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Red Cafe – Pretty Gang Ft. Fabolous
[intense_row] [intense_column size=”3″][intense_image image=”10091″ size=”small” shadow=”1″ border_radius=”5px”][/intense_column] [intense_column size=”9″]I don’t rock with the radio too tough these days. Hearing the same ten songs twenty times in twenty-four hours is way too much for me. Makes me want to get violent. Especially when a lot of the music they play on radio simply suck. But when I’m in the car, I find myself tuning to various radio stations that I can’t discern the differences between since they all play the same Top 40/EDM/Hip Pop stuff these days. Somewhere sprinkled in the mix, I’d hear “Pretty Gang” and say to myself, “I like this song.” I never bothered to pay attention to the lyrics, because it’s all about the hooks, and I can fuck with a Pretty gang, that girl from the pretty gang I’m a street nigga from the hood And I only fuck with girls from the pretty gang Pretty gang, that girl from the pretty gang I’m a real nigga from the hood But I only fuck with girls from the pretty gang hook. I can relate. I’m just as shallow.
As I sing-rapped to the hook, I had zero clue this was a Red Cafe record. I’m pretty certain no one remembers who Red Cafe is. I bet his mother doesn’t remember Red Cafe, and simply remember his government. Red Cafe had this, and this, and this, which I thought was a Ryan Leslie and Rick Ross record. Basically, dude has his moment and most thought he faded away with all those other rappers who had a moment, and was never able to build a sustainable career off of that moment.
Imagine my surprise when I hear “What Else?” on the radio. I’m glad to see Red Cafe is still putting out superficial rap records. What Else would I expect?
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