I’m So Tired, So Here’s Willow Smith

I got 3 hours of sleep last night and wanted to ralf on my desk  but I’ve been listening to these songs non-stop and need to post them here because they never get the likes on Instagram which is criminal. Anyways, I like Willow Smith because she’s extremely talented and also a little celestial indigo babe which she goes deep into with her music. Hooray, content I understand.

9  – Only to be listened to in the dark with headphones on. The number 9 is the end of the cycle, which also means new beginnings forthcoming. I am in love with this one.

Female Energy – The first non-traditional pop song I heard of hers. At first I didn’t know what to make of it and then I just kept listening to it over and over and then became a Willow Smith fan. It’s not everyday someone works “lightbodies” into a song.

Wait A Minute – I can’t really watch a music video until after I’ve heard a song a few times. This song is no exception for me since there are some points in it that I think the majority of listeners would not really understand. It could be easily missed with the censory overload. There’s a concept in the song that gets brought up via an Avatar/Na’vi greeting (I too have mixed feelings on Avatar but stay with me) and it’s something I need to read more on because it’s so fascinating. It’s the idea of “I see you” or better put “I see you in there.” I’ve heard it a few times elsewhere and never really stopped thinking about it. It’s curious how there are some people you meet and can look at and just get what’s going on under there. It’s something that is hard to articulate and there’s so much more to it that can probably ever be explained coherently. Or at least not from me, someone who once lost the spelling bee on the word “useful.”

Alright, I’m so tired. You know who should be tired? Willow Smith because she was 15 or younger when the songs above were released. I need to reevaluate what I’m doing with my bass guitar.



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