Like Channel Orange, Blonde has a stunning array of sounds: There’s cinematic soul (the Beyoncé-aided “Pink + White”), serene gospel (“Solo”), outré electronica (“Pretty Sweet”), steamy blues (“Self Control”) — even spoken-word segments (“Be Yourself”).
Despite all that wattage, it’s Ocean’s message that strikes the deepest: Blonde reflects the anxieties many Americans might feel today, whether brought on by racial tension (“Nikes”), domestic uncertainty (“Seigfried”) or social media (“Facebook Story”). It’s ambitious, sure, but Ocean tackles those concepts with such strikingly intimate tunes, it feels as if you’re slyly scrolling through his texts.
[Verse: Andre 3000] So-lo that I can see under the skirt of an it So-lo that I don’t get high no more when I geronimo I just go hit So-lo my cup is a rojo, my cholo, my friend So-lo that I can admit When I hear that another kid is shot by the popo it ain’t an event No more So-lo that no more high horses, so hard to wear Polo When I do I cut the pony off, now there’s a hole that once was a logo How fitting So-lo that I can give a fuck about what is trending Tryna cut down on my spending Regardless of winning, instead of pretending And bending over backwords Over half of these hoes had work done Sayin’ they want something real from a man Just saying it, we being real persons I hate that it’s like this, I feel for you Ann I don’t know what it’s like with a skirt on So pardon me if I am being insensitive but darling this only work songs So-lo my halo, say way low, it feels like it’s bent So-lo that when they throw pussy on pesos I pay no attention to it So-lo that I am no rookie but feel like a kid Lookin’ at the other kids With astonishment while I’m on punishment, watchin’ the summer come close to an end After 20 years in I’m so naive I was under the impression that everyone wrote they own verses It’s comin’ back different and yea that shit hurts me I’m hummin’ and whistlin’ to those not deserving I’m stumbled and lift every word, was I working just way too hard? “Blond” Album
OOOOOOOOO Lawdddd,,, Big Boi You Sho Look Pissed cuz we found out You Usin them Viagras wit Yo Ecstacy
Rapper Big Boi (real name: Antwan Patton) was arrested in Miami in
August 2011 while getting off of a cruise ship after U.S. Customs and
Border Protection agents found Ecstasy and Viagra–which he had no
prescription for–on him.
One half of the duo OutKast, Big Boi was booked into the Miami-Dade
County jail on three counts of possession of a controlled substance as
well as possession of paraphernalia.
Joining fellow Grammy winner and partner Andre 3000 in posing for a mug shot, Big Boi, 36 was released from jail after posting $16,000 bond.