Happy Monday bitches! Nothing gets me ready to attack the day quite like a really good song- preferably with foul language, sick beat and pussy vibrating bass. Yeah, I said it.
With that I present Motivational Monday, a favorite rap song each week, all which I find particularly inspiring, or at the very least really good to blast in the minivan after you’ve dropped all the kids off in the morning. You know, wearing yoga pants, no bra, crust in your eyes. That’s when its time to get in your car (alone) and put on something that you could totally not listen to if your kids were there. That my friends, is called a brief Mom Escape.
Today’s song is A.D.H.D. by Kendrick Lamar. A song about a generations’ fascination with getting inebriated, and yeah, I was born in the 80’s, you could probably lump me in that group. In this song Kendrick is at a house party, entranced by a drug loving siren, which brings us to the lines:
I stood up, shut the blinds, closed the screen; jumbotron
Made to the back where she reside, then she said, read between the lines
Yep hope that I get close enough, when the lights turn down
And the fact that she just might open up, when the Nuvo start to drown
Her body and I know the both of us really deep in the move now
It’s nothin’ we can do now, somebody walked in with a pound
Of that Bay Area kush, she looked at me then looked
At it, then she grabbed it, then she said, “get it understood
You know why we crack babies
Because we born in the ’80s, that A.D.H.D crazy”