ICM Signs Sequin AR, Launches Augmented Reality TV and Film Division

“I am thrilled to be working with ICM to make shows that were previously impossible.” “We are making it easier for talent and producers to use cutting edge technology, usually reserved for tent-pole films to create new formats and develop new revenue streams using digital humans, Unreal Engine, AI, volumetric capture, and augmented reality,” said DeFranco.
Founded by Lawrence Jones and Robert DeFranco, Sequin AR is a creative augmented reality content company. Providing viral AR content and netting over a billion views, Sequin AR recently worked with Madonna for her Billboard Music Awards performance.” /> Jones and DeFranco previously worked at The Future Group where their projects included the flooding visualizations for The Weather Channel and an AR-enhanced performance by K/DA at last year's League of Legends World Championship Finals. They also worked with Epic Games Unreal Engine, the company behind the successful Fortnite video game. They also received an Emmy for the augmented reality work they did for this year's Super Bowl.
They have also signed on to enhance existing film and television properties. EXCLUSIVE: ICM Partners has signed Sequin AR and will represent the company in digital, as well as alternative television in new formats.

‘Humans’: AMC & Channel 4 Cancel Kudos-Produced Sci-Fi Drama After Three Seasons

The Humans cast and crew were and are the best and we wouldn’t have got a second season without their talent and dedication, let alone a third. The pair wrote, “Sadly, there won’t be a fourth season of Humans. We got to make the show we wanted to make, for 24 episodes. We can’t name anyone without naming everyone, and that would mean we’d have to do this in an even smaller front – so here’s to every last actor, director, writer, producer, exec, commissioner, DoP, editor, composer, crew member and the unfailingly generous Swedish team behind the original version.” They supported the show brilliantly and above all – let us make three seasons. We’re gutted, of course, but we were so lucky. In this age of unprecedented choice and competition, we can have no complaints. Channel 4 and AMC were the perfect partners.
Season three of the show launched in the U.S.  It is set one year after the dawn of consciousness, where a decimated and oppressed synth population fights to survive in a world that hates and fears them. last June and in the UK the month before that.
Thanks for watching,” they added.” /> DM us Elon. Last year, exec producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd told Deadline that there was no end in sight for the drama, which ended with a surprise. The pair admitted that they “know we left some threads hanging”. If there’s anyone out there with a few million quid and an interest in AI stories, we’re all ears. “That was the way we always wrote the show. Maybe one day we’ll get a chance to pick them back up.
The worst thing about this is that we can’t keep the story going for the people that love it,” they noted. “Thank you so much for the messages, support, podcasts, bespoke mugs and for never setting up a petition to make us redo something. It means more than anything to see the show resonating with you like it did. The pair added that the last word has to go to the show’s fans.
The news came via a blog posted to social media by creators and writers Jonathan Brackley and Sam Vincent.
The Gemma Chan-fronted series has been cancelled after its third season. AMC and Channel 4 sci-fi drama Humans is coming to an end.

