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BIG K.R.I.T. Goes Back To The Future In “1999” Video

Big K.R.I.T. – 1999 [Official Video] ft. Lloyd

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Lyrics:

[Intro: Lloyd]

Aw yeah

Drop it for a nigga

That ass up

[Hook: Lloyd]

Back that ass up like it’s 1999
Back that ass up like it’s 1999
Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Pipe it up and drop it for me, one mo’ time

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah
Make a nigga spend his cash, yeah, his last year
Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah
Make a nigga spend his cash, I do love you

[Verse 1: Big K.R.I.T.]

She say I only love the way she drop it, well maybe so

She say I’ll probably leave if she don’t pop it, we’ll never know

Cause she get down on us, scrub the ground on it, with no shame

Give her time on it, roll around on it, do her thang

I ain’t, the type to trick but she go hard for the cause

Type to bust it open wide and have me close down the mall

We ain’t, gotta take it slow, she’s-a hit the door

Let it show, for the give and go, get it on the flo’

Woo, ayy, shake it like you never ever got to shake it

If pussy popping was a college, she done graduated

She need a bow for that ass just to celebrate it

A lot of clapping and a standing ovation when she

[Hook: Lloyd]

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Pipe it up and drop it for me, one mo’ time

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah

Make a nigga spend his cash, yeah, his last year

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah

Make a nigga spend his cash, I do love you

[Verse 2: Lloyd]

I be in the streets with my woes

And I be on the creep all the time with these hoes

Can’t help that I’m a freak and it shows

See I be eating pussy, kissing titties, sucking toes

Million dollar nigga since a youngin

And if the police coming then I’m runnin’

And if I go to jail then my baby post the bail

Nigga, nigga, I ain’t worried ’bout nothing

She got some ugly ass ways

Aw, but she sure look fine

She know how to blow my mind

When she drop that ass for me like it’s 1999

[Hook: Lloyd]

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Pipe it up and drop it for me, one mo’ time

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah

Make a nigga spend his cash, yeah, his last year

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah

Make a nigga spend his cash, I do love you

[Verse 3: Big K.R.I.T.]

You know I love you shorty, or maybe I’m just kidding

But the way you pop that, pop that pussy, shit I’m all up in it, tightly fitted

Bounce that ass up, got to climb up the pole

If she ever hit the stage, I’ma be at her show

Cause she my favorite life, favorite type

That bust it open, bust it baby, but she lady like

Ooh, I’m talking head wraps and sundresses, heels for her flexing

Ain’t no time she won’t lend me that box, it need stretching

On the late night

She got the kind of glove to catch me if the play’s right

That fly you out, you and that ass have a safe flight

And I’ma be there when she lands

Cause she never stood a chance in that bow-legged stance

Told her back that ass up

[Hook: Lloyd]

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Back that ass up like it’s 1999

Pipe it up and drop it for me, one mo’ time

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah

Make a nigga spend his cash, yeah, his last year

Girl, you’re working with some ass, yeah, you’re bad, yeah

Make a nigga spend his cash, I do love you

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