Victory Lyrics – Fortye

Victory Lyrics by Fortye is a brand new English song which is presented here. Victory song lyrics are penned down by Fortye while its tune is made by Fortye.

“Victory” by Fortye critiques the gaming community with sharp lyrics and a dynamic beat. The song addresses streamers’ struggles with dwindling views, skill decline, and the pressure to maintain relevance. Fortye questions their authenticity, skill, and motivations, challenging them to step up their game or retire. He boasts his own prowess, dismissing fake personalities and highlighting his commitment to the competitive spirit of gaming. With a blend of confidence and critique, “Victory” asserts Fortye’s dominance while calling out the pretenders in the gaming world.

Victory Lyrics by Fortye

[Part I]

[Intro: static amour]
Eeurt si em tuohtiw yalp yeht emag yrevE
A victory

[Verse: static amour]
Them streaming hours getting neutralized, I can only watch the silence
The famous streamer we once knew is running out of views and not trying
The low-taper fade is irrelevant, it’s an old meme, just hearing it painful
You lost the game with a medallion, and I can even predict your angle
Fabricating stories that you carry the dub ’cause you ain’t win in a while
A pathetic master, a building hater, I can see your views dropping now
You’re not a top streamer, you a bad streamer with the hopes of being accepted
TSM member stood out, but YouTube never had you in the question
How you keep losing with a golden rifle? You keep losing, blame on the Wi-Fi
I can double down on that line, but spare you this fight, that’s random acts of kindness
Know you a master of building hater, you need to retire soon
But don’t say you TTV if you don’t know how to loot

[Part II]

[Intro: static amour]
Loot, loot, loot
Loot, loot, loot
Team, team, team, team, team, team

[Verse 1: static amour]
Yeah, I’m ’bout to crank, yeah, I’m low, okay
Yeah, that island right here’s gon’ float, okay
I ain’t thinking about no sniper
Gamer, I’m sniping all the trolls, okay
Got an SMG and a rifle in my back bling like Dakotaz, ayy
Whiplash, made his teammates and them type lose controller aim
Every botty wanna be teaming till they get banned, by them Epic Games
And I might use a bolt today, won the game, bodied the game
Oh, you thought V-Bucks, the towers, the aim will make you go away?
Have you ever played with a builder? Okay, gamer, let’s play
Have you ever shot your enemy down, like with a wooden base?
Have you ever played more than a round without a big complaint?
Well, I have, and I won at both, and I came out straight
I hate when a streamer talk about dubs then lose all the fights
They stop having fun, they hop online like, “Thinking ’bout quitting”
He faking for likes and digital love
His duo a quitter, he wanna be Ninja, they must have forgot the s*it that they done
Bad aiming must run in his family, but talk about cranking
I’ll shoot my g*n
The very first time I looked at your stream, the homie had told me you good at the game
I must’ve not looked enough, your aim, it show me you bad and make mistakes
Some botty had told me that you got a win, on God, I’m ready to double the wage
I’d rather do that than let a comedian streamer make Twitch turn in its grave
Cutthroat business, you ain’t gon’ win it
What is it, grenades?
I broke your building? You don’t wanna build with me no more? Okay
It’s three GOATs left, and I seen two of ’em winning and playing the game
I love ’em to death and in eight bars, I’ll explain that phrase, huh
It’s nothing no botty can tell me, huh
I wanna play with no Blevins, huh
You know I got teams to carry, huh
It’s no victory you can sell me, huh
Yeah, Clix and Ninja know I’m a selfish gamer
The crown is heavy, huh
I pray they my real team, if not, I’m like TSM Hamlinz
I don’t like you popping s*it at the game for him, I inherit the season
Yeah, fu*k all that pushing streams, let me see you push a team
You better off building again on him, you think about pushing me
He season twenty, I’m season two, and, yeah, I’m real OG
We ain’t gotta get personal, this a friendly game, you should keep it that way
I know some s*it about gamers that make Nick Eh 30 look like he crank
This ain’t been about winning, not about Tilted, not about who the greatest
It’s always been about winning games, now let me say I’m the biggest gamer
I hate the way that you stream, the way that you team, I hate the way that you res’
I hate the way that you peak this, if I catch height, I’m gon’ shoot your head
We hate the fact that you suck ’cause we confuse you for the best player
And notice I said “We”, is not just me, I’m what the gamers feeling
How many more Zero Build victories in your life till you get a dub?
How many more trash victories till you finally feel that you trash enough?
I like Ninja with the 90s, I don’t like Ninja when he don’t rush
You gonna make a gamer bring back pumps, let me see if dubs really crash something
Yeah, my first one like my last one, it’s a victory, you gon’ hack one
Let your core audience stomach that, then tell him where you get the mats from
Whiplash, it’s a fast one, baow-baow-baow, gold g*n
Headshot for the year, you better walk around like Rust Lord

