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Cut It Lyrics O.T. Genasis

Cut It Lyrics O.T. Genasis

Cut It Lyrics O.T. Genasis. This chart-topping song was released in 2015. But have you ever unpacked the lyrics?

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Cut It Lyrics O.T. Genasis. Cut It peaked at # 35 on the Billboard Top 100. And number 11 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs.

Certainly, the song did numbers. DJs everywhere kept it in heavy rotation.

The following year, Cut It was certified platinum after selling over 2million digital copies.

That’s pretty impressive for a mixtape single. Furthermore, the remixes feature Kevin Gates, Young Thug, Lil Wayne, and T.I.

Of course, the feature from Memphis rapper Young Dolph helped catapult the song.

Unpacking The Lyrics

Certainly, O.T. talks his talk on this record. Here’s the Cut It Lyrics O.T. Genasis. The 8 bar chorus starts out with:

“Cut it, cut it, cut it, cut it
Cut it, cut it, cut it, cut it
Them bricks is way too hot, you need to cut it
Your price is way too high, you need to cut it.”

Apparently, this is his way of letting folks know their work is too pricey.

Well, throughout the first verse he talks about cooking it up.

“I fell in love with the drugs. Busting it down in the tub. Pay me my money in dubs. Water whipping, looking like I’m fishing. Baseball in kitchen, with my arm I’m pitching. Rolie on, it’s glistening and my darling, kissing. Niggas steady tripping so I’m steady gripping.”

Next, within the verse, he prides himself on having the right prices for his clientele.

“Dirty money on me, got a scale up on me. I don’t fuck with phony, ’bout to sell a pony. All these niggas on me, all these bitches on me. Say my price is good, motherfucker, show me.”

O.T. Genasis – Cut It (feat. Young Dolph) [Official Music Video]

Well, Young Dolph talks his talk just as well. Here is some of his verse:

“You know I’ve been getting money if you know me. When I first met my plug, I told him I piss a hundred Gs. I ain’t coming to get it unless you got a hundred piece. I don’t want it, fuck it, your price, you need to cut it.”

More from Dolph:

“I’ve been outchea in these streets all my life hustling. My nigga beefing then I’m beefing, wrong or right I’m busting. My traphouse, I love it. Put some Forgis on my old school and I had to gut it. But should I put a roof in?”

At any rate, Cut It still remains a banger. A few bars about loyalty and a few bars about hustling. Without a doubt, O.T. Genasis and Young Dolph delivered a dope song.

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