Artificial Intelligence Will Be Hollywood’s Next Big Star – Guest Column

In the future, AI will make it possible to deliver precision-targeted advertising and product placement inside the content that you’re watching. Advertisers will use AI to target individual viewers with inline ads and product placements and will be able to track and optimize the return on their advertising investments. Your favorite movie and TV characters will drink your favorite drink, drive your next dream car, and drive past billboards with advertisements that have been place there just for you. AI will disrupt advertising as we know it as real-time product placement and precision targeting fundamentally change how advertising is delivered.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick’s seminal science fiction film that examined our evolution as human beings and technology’s role in our development. Looking back, you can argue that Kubrick was surprisingly prescient in depicting man’s relationship with machines as companies like Amazon, Google and Apple continue to invest in AI-related products and services. Instead of HAL, the supercomputer villain in Kubrick’s film, we have Alexa, Siri and Watson to help us avoid traffic and find shortcuts to work or answer simple questions like, “What year did 2001: A Space Odyssey come out?”
AI will be able to automatically compile user-generated content and content from other sources to create new streams of content that takes personalization to a new level. In the future, AI will make it possible to create real-time, custom-curated streams of content that are tailored just for you. Your daily sports updates will be customized to feature your favorite sports, teams and players and will mix in just the right amount of content from outside your current areas of interest to keep you informed and let you explore new areas of potential interest. News, lifestyle, and entertainment content will be custom-curated to optimize your own personal viewing experience and adjusted over time as your interests grow and change.
AI can already create amazing music and poetry, and it won’t be long before advanced AI along with computer animation and visual effects will make it possible to create and render real-time storylines that are targeted at small groups or even individual viewers. AI will be able to create content on a hyper-personalized level on-demand — entertainment made just for me (songs, characters, shows, etc. The endgame for AI in entertainment will be the creation of entirely new content that is created just for a narrow niche of users. that don’t yet exist).
Here are some of the areas where artificial intelligence promises to change the way we watch TV and movies: As someone who has been at the leading edge in the media business, I’ve seen a lot of hits and misses when it comes to technology, but artificial intelligence is transformative and different, and will have a fundamental impact on the entertainment industry.
And even though reality hasn’t caught up with fiction as it’s depicted in Kubrick’s masterpiece, how we watch movies like his through emerging technologies like artificial intelligence will be here before you know it.” /> Artificial intelligence will play a pivotal role in that endeavor. While much has changed since 2001: A Space Odyssey first appeared on the silver screen, man’s quest for advancement has not.
It will recommend new content based not only on what you have watched in the past, but on what your friends and others with interests like yours have found binge-worthy. AI will eliminate the need for traditional programming guides and DVRs by pushing content to the appropriate output device at the perfect time for consumption. AI will know what you watch and will queue it up for you on your device without you having to ask.
And while there’s no denying the promise of artificial intelligence as the next big thing, how we consume content is one area where we may see its impact sooner rather than later. By doing so, they will make it easier for consumers to use programming, while providing more access to content and developing new AI-related technologies like voice control. As content consumption behaviors continue to evolve in today’s highly fragmented media landscape, media companies and platforms need to harness artificial intelligence to improve the quality of viewing and content experiences.
At TiVo, he oversees the company's annual $400 million IP business and about 6,000 issued patents, as well as its pending applications worldwide. Editors' Note: Industry veteran Arvin Patel is Chief Intellectual Property Officer at TiVo and former chief IPO officer at Technicolor, with previous stints at Rovi and IBM. He also leads TiVo’s global organization of IP professionals overseeing portfolio development and management, licensing, strategic patent acquisition, policy, and the company’s long-term innovation strategy.

VFX Supervisor Everett Burrell Brings AIs, Soaring Megalopolis & Real-World Science To ‘Altered Carbon’

