one thing i love about beyonce and rihanna,
during these eras of theirs,
is that they went completely outside the box.
that is art.
that is creativity.
that is taking a stand against what everyone thinks you should be doing.
they both released albums that don’t have huge radio hits.
they are all over the place on first listen.
their albums are very personal for them…
…which transcends to whats going on in our personal lives.
beyonce opening up and finally being vulnerable/woke
rihanna doing something different than her usual trendiness
so many times,
pop artists are told they have to make something for popularity.
the labels push them to make club songs.
they end up stressing themselves out trying to find that perfect song.
these two said:
…and did their own thing.
i think that is inspiring.
everyone expected something “club ratchet”.
i’m completely over trap as is.
everything has a trap beat to it.
even the whites are trying to duplicate their own trap music.
i am drawn to more personal art.
i’m inspired me to be more open in my own.
sure i lovvveee a club joint,
but in this “era” of my life,
i’m working on myself and approaching my flaws head on.
i’m glad they both decided to think outside the box.
it may not be for everyone.
as long as you get it,
or need it,
then i say its a win for everyone.
lemonade – when life hands you lemons, make lemonade
^my life has landed me lemons so ima make a lemonade stand
anti – being opposed to what everyone else is doing
^out of the fucks i usually give.
i love it.
lowkey: i hope this music makes black wolves see what queens their sistas are.