Jimmy Wopo - Elm Street (Audio, Video) - Music Video
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The song was produced by Stevie B.
Two years ago, the rap game lost rising Pittsburgh rapper Jimmy Wopo in a fatal shooting.
He was only twenty-one, a single year older than XXXTentacion, who was also murdered in an act of gun violence that same day.
A brutal end to an exciting young voice, and one that continues to haunt his fans to this day.
In honor of Wopo's memory, it feels appropriate to take things back to where it all began -- his playfully charismatic take on "Elm Street." Originally released in 2016, Wopo's breakout single had all the instant trappings of a hit.
For one, an infectious instrumental from Stevie B, who blended a mischievous piano with an instantly iconic (especially for Eazy-E fans) beeper loop; one might even argue that this song was a predecessor to Kendrick Lamar's "Humble," in both presentation and general attitude.
Second, it allowed Wopo to exude the full extent of his character, multifaceted as it was.
Charismatic, imposing, and confident.
Not to mention attuned to both gang and geek culture, his violent threats coming juxtaposed with prominent video game and cartoon characters like Pikachu and Donkey Kong.
For the most part, "Elm Street" is as effective a single as they come, even if it has become a bittersweet place to revisit.
Rest in peace Jimmy Wopo.
Gone too soon.
Jimmy Wopo - Elm Street (prod.
Stevie B) Watch Video Lyrics.
[Intro] Uh huh, uh, one thirteen nine seven nigga A legend was made nigga, uh Tune the fuck in, turn me up nigga Lord forgive me for my sins, real shit [Verse 1] Out here gang bangin', I was born in the ninties 'Bout eleven, twelve, when I first decided What the fuck I'ma claim, who the fuck I'ma ride with Bitch I'm Eight Block for life so I got that shit tatted T'd up on these niggas like the offensive lineman Youngin clockin' out, I was putting that time in Niggas steady hating 'cause they jumped in behind me I said fuck it, get this money, I'ma kill 'em with kindness Shit was adding up, now it's starting to minus Used to shoot it out, it was easy to find us Now we getting older, it's just homework and science Before I come up out the crib I gotta peep through the blinds Rocked jeans and my Nikes, in the 'jects shooting dice Lil Deck to my left, Top Dawg to my right Pull up to the light, double cup with some ice Glock 17, if I don't up it quick 'gainst them, that's my life In the hood where I'm from you go through shit you don't like If your daddy was a rat then your ass is a mice Go get your brother, get your cousin, niggas taking your bike It's Jimmy Wop, he offed an opp, don't make me do this shit twice [Chorus] One, two, make me come up out that roof Three, four, better watch that back door Five, six, bitch we finna do a hit Seven, eight, hundred shots in my AK Nine, ten, you can't see behind the tint Lord, forgive me for my sins Lord, forgive me for my sins Lord, forgive me for my sins [Verse 2] I got niggas throwing bricks for free I got niggas doing hits for cheap Make it thunder nigga, OKC On McScary with my killers nigga, free KD Used to be my friends now they my enemies Since elementary knew I'll see penitentiaries Been a bad lil nigga, no common sense for me I ain't never had shit up under the Christmas tree It's a mystery, Scooby Doo Uzi made 'em do the hula hoop Choppa make 'em chicken noodle soup I got some hitters like to toot and boot Rubber handle, fuck a wrestle, nigga no Farooq Donkey Kong clips let that banana shoot On my Pokémon shit, I let it peek at you Spin blocks, spin back again, that shit like deja vu [Chorus] One, two, make me come up out that roof Three, four, better watch that back door Five, six, bitch we finna do a hit Seven, eight, hundred shots in my AK Nine, ten, you can't see behind the tint Lord, forgive me for my sins Lord, forgive me for my sins Lord, forgive me for my sins Elm Street