It was these pie wedges of seats that were three levels tall that you could move around, so we really lucked out. We found a really good location at the University of [British Columbia], that had this theater in the round, where they would do more intimate theater performances—and it was this amazing, round shape.
Joel [Kinnaman] was definitely creeped out by it. It's based on a real, weird deep sea creature that Laeta really liked, that we modified to be almost this creepy eel. But the reference for the movement was amazing.” /> In fact, we had a real eel on set that our actor held as reference, that would flop around—so the animation of that creature is based on a real eel flopping around on those chopsticks. We nicknamed him “Little Joel,” because Joel didn't like him.
To build out a futuristic world operating by its own rules—with new vocabulary, new technology, and its own strange social hierarchy—Burrell would have to do his share of real-world, scientific research while allowing the imagination to take him where it would.
In the VR world, we had very specific looks for where the VR machine was. It was a really fun idea. Then, there's Poe in the VR world. Poe's VR is very advanced and very high end, because he's an AI source. So we used a 360-degree VR camera to shoot those sequences, and then we unwrapped that 360 view and flattened it out, so you saw these weird distorted edges.
Whether you were in Poe's VR, or Elliot's bubble fab VR, or the AI Union Club VR, every one had its individual look. And we did what's called “breeding,” so we could ease in and out of the color and the static and stuff, so it always had a life to it. Jill [Bogdanowicz], our colorist over at Deluxe, gave each VR environment its own look. It's eight cameras we had to stitch together to make up this VR world.
There was a lot of work that went into that.” “We’re very proud of that, and I think it’s definitely a testament to the crew,” the VFX supervisor says. “Not just the visual effects, but the special effects and makeup and wardrobe.
If you’re looking for the most spectacular, technically sophisticated episode of Altered Carbon’s first season, look no further than Episode 1, “Out of the Past,” for which Burrell and company built a world to carry a series.
But if we flattened it out into its natural state before it gets wrapped into a VR sphere, what would that look like? [Cinematographer] Neville Kidd and myself and the director, Nick Hurran, were playing around, looking for fun things to do, and we knew we couldn't use the VR part of it, because we weren't a VR show. 150 crewmembers had to hide behind the walls in order to get those plates. It was tricky to shoot because when you shoot something that's 360 degrees, the crew can't be anywhere. It gave us a really unique effect for some of those shots. You have to clear the set completely, and the camera was mounted on a little remote control vehicle that was rolling on the floor, and would follow Joel Kinnaman around.
Abu Dhabi, buildings that are so incredibly high that they don't look real in the first place. But I think the inspiration really was various cities from around the world—Tokyo, and Brazil—and we tried to take pieces from real-world cities. Obviously, Blade Runner was a big influence because we're very much a cyberpunk world. One of the first movies we screened together as a group was Blade Runner, along with a bunch of other great film noir, black-and-white stuff like The Third Man.
Is there a science behind it? We got into Elder tech, which is what the aliens have gifted to the human race that allows their cars to fly, that allows the stacks to exist, that allows buildings to be built 8,000 feet tall without collapsing. We tried to get into, how tall can we make buildings?
We knew we were going to have CG stuff, we were going to have CG vehicles, but we tried to tie things to the real sets as much as possible. But it was a lot of wire removal, and then we would add additional camera float, and a little distortion here and there if they crossed through the Null-G field. That was a lot of fun, but it was a lot of work. We wanted to not do any CG characters; we wanted to keep it all real, and that was the theme throughout the show.
For the Null-G fight, which was inside the core of Bancroft's tower, the idea would be that they used this Elder tech core that holds up the Suntouch House tower, and inside it, you can control the gravity. Whether it's Zero-G or maximum, increased gravity, that core helps the building stand up. He's modified the core of his building to be this fight arena so they could do Null-G battles.
What was your inspiration there? In one terrifying moment, Takeshi Kovacs comes into contact with a terrifying, tapeworm-like organism.
Winning an Emmy as a makeup effects creator before transitioning to an accomplished career as a visual effects supervisor, Everett Burrell needed to bring all of his talents to the table with Netflix cyberpunk series Altered Carbon, in order to bring an intricate, expansive sci-fi world to life.
So Poe exists in the real world and can construct himself. He can also construct objects. It's all a façade, and he can control everything and be everywhere. The hotel is all AI, so if nobody was in the hotel and he turned off all the AI, you'd just see concrete walls.
Altered Carbon often bombards the viewer with incredible holographic visuals. How were those created?
So we broke it down into various levels. The Grounders were at the very bottom; we had this Twilight area where the middle class existed; and then Aerium, which was where Bancroft and the other Meths lived.
Can you recall what was discussed in early conversations about Altered Carbon, in terms of the way you would capture the series’ world?
It was really intriguing to me because there was so much great stuff in the scripts—I was like, "Wow, I'm really blown away.” I had a meeting with Laeta Kalogridis, [executive producer] Steve Blackman, and Carey Meyer, our production designer, and we really just sat down and talked a lot about the world, and the things they wanted to do to bring the world to life.
Set in the megalopolis of Bay City—what became of San Francisco—in 2384, Laeta Kalogridis’ series imagines a world where consciousness has been extracted onto miniature disks, buildings extend thousands of feet in the air, AIs roam freely, and holographic advertisements litter the public space.
What went into bringing the series’ AI characters to life?
We had a lot of fun researching and getting into that, and then we shot a lot of actors to fulfill the advertisements as well. So we had a great stable of generic holograms—like a lawyer or a housewife doing a commercial for cereal, or some kids playing with a hula-hoop. We definitely had an amazing library and an amazing supporting cast of characters that were holograms. We filmed those very early on, so Double Negative had a library to choose from, but then a lot of them were completely CG that were created.
It's these carbon particles that are connected together by electricity, and you can build forms with them—but we took it to the next science-fiction level. In the book, I think it was Jimi Hendrix or the Hendrix Hotel. He can form in the real world based on what's called Teslaphoresis—and it's an actual thing in the real world. There are a couple parts to it. There's AI that exists in the real world, and that would be Poe, who can manifest himself, and happens to choose the form of Edgar Allan Poe. We used that as a guide to how he builds and how he decomposes at the end. Obviously, we couldn't get the rights to that, so I think Poe was a really good choice for that character.
Rushes had an amazing graphics department and would just crank out some original, great, fun 3D designs of perfume, or guns, or weird products—and interfaced with Carey Meyer. We came up with hundreds of fun little gags; there's a lot of Easter eggs in the show. Our main vendor in the United Kingdom was Double Negative, and they partnered up with a company called Rushes. You'd have to really pay attention, but we definitely tip our hat to some of our competition in the holograms; you might see a Game of Thrones joke or two bouncing around.
From your perspective, what was the process in visualizing Bay City, in its full form?
We had a good jam session of ideas, and we all really jelled. The next meeting we had, we sat down and looked at some great science-fiction reference. From looking at real helicopters and aircraft carriers, to amazing cities around the world, to books about nature and National Geographic stuff.
We had a green screen at the very bottom of the set, so we could extend down to the bottom of the core, but it was pretty much all live on set. It was a challenge because we had to do it all there; there was no green screen used for the actors flying around. Joel was in the wires, I want to say 90% of the time, and there were actors that were also stunt players, so we could have them in the harness—and God love them, I think it was three or four days straight they were in those harnesses, working their asses off. The stunt rigging crew were able to put wires on the ceiling and hang our stunt people and our actors from the wires, and give them a little bit of a Zero-G feel.
We used that philosophy about the all-mighty dollar ruling this world. We weaved that Meth culture and Elder tech through this city, so if you have an apartment building, they'll do eminent domain and put a giant support structure right through your living room—that kind of thing. People happen to exist around it and try to function: Despite the fact that there are these 8,000-foot tall buildings above them, life must go on.
What was your process when it came to battle sequences, including the fight transpiring in zero gravity?

