it’s lyrics like that…
i expect that in my r&b.
i’m so tired of “trendy and trap”.
the r&b music i want to hear came from someone white.
sam smith and this “the thrill of it all” record…
now sam’s last album stayed on rotation,
but it was way too sad.
i’ve attached the emotions of that record with my “2015/2016”.
it’s hard for me to listen to it now as i’m not “there” anymore.
when i heard he was releasing new music,
i been camped out in his last singles section on spotify.
one of my home vixens,
who knows what pain i dealt with,
hit me up about his first single:
so he kept releasing songs that were speaking to my soul.
well when i saw his new album was released,
i couldn’t have press “play” fast enough at work.
by the end of the record,
i didn’t really want to cry like the last one.
i wanted to congratulate myself for what the hurt did to me.
it was exactly “me” at this moment.
i’ve been fed from a male artistry perspective.
been listening to it since.
it’s a shame that “other” male artists are doing our music better.
check it out below foxhole.
this album might be for those who got their heart broken,
but are looking forward with the strength they never had.
lowkey: sam hit me with another lyric that slapped me in the face.
sam dun saiddddddddddd:
Why do I always fall for the ones who have no courage?
I must see some kind of beauty in their eyes
WHAT WHAT WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?
i nearly threw the computer.