-Topic's New Songs About P___y Spells It All Out

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Dallas emcee and producer -topic definitely perked my ears with his latest 12-song project, Songs About P___y (no relation to Big Black's Songs About Fucking), explained on his Bandcamp page as "a collection of the personal, emotion-related struggles of men, my perception and thoughts on the man/woman relations."

It's a slow jam album, dropped especially for Valentine's Day, and on single "Come Down," he says he likes that "natural look" on a woman. In fact, despite its title, the whole album is rather reverent.

"It's not quite an album, it's really more of an experimental project," he says. "It was never supposed to be a serious venture, but I ended up making some pretty nice beats and I didn't want to waste them.

"I decided to go with the womanizing aspect due to the fact that are every few real gentlemen -- men who actually know how to treat a woman -- in the times we live in. Realistically, every man has contemplated doing (or has done) something disapproving as far as relations are concerned, including me. With Valentine's day right around the corner, I thought to myself, 'Why not?'"

Catch -topic next Wednesday, February 22, at 2826 Arnetic.

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