Reh Dogg – Bust The Trust lyrics

(Intro)
This song is for Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft
Did I say Amazon yeah there the biggest offenders
They’re all monopolies yeah
(Verse)
Amazon is a company filled with liberal fucks
Bought up Whole Foods, Washington Post now their buying up Toys r Us under a sister name
FTC you need to do your job yeah break them up yeah you got me singing in my head
What the fuck
What the fuck
Google no better creating AI’s it’s a threat to humanity too much power hungry entities
They use themselves to block conservatism message is promoting liberalism
As doctor Savage has said in the past he wrote a book it’s called Liberalism is a mental disorder
(Chorus) 2 times
Too big o fail
Where’s the FTC bust the trust
(verse)
Bitter Twitter (4 times)
Busted for saving tweets that were private also archiving them
The platform is clearly dangerous killing and blocking conservatism
Yeah it’s not right yall a bunch of power hungry liberals yeah I don’t like yall
Yall just losers yeah now let me talk about Microsoft for a minute
For decades they installed their windows platform on windows computers
Clearly it’s a monopoly FTC do your job and stop them what the fuck need I say
What the fuck FTC do your job and stop them
(Chorus) 2 times
Too big to fail
Where’s the FTC bust the trust
(Verse)
Bust the trust it’s a must Amazon a company filled with liberal fucks
Bought up Wholefoods, Washington Post now Toys r us under a sister name
FTC you gotta do your job and break them up what the fuck need I say what the fuck
You what the fuck
Google no better building AI’s it’s a liberal threat cause they wanna kill humanity
I don’t get them it’s life or death their too powerful an entity they use Youtube to block conservatism
While they promote liberalism and doctor Savage told us liberalism is a mental disorder
Yall didn’t get it
(Chorus) 2 times
Too big to fail
Where’s the FTC bust the trust
(Break)
Bitter Twitter (12 times)
Bitter (7 times) Twitter
(Verse)
Bust them up you’re looking at private tweets archiving them it’s clearly dangerous
Killing and blocking conservatism while promoting liberalism
For decades Microsoft been monopolizing windows computers clearly it’s a monopoly
FTC sat back and did nothing it’s pathetic

