Uhhh…blood loss from a tattoo probably won’t mix well with alcohol. I think I may have only recently gotten the color back in my face within the last few minutes. Still, can’t believe I did this huge piece In a single sitting….I looked kinda sketchy when the tattoo artist started the outline, but I toughed it out.
Let’s be frank: The hype about the song is less about the song and the thing surrounding the song. We’re all smart here, this isn’t news, and I’m just stating something we all already know. You know what? I think we all know that Rihanna knows it, that Chris Brown knows it, and that their handlers know it, too.
Chris Brown is a questionable individual at best. He has his career, he’s toughing it out after fucking up real, real, real bad. I don’t know whether or not he dwells on his horrible mistreatment of Rihanna on a daily basis. I don’t know if he’s actually taken his anger management classes seriously. All I really have to judge him on is what he does: Release singles. I can criticize his singles. His singles kinda blow. As for only good recent single he had: he was the worst part of the whole song.
Rihanna is her own woman. She can make her own decisions, and if collaborating with Chris Brown is a big step in the recovery process, more power to her. This woman was traumatized by Chris Brown, and to be able to look the dude in his eye—at least on a single—that’s gotta be some kind of progress. Maybe. I don’t know. All I know is what Chris Brown did to her was more than bad, and that I can’t judge her personal decisions.
But you know what? The song: It’s kinda awful. The thing around the song, the circumstances surrounding it: I’ve said all I can really say. The song itself is really bad. It’s a radio hit and it’ll get radio airplay. It’s mindless, but it’s not even fun. The song on its own doesn’t offer me anything to look forward to repeating the song or anything to get me excited about hearing it on the radio. I get more excited about Drake’s "The Motto (YOLO)" than I do about this joint. This shit ain’t quality, it’s novelty.
dude, i don't know how i feel about my coming around to this resurgence of the denim shirt.
Fashion is a weird thing, and I really wasn’t feeling the fact that denim shirts were being featured on menswear blogs more and more as of recent…but, it’s becoming a little less of a bother. I guess I dig it a little bit more than the popularity of gaudy southwest tribe-inspired prints that I keep on seeing at Urban Outfitters. Actually, I dig it a lot more.