Haha, I’m sure it is aimed at people like me, but If I want hip hop reggae I’ll hit up Nneka from Nigeria who has actually experienced some of the struggles that inspired both genres… not a bunch of dorky white guys from Nebraska.
Don’t bother. They’re boring.
I love the uncomfortably taboo sexuality in her lyrics. She makes music from the perspective of someone conditioned to please others which is interesting in a music industry populated by the products of feminism, but also heartbreaking in it’s shameless vulnerability. Her dry delivery and blank stare betrays the callous heart of a high class hooker as her pouty lips beg for approval. She’s going to he huge.