Since I was born, my parents have always stayed together regardless of what issues they had to overcome. Reaslistically, not every family is fortunate enough to stick together, which leaves children in an awkward and unfulfilled situation. A very vivid picture of growing up in a single-parent household is painted in Lupe Fiasco‘s ‘He Say, She Say‘ off his debut album ‘Food & Liquor’. I have plenty of friends who didn’t grow up with both parents (usually an absent father) and I see the impact and affect it has on them even now as grown men/women. I’ve never known that feeling, but can almost feel the pain when hearing this song. Also, Gemini and Sarah Green KILLS it in their battling/duel-type outro. Straight CLASSIC to me. This is emotional hip-hop. Real music. SOUL music. (Yes, it is necessary for me to connect every thing on this site to me personally, for the reason for this site is me to express myself and why things do and do not have significance to me.)

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO LUPE FIASCO – ‘HE SAY, SHE SAY’ FT. GEMINI & SARAH GREEN

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One response »

  1. Billion $ Baño says:

    from when the cd came out until now i still listen to that song

    its just one of those songs

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