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Stormzy: A Talentless Tool Of The Establishment?

 
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 10:58 pm    Post subject: Stormzy: A Talentless Tool Of The Establishment? Reply with quote

Stormzy: A Talentless Tool Of The Establishment

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stormzy Lyrics
"Shut Up"
https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/stormzy/shutup.html

State your name cuz!
Stormzy init.
What we doing today?
Rapping init
Yeah, * rapping,
Yeah fire in the park, let's go!

Man try say he's better than me
Tell my man shut up
Mention my name in your tweets
Oi rude boy, shut up
How can you be better than me?
Shut up
Best in the scene?
Tell my man mehn
Shut up

Couple man called me a backup dancer
Onstage at the BRITs, I'm a backup dancer
If that makes me a backup dancer
The man in your vids, backup dancer
The man in your pics, backup dancer
Man wanna chat about backup dancer
Big man like me with a beard
I'm a big man, how the * can I back up?

Army comes everywhere I go
I can't run when my enemies show
Walk in the club with all of my tugs
Party's done, everybody go home
Apart from the girl dem, you lot stay
Walk in the club, all the girls say hey
Tell a man like I'm K to the A
There's no champagne, we don't rave

Yeah, I'm the best, I'm so cocky
I've got a mob like A$AP Rocky
I set trends, dem man copy
They catch feelings, I catch bodies
They roll deep, I roll squaddy
Got about 25 goons in my posse
They drink Bailey's, I drink Vossy
I get merky, they get worried

If you got a G-A-T, bring it out
Most of the real bad boys in the south
If you wanna do me something, I'm about
I'm not a gangster, I'm just about
But you see my man over there with the pouch
Dare one of you man try get loud
All of my mandem move so foul
I might sing but I ain't sold out

Nowadays all of my shows sold out
Headline tour, yeah blud, sold out
When we roll in, they roll out
I'm so London, I'm so south
Food in the ends like there ain't no drought
Flipz don't talk like he's got no mouth
I wanna make my mum so proud
Like "Yo, mum, book a flight, go now."

All of my ex girls talk to me hard
Talk to my face, don't talk to my palm
Had four bills and I bought me a car
Little red whip that I bought for my marge
I straight murk, it's a walk in the park
I take care when I water my plants
These MCs wanna talk about Lord of the Mics
You ain't even lord of your yard

Dead MCs, blud, leave me alone
Me and your girl, we speak on the phone
Kill a whole crew of MCs on my own
Kill a whole crew of MCs for the throne
I was out hungry, so damn hungry
Man tried eat then leave me the bones
Now these niggas, they need me to grow
Hot chocolate and a panini to go

I'm a big man, * a postcode war
Man were upset about the MOBO Awards
Yeah, I was gassed at the MOBO Awards
Why? Cause I ain't won a MOBO before
Der, all of you MCs sound so bitter
Shut down wireless, shut down Twitter
Shoutout Deepee, shoutout Flipper
Best my age, yeah blud, look

If you don't rate me, shame on you
If you don't rate me, shame on you
Can I order a deathbed for an MC?
He wants beef with me? Make that two
Anyone else wanna make that move?
Anyone else wanna pay their dues?
Stiff Chocolate, yeah my face so smooth
Impostors wanna take my tune, check it

Don't even talk too much, you're a talker
Dem man still go halves on a quarter
Saw me turn from a prince to a pauper
Two cigarettes and a bottle of water
Told the bouncer I'll get the bottles in order
Man in the kitchen putting in orders
Stiff Chocolate, skin clear like water
Smooth on this ting, start locking up daughters
Brown skin girl and a couple of dark ones

Yeah, so shut your * stupid mouths
Chatting bare * *
Shut the * up, shut your * mouths
Oi rude boy shut up
One time yeah, chatting bare * *
Shut up man
Pussy's what

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 11, 2020 12:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stormzy is the new Bono Brendan O'Neill
https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/12/stormzy-is-the-new-bono/

Brendan O'Neill 21 December 2019

Stormzy has a song called Shut Up. ‘Oi rudeboy, shut up’, he raps. I wish he’d take his own advice. His predictable political musings are getting boring. His Corbyn cheering went down like a cup of cold sick with the populace. And his chattering-class views are just embarrassing for someone who claims to be grime. It’s time for a temporary vow of silence, Stormzy.

