Birdman may be the sore thumb in the troika with Jacquees and Neno Calvin, but that suits him just fine. The Rich Gang was implemented in his image, don't you forget. "GWSC" is the rare song that arrives without little fanfare that takes you by storm. For all it's inconsistencies (Lost at Sea 2), "GSWC" strikes me as a misplaced record, strong enough to evade criticism. Neno Calvin's bridgework frees up space for Jacquees to convey his nonchalance towards romance.
If ever you needed a specimen in a case study of R&B evolution, look no further than Jacquees; the Gods upstairs are bitter over his nonchalance, but also the effortless manner with which he exerts his talent, like a rich heir who never worked a day in his or her life. But of course, Jacquees wasn't simply given his "talents" free-of-charge. Free-flowing "sexy conversation," the likes of which Jacquees refers to on "GWSC," doesn't come easy, not without a firm grip of the steering mechanism.
What do you make of "GSW?"
Hit us with your thoughts.
Roll us some weed for the "me time"
Hope you put pack 'cause I need mine
Fuckin' with you but she still mine
Feelings got us losing focus.