Considering their unusually high cuteness factor, along with their appetite for garden pests, it’s no surprise that the Ladybug has set itself apart from the rest of the insect family as a symbol of good luck. On this standout album inclusion, Queens representative Cody B. Ware applies that superstition to the romantic arena, looking forward to the day he’ll finally find he girl he’ll spend forever with. Backed by White Indian‘s breezy bell arpeggios and slow-rolling percussion rhythm, the Gangsta Party emcee spins a vivid fantasy starring him and his lucky cocinellidae: “Just you and me, living in the clouds, and not even the wind can begin to knock us down….” As if the sun-kissed lyrical imagery wasn’t enough to have listeners floating on cloud nine, B. Ware heightens the chill vibe on the chorus, topping the record off with his own blissfully mellow hook vocals. Are you head-over-heels for this fresh summer jam? Then it’s a good bet you’ll find more to your liking on Cody B.‘s Welcome Home street album, available for free download via the artist’s official site.
Written by richard on 07/6/11
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