When they loved the way we talked, walked, and everything in between?
They wrote songs about us and made playlists to express their love.
Remember when a man would sing the latest Jagged Edge track to you on the dance floor?
*cues "I'm Still In Love"
I may have been in my teenage years, but I know Ginuwine had me singing "Differences" to somebody during homeroom.
When men were proposing in videos? (Hey Young B!)
I'm sorry, but I have absolutely no desire to fall in love with a man singing "Throw Some Mo"
"Can We Talk?"
Is it our fault that songs like that have disappeared? Or is it the fault of the young talent we listen to today?
Let me break this down...
Was it our fault when we started breaking it down when we heard the
"Cash Money Taking Over The 99"
When did things shift so significantly? When did it become so acceptable, or is it all the same now?
I swoon when I hear a 90's track; If you play Al Green, I’ll probably melt like puddy in your hands.
Maybe it’s because singers in the 90s spoke about it more discretely?
Now? Not so much.
Make's you wonder:
Who's at fault? The generation that listens to it, or the artists who create it?