Monday, 15 February 2016

Homie And The Jets

Been listening to Rich Homie Quan & Rich The Kid's Stay Down off 'n' on all day unable to determine whether it's bad meanin' bad or bad meanin' good. Luckily I got a problem solver but his name ain't revolver in the form of DJ Step One to remove Rich The Kid's verse from the song for me to see if that helps any. Free from any obtrusive cameos by trendy Migos underlings, I've now come to the conclusion that Stay Down is RHQ's equivalent of Biz Markie's infamous cover version of Elton John's Bennie And The Jets. Take flight below:

Rich Homie Quan - Stay Down (Martorialist Edit)
(From Audiomack; 2016)

6 comments:

Catfish said...

Beautiful song

d said...

Fucking my head up seeing the lyrics written down under the Biz clip. All these years I thought he was just gibberishing w the melody like the national anthem but now see he knew it was an artistic choice. idk which is more admirable

salute biz

Si Mane Price said...

Definitely the latter, imo.

Elton on Soul Train >>>> Bowie on Soul Train.

Victor Augusto said...

Best RHQ in a while...

Si Mane Price said...

He's really stylin' on this. Definitely his best shit since that one-two punch of Daddy and Flex.

RobbyRav said...

I will use this edit to convince myself that Quan is back from the dead.

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