(feat. Insane Clown Posse)
Chillen at the studio
Chillen at the studio
85 bucks an hour
So hurry up and loop a beat come on Mike
I'm Violent J but my homies call me shit head
But that's my homies to you I'm Violent J bitch
I put my boys on a track even though they suck
"Yo dawg I'm Dave and I don't five a fuck"
I did a record deal I signed a contract
Technically, for Island I can only rap
But fuck that, with Twiztid I'm a still spit
Even though I got a cold, and I sound like shit
What the fuck was that?
Fuck it, leave it in, the shit is phat
You heard this beat 80 times and it's still freakin
And if you notice my shit don't even rhyme
Look at that I ain't even got a rap and it's still phat
My shit went gold, I got phat knots
And you're still flyering parkin lots
You might say my vocals are up too loud
So I'm a turn 'em up louder just to piss you off!
Psychopathic records are geniuses
Get off our penises
Here comes the chorus, but I ain't got a no hook
Instead I'll just fuck with the phone book
Yeah, ugh Hairy Sacks please
Who's this?
Hairy, hey this is Slim Anus down at the canery
Ugh, take shoot at the bulletin
Somethin about ugh, you fillin in his slot tonight down at the ugh,
Garage we got a casement of fudge
We need as many packers as we can get
Duh, ugh, Sacks
My name is Jamie Madrox and I got fat balls
I'm always urinating in the Motel Halls
I got a big head that never fits a hat
So you ain't ever seein me wear a damn thing green bitch
I'm far from rich, I got a hooptie
With a smash in the fender and in the back to
I got a broken tail light and I'll smash you
Bitch get outta my way we got Clown Love
Phat props to the lyrical town dove
It's the m-o, n-o, and I can't even spell the rest
It takes to long and I need a fuckin' cigarette
I can't hear my right ears mad whack
So shut the fuck up and listen or get and ass kicked
I slap hoes, and call them bitches to there faces
And scream out FUCK OFF BITCH,
Twiztid in their place
So back off recognize and check this
Simply my dear I don't give a FUCK
Yo there's more chiles in this peace what's up son?
Hello? Yeah what's up son?
I'm Lookin for this deal know what I'm sayin?
I got raps to bust for ya'll
Ya'll ready for Mo Chile's?
I'm bout to kick this flow, you ready to kick it or what?
Who's this?
We're light son,
I'm Mo Chiles straight from the hood
I got all my peoplez on 1-800 and Chris Shaw
We commin home
My names 2 Dope and sometimes Shaggy
Sometimes Shaggs and sometimes Gweedy
I gets mad stupid, I gets mad ill
I done it all five, fuck it I do it still
Stretch my nuts back like a slingshot and plant 'em in your mouth
Shake my hips like Elvis
Wigglin my pelvis
I skipped that step
Apply the camera clutches stretch it back like a mutha fuckin' bungy jump
I'm Violent J back to make you smile more
I let my nutsack drag on the tile floor
I kick free styles for miles
My gold comes in piles
I worked on Bell Isle
I picked up dear shit
And now I spit raps
I snap your neck
'cause my freestyles are fresh

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85 Bucks an Hour Lyrics as written by Joseph Bruce

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    this song is great. i think that icp is better than twiztid in this song though

    logan_6969on May 24, 2002   Link
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    what's really great is how they came up with all this and even recorded it in less than an hour. Not that it's talent; it's terribly obvious. I laughed a few times before the end the first time I listened to it, though.

    PsychoACon June 30, 2002   Link
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    They came up with it and recorded it in an hour? It sure shows. Damn this song sucks (just like everything on the psychopathic label). I could go on for hours, but I'll let a lyric from the Geto Boys speak for me. Pay close attention to the lines marked with "".

    "Damn it feels good to be a gangsta A real gangsta-ass nigga plays his cards right

    And niggas always gotta high cap Showin' all his boys how he shot em

    And everythings cool in the mind of a gangsta "

    Get it? If you're going to listen to rap, you can do a hell of a lot better than fat white-trash in facepaint.

    JackBlackouton August 06, 2002   Link
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    Hmm...the HTML (fancy word for the internet's "brains", two things you guys probablt know nothing about) seems to have FUCT with the Geto Boys lyric. This site must be run by you jugga-hoez. Don't worry, I'll post it a thousand times if that's what it takes, cause you hicks really gotta hear this shit YOYO YO BALLS BALLS DICK TITTIES (just trying to speak in a way that you can understand) Remember, pay close attention to anything surrounded by a double parentheseis (two of these little half circle things, moron.)

    Damn it feels good to be a gangsta A real gangsta-ass nigga plays his cards right ((A real gangsta-ass nigga never runs his fuckin mouth Cuz real gangsta-ass niggas don\'t start fights)) And niggas always gotta high cap Showin\' all his boys how he shot em ((But real gangsta-ass niggas don\'t flex much balls Cuz real gangsta-ass niggas know they got em)) ((And everythings cool in the mind of a gangsta Cuz gangsta-ass niggas think deep)) Up three-sixty-five a year 24/7 Cuz real gangsta ass niggas don\'t sleep

    Hmm...who could they be talking to with this? Posers? Yeah...sounds about right to me. Funny how it's also like the Jamie Madrox biography REVERSED.

    JackBlackouton August 06, 2002   Link
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    ok, first off jack, HTML is not the "brains of the net", what you aparently forgot about in your egotisticle flaming spree was that not only HTML, but JAVA, PHP, MYsql, ect. are also "brains for the net"

    Next, why did you quote ghetto boyz, when the only time Jamie Madrox, The Monoxcide Child, Violent J, and shaggy 2 dope have claimed to be "gangsta" was when they masquerade as the Psychopathic Rydas, which this is clearly not the case.

    Why do you say its Madrox's bio in reverse? please elaborate on this point.

    If you are dissing us, then you must know us right? So why are you calling us hicks, when ICP/Twiztid clearly states its resentment for hilly billy/ redneck, the groups which the term hick is comonly applied to?

    retsamdnaRGon June 25, 2003   Link
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    The ghetto boys are "gangsta"?

    Voodoo_Wizardon June 23, 2005   Link
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    This song is fun.

    kmk_natashaon February 01, 2006   Link
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    The thing I find funny about JackBlackout's comment isn't that he is a tard who cant use a computer but that the Geto Boys are down with ICP and Bushwick Bill (the main member of Geto Boys) was even on a twiztid track look up Everybody Dies

    JVelveton March 19, 2009   Link
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    Jvelvet is indeed correct, if anyone is even somewhat of a horrorcore fan, they would know that Ghetto Boyz are indeed friends with ICP and any1 else on Psychopathic Records.........So, wat im sain is, shut the fuck up if you dont know your history about anything!!!!! It just shows you're an ignorant dumbshit........

    nelson900on March 23, 2009   Link

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