Our song of the week goes to Tremaine ‘Trey Songz’ Neverson’s Coming Home.
I have been a fan of Trey’s since his debut album ‘I Got to Make It’ In 2005 and he has been consistent ever since, with my personal favorite song of his been I Can’t Help But Wait from his sophomore LP.
On this track (Coming Home) which he talks about love, Christmas and family, he visualizes going back to his routes which i think exudes the air of the old saying ‘Never forget where you come from’ but lyrically I can’t see a direction as to where he was going really. One minute I thought Trey was talking about his lover, his family the next and then Xmas.
Still a great song with a 8/10 rating and you can hear it in our mix rotation on www.fr76radio.com
Now, I will be the first to say this is just my opinion and i mean no offence to anyone by this and i will appreciate a civil dialogue on this if anyone could honestly explain or translate what Samuel ‘Black Youngsta’ Benson is really saying?
The visual is a reaffirmation of black stereotypes which I don’t agree with but besides that, what is he really saying lyrically? Or is it the case of me hating what I do not understand? Hence I will appreciate if someone could break the lyrics down for me.
I like Black Youngsta as a person but I am not feeling this song at all and gets 1/10 rating.
You can still hear it on our mix show on www.fr76radio.com because we believe listeners tastes are different.
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