[Interlude: Fuzzy Jones]
Patois is great isn’t it? This serves as the perfect introduction to Ye’s downright pompous verse:
Well it is a weeping and a moaning and a gnashing of teeth in the dancehall, and who no have teeth gwine run pon them gums […]
G.O.O.D Music’s colleagues will be up in arms thanks to the level of music Kanye’s label is putting out, regardless of how well they’re doing themselves.
[…] caw when time it comes to my sound, which is the champion sound, the bugle has blown the many times, and it still have one more time left, caw the amount of stripe weh deh pon our shoulder
Air horns and bugles get blown during clashes between Jamaican sounds (think DJ clashes), as is G.O.O.D’s (the champions) as they start waging war on the industry’s standards. That’s more amazing music to come when people wondered if they could do it again. Why? Because they’re that good (stripes on shoulders, think military rankings).
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