Rapper Bleszt Drops “Sorry” And “Ain’t No N_” And Spits On Sevyn Streeter’s “Say It”

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Jersey MC Bleszt is readying to drop his seventh #GoalDigger mixtape. Some of his latest drops include a remix of Justin Bieber’s Sorry. Bleszt dispatches his inner vulnerability in the lyrics:

When you lose what you need
You will bleed ’til you have it

I’m sorry I made you frown
But I promise Imma hold it down
Love never fails
No failure above
If there’s a failure, then it wasn’t love

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO SORRY BY BLESZT.

In “Ain’t No N__”, it’s the brick bandit in him all over the track, as he makes it clear that no one will cross him—in case you forgot. On that track he is joined by Average Kid and DJ Swift.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THIS SONG.

He collaborates with Sevyn Streeter’s remake about a man’s indecisiveness in a romantic relationship. Just how many other women are there, she wants to know. He assures her that all the talk she’s been hearing is jus that. Then, he goes into a little monologue in his deceptively sweet voice:

You know I love you
I love what we got…You keep tripping over…[things you hear]
It’s not going no room to built…no room to breathe
If I can’t breathe, I get uncomfortable
When I get uncomfortable I leave.

“Show it…prove it,” he says, before blowing a series of kisses.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE “SAY IT” REMIX.

The seventh edition of #GoalDigger will drop later on this month. Be sure to watch out for it.

Meanwhile, be sure to keep with Newark’s very own Bleszt…

BLESZT ON SOUNDCLOUD| BLESZT ON TWITTER| BLESZT ON FACEBOOK| BLESZT ON YOUTUBE | BLESZT ON INSTAGRAM

AND CLICK HERE TO READ AN INTERVIEW WITH THE RAPPER.

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