Stefflon Don borrows Nas' flamboyance on this warmup that surfaced shortly before Secure went to press on Friday. The Oochy Wally catchline never really crystallized, because its purveyor understood its sexual undercurrent, from the start. The ideal mixture of sexual indulgence and lyricism can't be fulfilled without a little restraint.
When J Cole bragged that he would put a foot in his lover's pouch, and his kids on her couch, we were both startled and overstimulated. Shouldn't the most graphic scenery come to life over a wordless exchange, or a simple nod? I rest my case. Stefflon Don unlike Cole exudes both charisma and sexual indulgence. In fact, she implies both in a X-Y scheme, the "Oochie Wally" is your chance to see what components she left out, by virtue of spending all her album resources so early in the game.
The freestyle session comes equipped with a visual component. Stefflon posts up in her 'yard, bossing up next police officers. The dominant culture in England, represented by police officers and lawmakers making a deplorable effort to understand the UK hip hop community on its own terms. The video ends with Stefflon leading a chorus of fans in the singing of her songs.
Own my own masters no stopping me
It must be the money
Because it ain't your dick
Stacking money like a real don
And I'm piff