There’s dependably a path held for retro-tinted old maids like Lizzo on the scene. In any case, don’t let the retro-fitted tropes trick you into intuition Lizzo is simply a curiosity demonstration. On the off chance that you’ve heard the impact of Prince sput up in her music, that is on the grounds that she also hails from Minneapolis, the rearing ground for Funk in the NorthEast.
“Minny” wasn’t touted a crazy minefield before Prince left his stamp. Subsequent to setting neighborhood club circuit on fire – Prince took his borderless vision to new skylines, leaving dregs on the ground for future ages to dissect.
In her music video for “Juice,” Lizzo evokes pictures of old – explicitly those worried about protecting the astounding minefield in “Minny” for a considerable length of time to come. The Quinn Wilson-coordinated video is reasonably revolved around a 80s wellness video. Lizzo shuts the video and tune by making that big appearance with swan-tune harmonists in coordinating outfits. Acquaint yourself quick, “Juice” is going to blow.
No, I’m not a snack at all
Look, baby, I’m the whole damn meal
Baby, you ain’t bein’ slick
Don’t dare try to cop a feel
The juice ain’t worth the squeeze
If the juice don’t look like this
Hold up, n***a, please
Don’t make me have to take your bitch.