Hoodrich Pablo Juan is kicking a few contradictory messages, but who isn't? History precedes itself when it comes to traphouse imagery. On "I Like Freaks," Pablo Juan re-imagines this storybook scene with himself in the lead position. It all begins as his fictional self is woken up by the smell pancake batter on the stove.
The image of Pablo's shorty getting an early start on breakfast is limited to the one line, yes. But it is based in a tradition of "traphouse" storyteller, making it all the more palpable for the listener to fill in the blanks.
After Pablo veers into something less sensory-driven than the scent of pancakes cooking, the listener pauses to imagine his or herself in a similar position reaching across the mattress but coming up empty. Before following his nose to the kitchen, Pablo would have certainly mirrored the effects of a classic "traphouse" scenario - as depicted in countless music videos. We've seen it played out a thousand times.
Before Fetty Wap made it an institution in the form of 2015's "Trap Anthem," the wake-up routine as depicted by Pablo Juan stands up to the Marlboro Man in terms of its overall significance. Laugh now but one day they'll be spitting this mantra verbatim - it's as simple as "behind every successful trapper is a warm plate of breakfast." Check out Pablo's BLO: The Movie, you won't be disappointed.
I got me a freaky ho and she work at Blue Flame
I turn her 'round and fuck her from the back, that my boo thang
She just love to fuck somethin', I love when she give me brain
When I stick it in her deep, it look like she in pain.