Kehlani – Crzy (Sweetsexysavage Deluxe Album)

Crazy
I go, I go, I go
Everything I do, I do it with a passion
If I gotta be a bitch, I’mma be a bad one
I’m AI with the designs, du-ragging
Bounce back game two, why we talkin’ practice?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Pull up score when I want to
Best thing next to Heaven
They be tryna count me out though
I’m just countin’, countin’ blessing’s
A real woman by the paper
Niggas don’t know where I came from
Why I really-really came up
You never could say I’m back in
All this shit I’ve been through and it made me more real than assassin
I kill ’em, I kill ’em, I kill ’em with compassion
And baby if they askin’
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Lit, lit, lit, lit
Only L I take is to the face
You showed up to see me lose
But I overcome so you overcame
Basic, basic
Ain’t nothin’ ’bout me basic
I’m crazy, I’m crazy
Better watch what you say to me ’cause
Young Sway got the answers
Give ’em hell, give ’em pressure
Big couch, no manners
Dirty-dirty-dirty dancin’
Take a look at what I did
Go for circle with the wrist
Whippin’-whippin’ up the grits
Get a hand full of this nicely
I got it, I got it, I got it
And you gon’ respect it
Ain’t nothin’, ain’t nothin’, gon’ stop me from makin’ it happen
So baby if they askin’
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy

Kehlani – Crzy (On Jimmy Kimmel) (Live)

Crazy
I go, I go, I go
Everything I do, I do it with a passion
If I gotta be a bitch, I’mma be a bad one
I’m AI with the designs, du-ragging
Bounce back game two, why we talkin’ practice?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Pull up score when I want to
Best thing next to Heaven
They be tryna count me out though
I’m just countin’, countin’ blessing’s
A real woman by the paper
Niggas don’t know where I came from
Why I really-really came up
You never could say I’m back in
All this shit I’ve been through and it made me more real than assassin
I kill ’em, I kill ’em, I kill ’em with compassion
And baby if they askin’
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Lit, lit, lit, lit
Only L I take is to the face
You showed up to see me lose
But I overcome so you overcame
Basic, basic
Ain’t nothin’ ’bout me basic
I’m crazy, I’m crazy
Better watch what you say to me ’cause
Young Sway got the answers
Give ’em hell, give ’em pressure
Big couch, no manners
Dirty-dirty-dirty dancin’
Take a look at what I did
Go for circle with the wrist
Whippin’-whippin’ up the grits
Get a hand full of this nicely
I got it, I got it, I got it
And you gon’ respect it
Ain’t nothin’, ain’t nothin’, gon’ stop me from makin’ it happen
So baby if they askin’
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy

