Dax – Jay Z Blueprint 2 Remix [Official Video]

Dax - Jay Z Blueprint 2 Remix [Official Video]

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Official YouTube Video for Blueprint 2 by Dax

Nwosu Jr., a Nigerian rapper based in Canada and widely recognized by his stage name Dax, dropped an intense remix of Jay-Z’s timeless tune “The Blueprint 2” on his YouTube platform. Entitled “Dax — Jay Z Blueprint 2 Remix [Official Video],” the video showcases Dax’s unique interpretation of the renowned track, turning it into a canvas for sharing his personal narrative and challenges.

In his song, Dax reflects on his journey and struggles, narrating a narrative of perseverance and triumph. He speaks of his determination to succeed despite challenges, doubling his efforts when faced with obstacles and minimizing exposure to negativity. Dax acknowledges the support of his mother and recalls moments of doubt and pain, seeking solace in music and his relentless work ethic.

Throughout the verses, he recounts his experiences of starting late in the game, studying the greats, and carving his own path in the music industry. Dax shares personal anecdotes, including his upbringing, academic endeavors, and confrontations with deceit and betrayal. He emphasizes his transformation from adversity, channeling his pain and anger into his craft.

Dax expresses a relentless drive to succeed, fueled by his past struggles and fueled by a desire to leave a lasting legacy. He asserts his confidence in his abilities, dismissing detractors and embracing his identity as a relentless artist. The song serves as a declaration of resilience, defiance, and triumph over adversity, with Dax unapologetically asserting his place in the music world and beyond.

Blueprint 2 Lyrics by Dax

[Verse]
Knew I was coming, I told them I was soldier
Doubled the work when they minimized the exposure
Called my momma and told her I’m taking over
She started gassing me up just like a general motor
Told me that I would pop kinda sum-so(r)da
Glass was half empty and now the cup runnest over
Had to go to doctor
Told him to give me pills for the pain I knew would feel when I had the game on my shoulders
Started penning the pad, I was 22 years of age
Had to make up some time ’cause I knew that I started late
Obsessive compulsive with it while studying all the greats
I added my own chapter, this remix another page
Now I’m selling out these shows, I can hear them screaming my name
Out the booth, to the stage, then back in booth again
Making music you feel in your soul and that’s makes your brain
Connect on deeper level while pushing you to be great
Who do I idolize? The one and only God
Looking back I’m thankful momma used to beat me with that rod
Wasn’t always justified but see life was real hard
As a woman with 3 kids working like 3 jobs
Thinking back I was troubled and lost while in my youth
Asking the wrong questions, reading the wrong truths
Fighting appeasing ego, stealing to pay for hoop
While chasing these stupid bitches to eat the forbidden fruit
Went to church got baptized, boat I was in capsized
Overtime in the gym, in a year I became that guy
Hoop I did it religiously, pray I did that consistently
Mixing the two together, then altered my inner chemistry
25 points a game, kept unloading the clip
Carleton Ravens University, coach said I was him
Then lied to my fucking face and tried sabotaging my shit
So I packed up my fucking bags and went got my own scholarship
That’s a fact! I had to get it out the mud
Undersized, no looks, no help, no love
Pass up living life the parties, drinking, smoking, doing drugs
And popping bottles getting litty wit these niggas in the club
To understand the man I am you must know who I was
And how every L doubled up and transformed itself to a dub
Through my work consistency, repetition, and love
Mixed with the pain that inspired the anger to rise above
You gon’ remember me, ya, that’s my promise, I’m here and I’ma leave the legacy
There’s no containing my grind and my fucking energy
I put my heart and my soul inside of these melodies
I’m sparking minds with my fire and my intensity
If you think I’m gonna stop, you must be smoking methamphetamine
I don’t ever get tired there no c-c-c-c-catching me
This right here is my destiny
Better pray for enemies ’cause they can’t match my pedigree
And that’s a fact, and yeah, I’m probably a narcissist
How the fuck y’all think I always drop the hardest shit?
I focus on myself, and if you ain’t a part of it
You’re dead to me and rest in piss with all the other carcasses
In four years I had to go to three different colleges
That’s the result of believing in empty promises
Swallowed my pride, it’s secreted in my esophagus
But now I’m sick with it, so fuck it I’m bout to vomit it, ah
I’m out of reach, I set the bar to high
Fuck you, for saying and thinking I couldn’t fly
I gave my heart to the game and the day I had to cut ties
I was in the state of delusion and actually started to cry
Fell to my knees, was disgusted and looked up right to the sky
Told God I’m getting revenge, then waiting for a reply
And as the tears filled up and started leaving my eyes
I said it’s fuck these pussies until the day that I die
The fuck you thought was going to happen?
I took that energy put it into the rapping
Hopped in my bag and let go of all of the baggage
I took my thoughts and converted them into action
Then, in the midst of the pain, I seeped in the madness
Started thinking and crafting, devising a plan to attack ’em, burn them turn them to ashes
Then harbored it, turned myself into a savage
Became one of the hardest to walk on the planet
And now you gotta watch, that’s how the story goes
That’s how this chapter writes, that’s how my pen flows
That’s how my words flip, hit, click, boom
Then blow a gap in the matrix and leave a gaping hole
For everybody who doubted me and has told me no
Who couldn’t measure the passion I had inside my soul
Every seed that I planted and that I ever sewed
For every rep that I did and all the sweat I poured
Overnight as a janitor back when I was broke
To back in Canada walking out in the freezing cold
The welfare and having to wear the same clothes
And all the bitches who cheated and never did me wrong
For everybody who laughed and said that I was a joke
I hope you feel every word I say, and I ever spoke
Then have to swallow your pride and in the process choke
Try to stomach the fact that I said I told you so (wah!)

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