When you name a song “Fat Belly,” there’s obviously not some deeper meaning to decipher or literary metaphor to unravel: Homeboy Sandman is a fan of food and he’s going to write a damn rap song about it. So there.
We all have some weird relationship with food: We eat too much of it, not enough of it or post pictures of it to Facebook. When there’s so much anxiety about what we’re eating (“recent studies show that … “) and what it means for our image, I love that Homeboy Sandman can just celebrate food for what it is, free of all the guilt.
There’s some great, feel-good one-liners in here with a little clever wordplay: “If you’ve ever seen me turn down pasta / I promise you it wasn’t me it was an impostor.”
“Fat Belly” is part of the White Sands EP, with beats by the London-based producer Paul White. Dig it, on Stones Throw.
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Good job from Homeboy Sandman!
Bit late to this Stuart. https://context.reverso.net/ I didn’t get all my Euro tickets as was in different bookings and my mate thought the souvenir covered all your bookings for the tournament. He was led on knockout games and didn’t tick the box. Anyway I got spare Croatia, Czech, Scotland. But missing the rest 🙁
manuscripts attributed to Robins