1 Verse, 1 Hearse #7, J. Cole – Daddy’s Little Girl
C’mon let’s go. Hurry up already. Where are we going you ask? Oh, I’m taking you to one of the most remote places on Cole World. We’re going to go visit “Daddy’s Little Girl”. She’s being held hostage by iTunes on the bonus tracks of Cole World: The Sideline Story. Trust me she’s worth the trip. Some say she’ll take it to the face without throwing up, and she’s some sort of Sade mixed with Shawty Lo. “Daddy’s Little Girl” showcases Cole’s social awareness and the rare ability to deliver a positive message. Hopefully when we un-cage her from this iTunes cage, people will see the beauty in her. Buckle up, it’s going to be a long drive.
Hey, her mind is on a different level
Plus the teachers couldn’t reach her, always been a rebel
Hit the club, watch out boy, you dancin’ with the devil
She f-ck, she suck, she swallow man, it’s like a triple double
Can see it in your eyes, you look for trouble
Just because they f-ck ya girl don’t mean them niggas love ya
She said, “Don’t preach to me nigga, hold up
Is that a bottle on your table, well if so then pour it up”
“Bet you I can drink it straight without even throwin’ up”
She said “Daddy, what you think?”
“little girl, you’re growin’ up, Growin up”
I’m choosing to rescue “Daddy’s Little Girl” from the iTunes catacombs because I feel that everybody has to know about her. She only has 200,000 views on YouTube? Not cole. Besides “Lost Ones,” “Daddy’s Little Girl” is Cole’s most socially conscious track. Cole explores one of the most relevant problems in today’s society. Promiscuous girls with no care for life. Listening to the track a handful of girls from my facebook timeline came to mind. I’m sure I wasn’t the only one either. Sure most of us guys love to play around with these girls. I can’t lie to you. But you don’t want to be stuck in a Lost One’s situation with the Daddy’s Little Girls of the world. Thinking about the lost children is probably what motivated J. Cole to write this song.
Where are the children of Daddy’s Little Girl going to end up? Statistically speaking, they’re going to end up stealing our cars, shooting up our neighborhoods, and clogging up our prison system. We don’t want these females in the world. In a day when rappers glorify these girls, Cole tries to talk them out of the lifestyle. Cole, real cole.
People get frustrated when they don’t see J. Cole take over the air waves. I say being on the radio is overrated. As long as J. Cole keeps making songs such as “Daddy’s Little Girl,” he’s going to be here for a long time. No need for him to be all over the radio. I haven’t heard a hip-hop song ask for a positive change in women since the days of “Brenda’s Got A Baby” and “Keep Ya Head Up.” Cole tells us about the flaws in Daddy’s Little Girl in hopes that women will identify with her, and in return change their situation. Well this is the end of the road for this hearse. Hope you enjoyed the trip. Now get out of here, I have a meeting with the Money Team.
Buy Cole World: The Sideline Story with “Daddy’s Little Girl” included here.