The Generation {Prod. by Biro}

by Saidu

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Another cut off the upcoming mixtape "Progression"

This one's produced by Biro


Lyrics to ‘The Generation’

Verse 1:
So, here’s a story ‘bout a teacher who got fired
Cuz he grabbed a student’s arm
And twisted his arm right behind him
That’s a lie
But if the teacher ever tried to testify it
He’d be labeled as a fable
And also labeled defiant
He was trying
But many leaders doubtfully inquired tho
He recognized the politics are slightly diabolical
The moment she found out he flowed
And heard he had a lot of shows
She questioned his intent
and basically said that “he’s gotta go”
but honestly he’ll never know the reason they got rid of him
she didn’t do due diligence,
some children weren’t feeling him
his contract was At-Will
and there’s a reason she ain’t changing it
we’ll go and be unfair
and blame it on the generation, heh?


The Generation that we’re living in
Where many humans are essentially an invalid
Too many people do the minimum
Then blame it on the generation that we’re living in
The generation that we’re living in (x3)
We blame it on the generation that we’re living in

Verse 2:
Now the teacher’s gone you go to switching the blame a bit
You’re saying social media’s the reason why their brain’s a mess
But every holiday, you tell your children to create a list
And then you buy it all
So you can say how well you raised your kid
And you end up in debt
But your pride’ll never say you did
You think that they deserve it cuz your parents never gave you gifts
Take some pride in training them
They would do what they’re trained to do
You’re taking pride in spoiling children
They take pride in playing you
You’re supposed to be an idol
You opened your vagina
At seventeen years old
But never opened up a bible
Tried to blame it on your mama
Who then blamed it on the drama
That she had when she was grappling an absent baby father
See you don’t believe in God
But you sure believe in Karma
So go ahead, continue
it’ll be coming back to haunt ya
but I ain’t goin taunt ya
The one thing that I’ll say to you
Is do the right thing
Don’t do what the generation do


released July 2, 2013



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Saidu Ezike is a hip-hop artist from Staten Island, New York. As an accomplished track athlete, Saidu brings his physical prowess to his flow and delivery. With this hard work, he intends on being one of the best to ever do it. Saidu has maintained a healthy touring schedule and is set to drop his next project, Progression in Summer 2014 ... more

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