Went Hollywood For A Year Lyrics – Lil Durk

English 316 June 28, 2024
The lyrics of "Went Hollywood For A Year" by Lil Durk delves into the rapper's reflections on his life experiences, his principles, and his relationships. He juxtaposes the street life with a more organized, mafia-like way of operating. He discusses the struggles and dilemmas faced by individuals from the streets, including the pride that prevents them from taking legitimate jobs and the harsh realities of surviving in a tough environment. Lil Durk addresses the complexities of friendships and loyalty, highlighting how some friends take advantage of their relationship. He also touches on his own personal growth, the impact of losing loved ones, and the choices he's made along his journey. Despite achieving success and wealth, he remains grounded in his roots and loyal to his circle. The repeated references to "sippin' on some sizzurp" in the bridge and outro serve as a nod to a common vice in the hip-hop community, symbolizing escapism and coping mechanisms. ...Read More

Went Hollywood For A Year Song Lyrics

[Verse: Lil Durk]
We don't move like street n!ggas
We been moving like a mob
I know street n!ggas want money
But pride too big to get a job (Oh)
He say before he KFC somebody kitchen, he'd rather rob
I don't ask when something go wrong
That's just my relationship with God
Protect me from my friends
'cause some'll take that sh!t for granted
Some'll take your sh!t and run like
Y'all wasn't together when you planned it
I refuse to say I'm sorry
That's how I was raised, I'm actually damaged
I don't speak to DayDay daily
Me, him and Tayski always managed
I went Hollywood for a year or two
I'm sorry, but I panicked
Tell your mama I send my love and we forever gone be a family
Big brother died at the club (Oh, woah)
I don't like to party or be around it (Woah, woah, woah)
I made a song called "Backdoor"
But I'm too real to even allow it (Yeah)
You at the block with n!ggas
Who told to get that attention and you allowed it
Why real n!ggas gotta suffer and gang leaders under that mountain?
Dead or alive, I never told
I'll give a million to who find it
Dead or alive, I'll give a million to who—
I got too much love for Inky D to put a K after 600
Tell Manny call my phone for his books, I got some money
You got thirty dollars, then send it
Who said it gotta be a hundred?
They remember what you did
But hold a grudge if it ain't nothing
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Main circle killers, yep, money, guns and whips
Your homie killer alive
You dissing me, n!gga, it been a year
Fifteen million in jewelry, though
Like a jewelry store, Smurk chandelier

[Bridge: Lil Durk]
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip

[Outro: Lil Durk]
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip
(Sipping on some sizzurp, sip)
(Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sizzurp)
(Sipping on some sizzurp, sip, sipping on some sip)
(Sipping on some sip)

Submitted by  Rollteam

Last Update: June 28, 2024

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FAQs & Knowledge

Who is the singer of "Went Hollywood For A Year" song?

"Went Hollywood For A Year" song is sung by Lil Durk.

Who is the lyrics writer of "Went Hollywood For A Year" song?

"Went Hollywood For A Year" song lyrics written by Lil Durk, Southside & S-MATT.

Who is the music producer of "Went Hollywood For A Year" song?

"Went Hollywood For A Year" song music composed & produced by Southside.

When was "Went Hollywood For A Year" song released?

"Went Hollywood For A Year" song was released on June 28, 2024.