There was more to country music legend Hank Williams than boozing and a difficult marriage, y’know
Mos Def : Ms. Fat Booty vol.1
there's no name-calling sexist pay-off, no insecure macho condemnation of female sexuality, just a wounded narrator bewildered by a post-feminist world.
album, 'Black On Both Sides'. Over a slippery loop of honeyed soul vocals, he takes a familiar rap scenario and skews it sideways, detailing his smooth-talking seduction of a saucy laydee who proves too smart and independent to commit - she think she all that, as my old grandmother used to say back in the 'hood. So far so familiar, but there's no name-calling sexist pay-off, no insecure macho condemnation of female sexuality, just a wounded narrator
by a post-feminist world.
"Man, I'm smashing like an Idaho potato", laments Deffo. Me too, old bean, me too.
Antony of Antony & The Johnsons is now Anohni, and she makes relevant, uncringey protest music
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