Bun B. Pimp C. Need I say more?
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Everyone’s heard of OutKast right? RIGHT?! If not, go jump off a bridge. While listening to Miss Jackson Assuming you know a Miss Jackson…
Organized Noise, An Atlanta based production team that’s made beats for TLC (Ever heard Waterfalls? ) Ludacris and En Vogue
And Rap-A-Lot Records were (and still are) a big gangsta rap label, pretty much responsible for everyone taking Southern Rap seriously
The Southern rap music scene has always been “thick” (no, not like the girls) Thick as in full of multi-talented artists and groups
Also worth noting is that this intro is just like that of Outkast’s breakthrough track, Player’s Ball
But in the end, she still wants him. Even though he seemed to fuck up her life. What the hell woman?
So now she’s feeling all conflicted and angry as hell at the dude, and every time she sees him she thinks if he still even thinks about her… She thinks he doesn’t but se leaves it up to him
CoughCough You been taking the drank girl? CoughCough
Kilo was probably talking to Matt during the recording of this and asked if she “should keep going.”
The interlude continues with the slowed down beat from before, and Kilo goes on about random reasons for her slowing up
As Kilo says this the beat… Kinda… Slows down a lil… Since the relationship slowed down too.
Or maybe that “pink lemonade was something else?
Another army metaphor (probably connected to the one 3 lines up) where Kilo and her man were together in their own private army, and made some “explosions” happen under camouflage… Giggedy.
She thinks his life is stupid without her, and he sees it as more important that he carries on without her, since she doesn’t belong anymore