A Song About Sour Patch Relationships – “FWA” by Monalyse

First of all, don’t get butthurt. The Golden Era of Hip Hop was when storytelling over boom bap beats influenced a plethora of today’s artists. Famous Dex even pays homage to Nas despite their two incredibly different sounds. Nonetheless, when you find a contemporary record that reminds you of 90’s hip hop, you might just latch onto it. For example, Monalyse tells a story of sex, love and control on her record “FWA“.

Short for “Fuckem With an Attitude”, the Midtown-based artist explains her Sour Patch relationship (similar to a “Hawaiian Pizza” relationship) – where firing attitudes lead to pain and pleasure in bed:

FWA” is a sexy song that exhibits self-empowerment. Even though Monalyse’s attitude needs to get ‘fixed’ according to her man, she’s able to sustain her behavior and get what she wants simultaneously.

“He said I gotta fix my fuckin’ attitude/Then I fuck him with an attitude”

With Women’s Appreciation Month happening in March, Monalyse sets herself up as a self-empowering woman who’s in control – an ideal role model for all women. If you wanna check out more of the Detroit artist, check out her Soundcloud.

Founder of The Lunch Table. Writer, DJ and Master of Ceremonies.

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