Don’t Make Her Reach For That Firearm… Rum-Pa-Pum-Pum!
“My favorite artists are all reggae artists,” Rihanna recently told MTV News, and on her latest cut “Man Down” the Barbados-born singer is “embracing her island roots”—by letting off some lyrical shots! You thought “Rude Boy” was rough? When she sings “What started out as a simple altercation turned into a real sticky situation,” we can’t help wondering if she’s thinking about one night with Breezy? As if to say, I got your Deuces right here!
“I’m super inspired by reggae music,” says the Bajan bombshell. “[It’s] been a part of me since I was born, and I grew up listening to it. I grew up loving it… I live that culture. I never get tired of it. I can listen to reggae music all day long, and it was exciting for me to do a song like this, especially with the lyrics being like that.”
“I am a criminal” she sings over the light and bubbly riddim track, asking the judge “please give me minimal.” Squeeze off…[audio:https://www.boomshots.com/tunes/RihannaManDown.mp3]