okay, okay so welcome to rap break down, today we are going to break down this interesting track called Positive K I Got A Man, It is about a dude called Positive K getting rejected by a girl, both Positive K and the Girl have a conversation in the form of a rap. This song is reliable because this is how I usually converse with people, over a hip hop instrumental and secondly it also takes three minutes and fifty nine seconds for me to get rejected by a girl which is the length of this song. So very reliable .
What is great about this song is he starts off quite smooth, with a pretty good line.
Ayo sweetie, you're lookin' kinda pretty
What's a girl like you, doin' in this rough city?
I'm just here, tryin' to hold my own ground
Yeah, I think I like how that sound
Great start, however it doesn't work he then takes the rejection badly, I also use this line a lot when talking to girls.
Do you get a kick, out of tellin' brothers no?
she goes on to explain that she has a man, which is the title of the song. It doesn't stop him however. He goes on to keep asking her what a man has to do with him, then she gives him the ultimate insult.
Are you a chef, cause you keep feedin' me soup
You know what they say about those who sweat theyself
You might find yourself, by yourself
I'm not waitin' because I'm no waiter
I don't know what type of restaurant she went to where the chef actually leaves the kitchen and feeds you soup, All I know is that it was unlikely a chef or soup. But he gets the best line in saying he won't be waiting. Because he is not a waiter. What is most impressive is how good they are under the influence of alcohol during the party. However this is a great rejection song, with a great old school feel and I defiantly got the message that she has a man! Or did I? I don't know maybe someone should ask her again to make sure.
Okay this verse could be the most obscure verses in modern rap, It is different from mumble rap. So lets break it down!
La Di Da Di Da, Slob on me knob
at first this shit sounds like something a pirate would say, Why is he rapping like a pirate? Okay I get it he's referencing some old rap songs. But it sounds like a pirate.
Pass Me Some Syrup, Fuck Me In A Car
Okay, what the. Some sort of Canadian reference? Where are they? Why is asking someone to pass him Syrup. They keep the Syrup in the car? Just in case they start cooking up a pancake or something?
La Di Da Di Da, Motherfuck the law
He's angry because they took away his syrup? Or you mocking the law while you jug a bottle of syrup in the getaway car?
There are some mores lines of Lyrics however I think we got to the bottom of it and figure out what this whole section was about. It was about Syrup.