Friday, October 30, 2020

Paris Morton Music Song Lyrics Meaning - Drake

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Album: Care Package
Release Date: August 2, 2019
Record Label: OVO, Republic Records
Songwriter: Aubrey Graham, Shebib, Kevin Crowe, Erik
Producer: J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League

Drake is implying to the woman he is with or has been with in the past that he would’ve came back to her but most likely got caught up in the fame and fortune and it has consumed him and he cant seem to change his ways because he has got so adjusted to a certain lifestyle “Caught up in the life I cant let it go”.

Drizzy references Marvin Gaye’s 1973 track “Distant Lover” from the classic album Let’s Get It On. A live version of the track peaked at #28 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1974, while the original was sampled in Kanye West’s 2004 track “Spaceship.”

As a child, Drake spent his Summers with his (black) father in Memphis and the rest of the year with his (white) mother in Canada. Nice color-coding. Saying that Southerners have ‘simplistic beauty’ seems like a backhanded compliment at best.

Color Me Badd was a R&B group in the early 90s; Drake is as famous as all 4 of them combined, and his various shopping bags exhibit similar color variety to Color Me Badd’s suits. Drake plays on the name of American singer-songwriter Courtney Love, who was Kurt Cobain’s wife. Vanity Fair called Love a “trainwreck personality” in 1992, as her relationship with Cobain was extremely high-profile.

When the girl stares at herself in the mirror, she notices flaws that he doesn’t see, a smooth way of Drake telling the girl she’s fine. He could also be noting that people look in the mirror and they want to become something they aren’t. Either fake people who think they’ve made it or all the way to young girls trying to look like models.

Gang started in brooklyn NY. La Familia Michoacana, La Familia, or LFM is a Mexican drug cartel and a organized crime syndicate based in the Mexican state of Michoacán. Formerly allied to the Gulf Cartel—as part of Los Zetas—it split off in 2006. The cartel was founded by Carlos Rosales Mendoza a close associate of Osiel Cárdenas.

Drake, at 23, due to his fame, is feeling the amount of pressure in his life that men in their mid 40’s and such do, which is appropriately titled a mid-life crisis.

When men hit their mid life crisis as lot of impulse or over excessive spending tend to occur. Therefore, Drake feels that at 23 he is spending boat load of money which is the equivalent of a man going through his mid life. He later raps a similar line on the track, “Over”, where he also contemplates his wisdom beyond his years.

Drake has been criticized for coming off like he was raised in a rough neighborhood when in reality Drake grew up in a nice Toronto suburb.

His song “Started From The Bottom” really upset some listeners, claiming that Drake doesn’t have any idea of what it really is to be at the bottom… Either way, Drake claims here that he isn’t a “hood” rapper but he is street smart and still understands what goes on in the hood.

This line also pertains to Drake’s appeal and his target audience. In his music, he tries to be accessible to both those in rough neighborhoods and children in prep school. This line is similar to his line on the track, “Ignant Shit”, where he raps:

And me doin' the shows gettin' everyone nervous
‘Cause them hipsters gon’ have to get along with them hood niggas

Drake was nominated for 2 Grammys in 2010 for “Best I Ever Had” – but lost to Jay-Z’s “D.O.A.” in both categories. But he kept his victory speech saved! (On Google Docs) – because surely he’ll win some award sooner or later… Nevertheless, although Drake has achieved, he feel like he’s not done.