“pony” by ginuwine
“this is how we do it” by montell jordan
“thong song” by sisqo
i was listening to a poppin’ 90s mix on the way home tonight.
i was bobbin’ my head and really getting into it.
it made me want to dance.
i would love to know what it was like to party back then.
when we went to parties to dance and not be on our phones.
as i was listening,
i came to the sudden conclusion…
The R&B wolves of this era don’t any have timeless music
the music of today,
especially the ones sung by the male r&b singers,
doesn’t make me feel good.
this influx of trap emo shit is actually real depressing.
it all sounds like one long ass song.
i don’t feel the same energy as i do to “no diggity” by blackstreet.
the music makes me want to smoke and get some dick.
not even that good “knockin’ boots” type of dick.
i’d like more from chris brown and trey songz,
as they are representing the r&b world at the moment,
but i highly doubt “fuck you back to sleep” and “slow motion” will be a classics.
i could be wrong?
Maybe those songs are the new classics?
like the 90s and past,
this is just a new era and a new sound?
“trap queen” is the new “my girl”?
“bryson tiller” is this generations “marvin gaye”?
even the old school songs,
like “lets get it on” and “lovely day”,
bring back a certain feeling.
it goes deep into your soul.
our parents knew shit would be okay after listening to “i just called to say i love you”.
i’m a music head so i bounce between eras for inspiration.
i could be bugging tho.
is it time to let the 90s rest and embrace this new shit?
the music does match how the world is now.
i had to wonder…
Are the current male r&b songs the timeless songs of our future?
lowkey: why do the vixens come out with more interesting music tho?
i feel they put more effort.
solange came out with a perfect r&b effort on “seat at the table”.
beyonce created art with “lemonade”.
what the fuck are the wolves doing?
it’s like they all want to be rappers.
even the whites are even doing r&b better than us.
that is a problem.