[Verse 2: static amour]
Ayy, Top Squad, who the fu*k they think they playing with?
Victory my middle name as soon as you jump off at that bus, b!tch
I’m allergic to the lame s*it, only you like being famous
Lupo can’t get you no mats either, I don’t give a fu*k ’bout who you team with
I hate the way that you stream, the way that you team, I hate the way that you res’
Surprised you wanted that friend request
You know that we got some s*it to address
I even hate when you say the word “Taper”, but that’s just me, I guess
Some s*it just cringeworthy, it ain’t even gotta be deep, I guess
Still down when you shoot suppressed, every game with me is blessed
Keep making me laugh, calling kids trash, and it won’t be no threat
I’m knowing they call you The Bot, but where is the sweat? ‘Cause I ain’t even seen him yet
Matter fact, I ain’t even bleed him yet, can I bleed him? Bet
When I see you stand by Renegade, I believe you see two bad botties
I believe you don’t like victories, it’s real competition, you might farm mats with ’em
Let’s speak on percentage, show me your Twitch, I’ll make sure I double back with ya
You played with a gamer that played with a gamer that say he played with that gamer
Try cease and desist on the “Spike Trap” record?
Ho, what? You ain’t like that record?
“Back To Mats”, I like that record
I’m’a get back to that, for the record
Why would I call around tryna get dirt on gamers? Y’all think all my life is mats?
That’s ho s*it, I got a game to play but I can see you know nothing ’bout that
Farming some mats, know nothing ’bout that
Winning all day, know nothing ’bout that
Then building up ramps that grind through life like game by game, know nothing ’bout that
Killing some trolls and noobies while streaming man, listen, man, you don’t know nothing ’bout that
Speaking the truth and consider what bots considering, you don’t know nothing ’bout that
Ain’t twenty-V-one, it’s a one-V-twenty if I gotta smack gamers that fight with you
Yeah, bring ’em out too, I’ll clean ’em out too
Tell TEAM that he better stay right with you
Am I battling sweat or aimbot? Ninja hacking for wins, not awesome
Funny he was in a game screaming “Aimbot”
And my bounty telling me to off him
I’m’a scar gamers all in they coffin
Yeah, TTV streamers is d!ck riders
Tell ’em shoot with a golden g*n, they imitate sweaty kids, they can’t imitate this violence
What I learned is gamers don’t like the Sweat Coast
And I’m fine with it, I’ll push the line with it
Pick a gamer off one at a time with it
We can be on a three-season time difference
Don’t speak on a victory, Jonesy
It could get deep for the victory, Jonesy
Talk about me and my victory, Jonesy?
Someone gon’ bleed for your victory, Jonesy
I’ll be in new Loot Lake getting gold g*ns with a big pot and a bandage, Jonesy
Tell me you’re grinding, fam
We can do this right now on the camera, Jonesy
Ayy, fu*k y’all gamers, I don’t trust y’all gamers
I wave one finger and jump y’all gamers like, mm
Double pump y’all gamers, they punk y’all gamers, nobody never took my loot
Whoever that’s fu*king with ’em, fu*k you gamers and fu*k the botty kids too
If you take it there, I’m taking it further
Psst, that’s something you don’t wanna do

[Outro: static amour]
We don’t wanna hear ’bout low taper no more
We don’t wanna hear ’bout low taper no more

Victory Lyrics Explained

[Part I]

[Intro: static amour]
The Intro sets the tone with reversed words, symbolizing the backwardness and confusion surrounding the concept of victory.

[Verse: static amour]
This verse paints a vivid picture of a once-prominent streamer’s downfall. The imagery of “streaming hours getting neutralized” suggests that the streamer’s content is losing its appeal and relevance. Despite their past fame, they’re now struggling to maintain viewership and seem disinterested in improving.

