10 Bizarre Storytelling Rap Songs

Akinyele "No Exit" (1993)

Album: Vagina Diner
Label:  
Interscope/Atlantic
Producer: Large ProfessorAh, 1993, the year that Haddaway sang the immortal lines, "What is love? Baby don't hurt me." What a coincidence, it was the same year Akinyele spoke in detail about beating up his girlfriend, should she ever want to leave him. But let's be clear, it's not without reason: He fell head over heels for this girl, he bought her fresh gear, they watched porn together. Somehow, she just wasn't feeling it.

Not even when he would whisper sweet nothings in her ear, like, "It's ain't over til I say it's over, miss," and "So you can talk that fast slang dialect, but I got a TEC to keep you in check." Oh, right, and "Girl, I have to bag ya and fall on your head like Niagra/Shit, you're bound to catch it, once I start flexing/Ayo bum bitch there ain't no exit." Makes you wonder what to get them for their 20th anniversary...flowers? People love flowers.

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