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Princess Nokia "A Girl Cried Red" Speaks To Your Teenage Self

Devin Ch
April 14, 2018 10:37
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A Girl Cried Red

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"State to state, back to back, all the time."


Princess Nokia has been doing a lot to empower adolescent women by alerting them to their complex nature. Nokia's "A Girl In Red" is very much a nod to an eclectic part of her teenage past. The constant fluctuation of feminine models presented by Nokia is done to manifest a circle of friendship or solidarity among her fans, and women as a whole.

A Girl In Red takes us down the spindly road of teenage disfiguration, giving credence to teenage emotions, some of which are far too often described as angsty or tetchy in manner. A Girl In Red follows the critically acclaimed 1992 Deluxe, in startling contrast. Whereas 1992 presented her more extroverted self. Although Nokia draws inspiration from emo bands like Paramore and singer-songwriter Elliott Smith on this record, A Girl In Red is still uniformly 'hip hop.'

1. Flowers and Rope
2. Your Eyes Are Bleeding
3. For The Night
4. Look Up Kid
5. Interlude
6. Morphine
7. At The Top
8. Little Angel

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