The mention of a “low-taper fade” reflects outdated trends, emphasizing the streamer’s inability to adapt to changing times. Their reliance on past successes, symbolized by the “medallion,” is criticized as they fail to achieve victory in current games.

The verse accuses the streamer of fabricating stories about their gaming prowess to maintain an illusion of success. Despite their efforts, their viewership is dwindling, and they’re labeled as a “bad streamer” desperately seeking acceptance.

The reference to TSM (Team SoloMid) contrasts the streamer’s aspirations with reality, highlighting their failure to reach the level of true gaming greatness. Their excuses, blaming losses on external factors like Wi-Fi, are seen as feeble attempts to mask their inadequacies.

Ultimately, the verse suggests that the streamer should retire gracefully rather than clinging to a fading spotlight. The admonition to not claim affiliation with TTV (Twitch TV) without the skills to back it up serves as a final critique of their lack of authenticity.

[Part II]

[Intro: static amour]
The Intro emphasizes the core elements of gaming: gathering loot and working together as a team to achieve victory.

[Verse 1: static amour]
This verse is a scathing critique of gamers who prioritize fame and popularity over skill and integrity. It begins with a declaration of readiness to engage in gameplay (“’bout to crank”), followed by a dismissal of distractions such as snipers, emphasizing a focus on defeating trolls. The mention of Dakotaz and back bling symbolizes admiration for skilled players and the desire to emulate their success.

The verse condemns those who exploit glitches and cheat codes to gain an advantage, only to face consequences when caught by the game developers. The use of weapons like the bolt highlights the ruthlessness of the gaming world, where winning is paramount.

Fortye lambasts streamers who boast about their skills but fail to deliver in actual gameplay, likening them to comedians who tarnish the reputation of platforms like Twitch. He dismisses the notion of gaming as a friendly competition, exposing the cutthroat nature of the industry.

The mention of influential gamers like Ninja and Clix underscores the desire for recognition and success, while also criticizing those who ride on the coattails of others. Fortye asserts his own authenticity and dedication to the game, contrasting himself with those who rely on gimmicks and shortcuts.

The verse concludes with a challenge to the gaming community, questioning the value of hollow victories and calling for a return to genuine competition. Fortye asserts his own integrity and commitment to excellence, refusing to compromise his principles for fleeting fame. The reference to the Rust Lord signifies a determination to maintain a formidable presence in the gaming world, regardless of external pressures or temptations.

[Verse 2: static amour]
This verse is a bold proclamation of dominance and disdain toward gamers who prioritize fame and manipulation over genuine skill and integrity. It begins with a challenge to remember the speaker’s name and asserts their authority within the gaming community. The use of profanity emphasizes their assertiveness and refusal to tolerate mediocrity.

The speaker declares victory as their middle name, suggesting an unwavering confidence in their abilities from the moment they enter the game. They express contempt for those who seek fame through deceitful tactics, dismissing them as unworthy adversaries. The reference to Lupo, a prominent gamer, highlights the speaker’s indifference to external validation and alliances.

The verse continues with a litany of grievances against the targeted streamer, criticizing everything from their gameplay tactics to their social interactions. The speaker expresses disgust at the streamer’s behavior and mocks their attempts at forming connections within the gaming community. The disdain for the word “Taper” suggests a distaste for trends and superficiality within gaming culture.

Despite their disdain, the speaker acknowledges the amusement derived from the streamer’s antics, albeit with a hint of sarcasm. They question the streamer’s authenticity and suggest that they lack the dedication and skill required to compete at a high level.

The verse concludes with a warning to the streamer and their associates, asserting the speaker’s willingness to confront any challengers head-on. The reference to “TTV streamers” highlights the speaker’s contempt for those who exploit their affiliation for personal gain. They assert their willingness to defend their position and challenge anyone who dares to oppose them.

Overall, this verse serves as a bold declaration of the speaker’s superiority and disdain for those who prioritize fame over skill and authenticity in the gaming community. It emphasizes the importance of integrity and dedication in gaming while warning against the consequences of deceitful practices.

[Outro: static amour]
The Outro expresses a desire to move past superficial trends or discussions (“low taper”) and urges to cease their mention or relevance.

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