The Rap Monologues
Google Me Baby Lyrics

"Google Me Baby”

Goo-goo-goo-goo-goo-google me baby

Goo-goo-goo-goo-goo-google me baby

Just google me baby

Verse 1

I ain cloaked in mystery this is the digital age

And when I mingle with the people there’s no pivotal stage

No fronting or facades no exchanging of cards

If you wanna know ‘bout me it ain really that hard.

Biography says I rap with a fury and fire

Also passion, dedication, skill, and a desire

That you don’t ever see not to promote heresy

But not too many rappers bring my sincerity

This will forever be me, the drive and the ambition

Girls attracted to success is fact and a tradition

Modern and historical, speaking allegorical

I got access to their software like the chief of Oracle

Cuz of what’s on this track, now imagine that

For entertainers it’s sales, for athletes it’s your stats

That drive women wild, you see their feminine wiles

I’m kinda new to the game so they ain sure ‘bout my style

But you can…

Chorus

Google me baby, anything you wanna know

From how real is the kid to just how big does it grow.

Come on and google me baby, I got nothing to hide

And I’ll be right here waiting for you when you ready to ride

Just google me baby, I been nothing but good

And I can treat you the same in and out of the hood.

That’s right, google me baby, and I’m a google you back,

Cuz some of these women out here don’t know how to act

Verse 2

What you googling for?  Something is stuck in ya craw

He made some incongruent statements that you need to explore

Or maybe you think he has a criminal mind

And so you search the database for all his criminal kind

Associates and alias, aka’s, nicknames

You screening out the dudes freakier than Rick James

Combinations of names, you done refined the search

You been burned so many times that you afraid of the jerks.

You afraid to be hurt, you click on page after page

So obsessed you search his job and what’s the median wage

Social media age, and he’s on multiple sites

After you dig a little deep you find that dude is alright

So you thinking tonight you’ll send that brother a text

You suggest you rendez-vous at his apartment complex

But dude whiffs on the text, when you get there his ex

Is covered in some reddy whip they was about to have sex.

You better…

Chorus

Google me baby, anything you wanna know

From how real is the kid to just how big does it grow.

Come on and google me baby, I got nothing to hide

And I’ll be right here waiting for you when you ready to ride

Just google me baby, I been nothing but good

And I can treat you the same in and out of the hood.

That’s right, google me baby, and I’m a google you back,

Cuz some of these women out here don’t know how to act (x2)

Google me baby, google me baby

Google me, google me

Just google me baby.

-end-

Google Me Baby

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A fun, thoughtful, exciting take on social media and the information age.

New Single “Google Me Baby” coming 02/21/2014

New Single “Google Me Baby” coming 02/21/2014

Real Men Don’t Cry by DOX

Get a great deal on the album here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/dox12

The Who? Girls. RMDC.

RMDC stands for “Real Men Don’t Cry” which Is track #5 on my album “Venture Capital”.  RMDC is the next video release from my disc which should debut on YouTube in about 2 weeks.  What I’ve learned from releasing my previous two videos is that I need women in the videos regardless of the subject matter.  The song could be about boulders and I’d need women sitting on those boulders.  The song could be about toe nails, and I’d need to show women painting those toe nails.  Come hell or high water, I need the fairer sex to hold these guys’ attention.  At least that’s what the men I’ve spoken to tell me.  When I released the last video “sorry”, that’s all anybody asked me.  One of my friends even went as far as to tell me that they were tired of seeing my ugly mug, in my own video!  So with that emphatic statement said, I enlisted the help of a couple of lovely female dancers for this video.  What I found interesting about these two women while shooting the video was just how distinctly different both of their presentations were.  They were both great in their very own ways.  One of the girls, LeTara, was technically sound, and she had that dougie working real good.  The other girl, Destiny, had a more fluid approach.  Her movements were real easy, cooler than the other side of the pillow.  After watching them go hard for four takes each, I gained an appreciation for just how hard it is to go hard dancing for four and a half minutes nonstop, but the ladies pulled it off like champs.  Of course we gave them five minute breaks between takes.  Another nuance worth mentioning is that the two girls never met.  This was by design.  We wanted both women to be extremely comfortable, without worrying about what the other one would be doing during her set.  Based on what I observed from both women, that was the right decision.  Of course there are other scenes in this video, but this video is for the men, so it’s all about the women.  No exchange underscores that better than when my video editor came over to me during the video shoot and asked me just how much of me was I expecting to see in my own video.  I responded by saying when in doubt, cut to the girls.  Regardless of who is on the screen, it’s still MY video.

Venture Capital by DOX available on Amazon and iTunes now.

Venture Capital by DOX available on Amazon and iTunes now.

The Who? Pirates!

I just found out that my debut album “Venture Capital” is being pirated on several websites.  By my count there are at least 10 sites, but there may be more. When I say pirates I don’t mean “Pirates of the Caribbean”, and I certainly don’t mean Disney’s animated kiddy flick “Pirates!” which just came out a weekend ago.  I mean straight up internet thieves.  Obviously it’s somewhat disappointing, but given some of the things I’ve experienced thus far, I’d say that this is just the other shoe dropping.  I stumbled on these pirates by accident, after searching my album on Google.  I was shocked to see that so many websites who I have established zero business relationships with, were offering downloads of my disc for free.  I was talking to my friend and producer RealIZM about it yesterday and his initial reaction was that I should sue.  But sue who?  I don’t know who these people are, and I haven’t a clue as to where they originate from.  They could all be in cahoots, or they could all be acting as independent agents.  Who knows?  This for me is a catch 22.  On one hand, in some ways it’s a compliment that someone would deem my independent music as good enough to be stolen, on the other hand, pirates erode the bottom line and undermine any potential sale.  Every day since my album was released I’ve been echoing my own personal mantra that it’s a dirty game when confronted with an obstacle.  This latest setback has me sounding like a broken record.

The How - Torture (sorry video)

Sometimes I watch a YouTube video’s meteoric rise from zero to one million views in 24 hours and I think to myself, “What would it be like?” It would be great, but I think my heart would race with trepidation if any of my videos was getting that much attention. But as I said before, it would still be great. The torture scenes in the “Sorry” video were a lot of fun to shoot. I had some people tell me they were uncomfortable watching me get slapped around like that, but no worries, I’m fine. A lot of it was played up for the camera to make things look as authentic as possible. The scene that we tried to make look as real as possible was the choking scene with the bat. During filming, my assailant choked me for a good 30 seconds, but it felt like an eternity. At the end, about five seconds before that scene ended, I yelled out “that’s gotta be enough”. In the video you can see me mouthing those sentiments at approximately the 2 minute and 35 second mark. Suffice it to say, the choking scene is the scene that I paid for the most. After the video was shot, for the next two weeks I had trouble swallowing. The pain was pretty intense. I emerged from the blows to the chest, the back, and the shot to the leg unscathed though, so overall it was great. I’m going to refrain from explaining the concept of the video, because I once read that if you have to go overboard explaining what you were trying to do, then your concepts need fine tuning. As of this writing the “Sorry” video has over 200 views in a little over a week and a half. Thanks to everyone who has viewed it already. If you haven’t seen it as yet, you can scroll down below this latest posting to see it here on my blog page. Thanks again.