Between The Lines: Obie Trice Breaks Down "Good Girls" Lyrics

Posted by , Jul 3, 2015 at 01:37pm

Obie Trice takes HNHH through "Good Girls" bar-by-bar.


After checking in with King Los  on his dense "Black Blood" record, our second installment of Between The Lines brings us to Obie Trice's feel-good party track, "Good Girls," which despite being built for the club, is similarly wordy. 

Full of multi-syllabic rhymes and some hilarious punchlines, Obie takes us through bar-by-bar, telling us all about the "bae-dar" (kinda like gay-dar, but for potential mates), handling your business with a woman in the first 48, the Detroit roots embedded in his rhymes, and the ultimate goal in music-- the Grammys.

If you haven't checked out the song, make sure to watch the lyric video below.

Obie Trice takes HNHH through "Good Girls" bar-by-bar.

After checking in with King Los  on his dense "Black Blood" record, our second installment of Between The Lines brings us to Obie Trice's feel-good party track, "Good Girls," which despite being built for the club, is similarly wordy. 

Full of multi-syllabic rhymes and some hilarious punchlines, Obie takes us through bar-by-bar, telling us all about the "bae-dar" (kinda like gay-dar, but for potential mates), handling your business with a woman in the first 48, the Detroit roots embedded in his rhymes, and the ultimate goal in music-- the Grammys.

If you haven't checked out the song, make sure to watch the lyric video below.

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