His latest ‘controversial’ utterance came at his former primary school. He told a bunch of seven-year-olds there that their new PM, Boris Johnson, is a ‘very, very bad man’. In response to one of the kids who asked him why he doesn’t like Boris — one of Stormzy’s best-known lyrics is ‘* the government / * Boris’ — Stormzy likened the PM to ‘the big, bad wolf’.

In one sense, this all feels entirely fitting. It sums up the infantile moralism of much of the pro-Corbyn camp who really did develop a fairytale view of the world in which Jezza was an allotment-tending Santa Claus figure come to save the poor from their own stupidity, while Boris was basically a blonde, British Hitler who would close all libraries, starve the poor and make it the law to always refer to women in niqabs as letterboxes.

Sure, Stormzy was talking to kids and clearly tempered his language accordingly. But still, his branding of Boris as a ‘big, bad wolf’ spoke volumes about the shallow, good-vs-evil posturing that so many pro-Corbyn celebs engaged in, whether it was Lily Allen storming off Twitter because she thinks everyone is racist or Hugh Grant doing his Love Actually routine in the leafy suburbs of London to try to convince people to keep the big, bad wolf out of Downing Street.

Hilariously — and tellingly — this celeb stuff had very little cut-through. It would take a heart of stone not to chortle at the fact that every candidate backed by Hugh failed to win. Or that even Little Mix and Dua Lipa, never mind King Stormzy, failed to save Labour from its worst electoral drubbing in decades. That’s a good lesson to learn from this election: ordinary people aren’t as swayed by virtue-signalling celebs as the political elites think we are. We’re a bit more serious than that, thanks.

But perhaps the most striking thing about Stormzy’s spouting of fairytale politics at his former school is how little fuss there’s been about it. The only person asking, quite sensibly, why a celeb is in a school telling very young children that the PM is a very bad man is Piers Morgan. Pretty much everyone else, certainly in liberal circles and no doubt in the flagging Corbyn clique too, is cheering Stormzy on. Like they always do.

Stormzy has become the darling of the chattering class. He’s the leftish establishment’s favourite rebel. And he doesn’t seem to realise how much of a blow this is to his reputation as a supposed street star.

I cringe now when Stormzy does politics, because it’s all so achingly right-on, so Guardianista, so goddamn middle of the road. The lowlight was his Instagram post bigging up Corbyn before the election. His attack lines on Boris came straight from the PC broadsheet press: Boris once said the word piccaninnies, he compared women in niqabs to letterboxes, etc. And, get this, Stormzy expressed his horror that ‘we are leaving the EU’.

What? Is the grime superstar pro-EU? Pro-bureaucracy, pro-technocracy? Why? Because that’s what you have to be these days if you want to be loved by luvvies, which Stormzy clearly does. I read his teary-eyed concern for the fate of Brussels and found myself thinking, ‘Who is this — Bono?’.

The speed with which Stormzy has embraced every lazy, expected, uncritical right-on position out there is humiliating, if you ask me. He’s like a Guardian editorial made flesh. From his ill-thought-through comments on Grenfell to his description of Jacob Rees-Mogg as a ‘piece of *’ to his view of Boris as a ‘very bad man’, none of his views would be out of place at an Islington dinner party. Emily Thornberry should have him round.

Stormzy’s problem isn’t that he’s outrageous. It’s the opposite — it’s that he has been co-opted by the cultural elite and turned into the morally correct spokesperson for right-on, Remainy young people.

What a disaster. That Stormzy is only offending Piers Morgan these days should give the grime star serious pause for thought.

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