Yayo Brinks is an up-and-coming rap artist. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “Change” single.
Yayo Brinks – “Change” music video
“Dealing with emotions is tricky. My brother seeing red that’s why he stay posted with the blicky. The situation’s sticky, but I’m tryna get him up out it. Just tryna show him that it’s more to life than people who doubt us. And f*** them weak a** feelings ‘cause y’all brought it up out us. Tried to show them motherf***ers, but they never allowed us. So f*** it—can you imagine that? When you gave a hundred percent but you got 50 back? And man, I can’t even lie, I hate the industry. I’m still gon’ push even if people say they ain’t feeling me. I ain’t rapping ‘bout my a** so they ain’t hearing me. But I bet when I’m up in the mix they gon’ start fearing me.” – lyrics
‘Change’ finds Yayo Brinks giving listeners a glimpse into her life. She raps about haters and doubters and the lack of love she experienced while trying to accomplish her goals. Numb to all the pain, Yayo has persevered fairly well so far, and subsequently gained some knowledge that has healed her in a life-changing way. Later, she makes a wise remark, “You could give someone all your love but sh*t don’t ever stay the same.”
“In life, you gotta be ready ‘cause it’s gone put you through some change.”
“The track has a few different topics, but all the same vibe. To sum it up, it’s basically a realistic view on life and how you gotta be ready ‘cause it’s gonna put you through some change. It’s a catchy, upbeat, and honest reflection of what I’ve been feeling lately and what I feel like people can relate to. ‘My energy is coming preeminent, the knowledge I picked up got me healing different.’ I’m just speaking real life.” – Yayo Brinks explained
‘Change’ contains a relatable narrative and ear-pleasing rap vocals. The likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with hip-hop and contemporary rap elements. Furthermore, “Change” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Yayo Brinks in the near future.
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