A soulful refrain on a $uicideboy$ track, nope you heard wrong. "Carrollton" is the latest offering from the cousin duo springing from Nolia's Seventh Ward, and its as cumbersome as you've come to expect from the Juicy J frequenters, for whom he grants a seal of approval right at the onset.
"Carrollton," the 12th of 15 tracks on I Want To Die In New Orleans, is the group's bleak exposition on "rudderless misdirection." Ruby and Lil Cut Throat have reached a consensus where living on the margins of social acceptability suits them just fine. The message on "Carrollton" is a part of a well-aimed contingency to connect with Society's outliers. I should preface that "connect" is a term imbued with irony. The only thing idiomatic about lyrics like "slap my face against a pill to crush it up" is the non-compliance act you the listener wrote into the script.
Ruby Da Cherry is ghouling with goblins
If you got a problem, then you better move
From the womb to the tomb
Busting out early, busting out soon
Black out the city, I'm back on the 30s
In 'bout 20 minutes we’ll be on the moon, uh
Drugs got me fucked up, sluts got me drugged up, fuck
Slap my face against a pill to crush it up
-Ruby Da Cherry