Goldie Lookin Chain are a Welsh comedic rap music group from Newport, Wales. The group produces humorous, controversial and often explicit songs that satirise hip hop, today's consumer society, the "chav" culture and life in Newport and South Wales in general. The group recorded six albums prior to securing a major record deal. They signed to the East/West record label, the home of rock band The Darkness.
Features Song Lyrics for Goldie Lookin Chain's By Any Means Necessary album. New Day - Acoustic Version Lyrics. Goldie Lookin Chain Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Artist: Goldie Lookin Chain. Album: By Any Means Necessary. Download Goldie Lookin Chain - By Any Means Necessary. By Any Means Necessary: Best 2 songs. Goldie Lookin Chain - By Any Means Necessary 03:38. Goldie Lookin Chain - You'll Never Be Alone At Christmas You'll Never Be Alone On Christmas Day (The Three Wise Men Bundle), 2010 04:01. Artist: Goldie Lookin Chain.
Lyrics to "By Any Means Necessary" song by Goldie Lookin Chain: I get it I got it the game has begun how much longer till my final destination kick in the door wave. I need it by any means necessary. Im fiending like I need coke or pepsi Your Mrs needs good loving so get her to text me Cutting the corners and Im back on the fiddle Ignore the edge go straight for the middle Like Victorias secrets that Im dieing to spill Like the money you need from your Grandfathers Will I want the answers just give me a sign Ive. gotta get it gotta make it mine. I need it by any means necessary
Style: rap. Album year: 2009. Goldie Lookin Chain - New Day 03:26. Goldie Lookin Chain - By Any Means Necessary 02:55. Primordial Soup - Mixtape 3 - Goldie Lookin Chain. Everybody is a DJ - Band Remixes - Goldie Lookin Chain. The Mix Tape Two - Goldie Lookin Chain. New Day - Goldie Lookin Chain. R N' B - Goldie Lookin Chain.
Goldie Lookin Chain are a Welsh comedic rap music group from Newport, Wales. Many of the songs contain references to places and hang-outs local to Newport. By any means necessary is a translation of a phrase used by the French intellectual Jean-Paul Sartre in his play Dirty Hands. It entered the popular civil rights culture through a speech given by Malcolm X at the Organization of Afro-American Unity Founding Rally on June 28, 1964.
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|2||Out In The Cold||4:57|
|3||Song For Kelly||2:54|
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