Now this is a throwback jam: 1997’s “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” was Puffy’s debut single. (I’d like to say he’s come a long way since then, but musically, he pretty much peaked there).
Remember how upset people got when Puffy sampled other artists’ music for his raps? These days people get upset about Diddy on Downton Abbey. Ah, the 90s… they were simpler times…
Wow. “Commas” might be the pinnacle of creative expression.
These guys, the L.E.P. Bogus Boys, need “commas after commas” – not bands on bands, apparently they’re only dealing electronically with their money. How responsible.
The chorus of “Commas” is a lot like the punctuational reaction I had to seeing that Mase was on this track, except that it was more like question mark after question mark.