P. Reign – Prescription Freestyle

[Verse]
Today I had to pinch myself to wake up, boy wake up
Be thankful that you got your weight up
Be thankful that the woman layin’ next to you is bad even without no makeup
Be thankful that her momma made her, yeah
I stare at that pretty bitch as I reminisce about [?] in a world that ain’t gimme none
Shoutout Kobe and the Lakers, I learn from my favorite players
Like never shoot the 3 when there’s a layup
Roy Jones Jr. taught me my left hook
Resilience from Westbrook, waiting to see what my brother KD and the chef cooked
Meanwhile I been cookin’ up, shit is finally lookin’ up
Don’t look down, ’cause being good ain’t good enough
When they hear us talk they say it feel like rap
I heard your new shit and all I thought was it sound like trash
Pussy is power, she got a nigga hooked like crack
And got an onion, wanna cry when you peel that back
Like this can’t be life I must be dreamin’
I wake up and hit the gym to exercise my demons
Nowadays these niggas switchin’ up just like the seasons
Reps Up, with a punishment that’s there for treason, they won’t even
This is for the ones who doubted
Fuck rapping I’m shoutin’, I’m boomin’, you bouncin’, now witness the movin’ of mountains
Always knew I had this shit to a science
Back when me, Drizzy and Voice, recorded at Bryan’s
Before we called Toronto the six, and Carty was the only nigga from the city puttin’ out hits
Had a list for all the shit I want when I get rich, boss
And this gon’ be the year that the lines get crossed, off
Fuck informants, fuck law enforcement, I wanna fuck four hoes and call it a quartet
Scar from my childhood, I’m scared of divorces
And ’cause of that reason I cannot be yours yet
I wanted to forfeit, I pray to the pulpit
I could of just lost it, I’m fucking exhausted
There’s no more loyalty, gotta be cautious
Not enough soldiers and too many bosses
I paid my part nigga, never been ashamed to say I love my dogs
So where’s your heart nigga? Been there, done that, still rollin’ like I’m on run flats
Minor setback are just setups for major comebacks
Talkin’ bout the six, boy, we built that city
I show the real niggas love, and I got that clearly
I’m slavin’ while you was hatin’ boy, we call that envy
Want that drop can’t stop ’till I cop that Bentley
Stay quiet, boy you livin’ out your broke down Chevy
Gotta lightweight with me but he hold that heavy
Comin’ from where’s [?] and the foes ain’t friendly
Handle like AI and shoot like Reggie
Who gon’ check me

[Outro]
Rather die than live the way you livin’
If we ride ’em ride, that’s on my chariot
Eye for an eye and I ain’t kiddin’
Put on a suit and tie and handle business
And way before Meek switched up I was the realest
In the city, my city still on my fitted
I just want a ménage with all my women
Just wanna touch the stars with all my niggas
And this could be yours, all yours, but you ain’t trippin’
They tryna knock me off, but I ain’t slippin’
All I know is how to get it, all we know is how to win it
Went and copped a Porsche, and wrote this for all my niggas

Nana Mizuki – Rush & Dash!

Totsuzen korondari shita
Te ni hana nanka nigirishimeteite sa
ASUFARUTO no nukumori ga
Sou wasureteita mono wo samashite yuku

Yaritai koto nante
Subete dekiru jidai dakara hashittekou!

AI toka YUME toka kataru himanai!
Tada asu e to kaketeku
Ooki na SHIAWASE tsukamitai ATASHI
It’ll open by the RUSH!

Ikiru imi wo kangaeta
Demo kotae wa naka naka dete konakute
KENKA wo hade ni shite mita
Sou anata ga iru KOTO rikai dekita

Tsuyogari mo iu kedo
HONTO wa sabishisa genkai toyuu SHIGUNARU de

SORA toka HOSHI toka atarimae ni
Hora soko ni aru you ni
Anata no MERODI fureaeru kiseki
It’ll open by your heart!

Dekiru hazu sa shinjiyou my way itsudemo…
Looking for the smile. Let’s have the dream.
And I’ll progress in front!

Makeru hodo yawa ja nai
Kateru hodo tsuyokunai sore ga ONNA NO KO

AI toka YUME toka kataru himanai!
Tada asu e kaketeku
GANBARU shigusa wa misenai yo ATASHI
It’ll open by the DASH!

So I’ll get smile, and I’ll run through in now.

