Instantly New

by Count Bass D

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Instantly New You gotta stop saying "Amazing" Gotta stop saying "At the end of the day" Gotta stop saying "I think" Gotta stop saying "just" Gotta stop saying "that" You know what I'm saying? Instantly New
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We Don't Say 01:57
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My River 04:21
“My River” music and lyrics: Dwight Conroy Farrell publisher: Dwight Farrell’s Music (BMI) Self esteem verses ego How praise affects each Petty preferences are what keep us from good love So focused on the surface, left with bogusness Put emotion into action Emotion is energy Excessive emotion feels evil It’s like they err on the side of the darker Prosperity versus law and order Blessed is the man that possesses game. He who is the pastor of a 501(c)3 Blessed is the man who thinketh deeply Count Bass version encouragement and empathy Exactly what you want, when you want, no matter what On a quest for an asshole to give our hearts to Can’t help but let a hoe be a foe She called me gold cause I’m worth every penny Until you jump in the river Don’t now how deep or cold it is Just my river I must jump into Impulsive without knowing Don’t know the meaning or what gives Just my river I must jump into Self esteem verses ego and how praise affects each It’s still someone holding up the blood stained banner If you want to know what the real shit is like When he comes to your town have fun with him Party all night long then have lunch with him Weather the show is sold-out or the twos and threes I'm a be tough it works and it meets my needs Until you jump in the river Don’t now how deep or cold it is Just my river I must jump into Impulsive without knowing Don’t know the meaning or what gives Just my river I must jump into Exactly what you want, when you want, no matter what. On a quest for an asshole to give our hearts to. Can’t help but let a hoe be a foe, She called me gold cause I’m worth every penny
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Hose 02:07
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Ask Them 03:18
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“Instantly New” music and lyrics: Dwight Conroy Farrell publisher: Dwight Farrell’s Music (BMI) Instantly New ain’t that a bitch and my point of view I’ll believe it when I receive it. Sweat is the answer Lord of the Flies with the 45’s. Fraternal order of cop Eastern Star of blow. Little point fives of power. I’m hot, nasty, black with oak in my drawls but not from Arkansas Find myself thinking about you, can’t wait to see you. You’re my girl. I know you’re the one for me What would I do without you? You’re all I ever wanted. Thought that maybe we could chat for a second. How’s life? What’s up with your friends? Anything cool going on? Do you need help with anything? One who is your partner not a servant, employee or child. That contrarian spirit that keeps you divided against yourself unable to take a stand. A salaried employee at a thankless job The lamb with poison in his fur. I was the Tesla, she the Edison Gentleman Dwight Conroy rise in power. Passion is essential.  Overshare, slut shame. Son of a god. Subprime. Toadstool vs Mushroom. After revue, the player still stands.  A nice guy, so love me like beautiful friends. Am I hallucinating or being creative? Regardless, my perception remains distorted and I don’t trust your opinion of my world view I’ve created the rules based on experience, that provide a fairly consistent environment Took some L’s in the process to help me never forget that Music maintains and sustains my motivation But, Instantly New. Gotta roll my hair, can’t sleep like I used to. I’m a take it to the red roller. I watch how you deal with your problems.
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Eagle 03:21
Chorus: If I had wings I’d fly like an eagle tonight Destination unknown but headed to the finer things in life On all I love wanna treat everybody right Need to find these wings so I can be that eagle in flight Verse 1: Fear can get you killed Focus is underrated It’s the best of times 6 million ways to die, not always one to heal. Be careful what replaces the myth you have destroyed. Smoking on that Juliette Lowe What you keep in your reward drawer? Are you taking those pills? You ARE the Biggest Loser… goodbye! Parting gift is a DVD rewinder Chorus: Verse 2: The desire to get something for nothing can be costly The world is rapidly changing. As I’ve gotten older I started to notice it. Wonder if it’s always been this way? Internet is speeding up the change. I find the closer you get to someone, the less you have to “call” them anything. My feelings for them got from admiration to indifference. They never get under my skin. They would coexist the way they always have ‘cause Life and Death go hand in hand The most confident people I know are well read ‘Cause books are the dumbbells of the mind We are taught the ideal, but the street has to teach the real. Minding your business is a skill Now would I rather be considered the greatest of all time or still be alive? Chorus: Words & Music - Dwight Conroy Farrell Publishing - Dwight Farrell’s Music (BMI)
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Grow 02:27
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No Infirmary 02:12
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Have 02:05
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Know It All 02:52

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The Rapper with the most chords releases his first vocal album in five years. Count Bass D's latest effort, 'Instantly New' is just that - a fresh approach to the sound he's been shaping for the past 2 decades - paired with a distinct presentation.

Embracing his gospel roots, "Instantly New" showcases the ability of the Rapper-songwriter to meld R&B, soul, funk & rap to craft hiphop hymns. Consider it modern day folk music for everyone from the pews to the bar stools.

Always ahead of the curve (even his own) Count Bass D will be on a US tour performing his hits both "Instantly New" and old from March 18th - May 28th.

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released March 15, 2016

Written and Produced by Dwight Conroy Farrell for CountBassD.com
Published by Dwight Farrell’s Music (BMI)
Additional Mixing and Mastering: DJ Pocket and Dillon
Photography: Dionne Farris Art Direction & Design: Kyroink
Thank you: Water the Plants, Deep Thinka, Full Plate, Serious Knock Entertainment and Thrash Flow

Copyright (c)2016 CountBassD.com / countbassd@countbassd.com
Manufactured by CountBassD.com, Distributed by The Orchard

Catalog Number: CBD201601

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Count Bass began an extended and prolific release schedule in 2009 that includes his 2017 Snoop Dogg collaboration “Too Much Pressure,” praised by the New York Times for, “luscious, velvety, soothing, slow funk.”
After 25 years, Count Bass D is busier than ever, releasing the instrumental album Edibles in late 2019, the sequel Edibles 2 in early 2020, and his 10th vocal solo album CBD.
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