"Ass & Titties" as written by and Craig Deshawn Adams....

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"Ass-N-Titties" as written by Craig Adams

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    General CommentThis is probably Dj Assault's most intimate and personal recording to date. You can tell he really took care in crafting his lyrics to give the listener a window into his world, nay, his very soul.
    In "Ass-N-Titties 2001" he shares with the listener the stark tale of a man who can no longer be satiated by one derriere and one set of breasts, but simply must have two. As brilliantly illustrated by the following lyrics:

    Ass,
    Titties.
    TWO asses, FOUR titties.
    Ass,
    Ass,
    Titties,
    Titties,
    Ass and Titties.


    For most artists, just that would be enough. But Assault somehow manages to give us another timeless gem on this record. In "Weave Pulled Out" he issues a stern warning to all the hoes out there who choose not to recognize. He is like a man possessed, swallowed up by the tide of his own anger as he implores them:

    Weave,
    Pulled out.
    Weave,
    Pulled out.
    Weave pulled out,
    Get that weave pulled out.
    Stakkeron August 16, 2006   Link
  • +3
    General CommentThe last verse of this song also explores Assaults legendary struggle with hygenic OCD.
    Wrapidon May 01, 2007   Link
  • +3
    General CommentWithin the constraints of a vacuous society, DJ Assault struggles to assuage the dissonance he feels concerning his hedonistic ways. Will he open an existential eye on his world, or become lost within a cultural wasteland?

    This timeless work is a gripping, intimate glimpse into one man's journey to self-actualization.
    Notioniston January 05, 2008   Link
  • -2
    General Commentgreat circle jerk guys!
    BURNpianoISLANDon March 07, 2010   Link

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