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Released by Chamillionaire in 2008
From the Album: Mixtape Messiah 5 |

This version of Intro was released by Chamillionaire in 2008.

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I am always on the lookout for songs that make a powerful statement and leave a lasting impact on the listener. “Intro” by Chamillionaire is one such track that has caught my attention with its hard-hitting beats and thought-provoking lyrics.

Released in 2007, “Intro” is a rap track that serves as the opening to Chamillionaire’s critically acclaimed album, “Ultimate Victory.” The song’s explosive beats and Chamillionaire’s aggressive flow set the tone for the album’s unapologetic and socially conscious themes.

Through his lyrics, Chamillionaire speaks to the struggles faced by black Americans in a society that often marginalizes and oppresses them. He calls out the injustices of systemic racism, police brutality, and economic inequality, and urges listeners to unite and fight for change.

“Intro” is a powerful reminder of the impact that music can have on social justice movements and the fight for equality. Chamillionaire’s lyrical prowess and ability to convey complex issues through music make the song a standout in the rap genre, and a testament to the power of music to inspire change.

As a music enthusiast, I highly recommend giving “Intro” a listen. It is a powerful and thought-provoking track that challenges listeners to confront the realities of systemic racism and injustice. The song is a call to action to fight for a world where everyone has equal rights and opportunities.

Here’s the lyrics to “Intro”

Chops On The Track!
Chamillitary Mayne
(Download my style they down-download my style)

(Download my style they down-download my style)


Most of these new rappers must be jacking off of fame
Real recognize real and all of y’all rappers look the same
Internet make em gangsta, Facebook is ya game
Blue’s Clues what’cha claim, YouTube where they bang
Michael Jordan been lame, mine been Kobe of the game
And when Kobe end up lame I throwed back before he changed
I walk in a Y-covier they know when I got some change
Pocket on on a straight jacket like the doe I got insane
Get out’cha history books, I’m too great to erase
Been too solid to replace since great tapes was on taste (hol’ up)
Which dentist to you dummies a young minnus with some money?
Make ya cut off your watch hand and sent ya whole wrist to Johnny (hol’ up)
I ain’t looking for friends cause those be the one to hate
There to temporary Trill and to permanently fake
Get up off my nuts and tell ya chick come get a taste
I be spuing like it’s open two-faced in her face (ugh)
Stacks to heavy had to buy a better belt
I don’t need silly rappers I’m investing in myself
Sell water to a well then sell slime to a snail
Convince workers in FedEx to cell mail to they selfs (ha)
My money rip the scale you better go get a wreckter scale
Yeah, you could die and couldn’t find a hotter kid in hell (foreal)
You can flow the way to the permuter with ya girl
On vacation with’cha hating and I make it back to tell
Got sheriffs begging me to sell products in the jail
Got weatlhy White kids with no problem getting bail
Couldn’t find my mixtape and my email didn’t help
They doing crime to serve time so they can cop it in the cell (cell)
You want it don’t even bother, I bring her back tomorrow
I’m looking for a super thick Toccara I can borrow
Brain so incredible that you can been in Harvard
Brain so incredible that you can get the Carter
Cash Money, Ha, psyche, a dilly
Message erased but you already know the drilly
And the flow so sick I’m popping the disc and get commiddy
Uh, wallet so heavy that my bike won’t pop a willie
I’m on leather got mo cheddar my flow federal too
My flow getting the so wetter when slow better in Screw
When you met her then you tell her that you better than who?
You know better the go-getter you know better than you

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Chamilitary Mayne
Gimme that
Y’all know what time it is
Organize k-os in the streets
Mixtape Messiah Part 5
Jump fly, I’m a make it feel like the fourth of July
The bad guy
Yeah, Chamillitary Mayne
I ain’t playin with y’all
Gimme that
Thank you

They telling me I done fell off, they saying I gotta sell
They telling me I’m commercial, they saying I won’t pervell
But hating is motovation haters you can probably help
Just call me on my celly and tell me how I’m a fail
I’m talking (8 3 2) I’m talking (5 1 4) I’m talking (4 7 3 zero) Holla at me
I’m talking (8 3 2) I’m talking (5 1 4) I’m talking (4 7 3 zero) Holla at me

Shut up when the general talking (I’m talking) some of y’all be bumping to much man (I’m talking)
I’m out in the streets getting mine doing what I do (holla at me)
I’m taking it over like I always do (I’m talking) and you bumping
Call me up (I’m talking) Let me know what it is
I listen to my messages (holla at me) Yeah

Mixtape Messiah part, uh, I forgot
I been doing this for years and I’m still on the top

(This has been a Chops Production)

Chamillitary Mayne

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Chamillionaire has released many songs over the years besides Intro. Chamillionaire released songs from 2004 to 2008 spanning across albums like Mixtape Messiah, The Sound Of Revenge, Mixtape Messiah 2, Man On Fire, Mixtape Messiah 3, Ultimate Victory, Mixtape Messiah 4, and Mixtape Messiah 5. Decade Lyrics has over lyrics & songs by Chamillionaire.

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