Studio Version of Sean Kingston's 'Born to Be Wild' Ft. Nicki Minaj Surfaces
After being leaked on the web in its low-quality version a while ago, Sean Kingston and Nicki Minaj's new song "Born to be Wild" finally came out in its full, untagged version. The catchy track samples "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" popularized by doo-wop group The Tokens in 1961, and is expected to appear in Sean's upcoming studio album.
"I was just a player in the game of love/ Till she came and turned mi tables around," the Jamaican-American singer kicks in the track. "Stacking up mi chips lining up all mi cars/ Still they all came tumbling down/ Man I think I might, think I might make her the one/ Take them stealin me up on the run/ she hits me like a shot gun, I'm done."
Near the end of the song, Nicki comes barging in with her punchy lines. "If you will die, then why would you try/ And if you were fly, a suit and a tie/ It's what's I will buy, then you will be mine/ Because you and I, we're born to be wild/ I am Martha you King Arthur, Who'd knew you land me?/ I be known to eat these raps coco like chef Ramsey/ Mission accomplished, you're my accomplice," she raps.
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