Baby Huey Raps About Sex and WomenTuesday, January 23, 2007 By Amy Eichel
Baby Huey’s “Pop, Lock, & Drop It” raps about dancing with a girl in a club. I believe that the actual rhythm of the music is good, however, the only good thing about the lyrics is that they rhyme, which isn’t too hard when you add an “A” to the end of every word. The chorus to “Pop, Lock, & Drop It” is: “Toot that thang up mami make it roll/ Once you pop pop lock for me girl get low/ If yo mama gave it to you baby girl let it show/ Once you pop lock drop it for me maybe we can roll (oh)” After that, women begin to chant “pop, lock, and drop it” eight times. The chorus is repetitive, and the overall song lacks an important message. If you also believe that the rhythm is something you’d rather listen to than the lyrics, there is an instrumental version, but that defeats the whole purpose of a rap album in my mind. The album is rated parental advisory. I rate this album 1.5 wolf heads out of 5.