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WEstcoasT Artist Bambu!

This song is dedicated to men
who call women Queens when
it is convenient and treat them like
a Bit*h when they are with their
homies in the streets.
"Queen" is becoming a watered
down concept. Mean what you say
and say what you mean.
Respect. The women in this video
are role models in the Los Angeles
community. So honored they chose
me to be part of it. Enjoy! :)

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  1. yay! luv the cameo :) OMG! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!!!! this is something i have been saying for years. being a child of the hip hop era, i was a witness/recipient of this hypocrisy. so-called conscious men talking out the side of their mouths and abusing that word queen. and now being a part of the queer community i see the same thing unfortunately. so-called conscious women proclaiming that they adore their sista queens and then doing them dirty. my favorite line of Bambu's song is "new patriarchy in a conscious song" so true.

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