Kehlani – CRZY (Remix) Lyrics

[Intro: Kehlani]
Crazy
I go, I go, I go

[Verse 1: Kehlani]
Everything I do, I do it with a passion
If I gotta be a bitch, I’ma be a bad one
I’m AI with the designs, du-ragging
Bounce back game good, why we talkin’ practice?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Pull up score when I want to
Best thing next to Heaven
They be tryna count me out though
I’m just countin’, countin’ blessins
A real woman ’bout her paper
Niggas don’t know where I came from
Why I really really came up
You never could say I’m back in
All this shit I’ve been through and it made me more of an assassin
I kill ’em, I kill ’em, I kill ’em with compassion
And baby if they askin’

[Hook: Kehlani]
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy

[Verse 2: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie]
Do you think I’m crazy?
I spent over 80 on a watch and a bracelet
I’m like an alien, fuck a Mercedes
I came in a spaceship, don’t call me crazy
I was stuck in a basement with a pen and a paper
Lost the erasor, I made a mistake and I told you I hate ya
Everything I do, I do it cause I never had shit
A couple niggas tried to screw me over, had to learn how to use a ratchet
A couple bitches had me fucked up, had to learn how to be a savage
Had to learn not to fuck with her just because she was the baddest
These streets don’t love no one, don’t get caught up in traffic
I just wanna smoke one so can you roll up and pass it
I love Louis fabric, I just bought a jacket
20 something hundred more than your casket
I kill ’em with swagness, my bitch is the baddest

[Hook: Kehlani]
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy

[Outro]
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy

Kehlani – Crzy (On MTV Wonderland) (Live)

Crazy
I go, I go, I go
Everything I do, I do it with a passion
If I gotta be a bitch, I’mma be a bad one
I’m AI with the designs, du-ragging
Bounce back game two, why we talkin’ practice?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Pull up score when I want to
Best thing next to Heaven
They be tryna count me out though
I’m just countin’, countin’ blessing’s
A real woman by the paper
Niggas don’t know where I came from
Why I really-really came up
You never could say I’m back in
All this shit I’ve been through and it made me more real than assassin
I kill ’em, I kill ’em, I kill ’em with compassion
And baby if they askin’
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Lit, lit, lit, lit
Only L I take is to the face
You showed up to see me lose
But I overcome so you overcame
Basic, basic
Ain’t nothin’ ’bout me basic
I’m crazy, I’m crazy
Better watch what you say to me ’cause
Young Sway got the answers
Give ’em hell, give ’em pressure
Big couch, no manners
Dirty-dirty-dirty dancin’
Take a look at what I did
Go for circle with the wrist
Whippin’-whippin’ up the grits
Get a hand full of this nicely
I got it, I got it, I got it
And you gon’ respect it
Ain’t nothin’, ain’t nothin’, gon’ stop me from makin’ it happen
So baby if they askin’
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy

Kehlani – CRZY lyrics

[Intro]
Crazy
I go, I go, I go

[Verse 1]
Everything I do, I do it with a passion
If I gotta be a bitch, I’ma be a bad one
I’m AI with the designs, du-ragging
Bounce back game good, why we talkin’ practice?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Pull up score when I want to
Best thing next to Heaven
They be tryna count me out though
I’m just countin’, countin’ blessins
A real woman ’bout her paper
Niggas don’t know where I came from
Why I really really came up
You never could say I’m back in
All this shit I’ve been through and it made me more of an assassin
I kill ’em, I kill ’em, I kill ’em with compassion
And baby if they askin’
[Hook]
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go crazy, crazy

[Verse 2]
Lit, lit, lit, lit
Only L I take is to the face
You showed up to see me lose
But I overcome so you overcame
Basic, basic
Ain’t nothin’ bout me basic
I’m crazy, I’m crazy
Better watch what you say to me cuh
Young Sway got the answers
Give ’em hell, give ’em pressure
VIP couch, no manners
Dirty-dirty-dirty dancin’
Take a look at what I did
Go for circle with the wrist
Whippin’-whippin’ up the grits
Get a hand full of this nicely
I got it, I got it, I got it
And you gon’ respect it
Ain’t nothin’, ain’t nothin’, gon’ stop me from makin’ it happen
So baby if they askin’

[Hook]
Tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em, tell ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy
Live for the challenge, only make me stronger
One more reason to turn up on ’em
I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy

(I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy)
(I go, I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy…)