Statik Selektah and Joey Bada$$ collaborated on “She’s So Perfect In Her Own Little World.” Both rap artists rapped about the song’s subject: a perfect little girl. It was later released as a single. It is the fourth single by the two. Listen to the lyrics below to learn more about the song and its meaning.
“She’s So Perfect In Her Own Little World” is a song sung by Joey Bada$$. It was written by Joey Bada$$ and Statik Selektah. Originally titled “Love Is Just a Feeling”, the song was released on July 5, 2017.
The track samples HOMESHAKE’s “Love is Only a Feeling” and features Joey raving about a girl, which contrasts with the song’s title. Joey’s new single has been certified gold by the RIAA. He will be releasing a mixtape soon, and this is bound to be a hit. The rap phenom is a rising star on the rise.
“Statik Selektah is just perfect in her own little world,” are the lyrics of the latest single from Start 2 Finish, which features Nas and Joey Bada$$. The beat and psychedelic post-boom bap production is hypnotic, while Paul Wall and Termanology’s bars are just as captivating. “Statik Selektah is so perfect in her own little world,” are just a few of the songs on the album.
The album’s opening track, “Pretty,” features an intense beat and a lyrical duality with Brooklyn-native Joey Bada$$. The second track, “Carry On,” features a hard snare hit, a trick that signifies underground-style beats. Statik Selektah uses this trick often throughout What Goes Around. Though it may be an attempt to mimic hip hop’s Golden Age, What Goes Around is still an enjoyable listen.
The song was originally titled “Love is Just a Feeling” and was released on July 5, 2017. The lyrics of “She’s So Perfect in Her Own Little World” were revised within 1 day of its original release. This single is a fusion of two of hip hop’s most cherished artists. It has become an instant hit in the Hip-Hop scene.
“Statik Selektah is just perfect in her own little world” is a lyrical masterpiece. The artist has mastered the art of delivering timeless boom bap. Kota The Friend’s fifth studio album, “To Kill A Sunrise,” features the legendary production of Statik Selektah. She has the ability to convey the highest quality of boom bap and evoke the ’90s golden era of hip-hop. And it’s all a perfect fit.