La Banda Bastön - Quiúbole (Angol translation)

Angol translation

What's up?*

Ah, ah, hey, hey,
yeah aha, in the studio, okay, ah ah
the year is...what year is it?
yeah, on the mike (on the mike) okay
you know what Once? listen, yeah.
 
I come from Baja Sur, my name's Mü
I rap freely with all of my crew, true
Listen to my flow, my attitude has the virtue
of making you sweat when you're dancing in the club,
in the street or in your neighborhood, it's all the same.
Just feel my rhythm, it's an orgasm full of light,
like going through the cosmos sitting on the bus,
I have a good time*, my cure is that expressive music,
I give it a "like" when I'm in my house,
I hit like Bruce Lee, strictly hip-hop,
I'm Mictlantecuhtli1 on the mike, bringing that orchestra
we smoke endlessly2, 'til morning we drink by the liter
whiskey on the rocks, cold ones3
with smoke in our mouths, this is a night for partying.
 
[Chorus]
What's up, what's going on, what's happening,
what's up boys and girls,
what's up to all of the band,
hands in the air, the house is banging4. [x2]
 
One after the other, the goods are handed out
Muroslav rolls out the sweetest rhymes
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it's my ego that's competing, "I'm the best" it keeps repeating,
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whenever you want, they call me "master"
and they blush when they push against me
as they wet their panties
two, three groupies shake their asses,
they're my girls, ask them whose their daddy,
we're drunks, we're pretend pimps,
but they ask for more and more, my rhyme is the best
with a distinct flow, animal instinct,
taking her high and tearing her apart
if I got a mike you know what's gonna happen.
 
[Chorus]
What's up, what's going on, what's happening,
what's up boys and girls,
what's up to all of the band,
hands in the air, the house is banging4. [x2]
 
My style is passed throughout the entire city,
I spit smoke if I speak in the language of Rap,
I'm controlling the words, (so) nothing comes out wrong
the rest is a disaster, real life. [x2]
 
[Chorus]
What's up, what's going on, what's happening,
what's up boys and girls,
what's up to all of the band,
hands in the air, the house is banging4. [x2]
 
My style is passed throughout the entire city,
I spit smoke if I speak in the language of Rap,
I'm controlling the words, (so) nothing comes out wrong
the rest is a disaster - real life. [x2]
 
[Chorus]
What's up, what's going on, what's happening,
what's up boys and girls,
what's up to all of the band,
hands in the air, the house is banging4. [x2]
 
And now my friend, I said hip-hop, what's up
and now my friend, I said hip-hop, what's up
my friend, I said hip-hop, what's up
I said hip-hop, what's up
 
  • 1. Mictlāntēcutli in Aztec mythology, was a god of the dead and the king of Mictlan.
  • 2. lit. 'without filters'.
  • 3. lit. 'barley'. 'Cebada' is slang for 'beer'.
  • 4. a. b. c. d. or 'lit', everyone is having a really good time.
  • No utilicen mis traducciones sin crédito o permiso. — Don't use my translations without credit or permission.

  • Tienen permiso de usar mis traducciones como base para hacer otras traducciones, pero solo en este sitio con crédito. — You have permission to use my translations as a base to make other translations, but only on this site and with credit.

  • Terminology: lit. (literally), lat. (latin term), pr. (pronunciation).
Kűldve: phantasmagoria Szombat, 21/10/2017 - 23:41
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*= Slang for "what's up", a form of greeting. It consists of 3 words, "qué" "hubo" "le", "¿qué hubo? by itself (without "le) is also another for of greeting and slang for "what's happening?".
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Quiúbole

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