Biography of Tamell Bailey
The reflective lyrics of BiG Bailey illustrates that there is more to life and hip-hop than money, cars, and jewelry. He is a passionate poet at heart who is able to freestyle rap over any instrumental with needle precision. He was born Tamell Bailey in Queens, New York, and raised in Langley, South Carolina. Heavily influenced by phenomenal musicians such as Kanye West, Eminem, Tupac, and Talib Kweli, BiG Bailey depicts life's emotional roller coaster with each word he delivers. So, strap yourself in and get ready for the ride of your life!
Tamell Bailey Poems
You Are A Woman :)
You are a woman, A strong woman, A grown woman, One who WON'T give me what I want just cause I want it woman.
Becoming A Man
Thought I was a man when i was just a boy Using women for what i wanted like they were toys Now i know i was wrong, and they deserve respect I use to try to control, but now i lead instead
Hey Fat Man
A stranger asked me…'hey fat man, why are you so fat' That's like saying 'hey nigger man, why are you so black' For in my country tis' of thee, we’ve seen the same type of hardships Hatred and discrimination based on physical, discarded…
When I was little I remember strugglin’ in September Grandmother sick in November and knew that it would continue Until we entered - return from taxes, While March winds startin’ We earnin’ a mattress, I never had this-no sleepin’ on the floor
All Of My Heart
Baby let me explain how you make me feel Everyday you marinate in my heart, a tasty meal Don’t want to escape this deal, I’m laying my cards down
I cannot speak I cannot hear I cannot think I cannot see
I am Saved, I believe in His word. He died on the cross for me, so observe The beautiful kingdom he has created. The gifts he has given can never be taken.
Lost Friends I lost 2 friends, now they’re enemies, So I wish that they would have never befriended me.
The Wonderful Devil
The Wonderful Devil Isn’t she lovely, - So wonderful,
Thank You For B-Dizing Me
Thank you for leaving me alone, like a dog with no bone, Because that's the ON-LY thing you thought my mom was good for, Thank you for the times at night, when i cried and tried to die,
White And Black And...
White and Black and…Who are we afraid of? Black and White and…What are we made of? I’m living my life as a black man in America,
If love is a battlefield, then you can call me lieutenant Though it feels like a world war within, when I'm hit I get back in it Scrapes, bruises, tears and emotional bloodshed No physical weapons, use lyrical ammunition instead
Listen to the painful life she overcame Then if you feel her heat you can listen to her flame Listen to her knowledge and listen to her change Through years of shedding tears she’s been ridiculed, ashamed
Hey Fat Man
A stranger asked me…'hey fat man, why are you so fat'
That's like saying 'hey nigger man, why are you so black'
For in my country tis' of thee, we’ve seen the same type of hardships
Hatred and discrimination based on physical, discarded…
From the rest of our society for reasons that we can't control
You probably think I eat all day pressing on remote controls
But the truth is that sometimes I wish I could remote my soul
While living outside my own flesh dig myself out this hopeless hole