After a long day at work, rehearsal, or a show, I become a journeyman. I get in my car and head home and turn on music that will soothe my soul. More importantly, I want to soothe my mind because I use it a lot during my day.
Take this song by Waka Flocka Flame - "No Hands".
Listen to the speak-and-spell level of the lyrics. They're totally relatable to anyone who gets their world news from People magazine. Notice how half the lyrics are omitted (or it's a clever way of including miming into the music video) as they are so fresh that they don't even need to use complete sentences to get in your face with things of social importance. I can identify with things that make my life worth living - money, girls, dancing, making it rain...
The women in the video are their to show their support for equality and respect for women everywhere. In fact, they are so moved so much by what this song is about, they dance all over the place. You go gurlz!
Ultimately, I feel better after listening to this kind of music. It makes me say, "Wow, if these guys can write, record, and promote this kind of music, I am doing just fine."
THANKS WAKA FLOCKA!