combining their aesthetics creates a cohesive world of bombastic trap songs and honest, melodious musing. What allows The WIZRD to stand out is how Future surrounds himself with a new lineup of producers. A refreshed mixture of flows and life updates also help. Fashion brands release new clothes every season with contemporary designs, but the logo remains the same. Future is fashion.

Future understands the power of familiarity, yet the need to always present what’s fresh and new. With his seventh solo studio album, Future further displays an understanding of the realm his artistry occupies, and how he’s able to insert new methods without fumbling his mastery of trap-soaked melodic blues. It’s similar to how every Sunday, no matter what, preachers arrive with a new sermon. The Bible never changes, but that doesn’t stop congregations from arriving every week to learn a new lesson.

Let the church of Nayvadius say amen

1. Never Stop
2. Jumpin On A Jet
3. Rocket Ship
4. Temptation
5. Crushed Up
6. F&N
7. Call The Coroner
8. Talk Shit Like A Preacher
9. Promise U That
10. Stick To The Models
11. Overdose
12. Krazy But True
13. Servin Killa Kam
14. Baptiize
15. Unicorn Purp
16. Goin Dummi
17. First Off
18. Faceshot
19. Ain’t Coming Back
20. Tricks On Me

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