“Now I’m rocking shows and stuntin’ on hoes.
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lindsey--300x225I received a nice new Southern soul cut today in the emails. This track from Louisiana-based vocalist Lindsey Papion is mid-tempo soul with a sparse funk undercurrent. Looking at the video (especially considering the Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. speech excerpt), I initially felt Papion’s lyrics rallying for protest. However the phrase, “Let me get that up out ya”, can mean different things. Whether you want respect or money or sex, the phrase, “Let Me Get That Up Out Ya”, can be used. Enjoy the track and video from Lindsey Papion and connect more with her on her website and Twitter.

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